90cc Dirt Bike Trail Bike Motorcycle 4 Stroke Kid Teen Semi-Auto Wheel 12/10
|ENGINE TYPE||90cc, 4 STROKE, AUTO|
|STARTING SYSTEM||ELECTRIC START|
|TYRE (FRONT AND REAR)||12/10 INCH|
|THROTTLE CONTROL||TWIST CONTROL|
|BRAKE SYSTEM||FRONT/REAR DISC BRAKE|
|FRONT AND REAR SUSPENSION||UPSIDE DOWN FORK & SHOCKS|
|MAX SPEED||65KM/H +|
|BRAKE||FRONT/REAR HYDRAULIC BRAKE|
|CARTON DIMENSION (MM)||1480x700x370|
The product is 90% assembled.
All you need to do is assemble the handlebars and wheels. Really simple! Important…
Please check all the bolts and nuts are tightened properly before riding.
Colour option: green/red/orange !recommendations!
Due to transport reasons, some minor adjustments may be needed.
E.g. Tightening off bolts or cables pre-ride checks check the following items each time before you ride.
The time required is minimal, and the habitual performance of these checks will help ensure a safe, reliable ride.
If any irregularities are found during these checks, refer to the appropriate section and take the action required to return the motorcycle to a safe operating condition.
Any faults have to be reported to us within 7 days after the receipt of the bike.
!!! Warning !!!
Failure to perform these checks every day before you ride may result in serious damage or a severe accident engine spark plug: tighten to correct torque carburettor: adjusted properly idle speed: 1400 +/- 100 r/min (rpm) air cleaner: clean, properly installed.
Apply oil to air cleaner element muffler: not damaged frame tires: check overall condition; wear, cuts, and other damage.
Check tire air pressure tighten the air valve cap securely spokes: check for any loose spokes. If necessary, torque.
Drive chain: check overall condition and chain slack pushed out from the hollow of the chain guard is 0-5 mm. Lubricate the drive chain. If necessary.
Brakes: Front and rear brakes function properly.
Brake lever play is 4-5 mm. If necessary, adjust.
Brake pedal travel is 15-25mm. If necessary, adjust.
Check brake lining wear.
Throttle: functions properly, return smoothly.
Steering: action is smooth but not loose from lock to lock. No binding of control cables.
Fuel tank: mounted securely, no fuel leakage nuts, bolts, fasteners: tighten any loose bolts and nuts.
2. Break-in the first one hour that the motorcycle is ridden is designed as the break-in period.
If the motorcycle is not used carefully during this period, you may very well end up with a ‘broken down’ instead of a ‘broken in’ motorcycle.
Do not start moving or race the engine immediately after starting it, even if the engine is already warm. Run the engine for 15 to 20 minutes at idle speed to give the oil a chance to work up into all the engine parts.
Avoid the quick acceleration or starting and drive prudently for the first three hours of operation. Let the motorcycle cool completely.
The motorcycle is ready for regular operation after this procedure is carried out.