manual de mantenimiento e instrucciones

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Manual: Brief introduction

The full name of ATV is All-Terrain vehicles.200(EC)ATV is newlymanufactured by our

industries (group) cO.,Ltd ..

200(EC)ATV embodies the experience and essence of world motorcycletechnology. It adpots

single-cylinder four-stroke air -cooled engine newly developed by ourcompany,and employs

the devices ofcarburetor carburetor, wet automatic centrifugal clutch, five-speed shifting, through

driving, reversedriving hand pulled recoil starter and electric-starter in combination, CDIelectric

19nition,pressuresplash lubrication system, etc, which are good in performance. This ATV isnovel

and bright indesign, having moved, streamlined model and luxury decorationdesign, And it meet

the nationalstandard in noise anddirt drainage ,especially it embodiesthe great power, reliability,

endurance, beingan ideal transportation facility for ATV funs.

The correct operation andmaintenance are the prerequisites at your safety riding of the

ATV,and also can reduce the fault of the ATV and keep its bestperformance. So please read

thismanual! to understand its basic operation, repair and maintenance methods .Theinformation contained herein all relates to the ATV of the current design andis subject to changes by

our company according to the demands of market and users without notice.if you have any

questions.Please consult with our motorcycle dealer .We are welcome foryou precious advice

and suggestions. Our company has established many service centers(stations, points),with specially

·trained technical personnel In operation and maintenance ,pleasecontact with our motorcycle dealer and service center(stations, points).Ourcompany consistently adheres to the

principle of quality first, users upmost, reputation foremost andbe ready to provide youwith high quality service.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR OPERATION

WARNING Injun; or death could be result from failure to follow WARNING instructionswhen you are operating inspecting or repairing the ATV.

CAUTION A CAUTION indicates special precautions that must be taken toavoid

damage to the ATV.

NOTE A NOTE provides information can make your operation in the ATVeasier

or clearer.

Content

Safetyinformation ......................................... 1

Descriptionand machine identification ..........  1

Control functions ........... ....... 3

Mainswitch ........ ........... . ....... 3

Indicatorlights ............... .. ........ 3

Handlebarswitches..... . ........... 3

Start switches ...... ........................... 3

Lightswitches. . . .............. ,, 4

Throttlelever . ............ . .....................4

Speedlimiter ................................................ 5

Front brake lever .. ,,,...... . .. 5

Rear brake pedal and lever ........................... 5

Parking brake .. .................. . 6

Shiftpedal ......... .. ... 7

Drive select lever ... ...............7

Recoil starter................. ............. 7

Fueltank cap .... ............. 7

Fuel cock ................ 8

Seat............. ................. 8

Storagebox. ..........  9

Front carrier .. .............. .9

Rearcarrier ............ .. ..................9

Rearshock absorber .......... . .9

Spring preload adjustment ...... ............ 9

Pre-operationcheckes ... ............. 10

Frontand rear brakes.. ............. 10

Fuel ............ .......................... 11

Engineoil. ................. ..........  ..... 11

Lubrication oil of gear case .... .. . ............ 11

Throttle lever .. .............. ............... 11

Fittings and Fasteners .. ................ 12

Lights.......... ....... ..........  12

Switches.... ............ 12

Battery..........12

Tires... ..........12

Howto measure tire pressure ... ..........  12

Tire wear limit ........... 13

Operation..... ..................................14

Startingan engine .... ..................................... 14

Startinga cold engine ................................... 14

Startinga warm engine ..........  .............14

Prewarming..... ........................ 14

Drive Select lever operation

andreverse driving........................................ 15

Shifting . ............. 15

Tostart out and accelerate ........... ............. 16

To decelerate ........... 16

Enginebreak-in .. ............ 16

Accessories.................. , 17

Loading... ............... 17

Ridewith care ............... 18

Speedlimit valve .............. 19

Exhaustsilencer ..... ...................... 19

Turning.......... .......... 20

Climbingslope.......... .......... 21

Ridingdownhill .......... ..........  22

Crossing depression ............ 22

Crossingthrough shallow water ..........  22

Ridingover rough terrain .......... ..........  23

Slipping.......... ............ 23

Periodicmaintenance and adjustment .......... ..........  24

Operationmanual and tool kit .......... 24

Periodicmaintenance / Lubrication ...... ..............,25

Engine oil .............. ....... .............. 27

Lubricationoil of gear case ................ 29

Replaceof lubrication oil of gear case.............. 29

Sparkplug inspection .............. .......................... 30

Airfilter cleaning ....... ..............31

Carburetoradjustment ...... ................. 32

Idlespeed adjustment .... ...............32

Valveclearance adjustment ..............32

Throttle lever adjustment .... ............... 32

Frontand rear brake shoe inspection................ 33

Front brake lever free play adjustment ................ 33

Rearbrake adjustment .... ..............34

Clutchadjustment ..... ..............36

Cable inspection and lubrication..............36

Brake and shift pedal / brake lever lubrication

Steering vertical tube lubrication ..................36

Wheel removal .... .............. ..............36

Wheel installation . .............. .............. 37

Fuse replacement ... .............. ................ 38

Replacing the headlight bulb .. ..............38

Spark arrester cleaning .. .............. 39

Cleaningand storage .. ............................40

Cleaning. .............. .............. 40

Storage,.. .............. ..............41

Main data and specification.............. ................. 42

Maintenance record.............. ............... 44

Electric wiring diagram . ................ 45

SAFETY INFORMATION

This operation manual includes important

safety and maintenance information. When re-selling the ATV TO THE NEXT BUYER, the

operation manual should be passed on together

with it because the next useralso need

the manual .Please read the manual carefully

before driving the new .If failed to conform

the requirements described in the manual, lt

will be easy to cause injuries and deaths.

WARNING

• Read this manual carefully and follow

the operating procedures and methods described

in this manual.

• Never operate an ATV without proper

training or instruction .

• A child under 16 years old should never

operate an ATV, Never allow drive of an ATV

by an individual person if he or she does not

have the abilities to operate it safely .

• Always avoid driving an ATV on any

paved surfaces, including sidewalks,

driveways, parking lots and streets .

• Never operate an ATV in any public

street, road Or highway, even a dirt or gravel

one.

Never drive an ATVwithout wearing an

approved motorcycle helmet that fits

properly, You should also wear eye protection

(goggles or face shield), gloves, boots, long-sleeved

shirt or jacket, and long pants.

•  Never consume alcohol or drugs before

or while operating this ATV.

• Never operate at speeds too fast

always drive at low speed on dusty surface.

• Always inspect your ATV each time you

use it to makesure it is in safe operating

condition. Always follow the inspection and

maintenance procedures and schedules described in this manual

• Always keep both hands on the

handlebars and both feet on the footboards

of the ATV during operation.

• Never operate on excessively rough,

slippery orloose terrain unless you have

learned and d practiced the skills necessary

to control the ATV on such terrain. Always be

especially cautious on these kinds of terrain.

• Always follow proper procedures for

turning as described in this manual-. Practice

turning at low speeds before attempting to

turn at faster speeds, Do not turn at excessive speed.

• Never drive the ATV on hills too steep

for the ATV or for your abilities. Practice on

smaller hills before attempting larger hills.

• Always follow proper procedures for

climbing hills as described in this manual.

Check the terrain carefully before starting up

any hill. Never climb hills with excessively slippery or loose surfaces.Shift your  weigth

forward. Never open the throttle suddenly or

make sudden gear changes. Never go over

the top of a hill at high speed.

• Alwaysfollow proper procedures for going

down hills andfor braking on hills as described

in thismanual. check the terrain

carefullybefore starting down any hill .Shift your

weightbackward. Never go down a hill at high

speed . Avoidgoing down a hill at an angle that

would causethe vehicle to lean sharply to one

side. Go straight down the hill where possible.

Always follow proper procedures for

crossing the side of a hill as described in this

manual. Avoidhills with excessively slippery or

loosesurfaces. shift your weight to the uphill

side of theATV. Never attempt to turn the ATV

around on anyhill until you have mastered the

turningtechnique described in this manual on

level ground .Avoid crossing the side of a

steep hill ifpossible.

• Avoid crossing the steep hills.

• Always use proper procedures if you

stail or rollbackwards when climbing a hill. To

avoid staling,use proper gear and maintain

a steady speedwhen climbing a hill. If you stall

or rollbackwards, follow the special procedure

for brakingdescribed in this manual.

• Always checkfor obstacles before operating

in a new area.Never attempt to operate

over large obstacles,such as large rocks

or fallen trees. Always follow proper procedures

when operatingover obstacles as

described in this manual.

Always be careful when skidding or

Sliding. Learnto safely control skidding or

sliding bypracticing at low speeds and on level.

smooth terrain. On extremely slippery surfaces,

such as ice, goslowly and be very cautious in

order to reduce the chance of skidding or sliding out of control.

• Never operate an ATV in fast flowing

water or in water deeper than that recommended in this manual. Rememberthat wet

brakes may have reduced stopping ability.

Test your brakes after wiping water away, if

necessary, apply them several times to let

fricting dry out the linings,

• Always be sure there are no obstacles

or people behind you when operating in

reverse. When it is safe to proceed in reverse,

go slowly. Always use the size and type tires

specified in this manual. Always maintain

proper tire procedure as described in this

manual.

• Never modify an ATV through improper

installation or use of accessories

• Never exceed the stated load capacity

for an ATV. Cargo should be properly distributed

and securely attached .

• Reduce speed and follow instructions

in this manual for carrying cargo or pulling a

trailer. Allow greater distance for braking .

• Improper handing of gasoline can cause

fire and can cause injuries and deaths and

other serious accident So do not refuel right

after the engine has been running and is still

every hot .Never refuel while smoking .or while

in the vicinity of sparks ,open flames ,or other

sources of ignition, when transporting the

machine in another vehicle, be sure it is kept

upright and that the fuel cock is in

the "OFF” position, otherwise fuel may leak out

of the carburetor or fuel tank.

• Starting or running the engine in a

closed area will cause the breakdown .And exhaust fumes are poisonoususand may cause loss

of consciousness and death within a short time, Always operate yourmachine in an area with

adequate ventilation.

DESCRIPTION AND MACHINE IDENTIFICATION

1.Front wheel

2.HeadUght

3.Driveselect lever

4.Shiftpedal

5,Fuelcock

6.Recollstarter

7.Starter(choke)

8.Taillight

9.Rear wheel

10.Rear carrier

11.Sparkarrester

12.Seat

13,Fueltank cap

14.Brakepedal

15.Frontcarrier

16.Rear brake lever

17.Parkingbrake

18Main switch

19,Throttle lever

20.Front brake lever

21Handlebar switch

Themachine you have purchased may differ

slightlyiron those shown [n the figures of this manual

forprogress or other change.

identification numbers Record

Whenordering spare parts from a our dealer or for reference in case the vehicle isstolen Record,

vehicleIdentification number in the spaces provided for assistance.

1.      VEHICLEIDENTIFICATION NUMBER:

Vehicle identification number

Thevehicle identification number is stamped on crosstube Of pedestal.

.2.

CONTROL FUNCTIONS

Main switch

Functionsof the respective switch positions are

asfollows:

ON:

Enginecan be started only at this position and

theheadlight and taillight come on when the light

switchis on,

OFF:

All electrical circuits are switched off, The key

can be removed In this position,

Indicator lights

Reverseindicator light “R”

Thisindicator light comes on when the transmission

isin reverse, The light is blue In color.

Neutral indicator light " N "

Thisindicator light comes on when the transmission

isin neutral.

High beam indicator light

Thislight is yellow in color .It comes on when

thehead light and high beam light is on.

Handlebar switches

Engine stop switch

Makesure that the engine stop switch is in

the   position. Theengine stop switch

controlsIgnition and can be used at all times to

stopthe engine, especially in an emergency. The

enginewill not start or run whenthe engine stop

switchis turned to  ,

Start switch

Thestarter motor cranks the engine when this

switchis pushed.

Seestarting instructions prior to starting engine

(seepage for details).

Ifthe starter switch is pushed with the

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1.Neutralindicator light "N"

2.Reverseindicator light  “R"

3.Hightbeam indicator light

1.Lights switch

2.Enginestop switch

3.Startswitch

mainswitch " () " and the engine stop

switch"CO” ,the starter motorwill be activated

butthe engine will not start. To start the engine ,be

sureto set the engine stop switch at "??",

Lights switch "LlGHTS”

,Turn the switch to “D" for the low beam and

taillight.

Turnthe switch to ”D" tor the highbeam

andtaillight

Throttle lever

Oncethe engine is running ,movement of the

throttlelever will increase the engine speed. Adjust

thespeed of the machine by changing the throttle

position.Because the throttle is spring-Ioaded,  the

machinewill decelerate, and the engine will return

toan idle any time the hand is removed from the

throttlelever, Before starting the engine ,check the

throttleto be sure it is operating smoothly.Make

sureIt returns to the idle position as soonas the

leverIs released.

Checkthe operation of the throttle lever before

startingthe engine. lf it does not work smoothly, check

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forthe cause. Correct the problem before riding the

ATV.Consult a Our dealer if you can't find or solve the

problemyourself.

1.     Throttle lever

Speed Limiter

Thespeed Limiter keeps the throttle from fully

opening,even when the throt1le lever is pushed to

the maximum, Screwing in the adjusting screw limits

themaximum engine power available and decreases

themaximum speed of the ATV.

1.Locknut2.Adjusting Screw

a.12mm(047in)

CAUTION

Donot turn the speed adjusting screw out more

than12mm.Always make sure the throttle lever free

playis adjusted to 3·5 mm.

Front brake lever

Thefront brake lever is located on the right

handlebar.Pull it toward the handlebarto apply the

frontbrake.

Rear brake pedal and lever

Thebrake pedal is located on the right side of

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themachine and the brake lever is located on the left

handlebar,Pull the lever toward the handlebar or tread

slowthe pedal to apply the rear brake.

Parking brake

Whenyou have to start the engine or park the

machine,especially on a slope, use the parking brake

1.     Rear brake pedal

Applythe rear brake lever and push down the

lockplate to apply tile parking brake, squeeze the

rearbrake lever to release the parking brake.

CAUTION

theATV could start moving unexpectedly if the

parkingbrake is out of function before starting the

engine.This could cause loss ofcontrol or a collision.

Thebrakes could overheat if you ride the ATV

withoutreleasing the parking brake. You could lose

brakingperformance which could cause an accident

.Youcould also wear out the brakes prematurely.

1.     Rear brake lever 2,Lock plate

1.Lockplate

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HOW TO AVOID THE HAZARD

Alwaysset the parking brakebefore starting the

engine.Always be sure the parking brake have been

releasedbefore you begin to ride.

Shift pedal

Thismachine is equipped with a constant mesh

5-speedtransmission .The shift pedal is located on

theleft side of the engine. Neutral is at the bottom

position.

Drive select lever

Thedrive select lever is used for driving the machine

eitherforward or in reverse. Refer to page for

driveselect lever operation.

Shiftpedal N. Neutral

1.Drive select lever

2.Hand start lever

Recoil starter

Firmly grasp the handle and pullslightly up to

engagement can be felt. Then pullforcefully , being

careful not to pull the rope allthe way out

CAUTION

Don't start the engine innon-neutral or without

setting the parking brake system.

Put the transmission in neutraland set the parking

brake before starting the engine.

Fuel tank cap

Remove the fuel tank cap byturning it counterclockwise

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Fuel cock

Thefuel cock supplies fuel from the fuel tank to

thecarburetor,

OFF:

Itthe lever is in this position ,fuel will not flow.

Alwaysturn the lever to this position when the engine

isnot running

Fuel tank cap

ON:

Iftl10 lever is in this position, fuel flows to the

carburetor.  Normal riding isdone with the lover in

this  position,

RES:

Thisindicates reserve. If you run out of fuel while

riding.turn the lever to this position. After refueling,

returnthe fuel cock lever to the "ON” position.

Seat

Toremove the seat, pull the seat lock lever upward and pull up the seat at the rear.

Toinstall the seat, insertthe lobes on the frame

andpush down the seat at the rear, you should pay

i.                   Seatlocklever

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attentionto make sure that the seat is securelyfitted.

Storage box

Maximumload limit: 2kg

Front carrier

Maximumload limit 30kg

Rear carrier

Maximumload limit 60kg.

Rear shock absorber

Thespring preload can be adjusted to suit the

rider'sweight and riding Conditions.

Spring preload adjustment

Toincrease the spring preload. turn the adjuster

indirection@.To decrease the spring  preload.run

theadjuster In direction@.

Standardposition:6

A·Minimum (Soft)

E:·Maximum(Hard)

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PRE·OPERATION CHECKS

Before using this machine, check tile following points'

Inspectthe ATV each time you use it to make

surethe ATV Is In safetyoperation condition.

Followthe Inspection and maintenance procedures

andschedules described in the Operation Manual.

Frontand rear brakes

Alwayscheck the brakes at the start of every

side.Do not ride the ATV if youfind any problem with

thebrakes. lf a problem cannot be corrected bythe

adjustmentprocedures. Provided in this manual, have

 the ATV Inspected by aour dealer.

1.Brakelevel and brake pedal

Checkfor correct free play in the brake levers

andbrake pedal, If the free play is incorrect adjust it

see pages.

Checkoperation of the levers and pedal They

shouldmove smoothly and there should be a firm

feelingwhen the brake is applied, If not ,have the

machineinspected by a our dealer.

2.    Brakeoperation

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Testthe brakes at slow speed after starting out

tomake sure they are working properly. lf the brakes

donot provide proper braking performance, inspect the brakes for wear. See page.

Fuel

Makesure there is sufficient gasoline in the tank.

Recommendedfuel; unleaded fuel

Fueltank capacity:

Total:12L

Reserve:1.6L

Unleadedfuel will give a longer spark plug life

andreduce maintenance cost. lf unleaded gasoline

isnot available, the leaded regular gasoline can be

used.

CAUTION

Fuelcan spill, causing a fire and severe injury.

Fuelwill expand when it heats up if the fuel tank

isoverfilled ,fuel could spill out due to heat from the

engine or the sun .So, do not overfillthe fuel tank ,Be

careful.Not to spill fuel, especially on the engine or

exhaustpipe. wipe up any spilled fuel immediately.

Besure the fuel lank cap is closed securely, Do not

refuelright after the engine has been running and is

stillvery hot.

'Engine oil

Makesure the engine oil is at the specified level.

Addoil as necessary.(See page)

Recommendedoil

SAE20W40

SAE10W30

SAE5W30

Recommendedengine oil classification:

SE,SF,SG,type or higher.

Oilquantity:

Periodicoil change:1.5L

Withoil filter replacement:1.6L

Totalamount:1.8L

Lubricationoil of gear case

Makesure the lubrication oil of gear case is at

thespecified level. Add oil as necessary.(see page

fordetails’),

Recommended oil

SAE80API GL Hypoid gear oil

Throttlelever

Checkto see that throttle lever operates correctly.

It mustopen smoothly and spring back to idle position

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whenreleased. Repair as necessary for proper

operation.

Fittings and Fasteners

Alwayscheck the tightness of chassis fittings

andfasteners before a ride. Refer to the Service.

Manualfor correct tightening torque.

Lights

Checkthe headlight and taillight to make sure

theyare in working condition. Repair as necessary

forproper operation.

Switches

Checkthe Operation of the headlight switch,

enginestop switch and any other switches. Repair

asnecessary for properoperation.

Battery

'Thebattery is an enclosed one and unnecessary  to fill water(see page)

·Don’t take off the closing bolt when charging.

Whencharging, please obey the charging current and time as shown on the followingtable,

Chargecriteria: Charge the battery with ten percent

ofcapacity of battery for 5 to 10 hours, or quickly

chargethe battery with 2A to 3A for 2 hours.

Tire

Thesize and type (in low pressure condition) of

hollow tire used for 250ATV arelisted below

Front wheel           Rear wheel

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Size         AT23X7-10            AT22 x 10-10

Type    zherig xin or wuxi Zheng xin or wuxi

Warning

Useof improper tires on this ATV, or operation

of this ATV with improper tire pressure may increase

yourrisk of accident

Use of improper tires on this ATV, or operation

ofthis ATV with improper tire pressure may cause

lossof control.

Payattention to choose the Size and type of

usedtire according to the description in the above

chartand make sure that the tire pressure isnormal.

2.Thetires should be set tothe recommended

pressure,

Front20 KPa ( O.20kgf/cm~2,2.8pai)

Rear25 KPa (O.25kgf/cm~2,3.6pai)

Checkand adjust tire pressure when the tires

arecold.

TirePressure below the minimum specified

couldcause the tire to dislodge from the rim under

severeriding conditions, the following are minimums:

Front17 KPa (O.17kgf/cml)

Rear22 KPa (O.22kgf/cmt )

Higherpressures may cause the tires to burst.

Inflationcould cause the tires to burst

Howto measure tire pressure

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       Usethe low-pressure tiregauge

Caution:

Thelow-pressure tire gauge isincluded as

standardequipment. conduct  two measurements if

thetire pressure and use the second reading Dust

or dirt in the gauge would cause theFirst reading to

be incorrect.

Setpressure when tires are in cold and set tire

pressuresto the condition following specifications

Tirewear limit

Whenthe tire groove decreases to 3mm due to wear

a.3mm(o.12in)

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OPERATION

WARNING

Neveroperate ATV until you are familiar with all controls.

Readthe operation Manual carefully. If there is a controls or function you do notunderstand ,ask your our

dealer'.

WARNING

Neverride the ATV in cold weather, always make sure all control cables work smoothlybefore you begin

ridding.Please read the engine brake-in section before you operate ,the engine at firsttime.

Starting a cold engine:

1.setthe parking brake.

2.Turnthe fuel lock to "ON" and the engine stop switch to" () ",

4.Shiftthe transmission into neutral.

WARNING

Theengine can be started in any gear ifthe fear brake lever is applier. However, it isrecommended to shift

intoneutral before starting the engine.

5.usethe starter (choke) in reference to the figure.

NOTE

ifthe engine fails to start, release the start switch, then push the start switch again, pausea several

secondsbefore the next attempt. Eachcranking should be as short as possible to preserve battery energy. Do

notcrank the engine more than 10 seconds for each starting.

Itthe battery is discharged. pull the recoil starter to start engine,

Startinga warm engine

Thethrottle should be opened slightly when starting a warm engine,

Prewarming

To get maximum engine service life, prewarm, the enginebefore startting off. Never accelerate forcefully

with a cold engine.

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Driveselect lever oper.:1tion and reverse driving.

CAUTION

Beforeshifting, stop the machine and return the

throttlelever to its closed position. Otherwise the

transmissionmay be damaged.

Whenshifting intoreverse.1he transmission

mustbe in the first gear. Do not shift the Reverse

HandleBar before you make sure that the ATV is in

theFirest Gear or you may break the Handle Bar.

1Reverse Handle Bar          a.Forward

2.Handstart lever                                 b.Reverse

1.Stopthe machine completely and return the

throttlelever to the dosed Position.

2.Applythe rear brake pedal.

3.Shlftthe transmission into first gear,

4.Pressthe lock-button of the Reverse Handle

Barhard Into the socket the you can shift the Reverse

HandleBar. After it is moved to the proper

position,move the Handle Barand softly to make

surethe spring at the lock-button is released and

theHandle Bar is locked.

5.lncase the lock-button can not be released

afterthe Handle Bar is shifted to it's  position,ask the

repairshop help.

NOTE

Whenin reverse the reverse indicator light

shouldbe on, lf the light does not come on ask a our

dealerto inspect the machine.

6.Checkfor people or obstacles behind you,

thenrelease the rear brake pedal.

7.0penthe throttle lever gradually and continue

towatch to the rear while backing.

WARNING

Whenshifting into reverse, make sure there are

no obstacles or people behind you .when it Is safe to

proceed,go slowly.

Shifting:

Thismachine has a 5·speod forward and 1-

speedreverse transmission with centrifugal automatic

clutch.To shift into neutral when driving, return

thethrottle lever to its original position and repeatedly

depressthe shift pedal until it stops.

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CAUTION

Donot coast for long periods with the engine

ofI, and do not tow themachine a long distance.

Evenwhen gears are in neutral, the transmission is

only.Properly lubricated when the engine Is running.

inadequatelubrication may damage the

transmission.

Tostart and accelerate:

1.Releasothe throttle lever.

CAUTION

Alwaysclose the throttle while shifting gears.

Otherwise,the engine and drive train may be

damaged.

2.Shittinto first gear and release the shift pedal.

3Open the throttle gradually once the machine

hasobtained adequate speed. release the throttle

lever.

4.Shiftinto second gear and release the shift

pedal.

5Open the throttle gradually, Follow the same

procedure.When shifting to the next higher gear.

To decelerate:

Whenslowing down or stopping, release the

throttleand apply the brakes smoothly and even .As

youslow down, shift to a lower gear, Be sure that the

enginehas sufficiently slowed before engaging a

Iowagear. improper use of the brakes or control can

causethe tires to lose traction, reducing control and

Increasingthe possibility of an accident.

Engine break-ill

Thereis never a more important period in the

leftof your machine than the period between zero

and20 hours .During this period prolonged full

throttleoperation or any condition which might result

Inexcessive engine heating must be avoided, after

everyfull throttle acceleration ,the engine should run

atlower speed for a rest soas to rid itself of the

temporarybuild up of heat. lf any abnormality is found

duringthis period ,consult a our dealer.

1.0~10 hours:

Avoid continuous operation above half throttle. A

allowa cooling off period of five to ten minutes after

everyhour of operation. Vary the speed of the machine

fromtime to time Do not operate it atone set

throttleposition.

2.10-20hours:

Avoidprolonged operation above 2/4 throttle revolving

themachine can freely through the gears

durinrunning of engine but do not use full throttle

anytime.

3After break-in

Avoidprolonged full throttle operation. change

speedsoccasionally.

Parking

Whenparking. Stop the engine and shift Into

NeutralTurn the fuel to "OFF" and apply the parking

brake.

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Avoidparking on hills or other inclines .If you

have10 park on an incline put the machine in low

gear.apply the parking brake and block the front and

rearwheels with rocks or other object. Do not park

theATV on the hills' that are sosteep that you could

not walk up them easily.

1-Applingthe brakes In low gear to slop the

machine.

2.Stopthe engine With the rear brake lever and

pedalapplied, apply the parking brake and slowly

release the rear brake pedal,

Accessories;

Payattention to the following points.

chooseonly accessories designed for you ATV

Ourdealer has a variety of genuine accessories.

Choosea genuine accessory.

WARMNG

1Accessories should be rigidly and securely installed.

2.Donot Install an accessory where it could interfere with your ability to control the ATV Examples

includea heavy or bulky objectattached to the handlebars

whichcould make steering difficult, an accessory

thatlimits your ability to movearound on the

seat,or one that limits you view. Use extra caution

whenriding an ATV with accessories.

Loading

Neverexceed the weight Limitsshown An

overloadedATV can be unstable.

Youmust use common sense andgood judgment

whencarring cargo or towing a trailer. Keep  the

followingpoints in mind:

Maximum loading limit

VehicleLoading limit (total weight of cargo, rider

andaccessories):165kg

Frontluggage carrier:30kg

Rear luggage carrler:60kg

Toolkit;2/(g

Pullingload (total weight of trailer and cargo):

330kg

Verticalweight on trailer hook :15kg

Donot exceed the maximum pulling weight.

Adjustthe load in the trailer.

Cargoshould be put as close to the center of

theATV as possible .Putcargo at the front of the rear

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luggagecarrier. Put the cargo on the middle position

andfix it on the earlierfirmly.

Makesure cargo in the trailer  'IS loadedfirmly

andsafety Otherwise an accident would be happen.

Makesure the load does not interfere with controls

or your sighting.

Ridemore Slowly than you would with a load,

Themore weight you carry, the slower you should go

,AlthoughConditions is different ,it is not allowed to

exceed2nd gear whenever you are carrying heavier

loadsor when towing a trailer ,Allow more braking

distance.A heavier vehicle takes longer to stop, Avoid

makingsharp turns unless at very slow speeds.

Avoidriding on hills and roughroad surface.

Andchoose terrain carefully .Extra weight willaffects

thestability and operation of the ATV.

Thismachine could be used to carry cargo and

passengersis prohibited.

OPERATION

·1.Geltraining if you are unexperienced,

Beginnersshould be trained at the guide of professional

person.Drive with this ATV with low speeds

firstto familiar with its perlormance ,even ifyou are

anexperienced rider, do not attemp to operate at maximum performance until you are totally familiar with

ATVs performance.

2.Dress

Alwayswear a motorcycle helmet when riding

.Alsowear the following protective tools eye protection

(gogglesor dust-proof shield, gloves, boots long-sleeved

shirtor jacket, pants)

3.Do not operate after drinking alcohol or drugs

containingsleeping pill composition, because operator

wouldbe slow in driving in such way.

4.Alwayscheck your ATV each time before you

uesit to make sure the reliability of ATV. Always follow

theinspection and maintenance procedures in

theoperation manual to protect you A1V

5.Always select the size and type of tires sped

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fiedin the operation manual for this vehicle to keep

thenormal tire pressure.

6.Speed limit valve

Thisvalve Is used for beginners to limit the max

Speed of the ATV. Rotate the bolt clockwise to

Increase rnax.speed, and rotate it counterclockwise

todecrease rnax speed_

7.Alwayskeep your feet on the footboards

duringoperation .otherwise your feet may contact the

rear wheels,

Neverattempt stunts ,suchas wheelies or

jumps.

WARNING

Don'ttry to show off

8.Improperinstallation of accessories or

modificationof this vehicle may cause changesin Harding

whichin some situations ,could lead to an accident,

Nevermodify this  ATV through improperinstallation

oruse of accessories. All partsand accessories

addedto this vehicle should be genuine our or

equivalentcomponents designed for using on this

ATVand should be installed and used according to

instructionsour dealer .If you have questions consult

an,authorized ATV dealer.

9.Exhaustsilencer

Theexhaust silencer is very hot during driving.

Toavoid burn, do not touch theexhaust cylinder .Park

themachine where pedestrians or children can not

touchit.

10,Know where you should ride

Thismachine Is designed to drive on off-road

RidingOn asphalt road may lose control.

Don'tride the ATV on asphalt road ,including

sidewalks,driveways, parking lots and walk streets.

Prohibitto drive the machine on any driveway,

streetsor highways,

Know the terrain where you ride

Ridecarefully in complicated terrain ,stay alert

torholes, rocks or roots or roots In the terrain otherwise

maycause the rnachine to tip over.

Whenriding in an area where you might not

easyto be seen ,such as dune and hilly land ,must

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mounta caution flag on the machine to remind other

vehicles.Do not ride in areas of forbidding pass. Do

notride on private property.Operation course

CAUTION

Donot shift gears without releasing thethrottle.

Otherw'lsemay cause damage 10 theengine or

drivegear.

r---~'---=--"

~SIo~~do,Nn'":'"';pp;jn(C~~'lseth.

throttleand brake gradually. As youbrake,shift to

lowergear .Ensure that theengine has sufficiently

slowedImproper use of Ihe brakes or shifting can

causethe tires slidding to lose the control.

Mustmake the engine to slow dOwn fully before

engaginga lower gear.

'fiH"l:lillg

- Must make the turning practice in low speed

beforemaking a turn.

Turnyour ATV according to proceduresin operation

,manualPracflce shOUld be done before turn·

ingin high speed.

Theturning speed should not be too high.

As you approach a ourve, slow down and bog'ln

toturn the direction rod .Then put you gravity center

on1he footboard 10 the outside of the curve and lean

yourbOdy inside .Make the engine to maintain an

evenspeed when passing the curve. This maneuver

willlet the tire on the inside of the curve slip slightly.

Theturning practice should be in fiat area without

anyobstacles. Improper operation may make

yourATV to go straightlf  the ATV doesn'tturn, stop it

andpractise again ,If the riding surface is loose and

slippery,move your weight forward.

Onceyou have learnthis technique you can turn

yourATV at higher speed.

Thesudden acceleration, brako, incorrect body

positionand too high speed will cause the ATV to

slip.If the ATV slips while passing a curve and the

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ATVmachine leans inward ,you should release

thethrottle and move your body grayity cantor to outw

sideof the curvE! to avoid tipping over.

Remember:rldeat higher speed only after you

arethOroughly famtliar with the operation of yourATV

Climhing slope

Don'tride on slope before you are very familiar

withATV operation skill.otherwlse It will cause

accidents.

Neccessarypractice is required. when climbing

thehill,move your body gravity canfer forward and

operationmanual.

Climbthe hill according to the method In

manu1:il.

Climbthe hill aCGording to the method in

manual.

Checkcarefuly before climbing.

Donot drive 011 slippery and loose slope.

Transferyour body gravity canter forward and

avoidabrupt acceleration and shift.

Drivein low speed when climbing the hilI.

WARNING

Theremay be other vehicles and persons on

theother side of slope.

Ifyour ATV can not climb the slope,turn round

yOur ATV.

Maketurning practice according to procedures

inoperation manual:Do nol make turn on slope .Be

morecareful when making a turnon slope.Be more

carefulwhen making a turn on slope and avoid to

Climbsteep slope when possible ,when climbing

theslope:

Donot drive on depression and slippery slope

anddrive according to procedures in operation

manual.

Ensurethe ATV not to SliP when stop it on slope.

Theshift should be proper and speed shuld be

stablewhen climbing slope. losing traction force,you

shouldtransfer the gravity conter forward and brake

themachine.Close the brake closing piece after stopping

themachine.

Ifthe machine slips backward

Transferyou gravity center backward;

Use front brake;

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DO not use rear brake

Closethe brake closing piece after stopping

themachine.

Riding d.ownhill

Moveyour gravity center backwa,rd,when riding

ATVdownhill,your and griSp steering bar and drive at

lowspeed.

Noto:Thebrake performance is very important

WheneverpossiblO,rlde your ATV straight,Tur~

ingmay cause the ATV to tip over,Avoid too high speed

sothat you have time to deal with accident.

CAUTION

Practisethe braking skill when decending 1he

hllUookover the terrain carefully before decending

andtransfer your body gravity canter backward. Ride

inlow speed when decanding the hill turning speed

shouldnot be too high when makinga turn,and keep

drivingstraight as far as possible.

Crossing dcpressi{lo

Whencrossing depression,balance your ATV

withbody gravity center,YOLl should be familiar with

basicskillS before crossing depression.Avoid to lose

balance10 cause accident.

Don't,make a turn on a slope before grasping

turningskill totally. You should be careful and cautious

jfmaking a turn on any slope.

When crossing procedure

Alwaysfollow proper prouclures in operation

manual;

Avoidslope with slippery or loose surlace.

Leanyour gravity center in the slope direction.

Crossing through shtlllow water

TheATV can be used to cross shallow water of

maximumdistance of 35cm.Check your path Clue,

fullybefore crossing, and avoid of ride where there is

sharpdrop off,Drive slowly and carefully.

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Payattention that wot brakes may reduce brake

ability.Chockyour brakes after leaving water.lf

r'lecesary,applythem to let friction dry out the linings

severaltimes.

Ridingover rough terrain

Becareful when riding on rough terrain .when

ridingover terrain which maydamage the ATV,lay

yourtests on the foot pedals to avoid jumping and

los$of control.

Don'ttry to ride over bigobstacles such as rock

andtree on the road .Follow tho proceduces in operation

manualwhen riding over obstacles.

Slipping

TheATv may Jose control when driving on loose

andslippery surface. Moving you gravity center forward

ishelpful to control the slipping of front wheels

.whenthe rear wheel begin toslip,steer direction

properly.Applythe brake only until you have stopped

theSlipping.

Practrsesafely control SlipPIng at low speed.

onvery slippery surefaces,sUCI) as ice,drive slowly

toaVO"ld loss ofcontrol.

Theabove introductJon is only for reference.

Readit carefully and act according to circumstances.

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND ADJU&iMENT

Periodlcinspection ,adjustment,and lubrication will keep your machine in the safety and most efficient

condition.Thepoints of machine inspection,adjUstment,and lubrication are detailed infollowing.

NOTE

Turnoff the engine when maintaining unless specified. Have a OUr dealer pertormservice if you are not

familiarwith maintenance.

Operation manual and tool kit

Youare recommended to put this operation manual in the vinyl bag and lay it under the seat as shown. Put

thetool kit and low -pressuretiro gauge in the storage case.

Themaintaining information InCluded in this manual is provided you with thenecessary informatIon for

completingpreventive maintenance and minor repairs by yourself,The tools provided in the tool kit aresufficient

forthIs purpose,except a torque wrench necosary to tighten nuts and bolts.

NOTE

Ifyou do not have a requiredtorque wrench during maintenance,take you machine to a our dealer to check

ttletorque settings and adjust them as necessary.

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE/LUBRICATION

ITEMRQVnNE INlTAL EVERY

~'S

1montmonth 6rnonth$ 6months Wear

Checkvalve clearance,Adjust if necessary. 0 0 0 _ .... -

Sparkplug Check conditio.~:~?just gap and clean. Replace If necessary. 0 0 0

Airfilter Claan.Replce if necessary.Every 20 -40 MU IS( more often I n wel or dusty omQS) _..

CarbureorCheck idle speed/Starter operatlon.Adjust if necessary. 0 0 0

.1--.

Cylinderhead Check breather hOse for cracks Of damage, Replace if

0 0 breather systemecessary. 1-----

Exhaustsystem Cheek lor leakage. Retlghtan ifnecessary,Repaae gasl~et if nee-

0 0

j0!lSsry

Sparkarrester Clean. 0 0 . .... _--, ...

Fuellino Check fuel hose for crackS or damaoo,Raoiaceifnecessary. 0

Engineoil Replace(Warm engine before draining). 0 0 0

Engineoil filler Clean. 0 0 0

Engineoil strainer Clean. 0 0 0

Fin~1 gear o~~ ... Check ojllevel{oillea.kage.Reli!lac.~:.. 0 0

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE/LUBRICATION

_.

ITEM ROU11NE INITAL EVER"Y

1mMt/1 months 6monthS 6month$ 1Year

-~ ...

BrakesCl1eck operation,Adjust if necessary. Cl Cl Cl

-~ ...

clutchCheck operaion.~~ust ifnecessary. Cl Cl 0 f..-.

WheelsOneck balance/damage/runout Replace if necessary. 0 Cl

~--------... ...

Wheelbearings Check balance assembly tor looseness/damage.

Replacejf damaged . 0 Cl

.__ ...

Frontand roaf suspensjon~ Check operation.Correct if necessary. 0 0 -----... --...

Steeringsystem

. Check operation.Gorroct If necessary,Check toe ·in . 0 0 " .. ",-_ ...

Steeringsystem Adjust if necessary. 0 0 0 0

....-

_Stee ring shaft Lubricateevery 6months.(uso U grease) 0 0 ... ... __ .. .....

Fittingsand Fasteners~ Ctloor an chassis fillings andfasleners,Gorrijct if f1eces$(!.ty.0 0 0 0

L-. ... . ..

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Engineoil

1.Engine 011 level measurement

a.Place the machine on a flat surface wram up

theengine for several minutes and turn off il.wait

morothan 10 minutes for 1he oil to drain back Into

thecrankcase beforo chocking the 011 level.

1.Dipstick2. Maximum level mark 3.Minimum

levelmark

b.Wlpethe dipstick off with a clean rag. Insert

thedipstick In the filler hole.

c.Removethe dIpstick and inspect the oil level.

d,Theoil level should be between maximum

andminmum marks .If level is low,add ol!to raise it

toproper level.

1,Drain plug

2.0-ring

3.Compression

spring.

4.0ilstrainer

1.0llfiltarcover

2.0ilfilter

3.0-ring

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2,Engine oil replacement and oilfitter element

cleaning

a,Placethe machine in a flat suface,Warm up

theengine for several minutes and turn off place a

containerunder the engine. Remove the dipstick and

openthe drain plug to drain the oH,

b.Removethe ail fiter cover and oilfilter,clean

the011 stramer and oll1ilter with solvent.

c,lnspectthe O-ring and replace if damaged,

d.Reinstallthe oil filter,O-ring and oil filter cover.

Replacethe oil strainer,compression spring,O-ring

anddrain pulg ,Then tighten the drain plug and filter

coverbolts to the specified torque.

Tighteningtorque:

Drainpulg(engine):

43Nm(4.3m.kg)

Filercover bolt

1ONm(1 ,Om,kg)

a,Addoil to the engine with oil and install the

dipstick.

CAUTION

Besure no foreign material enters the

crat,lkcase.

f,Warmup the engine for several minutes at

idlespeed.Check for oil leakage when warming up.

CAUTION

Ifoil leakage is found ,turn off the engine

promptlyand chock for the cause.

Recommended011 :see page 11

Oilquantity:

Periodicoil change:

1.SL(1.3mpqt)

Withoil filter replacement:

1.6L(1.4mpqt)

Totalamout:

1.8L(1.6mpqt}

3.0ilpressure inspection

a.-Wrap the cylinder with a cloth.

1.oilgallery bul

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b.Sllghtlylooson the 011 gallery bolt in the cylInder

head.

c.Startthe engine and keepit at idle speed unil

beginsto seep fron the oil gallery bolt.lf no oil comes

outafter one mlnute,stop the engine to find cause.

d.Restart the engine and check the oil pressure.

a.AfterCheCklng.tighten the 011 gallery bolt to the

specifiedtorque 7Nm(O.7m.kg)

f,Remeberto Inspect oil pressure after replac~

Ingthe engine 011.

iJubrication oil of gear case

a.Measurementof lubrication oil of gear case.

Placothe machine on a level place. Remove the

OilfHler bolt and check the oillevol.lt ShOuld be up to

thebrim of the hole.lf should be up to the brim of the

hole.lfthe level Is too low,add oil to raise it to the

proper level.

b.llis1al!the 011 filler bolt andtighten to the spedfied

torque:23Nm(2,3,kg,17ftlb)

Lubrit:ation oil replacement of gear case

a.Removethe gear case cover.

b.Placetho machine on a flat surfaoe.

c.Placea con1ainer under the final gear case.

d.Removethe 01 filler bolt and the drain plug to

drainthe oil.

e.lnsta!lthe drain plug and tighten the specified

torque:23Nm(2.3m.kg)

f.Fillthe gear case with oil.

Recommendedoil:

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SAE80API~GL·4"Hypoid goar oil

Oilquality

Periodicoi! change:

o.25L(O.21Imp qt,)

Total amount

O,27(O.23Impqt,)

1.Drainplug

g.lnstaUthe filler bolt and tighten to the specified

torque:2.3Nm(2.3m,kg)

h.Ch?ckfor oil leakage.lf oil leakage is found,

checkfor the cause

i.             Reinstall the finalgear case cover.

Spark plug inspection

Youshould periodically remove and check the

sparkplug because heat and deposits will cause

slowdamage and erosion of the sparkplug if elec~

trodeerosion is excessive,you should replace the

sparkplug with one of the propet type D7RTC

Beforeinstalling the new spark pulg measure

theelectrode gap with a feeler gauge and adjust to

speclifcation.

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1.Sparkplug gap

Sparkplug gap:

Q.6·0,7mm

Wheninstalling the spark pulg,generai!y clean

the.gasket surface and use a new gasket Clean off

anygrime from the threads and tighten to

specification.

Sparkplug torque:17.5Nm{1.75m.kg)

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Airfll11er cleaning

Thereis a check hose at the bottom of tho air

tUltercase.if there are dust or water collects in this

hose,omptythe hose and clean the air filter element

andair fliter case.

1.Checkhose

i.Removethe seat.

2.Removethe air filter case Cover

1.Airfilter element 2.Foam cover

3,RemovQthe air filter element.

4.Removethe foam cover from the air filter

element.

STapthe element lightly to remove most of the

dustand dirLBlow out the remaining dirt with com~

pressedaIr ,If the element IS damaged,replaceit.

6.Washthe foam cover gently thoroughly inwater

orsolvent,

7.Squeezethe excess water or solvent out of

thefoam cover and let it dry .Donot twist the foam

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coverwhen squeezing it

S.Checkthe foam coverJf damaged, replace it.

9.reinstallthe foam cover to the air filteralemen'!.

1 O.Reinstall the' removed air filter unit and parts

removed.

CAUTION

Thecarburetor was set at the our factory after

manytests .If the settingsare disturbed by somenone

withoutsutncient technical knowledge,poor engine

performanceand damage may result

CAUTION

Neverrun the engine with the air filter element

removed.Thiswillis! unfiltered air enter,causing rapid

wearand possible damage of engine.Additionally,

operationwithout the filter element will weak the

performanceof carburetor and causeoverheating of

engine.

Carburetoradjustment

Theidle speed may be performed by customer

asa part of the routine maintenance.

Idlespeed adjustment

1.Startthe engine and warm it up for a few min~

utesat approximately 1.000 to 2,000 rlmin, increase

thespeed of engine to 4000 to 5000r/min ,

2.Setthe specified idle speed by adjusting the

throttteadjusflng screw,Tum the SCrew into increase

enginespeed,and out to deCrease engine speed.

SpecifiedIdle speed:1450·1550 rirnin

1.Throttleadjusting screw

Valveclearance adjustment

Incorrectvalve dearance wiU result in improper

fuellairsupply or engIne noise.To prevent this ,the

varveclearance must be adjusted regularly,but the

adjustmentshould be done by a professional

mainteranco'teeh nleian,

Throttlelever adjustment

NOTE

Adjustthe engine Idle speed before adjusting

thethrottle lever.

1.los$enthe locknut.

2.Flotatothe adjusting bolt until the throttle lever

freeplay is 3-5mm(O.12-0.20inJ

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3.Tightenthe locknut,

1.AdJustlngbolt

,2.Locknu1

a.3-5mm(O.12-

0.20In)

Frontand rear brake shoe inspeC1ion

Awear indicator is mounted on each brake.The

wearof brake shoo could be checked under the condition

ofdisassembling brake .If theindicator

reachesthe wear limit Une ,ask a our Group dealer

to replace the shose as aset.

1.WearIndicator

2.Wearlimit

Frontbrake lever free play adjustment

Inspectthe front brake shoes ,before adjusting

thebrake,

Thefront brake lever free play should be adJusted

to5-7mm(O.2-03in) If the free play is incorrect,

adjustas following steps:

1.Locknut

2.Adjustlngnut

1.Loosenthe iocknut and fully turn in the adjusting

boltof the front brake lever.

2,Makesure the cable joint of the balancer is

straightwhen applying the brake, If not,rotate the ad~

justingnut at the front hubs until the cable joint becomes

straight.

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1.Adjust)f)gnUt

(fronthub),

3.Retatethe adjusting bolt at the front brake le~

verto make the free play satisfy the requirement.

4. Tighten the locknut '

Aftermainta.ining,pay attention to :

Makesure the brakes operate smoothly and

thefree play meet the requirement;

Make sure the b(akes do not skid.

Replacementof brake components requires

professionalknowledge.These procedures should

bedone by our Group dealer.

Rear brake adjustment

1.Brakepedal

a.Fullyloosen the adjusting nut on the brake

cable.

b,Rotatetho adjusting nut on the brake rod untill

freeplay )$ 20~30mm.

1.Brakooable adjusting nut 2.Brake rod adjusting

Nut

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a.20-30mm

2.Brake lever

a.Loosenthe locknut and fully turn in the adjusting

nuton the handlebar.

b.Turnin the adjusting nut on brake cable to get

agap of 0-1 mm between the lever and pin of pivot.

1.    LQCknut2.Adjustlng nut

1.Brake cable adjusting bolt

a,Owlmm(O·O.4 in)

c,Rotatethe adjusting nut until free play is 5-

7mrn,

dTightenthe locknut.

1,Locknut 2.Adjusting nut a,5·7mm

Aftermaintaining ,pay attention to:

Makesure the brakes operate smoothly and

thefree play is correct.

Makesure the brakes do not skid.

Replacementof brake components requires

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professionalknowledge.These procedures should

bedone by our Group dealer.

Clutchadjustment

1.Loosenthe lock nut

2,Slowlyrotate the adjusting bolt counterclookwise

untilresistance is fel1 then, rotate it by1l8 turn

cIOckwj$e,Le.45~.

1.Locknut2.Adjusting bolt

3,Tightenthe Jocknut to specified value .Tjght~

aningtorque:15Nm(1.5m.kg)

NOTE

Turn the adjusting bolt counterclockwlse to de~

creasethe clutch free play and turn it clockwise to

increasethe free play.

cableinspection and lubrication

Thedamage of outer covering of control cable

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cancause corrosion,fray or kink of cable .Operation

ofcables could be strictlyexecuted, which could

cause an accident or injury.

Inspect cable frequently and replace damaged

cables.Lubricate the inner cables and the cable

jQints.Jfthe cables do not operate smoothly ,ask a

ourGroup dealer to replace them.

Recommendedlubricant

SAE10W30 Lubricant

Steering vertical tube lubrication

Usea grease gun fa lubricate the pivots.

RevommendedlubricantUthlum-base grease

Wheel removal

1.Liftthe wheel by placing a suitable support

underthe frames.

2.Removethe nut on the wheel.

3.Removeto wheel assembly.

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Wheel installation

Wheninstalling the wheel reverse the removal

procedure.Pay attention to the following points;

1.Arrowmark

1.Thearrow mart<' ) »on the tire must point to

therotation direction of the wheel.

2.Taperedwheel nuts are used for both front

andrear wheels .lnstalJ tapered side of the nut towards

theWheel

3.Tightenthe wheel nut.

1. Tapered nut

Wheelnut torque:

Frontwheel :5SNm(S.5m.kg)

Rearwheel :S5Nm(S.Sm.kg)

Battery

WARNING

Avoidcontact with skin,eyes orclothing,Always

shield eyes when working near batteries,keep out

ofreach of children.

Use and maintenance

1 ,Don't remove electrolyte cover after enclosed

batterybeing used.Pleaso obey the operatlon instruction

on battery to use the battery,

2,lfATV Is suspended from use for a month or

much longer time,remove the battery and storeIn a

cooland dark place,oharge fully before reusing,

2.     lf the battery is stored over the above men

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tionedtime,check the voltage at least one month.

Chargethe battery when the vOltage is lower than

12V.

/

(/.. ~,.

,'

,~

1.Battery

1 .Main fuse 2.Start relay

Fusereplacement

1.     The fuse case is put under the seat.

2.lftf le fuse is blown ,switch off the main switoh

and rep/acs with a new fuse ofthe same speciflct"lon.

Ifthe fuse immodiately blows again ,consult a ourGroup

dealer,

Specifiedfuse:20A

CAUTION

Topfevent accidental short-circuting,SWitch off

themain switch when checking or replacing a fuse.

Replacing the headlight bulb

Ifthe headlight bulb burns out,roplace the bulb

as following steps;

1.Removethe headlight cover.

2.Removethe cover ,and rotate the bulb holder

countorclockwiseand remove the defective bulb.

i.Headlight

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1.Covor(x2)

1.Bulbholder

WARNING

Waitfor the bulb to cool before removing it.

3.!nstalla new bulb to the bulb holder

4.Reinstalllthe cover and headlight cover,Adjust

theheadlight beam If necessary.

Spark arrester cleaning

Selecta well-ventilated area free of combustible

materialsand make Sure the exhaust and silencer

arecool.

1.Removethe bolt.

2.Startthe engine ,block the end of sillencer

witha dowal,which will increase the speed about

twentytimes by momentarily producing exhaust system

backpressure.

3.Stopthe engine and cool the exhaust pipe.

4.fnstaflthe bolt and tighten it.

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CLEANING AND STORAGE

CLEANING

Generalspeaking ,thorough cfeaning of your

ATVWill Improve its runing pertormance and pro-

 long the service life of many components.

 1.8efore cleaning the ATV:

a.Blockoff the exhaust pipe with plastic bag or

strongrubber band to prevent water entry,

b.MakeSUrf'! the spark plug and all fitler caps

areproperly installed.

2It the engine case Is excessively dlrtY,wash

withdegreaser,Do not use degreassr for wheel axlos,

3,Ainse the dirt and remove oildirt on the soft

hose.

CAUTION

Excessivewater pressure may cause water

seepageand deterioation of wheel bearlngs,brakes,

tfansmissionseals and electrical equipment.

4.Whenrinsing dirty material for many times, use

warmwater and rnild,datergenHype soap.Use old

toothbrushor bottle brush to wash hard ~to-get-a1

places.

5.Aftercleaning ATV with clean water,immediately

dryall surtaces with a chamois ,clean towel or soft

absorbentcloth.

6,Cleanthe seat with a vinyl upholstery cleaner to

keepthe cover pliable and glossy.

7.Applyautomotive type wax to all ohrome plated

surfaces.Avoiduse combination cleaner -waxes.Atter

usingabrasives to protect scratched suriace,let the

engineidle for several minutes.

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Afterwashing the brakes,let engine brake soveral

timesat slow speeds to dry thelinings.

8.8torage

Longterm storage(60 days or more) of your ATV

wiltrequire some protective procedures to prevent

ATVfrom damage. After thoroughly cleaning the ATV,

adoptthe following protective measures:

1.Addfresh fuel into fuel tank.

2.Addone tablespoon of SAE 1 OW30 or 20W40

motoroil in the spark plug.Ground the spark plug

wireand run the engine over several times to coat

thecyllnder body with 011.

3.Lubrlcateall control cables.

4.Elovalethe engine body to raise all Wheels off

theground

5.Seal with plastic bag over the exhaust pipe

outletto prevent moisture from entering.

6.If storing ATV in a humid or saft-a.]r

atmosphere,coverall exposed metal surlaces with

a light plastic film of oil .00 not apply oil to anyplastic

partsor the seat cover.

7.Takeout the battery and store it In a dlY place.

Thebattery should be stored in the place where the

ambienttemperatrue shOUld be 30<c maximum and

O'Cmínimum

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MAIN DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS

Itemspecification litem specification

.._-----_ ..

Dimension:Engineoil:

~ ..

Overalllength !880mm .. Periodic oilchange 1.DL

OveralWI'dth 1040mm With ail f)lIterreplacement 1.1 L

Overallheight 1140mm Total amount 1 1 L

Seat height 810mm Totalarnout of gear oil O.27L

Wheelbase 1170mm Main fuel tank capacity 121.

Minimumground clearance 155mm Reservefuel tank capacity 161.

Minimumturning radius 2900mm Carburetor:

TypeVacuum film piece type

Basicweight: Spark plug type D8EA

WithoH and futl fuel tank 220kg Spark plug gapO.6-0.7mrn

EngineAir cooledA"stroke,single-cylinder Clutch type . Wet centrifugal automatic

Displacement193.2ml TransmiS$Fon:

BoreX Stroke 63 X 62mm Pr'lmryreduction system Spur gear

Primaryreduction ratio 3.333

CompreSSionrallo 9.0;1 Secondary reductionsystem Shaft dnve

Startingsystem Electric starter Secondary reduction ratio 3.15

Lubricationsystem Pressure splash

Transmissontype Constant mesh,5-speed

forward"speedreverse

0p.erationleft foot operation ., ,.

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MAIN DATA AND SPECIFICATIONS

!ternspecification htem specification

1-::--'_- -- ......

Gearratio: Suspension Supporting rod

1st 2.769 Front Rotary rod

2nd1.882 Rpoc

3rd1.400 Shock absorber:

4th1.130 Front Spring/Oildamper

5th0.960 Rear .. SQring/oil damper

Reverse_.. . 34.427 Wheel travel:

FrameFront 135mm

FrameIype Steel tube Rear 135mm

CasterAangle 4" Electrical:

Trail20mm Ignition system CDI

Tire:Generator system A. C. Magneto

TypeVacuum BatterytypeJvoltage,capacity 12N14·BS/12V,14AH

Size:FrontAT22 X 7·10 Headlight 12v,30W/30W X 2

Size:RearAr22 X 10·10 Tail!ight 12V,12W/5W Brake:

........_ ..

Frontbrake type Disc brake Neutralindicator 12V,3W X 1

OperationRight hand operation Reverseindicator 12V,3W X 1

Rearbrake type Drum brake Hight beam indicator light 12V.3W X 1

QQerationLeft hand and ri9.bUoot operation

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MAINTENANCE RECORD

Maintenancetimes, receipts of purchased componects and assembly will be required to berecorded,

whichshould be done according to the warranty,The chart below only acts asmaintonance record,not as

maintenance proof

MAlNTENACEDATE

INTERVALOF DRIVINQM1LEAGESERVICING DEALER NAME AND ADDERSS REMARKS

TIME MAlNTEN...A. NC _.. .

1Month -

3Mon1hs

6Months

12Mont1s

18Months.

.........- "-_ ...

24Months

30Months

36Months

42Months

-'"

48Months .......... -

54Monlhs _.. .. .. ....

OOMonths

.

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