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Yamaha Zuma Maintenance

For clarity, I will be writing article under the assumption you have just purchased a new Zuma with 0 miles. The of your Yamaha Zuma can be done at your home, no special tools needed. problems that you would whilst owning your Zuma will occur due to of maintenance, irresponsible riding or a of the two.

After you drive new scooter home for the first you should first inspect the for any loose bolts or body Bolts and the body plastics loosen up over time and need to be tightened periodically to any aesthetic, mechanical, or durability Even though most don’t do it, the bolts should be once per week, whether the was ridden or not.

The second thing you should do you get the scooter home is to check the pressure. Tire pressure is a important aspect of a scooter many people over Your Zuma (excluding the 125) only has a 49cc engine. This engine climb hills, go on long and rapidly accelerate with loads. however, it should be into consideration that the of the scooter relies on tire just as much as it relies on the or transmission.

The optimal PSI (pounds per square for each tire is 29 psi. 29 psi is the that was given by the manufacturer and it be acknowledged. If you over inflate tires, you could be risking traction while cornering, on or while on wet surfaces. You could experience a blow-out. On the contrary, if you inflate the tires, you could a blow-out as well.

If you under inflate the tires, you most likely experience a in engine power and performance. You may 5 to 10 mph off of the top speed and suffer a slower Tire pressure should be every 3 to 4 days.

One should change the Zuma’s oil every 600 miles at the most. every 200 miles would not a noticeable result while every 500 miles would be than every 600. The oil should be changed every 500 to 600 regardless of how you drive the scooter.

the gear oil very important to the of the transmission and the transmission belt.

the front brake pads as Try to purchase pads that make a squealing noise they need to be changed. fluid should be added you change the brake pads.

Be consistent with the type of that you put in the scooter and also add motor oil to the engine oil tank 2 to 3 gas tank fill ups.

plugs should be examined at transmission oil change and replaced if a tip is present.

If you follow the above your scooter should for thousands of miles and many

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