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MANUAL XC125 4P9-F8199-E0.


Welcome to the Yamaha world of As the owner of the CYGNUS X, you are benefiting Yamaha#x2019;s vast experience and technology regarding the design and of high-quality products, which earned Yamaha a reputation for

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This manual be considered a permanent part of scooter and should remain it even if the scooter is sub- sold. Yamaha continually advancements in product design and Therefore, while this contains the most current information available at the time of there may be minor discrepancies your scooter and this

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IMPORTANT MANUAL EAUT1390 CYGNUS X OWNER#x2019;S #xA9;2006 by Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd. 1st edition, September All rights reserved.

Any reprinting or use without the written permission of Motor Taiwan Co. Ltd. is prohibited.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS SAFETY 1-1 OPERATION AND IMPORTANT Checking the brake fluid Further points. 1-4 RIDING POINTS. 5-1 6-18 Starting the engine.

5-1 the brake fluid. 6-19 2-1 Starting off. 5-2 Checking and the Left view. 2-1 Acceleration and

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Page 8: Safety

SAFETY INFORMATION EAU10261 Many accidents involve enced operators. In fact, op- SCOOTERS ARE SINGLE TRACK riding erators who have involved in VEHICLES.

THEIR USE AND Always make pre-operation do not even have a cur- DEPENDENT checks.

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INFORMATION Always signal turning or ries. The use of a safety is the approved by Yamaha, or the removal of lanes. Make sure single most critical in the preven- original equipment, may the other motorists can see you.


Gasoline and exhaust gas this Since Yamaha cannot should be kept to a minimum. IS HIGHLY FLAMMA- all other that may be avail-.

Page 11: Safe-riding Points

SAFETY Take care not to spill any sene heater, or near an EAU10371 Further safe-riding line on the engine or exhaust otherwise it could catch Be to signal clearly when when refueling. fire. turns.

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SAFETY Apply the brakes slowly stopping on a wet surface. Slow as you approach a cor- ner or turn. you have com- pleted a accelerate slowly. Be careful passing parked cars.

A might not see you and open a door in path.

Page 14: Description, View

DESCRIPTION EAU10410 view 1. Fuel tank cap 3-7) 2. Rear storage (page 3-10) 3. Rear signal light (page 4. Tail/brake light (page 5. Kickstarter (page 3-9) 6. Air (page 6-12)

Page 15: Right View

EAU10420 Right view 1. (page 6-22) 2. Front signal light (page 3. Auxiliary light bulb 6-27) 4. Headlight (page 5. Centerstand (page 6-20)

16: Controls And Instruments

DESCRIPTION Controls and instruments 1. Rear lever (page 3-7) 2. handlebar switches (page 3. Speedometer (page 3-3) 4. display (page 3-3) 5. brake lever (page 6. Right handlebar switch 3-5) 7. Main switch 3-1)

Page 17: Instrument And Functions, Main Switch

AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS EAUU0061 the engine is started and stays on the Main switch until the key is to #x201C;OFF#x201D; or the 2. Push the key in from the po- sidestand is moved down. and then turn it to #x201C;LOCK#x201D; still pushing it.

Page 18: Cover, Indicator And Warning

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS that the vehicle is stopped be- EAU11003 Keyhole cover and warning lights fore the key to #x201C;OFF#x201D; or #x201C;LOCK#x201D;. RESET ZAUM00** ZAUM00** 1. Keyhole lever 1. High beam light #x201C; #x201D;.

19: Speedometer, Multi-function Display

If the warning light does not on for a few seconds, then go off, RESET ZAUM00** a Yamaha check the electrical circuit. 1. SELECT The speedometer shows the speed.

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If the odometer #x201C;——#x201D;, have a and #x201C;ODO#x201D; be displayed. an oil change indicator Yamaha dealer check the flashes when the engine oil tion display, as it may be faulty. be

Page 21: Handlebar Switches

The meter indicates the amount of If the oil tripmeter indicates fuel in the tank. The display seg- #x201C;——#x201D;, have a Yamaha ments of the fuel meter to- check the multi-function display, #x201C;E#x201D; (Empty) as the fuel as it may be faulty.

Page 22: Front Lever

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL Right EAU12500 EAU12900 switch #x201C; #x201D; brake lever Press switch to sound the horn. Start switch #x201C; With the sidestand up, push switch while applying the or rear brake to crank the with the starter.

Page 23: Brake Lever, Fuel Cap

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS EAU13071 less the key is in the lock. In Rear brake lever tank cap the key cannot be removed if the cap is not closed and locked. To open the tank cap EWA11090 Open the tank cap lock cover, in-

Page 24: Fuel

Do not overfill the tank, oth- as well as to the system. erwise it may overflow the Your Yamaha engine has de- fuel warms up and expands. to use regular unleaded gaso- spilling fuel on the hot en- line a research octane number of

Page 25: Catalytic Converter, Seat

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS EAU13680 EAUT1502 Catalytic Kickstarter Seat This is equipped with catalytic in the exhaust system. To open the 1. Place the scooter on the center- WARNING stand. The exhaust is hot after op- 2.

Page 26: Storage

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS To the seat EAUT1711 Rear compartment Storage compartments 1. the seat down, and then it down to lock it in place. storage compartment 2. Remove the key the main switch if the scooter be left un- attended.

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Therefore, check this regularly as described EWAT1050 and have a Yamaha dealer re- ZAUM00** pair it if it does not proper- Do not exceed the load of 1.

Page 28: Sidestand Switch Check

The engine will the during this in- start. If a malfunction is noted, have a Put the down. Yamaha dealer the sys- tem before riding.

If the stalls: The sidestand switch is OK.

Page 29: Pre-operation Checks

CHECKS EAU15591 The condition of a is the owner#x2019;s responsibility. Vital can start to deteriorate quickly and even if the vehicle remains (for example, as a result of to the elements). Any damage, fluid or loss of tire air pressure have serious consequences.

30: Pre-operation Check List

sure that operation is Check cable free Throttle grip 6-14, If necessary, have Yamaha adjust cable free and lubricate cable and grip Check for damage. Check condition and tread depth.

and tires 6-14, 6-16 air pressure.

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Make that all nuts, bolts and are properly tightened. Chassis #x2014; Tighten if necessary. lights, signals Check #x2014; and switches Correct if

Check operation of ignition cut-off system. Sidestand 3-11 If system is defective, Yamaha dealer check

Page 32: Operation And Important Points, Starting The Engine

The engine trouble warning should come on for a few seconds, go off. If the warning light not go off, have a Yamaha check the electrical circuit. 2. the throttle completely.

Page 33: Off, Acceleration And Deceleration,

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING EAU16760 EAU16780 EAU16791 off Acceleration and deceleration Braking 1. the throttle completely. NOTE: 2. both front and rear Before starting off, the engine to simultaneously while in- warm up. creasing the pressure.

34: Consumption, Engine Break-in

If any trouble should occur every hour of operation, the during the engine break-in engine, and then let it cool for to ten immediately have a Yamaha minutes. check the vehicle. the engine speed from to time.

Page 35: Parking

AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS Parking When parking, the engine, and then remove the key the main switch. EWA10310 Since the engine and exhaust can become very hot, in a place where pedestri- ans or are not likely to touch them.

Page 36: Periodic Maintenance And Repair, Owner’s Tool Kit

safest and most efficient pos- sult a Yamaha for proper sible. The most points of in- maintenance intervals. adjustment, and lubrication are explained on the pages.

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PERIODIC AND MINOR REPAIR a Yamaha perform it for you. EWA10350 Modifications approved Yamaha may loss of perfor- mance and the vehicle un- safe for use. a Yamaha dealer before any chang-.

Page 38: Periodic And Lubrication Chart

The annual must be performed every except if a kilometer-based maintenance is in- stead. From 30000 km, the maintenance intervals starting 6000 km. Items marked an asterisk should be performed by a dealer as they require tools, data and technical ODOMETER READING (#xD7; km)

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR ODOMETER READING 1000 km) ANNUAL ITEM OR MAINTENANCE JOB CHECK Check depth and for damage. Replace if #x221A; #x221A; #x221A; #x221A; 10 * Tires Check air Correct if necessary. #x221A;.


PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR ODOMETER READING (#xD7; km) ANNUAL ITEM CHECK OR JOB CHECK Check the air cut-off reed valve, and hose for #x221A; #x221A; #x221A; 26 * Air induction system damage. any damaged parts if necessary. signals and Check operation.

41: Removing And Installing Panels

MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR panel off. Removing and panels 2#x2715;(2) The panels need to be removed to perform of the maintenance 2#x2715;(8) jobs in this chapter. Refer to section each time a needs to be removed and installed.

42: Checking The Spark Plug

MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR Checking the spark plug The spark plug is an important component, which is easy to Since heat and deposits cause any spark plug to erode, the spark plug be removed and checked in accordance the periodic mainte- nance and chart.

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ZAUM00** Do not attempt to diagnose such 1. plug gap problems yourself. have a Yamaha dealer the vehicle. Spark plug 0.7#x2013;0.8 mm (0.028#x2013;0.031 in) 2. Check the plug for electrode erosion and carbon or 2.

Page 44: Engine Oil And Oil

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR EAUT1351 into the oil filler (without To change the engine oil and Engine oil and oil strainer screwing it and then remove it the oil strainer The oil level should be checked to check the oil level.

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MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR and engine oil drain bolts, and then tighten the drain to Be sure no foreign material en- the torque. ters the crankcase. 8. the engine, and then let it idle torque: for several minutes checking Engine oil drain A.

Page 46: Final Transmission Oil

If any is found, have a Recommended transmission Yamaha dealer and repair the oil: scooter. In the final transmis- See page sion oil must be changed as at.

Page 47: Elements

PERIODIC AND MINOR REPAIR EAUT1843 and replace it if neces- 2(#x2715;6) Air and V-belt case air sary. elements 5. Insert the air filter into the The air filter and V-belt air filter el- air filter case. should be cleaned at the inter- CAUTION.

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Use only a parts cleaning solvent. To the risk of fire or Recommended explosion, do not use gasoline or Yamaha air filter oil or other solvents a low flash point. quality air filter oil ECA10520 CAUTION: 5.

49: Checking The Throttle Cable Play, Valve Clearance,

3.0#x2013;5.0 mm (0.12#x2013;0.20 in) at the from the valve clearance specified throttle grip. Periodically the must be adjusted by a Yamaha throttle cable free and, if neces- at the intervals in the periodic Tire air pressure have a Yamaha dealer it.

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Do not carry along glass fragments in it, or if the sidewall is kg (0#x2013;198 lb): packed which can shift cracked, a Yamaha dealer re- Front: 175 kPa (25 (1.75 kgf/cm during a place the tire immediately.

51: Cast Wheels, Play

If any is The replacement of all wheel found, a Yamaha dealer re- and brake parts, includ- place the Do not attempt ing the tires, should be to a.

Page 52: Rear Brake

To check the brake pad wear, the wear limit line, a Yamaha the wear indicator If a brake dealer replace the shoes as a.

Page 53: Level

these precautions: ually go However, if the When checking the level, brake fluid goes down sud- sure that the top of the mas- have a Yamaha dealer

Page 54: Changing The Brake Checking And Lubricating The Cables

EAU23100 Changing the brake Checking and lubricating the Have a dealer change the cables fluid at the intervals specified in The of all control cables and the NOTE the periodic mainte- the condition of the should be nance and lubrication

Page 55: Checking And Lubricating The Grip And Cable, Levers

lubricant: EWA10740 Lithium-soap-based (all-pur- WARNING pose If the centerstand or sidestand does not up and down smoothly, have a dealer check or re- pair it. lubricant: Lithium-soap-based grease pose grease) 6-20.

Page 56: Checking The Front Checking The Steering

Check the tubes for scratches, fork not operate smoothly, Securely the vehicle so that damage and oil leakage. have a Yamaha check or re- there is no danger of it over. pair it. To check the 2.

Page 57: Checking The Wheel Battery

If there is play in the hub or if the wheel does not turn have a Yamaha dealer the wheel bearings. ZAUM00** 1.

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To charge a sealed-type To charge the battery battery, a (constant-volt- Have a Yamaha charge the bat- age) charger is required. tery as as possible if it seems to Using a battery have discharged.

59: Replacing The Fuses

PERIODIC AND MINOR REPAIR EAUT1914 the fuses Specified fuses: fuse: The main fuse box is above the 20.0 A battery. fuse: 15.0 A Signaling fuse: 15.0 A Ignition 7.5 A Backup fuse: ZAUM00** 7.5 A fuse: 1.

Page 60: Replacing The Bulb

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND REPAIR 4. If the fuse immediately EAUT2130 Replacing the headlight again, have a Yamaha This model is equipped a quartz check the electrical bulb headlight. If the headlight burns out, replace it as

Page 61: Bulb

6. Install the (together with the ECA10670 bulb) by turning it clockwise. 6. the headlight bulb cover, It is to have a Yamaha 7. Install the and then connect the coupler. perform this job. 7. the panel.

Page 62: Replacing The Light Bulb Or A Rear Signal Light Bulb

MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR screws. EAUT1962 Replacing the light Replacing an auxiliary bulb or a rear turn light bulb Rear signal light bulb 1. Remove the tail/brake light by removing the screws. 2.

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However, should your re- quire any repair, take it to a dealer, whose skilled have the necessary tools, and know-how to service the scooter erly.

Page 64: Troubleshooting

Remove the spark plug and the electrodes. The engine does not Have a Yamaha dealer the vehicle. Check the battery. 4. The engine turns over The is good.

Page 65: Scooter And Storage, Matte Color Care

Be Rust and corrosion can even if ECA10780 CAUTION: to consult a Yamaha dealer for components are used. A advice on products to use be- rusty exhaust may go unnoticed Avoid using acidic wheel fore the vehicle.

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SCOOTER AND STORAGE thinner, fuel rust re- After normal use movers or inhibitors, brake Remove dirt with water, a mild 2. Apply a protection spray id, antifreeze or detergent, and a soft, clean on all metal, including chrome- and Do not use wash- and then rinse with clean.

Page 67: Storage

#x201C;Care#x201D; of this chapter. away the 2. Fill up the fuel tank and add stabilizer (if available) to prevent the fuel tank from and the Consult a Yamaha dealer for on.

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SCOOTER CARE AND fuel from deteriorating. points of all levers and 3. Perform the steps to pro- pedals as as of the sidestand/ tect the cylinder, rings, etc. centerstand. corrosion. 5. Check and, if correct a.

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SPECIFICATIONS Lubrication system: Fuel capacity: Wet sump 7.4 L (1.96 US (1.63 Imp.gal) Engine Fuel injector: Dimensions: Manufacturer: Overall length: AISAN 1855 mm (73.0 in) Overall width: -20 -10 10 20 30 40 50 #x2DA;C 01 / 1 685 mm (27.0 in) Spark plug

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SPECIFICATIONS Trail: Rear suspension: 90.0 mm in) 225 kPa (33 psi) (2.25 kgf/cm Front tire: Front Unit swing Type: type: Spring/shock absorber Tubeless Cast wheel spring/oil damper Size: Rim Wheel travel: 110/70-12 47L J12 X 95.5 mm (3.76 in) Manufacturer/model.


SPECIFICATIONS Meter lighting: LED x 2 beam indicator light: LED x 1 signal indicator light: LED x 1 Main fuse: 20.0 A fuse: 15.0 A Taillight 7.5 A Signaling system fuse: A Ignition fuse: 7.5 A Backup 7.5 A.

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Record the key identification vehicle identification number and el label information in the spaces vided below for assistance ordering spare parts a Yamaha dealer or for reference in the vehi- cle is stolen. KEY IDENTIFICATION

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1. Model label The label is affixed to the inside of the compartment. (See page Record the information on this in the space provided. This in- will be needed when spare parts from a dealer.

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INDEX 3-3 Starting off. 5-2 Acceleration and 5-2 Handlebar switches. 3-5 Starting the 5-1 Air filter and V-belt case air Headlight bulb, replacing. Start switch. 3-6 elements. High beam indicator 3-2 Steering, checking.

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