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UX

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24 MONTHS / 30,000 KMS (8 FREE SERVICES)
24 MONTHS / 30,000 KMS
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OWNER'S MANUAL

5KA-F8199-E1

Cost Smoke and Tear IN INDIA UX 01)233-09-05-E/H 24 MONTHS / 30,000 KMS (8 FREE SERVICES)

WARNING

PLEASEREAD THISMANUALCAREFULLYAND COMPLETELYBEFOREOPERATINGTHISMOTORCYCLE.

CRUX OWNER'S MANUAL YAMAHA MOTOR INDIA SALES PVT. LIMITED

All rights reserved. Any reprinting or unauthorised use without the written permission of

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is expressly prohibited.

LIMITED

INDIA SALES PVT.

TAKE NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS DURING RUNNING-IN PERIOD.

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION

INTRODUCTION
 

Congratulations on your purchase of the CRUX This motorcycle has been produced using the latest technology in our modern plant, to provide you a happy, enjoyable and safe riding for many thousand kilometers and years. It represents the high degree of craftsmanship and reliability that have made YMIS a leader in these fields.

This Owner’s Manual will give you an understanding of the operation, inspection and basic maintenance of this Motorcycle as recommended in this Owner’s manual. Always demand only YMIS Genuine Spare Parts and Yamalube oil. If you have any queries regarding the operation or maintenance of your Motorcycle, please consult your YMIS DEALER who will be too happy to help you.

This Owner’s Manual also includes the GREEN BOOK containing Guidelines, DO’s and DON’Ts to be followed by the Owner/User of the Motorcycle for keeping Environment Clean and Green. You are requested to please read the GREEN BOOK carefully.

We provide,

to please read the GREEN BOOK carefully. We provide, YAMAHA MOTOR INDIA SALES PVT. LTD. 19/6,

YAMAHA MOTOR INDIA SALES PVT. LTD. 19/6, Mathura Road, Faridabad-121006 (India)

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ges'kk dsoy okbZñ ,eñ vkbZñ ,lñ ds Li;sj ikV~Zl rFkk ;kekY;wc rsy dh gh ekax djsaA ;fn vki eksVjlkbZfdy ds vkWijs'ku ¼dk;Z½ vFkok j[kj[kko ls lacaf/kr dksbZ tkudkjh pkgrs gSa rks okbZ±ñ ,eñ vkbZñ ,lñ Mhyj ls ijke'kZ ysa] og [kq'kh&[kq'kh vkidh lgk;rk djsxkA

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IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION

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Particularly important information is distinguished in this manual by the following notations:

bl eSuqvy esa fuEufyf[kr ladsrks }kjk vko';d funsZ'kksa dks vyx&vyx fd;k x;k gS%

The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED! lqj{kk ls lacaf/kr

The Safety Alert Symbol means ATTENTION! BECOME ALERT! YOUR SAFETY IS INVOLVED!

lqj{kk ls lacaf/kr fpUg dk vFkZ gS lko/kku ! pkSdUus gks tk,a ! ;g vkidh lqj{kk ls lacaf/kr gSA

WARNINGFailure to follow WARNING instructions could result in severe injury to the Motorcycle operator, a

Failure to follow WARNING instructions could result in severe injury to the Motorcycle operator, a bystander or a person inspecting or repairing the Motorcycle.

psrkouh funsZ'kksa dh ikyuk u djus ij eksVjlkkbfdy pkyd] vklikl [kM+s yksxksa vFkok fujh{k.k vFkok ejEer djus okys O;fDr;ksa dks xgjh pksV yx ldrh gSA

CAUTION :

A CAUTION indicates special precautions that must be taken to avoid damage to the Motorcycle.

;g fo'ks"k lko/kkfu;ka n'kkZrh gSa] eksVjlkbZfdy dks uqdlku ls cpkus ds fy, budk /;ku djuk pkfg,A

NOTE :

A NOTE provides key information to make procedures easier or clearer.

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IMPORTANT MANUAL INFORMATION

 

NOTE:

This manual should be considered a permanent part of this Motorcycle and should remain with it even of the Motorcycle is subsequently sold.

 

YMIS continually seeks advancements in product design and quality. Therefore, while this manual contains the most current product information available at the time of printing, there may be minor discrepancies between your Motorcycle and this manual. If there is any question concerning this manual, Please consult your YMIS dealer.

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1

ROAD SAFETY TIPS

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2
2

DESCRIPTION

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Left view

ck¡bZa vkÑfr

Right view

nk¡bZa vkÑfr

Controls/Instruments

fu;a=k.k vkSj ;a=k

3
3

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

Main switch cum steering lock

eq[; cVu ¼esu fLop½ de LVs;¯jx ykWd

Speedometer

LihMksehVj

Indicator Lights

bafMdsVj ykbV~l

Handlebar switches

gSaMyckj fLop ¼cVu½

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1-1

2-1

2-1

2-2

2-3

3-1

3-1

3-2

3-2

3-3

Clutch lever

Dyp yhoj

Shift pedal

f'k¶V iSMy

Front brake lever

vxys czsd dk yhoj

Rear brake pedal

fiNys czsd dk yhoj

Fuel tank cap

b±/ku VSad dk <Ddu

Fuel

b±/ku

Fuel cock

b±/ku dh VksaVh ¼dkWd½

Starter Lever

LVkVZj yhoj

KIck

Starter

fdd LVkVZj

Seat

lhV

Storage compartment

laxzg ¼LVksjst daikVZesaV½

Rear Shocker

fj;j 'kkWdj

Handle Seat (Luggage Carrier)

gSaMy lhV ¼yXxst dSfj;j½

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3-4

3-4

3-4

3-5

3-5

3-6

3-7

3-7

3-8

3-9

3-9

3-10

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4

PRE-OPERATION CHECKS

4-1

vkWijs'ku ¼dk;Z½ ls iwoZ tk¡p

Pre-operation check list

4-1

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5

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS

5-1

dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d ckrsa

Starting and warming up a cold engine

5-1

BaMs batu dks pkyw djuk vkSj FkksM+k xeZ djuk

Starting a warm engine

5-2

xeZ batu dks pkyw djuk

Shifting

5-2

f'¯¶Vx

Tips for reducing fuel consumption

5-4

b±/ku dh [kir dks de djus ds rjhds

Running-in

5-4

fujarj :i ¼j¯ux bu½

Parking

5-5

ik²dx

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6

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR

6-1

lkef;d j[kj[kko rFkk ekewyh fjis;j

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Tool kit

6-1

Vwy fdV

Preventive maintenance schedule

6-3

izfrca/kd ¼fizosafVo½ j[kj[kko dk 'ksM~;wy

Panel removal and installation

6-7

iSuy dks gVkuk rFkk LFkkfir djuk ¼yxkuk½

Spark plug and installation

6-9

LikdZ Iyx dh tk¡p

Engine oil

6-11

b±tu vkW;y

Air filter

6-14

,vj fQYVj

Carburetor adjustment

6-16

dkWjC;wjsVj dks lsV djuk ¼,sM~tLVesaV½

Idle speed adjustment

6-16

vkbZMy LihM ,sM~tLVesaV

Throttle cable free play adjustment

6-18

FkzkWVy dscy dh Ýh Iys ,sM~tLVesaV

Valve clearance adjustment

6-18

okYo fDy;jsal dh ,sM~tLVesaV

Tyres

6-18

Vk;j

Wheels

6-21

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Clutch lever free play adjustment

Dyp yhoj dh Ýh Iys ,sM~tLVesaV

Front brake adjustment

vxyh czsd dh ,sM~tLVesaV

Rear brake adjustment

fiNyh cszd dh ,sM~tLVesaV

Brake light switch adjustment

czsd ykbV cVu ¼fLop½ dh ,sM~tLVesaV

Checking the brake shoes

czsd 'kwt dh tk¡p

Drive chain slack check

MªkbZo pSu dh <hysiu dh tk¡p

Drive chain slack adjustment

MªkbZo pSu dh <hysiu dh ,sM~tLVesaV

Drive chain lubrication

MªkbZo pSu dh Y;wczhds'ku

Cable inspection and lubrication

dscy dh tk¡p rFkk Y;wczhds'ku

Throttle cable and grip lubrication

FkzkWVy dscy vkSj fxzi&Y;wczhds'ku

Brake and shift pedal lubrication

czsd rFkk f'k¶V iSMy dk Y;wczhds'ku

Brake and clutch lever lubrication

czsd rFkk Dyp&yhoj dk Y;wczhds'ku

Center stand lubrication

lsaVj LVsaM dk Y;wczhds'ku

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6-22

6-22

6-23

6-24

6-24

6-25

6-26

6-28

6-29

6-29

6-30

6-30

6-30

Front fork inspection

6-31

vxys QksdZ dh tk¡p

Steering inspection

6-32

LVs;¯jx dh tk¡p

Wheel bearings

6-33

ifg, dh cs;¯jx

Battery

6-33

cSV~jh

Fuse replacement

6-36

¶;wt+ dks cnyuk

Headlight bulb replacement

6-37

gSM ykbV ds cYc dk cnyuk

Turn signal and taillight bulb replacement

6-39

eqM+us okys ¼VuZ½ flXuy rFkk ihNs dh ykbV ds cYc dks cnyuk

Front wheel removal

vxys ifg, dks gVkuk

Front wheel installaion

vxys ifg, dks yxkuk

Rear wheel removal

fiNys ifg, dks gVkuk

Rear wheel installation

fiNys ifg, dks yxkuk

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6-41

6-42

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fo"k; & lwph TABLE OF CONTENTS Troubleshooting leL;k lek/kku ¼Vªcy'kw¯Vx½ Troubleshooting chart rhoz leL;k

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fo"k; & lwph TABLE OF CONTENTS Troubleshooting leL;k lek/kku ¼Vªcy'kw¯Vx½ Troubleshooting chart rhoz leL;k

Troubleshooting

leL;k lek/kku ¼Vªcy'kw¯Vx½

Troubleshooting chart

rhoz leL;k lek/kku dk pkVZ

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7

CLEANING AND STORAGE

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A.

Cleaning

¼,½ lQkbZ

B.

Storage

¼ch½ HkaMkj.k ¼LVksjst+½

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8

SPECIFICATIONS

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CUSTOMER INFORMATION

6-45

6-46

7-1

7-1

7-3

8-1

9-1

xzkgd lwpuk

Key identification number

pkWch dk igpku uañ

Frame serial number

Ýse dk lhfj;y uacj

Engine serial number

batu dk lhfj;y uacj

Facts related with Exhaust emission control .9-2

çokg&fu;a=k.k ls lacf/kr rF;

Safety norms

lqj{kk&flðk¡r

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9-1

9-1

9-1

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Warranty

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DETACHMENTS

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9-5

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10-1

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Fourteenth paid service coupon

10-3

p©ngok¡ Hkqxrku lfoZl dwiu

Thirteenth paid service coupon

10-5

rsjgok¡ Hkqxrku lfoZl dwiu

Twelveth paid service coupon

10-7

ckjgok¡ Hkqxrku lfoZl dwiu

Eleventh paid service coupon

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X;kjgok¡ Hkqxrku lfoZl dwiu

Tenth bonus free service coupon

10-11

nlok¡ c¨ul&Ýh lfoZl dwiu

Ninth bonus free service coupon

10-13

uok¡ c¨ul&Ýh lfoZl dwiu

Eighth paid service coupon

10-15

vkBok¡ Hkqxrku lfoZl dwiu

Seventh paid service coupon

10-17

lkrok¡ Hkqxrku lfoZl dwiu

Sixth free service coupon

10-19

NBk eq¶r&lfoZl dwiu

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10-21

ik¡pok¡ eq¶r&lfoZl dwiu

Fourth free service coupon

10-23

p©Fkk eq¶r&lfoZl dwiu

Third free service coupon

10-25

rhljk eq¶r&lfoZl dwiu

Second free service coupon

10-27

nwljk eq¶r&lfoZl dwiu

First free service Coupon

10-29

igyk eq¶r&lfoZl dwiu

Pre-delivery inspection

10-31

fMyojh iwoZ&fufj{k.k

Installation

10-35

baLVkys'ku

Delivery certificate

10-37

fMyojh lfVZfQdsV~l ¼çek.k&i=k½

Service record

10-39

lfoZl ¼lsok½ fjdkMZ

GREEN BOOK

gjh&iqfLrdk

Address of Area Offices

eq[; dk;Zky;kssa dk irk

ALWAYS KEEP THE ENVIRONMENT CLEAN

okrkoj.k d¨ lnk LoPN j[¨A

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ROAD SAFETY TIPS

 

SAFE RIDING

lqjf{kr lokjh

1. Before riding, you should learn to ride your motorcycle properly and all the control functions should be known to you.

 

lokjh djus ls igys vkidks viuh eksVjlkbZfdy lgh <ax ls pykuk lh[kuk pkfg, vkSj vkidks fu;a=k.k laca/kh iwjh tkudkjh gksuh pkfg,A

2. Remember that there are no legal “rights” when it comes to survival as far as Motorcyclists are concerned. The fact that you may be well within your rights is no guarantee that you will avoid a collision with a bigger vehicle whose driver fails to see you. Always ride defensively and take nothing on road for granted.

;kn j[¨&e¨VjlkbZfdy pykrs oDr vkidh viuh lqj{kk vkids vius gkFk esa gSSA vkidks ltx g¨dj e¨VjlkbZfdy dks pykuk gksxk ftlds dkj.k vki mu cM+s okgu¨ dh Vôj ls vius vkid¨ cpk ldsaxs] ftuds Mªkboj vkid¨ ns[k ugh ikrs gSA ges'kk cpko eqnzk esa ;k=kk djsa] v©j lM+d ij dksbZ [k+rjk u ysaA

3. Develop the ability to react swiftly to any unexpected road hazards or emergencies giving yourself time to spare for appropriate response.

lM+d ij fdlh ladV vFkok vkikr fLFkfr;¨a esa Lo;a d¨ 'kh?kzrk ls izfrfØ;k djus ds fy, viuh ;¨X;rk d¨ c<+k,¡A

4. Develop the ability to get the most out of your Motorcycle, But at the same time get to know its capabilities and limitations.

viuh eksVjlkbZfdy ds iw.kZ mi;ksx ds ckjsssa esa viuh n{krk c<+k;sa] ijUrq lkFk&lkFk bldh lkeF;Z vFkok lhekvksa ds ckjsa esa Hkh tkudkjh çkIr djsaA

 

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ROAD SAFETY TIPS

 

5. Ride thoughtfully, planning your route well in advance.

 

l¨p&le> dj ;k=kk djsaA viuh ;k=kk ds ekxZ dh ;¨tuk igys ls cuk ysaA

6. Give proper Signals and use Horn and Headlights judiciously.

flxuy lgh rjhds ls nsa rFkk gkuZ ,oe~ gSMykbV dk ç;¨x foosdrk ls djsaA

7. Don’t ride in another motorist’s blind spot.

nwljh xkM+h ds pkyd dks vki ges'kk fn[kkbZ nsus pkfg,A

8. Always make pre-ride safety checks before you start the Engine.

batu LVkVZ ¼pkyw½ djus ls iwoZ okgu pykus ls iwoZ dh tkus okyh lqj{kk tk¡p dj ysaA

SAFE BRAKING

lqjf{kr czs¯dx

Use the basic methods of braking effectively.

 

czs¯dx ds lgh rjhd¨ dk ç;¨x djsaA

 

1. Engine Brake : When the Throttle is released, compression backs up and acts as the Engine Brake. If the riding condition allows, reduce speed by shifting the Gear down.

 

batu czsd % tc FkzkWVy d¨ N¨M+k tkrk gS] daçs'ku okfil Åij dh vksj vkrk gS rFkk batu dh czsd ds :i esa dk;Z djrk

gSA

pykrs oDr vxj gks ldrk gS rks xkM+h d¨ fupys xh;j esa Mkydj xfr d¨ de djssaA

 

2. Front and Rear Brakes : It is important to apply equal force to the Front and Rear Brakes simultaneously.

 

vxyh rFkk fiNyh czsd %

;g vko';d gS fd vxyh rFkk fiNyh czsd ij lkFk&lkFk ,d tSlk ncko cuk;k tk,A

 

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ROAD SAFETY TIPS
CAUTION :
• Use Front and Rear Brakes simultaneously.
• Be sure not to disengage the clutch while braking.
• While riding downhill always use Engine as a Brake and never ride in Neutral Gear.
• While riding down hill do not switch off ignition while Engine is in gear.
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• vxyh rFkk fiNyh czsd dk ç;¨x lkFk&lkFk djsaA
• ;g lqfuf'pr djsa fd czsd yxkrs le; Dyp ls laidZ d¨ u N¨M+k tk,A
• fdlh igkM+h ls uhps dh vksj vkrs le; ges'kk batu d¨ czsd dh rjg ç;¨x djsa rFkk U;wVªy&xh;j esa xkM+h dHkh u
pyk,A
• Å¡pkbZ ls uhps dh rjQ vkrs gq, tc batu xh;j esa g¨ r¨ bXuh'ku ¼Toyu½ ds cVu d¨ can u djsaA
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CRUX

SALIENT FEATURES

PG1_55.pmd CRUX SALIENT FEATURES LOCKABLE SIDE FUEL TANK COLOURS TRENDY MIRROR METER PANEL COVER L.H. •
LOCKABLE SIDE FUEL TANK COLOURS TRENDY MIRROR METER PANEL COVER L.H. • Modern graphics •
LOCKABLE SIDE
FUEL TANK
COLOURS
TRENDY MIRROR
METER PANEL
COVER L.H.
• Modern graphics
• Yamaha Black
• 360º swivel to suit rider
• User friendly
• With knee grip
• Candy Maroon
preference
• Modern Graphics
• SafeStorage of
- Toolkit
- First aid kit
- Registration paper
BIG ROUND HEADLIGHT
• Deep peneration & wider
illumination with multireflector.
• Easily adjustable
LUGGAGECARRIER
• Better aestetics
• Carry 3 Kgs. Max.
IMPROVED TFF
• With double lip oil seal
TRENDY INDICATORS
• Comfortable suspension
• Better aesthetics
MUDGUARD
DOUBLE SADDLE
• Extra long and cushined
• Chrome Plated
• Comfort for rider and pillion
rider
ENGINE WITHADVANCED
TECHNOLOGY
• Power - 7.60 PS @7500 RPM
NEW MUFFLER ASSY.
• Torque - 0.80 mkgf @ 6000 RPM
• Meets 2005 Emission
Norms
• Balanced, superior combination of
power and optimum fuel efficiency
DOUBLE CRADLE
DIGITAL CDI
FRAME
• Digitally controlled ignition
for optimum combustion at
all speeds.
• Smoother exhaust beats
thru improved carburetor
• With protecor shield (safety)
• Use of AIS to meet Emission
• Use of Catalyst
For absolute
stability and ruggedness.
Norms

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Use of AIS to meet Emission • Use of Catalyst For absolute stability and ruggedness. Norms
çeq[k Ñfr;k¡ ¼QhplZ½ CRUX ykWd fd;k gqvk lkbM doj ¼ck¡;k½ • vk/kqfud xzkfQDl • fuEu

çeq[k Ñfr;k¡ ¼QhplZ½

CRUX

çeq[k Ñfr;k¡ ¼QhplZ½ CRUX ykWd fd;k gqvk lkbM doj ¼ck¡;k½ • vk/kqfud xzkfQDl • fuEu ds

ykWd fd;k gqvk lkbM doj ¼ck¡;k½

vk/kqfud xzkfQDl

fuEu ds fy, lqjf{kr LFkku

- jftLVªs'ku isij

- Vwy fdV

- çkFkfed fpfdRlk fdV

b±/ku dk VSad jax ?kqokonkj 'kh'ks ehVj iSuy • ;kekgk dkyk] • lokjh dh çkFkfedrkv¨a
b±/ku dk VSad
jax
?kqokonkj 'kh'ks
ehVj iSuy
• ;kekgk dkyk]
• lokjh dh çkFkfedrkv¨a ds
• vk/kqfud xzkfQDl
• dSaMh eS:u
vuqlkj 360º ij ?kweus okys
• ?kqVus ds fu;a=k.k lfgr
• ç;¨xdrkZ dk
lg;¨xh
cMh x¨y gSMykbV
• eYVhfjQySDVj ds lkFk nwj
rd vf/kd ped ds fy;s
• vklkuh ls ,MtLV g¨us okyh
• T;knk lqanj
mUur Vhñ,Qñ,Qñ
• n¨gjs fdukjs dh vkW;y
lhy ds lkFk
• vkjkenk;d lLisa'ku
mUur ç¨|¨fxd ls lqlfTtr batu
eMxkMZ
ubZ eQyj vlsacyh
• ikWoj ¼'kfDr½&7.60 ihñ ,lñ ( 7500 pDdj çfr
feuV dh ek=kk ij
• Økse IysfVax ds LkkFk
• 2005 ds iznq"k.k fu;eksa d¨
iwjk djrs gq,
• VkdZ & 0.80 fdñxzkñ ehVj Q¨lZ
6000 pDdj çfr feuV dh ek=kk ij
• lkFk esa mÙke dkc¨ZjsVj ds ek/;e ls 'kfDr dk
Mcy ØsMy Ýse
• ,Xt+kLV dh e nqy vkokt+
Js"B rkyesy vkSj ekbZystA
• lqj{kk dop lfgr
• iznq"k.k fu;eksa ds fy;s ,ñvkbZñ,lñ dk iz;ksxA
• iw.kZ fLFkjrk v©j
etcwrh ds fy,A
• dsVkfyLV dks iz;ksx

yXxst dSfj;j

vf/kDre 3 fdñxzkñ ds fy,

baMhdsVj

vf/kd lqnaj

n¨gjh lhV

vf/kd yach rFkk xísnkj

pykus okys rFkk ihNs cSBus okys ds fy, vkjke

fMftVy lhñMhñvkbZñ

çR;sd xfr ij vf/kdre ngu ds fy, fu;af=kr ToyuA

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fooj.k

DESCRIPTION

STANDARD VEHICLE ewy xkM+h PG1_55.pmd fooj.k DESCRIPTION Left view 1. Fuel cock b±/ku VSad 2. Choke

Left view

1. Fuel cock

b±/ku VSad

2. Choke Lever

pksd yhoj

3. Fuse

¶;wt+

4. Battery

cSV~jh

5. Storage Compartment

LVksjst dEikVZesaV

15

ckb± & vkÑfr 1 2 3 456 7 10 9 8 (page 3-6) 6. Toolkit
ckb± & vkÑfr
1
2
3
456
7
10
9
8
(page
3-6)
6.
Toolkit
(page
6-1)
Vwy fdV
(page
3-7)
7. Handle Seat (Luggage Carrier)
(page
3-10)
gSaMy lhV ¼yXxst dSfj;j½
(page
6-36)
8. Drive chain free play check window (page
6-25)
(page
6-33)
MªkbZo psu ds <+hysiu dks tk¡p djus
dk LFkku
9. Side panel (L.H.) lock
(page
6-7)
lkbM iSuy ¼ck;k¡½
(page
3-9)
10. Shift pedal
(page
3-4)

2.1

f'k¶V ykWd iSMy

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(page 6-7) lkbM iSuy ¼ck;k¡½ (page 3-9) 10. Shift pedal (page 3-4) 2.1 f'k¶V ykWd iSMy
fooj.k DESCRIPTION Right view nkb± & vkÑfr 14 11 12 13 16 15 11. Rear
fooj.k
DESCRIPTION
Right view
nkb± & vkÑfr
14
11
12
13
16 15
11. Rear shock absorber
(page
3-9)
14. Seat
(page
3-8)
fiNyk 'kkWd ,Ct+kcZj
lhV
12. Air filter
(page
6-14)
15. Engine oil filler cap
(page
6-11)
,;j fQYVj
batu vkW;y Hkjus ds fy, dSi
13. Kick starter
(page
3-7)
16. Rear brake pedal
(page
3-4,6-23)
fdd LVkVZj
fiNyk czsd iSMy
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ewy xkM+h
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fooj.k

DESCRIPTION Control / Instruments fu;a=k.k@baLVweª aVs 19 20 21 23 17 24 18 22 25
DESCRIPTION
Control / Instruments
fu;a=k.k@baLVweª aVs
19
20
21
23
17
24
18
22
25
17.
Clutch lever
(page 3-3)
21.
Indicator
(page 3-2, 3-3)
Dyp yhoj
baMhdsVj
STANDARD VEHICLE
ewy xkM+h

18. Left handlebar switches With Pass Beam

(page 3-3)

ckb± gS.Myckj ds cVu

19. Speedometer

(page 3-2)

LihMksehVj

20. Main switch cum steering lock

(page 3-1)

eq[; cVu vFkkZr LVs;¯jx ykWd

17

22.

Indicator

Lights

baMhdsVj ykbV

23. Front brake lever

2.3

24.

25.

vxyk czsd yhoj

Throttle grip

FkzkWVy&fxzi

Fuel tank cap

b±/ku VSad dh dSi

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(page 3-2, 3-3)

(page 3.4, 6-22)

(page 6-17)

(page 3-5)

Fuel tank cap b±/ku VSad dh dSi 9/24/2005, 7:52 AM (page 3-2, 3-3) (page 3.4, 6-22)
;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS Main switch cum steering lock eq[;

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS Main switch cum steering lock eq[; cVu vFkkZr~ LVs;¯jx
mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS Main switch cum steering lock eq[; cVu vFkkZr~ LVs;¯jx

Main switch cum steering lock

eq[; cVu vFkkZr~ LVs;¯jx ykWd%

The main switch controls the ignition and lighting system. Its operation is described below.

eq[; cVu ¼fLop½ Toyu rFkk izdk'k dh iz.kkfy;ksa dks fu;af=kr djrk gSA bldh izfØ;k uhps nh xbZ gSA ON pkyw djuk :

Electrical circuit are switched on. The engine can be started. The key cannot be removed in this position.

fctyh ds lHkh l£dV pkyw gSaA batu pkyw fd;k tk ldrk gSA bl gkyr esa pkWch dks ckgj ugha fudkyk tk ldrk gSA

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1. Push nckuk

2. Release NksM+uk

3. Turn ?kqekuk

OFF can djuk :

Engine will be shut off. All electrical circuits are switched off. The key can be removed in this position.

batu can gks tk,xkA fctyh ds lHkh l£dV can gSaA bl gkyr esa pkWch dks ckgj fudkyk tk ldrk gSA LOCK ykWd djuk :

The steering is locked in this position and all electrical circuits are switched off.

fLV;¯jx bl voLFkk eas ykWd gks tkrk gS vkSj fctyh ds lHkh l£dV~l can gks tkrs gaAS

3.1

The key can be removed in this position.

bl gkyr esa pkWch dks ckgj fudkyk tk ldrk gSA

To lock the steering, turn the handlebars all the way to the left or right. With the key at “OFF”, push it into the main switch and release it,turn it counterclockwise to “LOCK”

and remove it. To release the lock,

turn the key to “OFF”.

fLV;¯jx dks ^ykWd* djus ds fy, ^gS.My&ckj* dks ges'kk ckb± vFkok nkb± vksj ?kqek,¡A pkWch dks ^vkWQ* okys LFkku ij ykdj] bls eq[; cVu dh vksj nck,¡ rFkk NksM+ nsa] rc pkWch dks nk,¡ ls ck,¡ ?kqekrs gq, ^ykWd* okys LFkku ij ys tk,¡ vkSj pkWch ckgj fudky ysaA ykWd [kksyus ds fy, pkWch dks ?kqekdj ^vkWQ* ds fu'kku ij ys vk,¡A

WARNINGds fy, pkWch dks ?kqekdj ^vkWQ* ds fu'kku ij ys vk,¡A Never turn the key to

WARNING

Never turn the key to “LOCK” when the Motorcycle is moving.

pssrkouh

pssrkouh

pssrkouh

pyrh gqbZ eksVjlkbfdy esa dHkh Hkh pkWch dks ^ykWd* okys LFkku dh vksj u ?kqek,¡A

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is moving. pssrkouh pyrh gqbZ eksVjlkbfdy esa dHkh Hkh pkWch dks ^ykWd* okys LFkku dh vksj
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;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 2 1 1. Speedometer LihMksehVj 2. Odometer vkWMksehVj
2 1
2
1

1. Speedometer

LihMksehVj

2. Odometer vkWMksehVj

Speedometer

LihMksehVj

riding

speed.

LihMksehVj eksVjlkbZdy dh xfr dks n'kkZrk gSA

This speedometer is equipped with an odometer.

bl LihMksehVj esa ,d vkWMksehVj Hkh gksrk gSA

The

speedometer

shows

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1 2 3
1 2
3

1. Neutral indicator light “N”

U;wVªy bafMdsVj ykbZV ^,u*

2. Turn indicator light “

”

eqM+us ¼VuZ½ ds fy, bafMdsVj ykbZV

3. High beam indicator light “

”

Turn indicator light “

”

eqM+us ¼VuZ½ ds fy, bafMdsVj ykbZV

The indicator flashes when the turn switch is moved to the left or right.

tc bafMdsVj ds cVu dks ckb± vFkok nkb± rjQ ?kqekrs gSa rks bafMdsVj pedrk gSA

High beam indicator light “

gSa rks bafMdsVj pedrk gSA High beam indicator light “ ” rhoz izdk'k ¼gkbZ che½ dh

rhoz izdk'k ¼gkbZ che½ dh bafMdsVj ykbZV

This indicator comes on when the

headlight high beam is used.

;g bafMdsVj rc pedrk gS tc gsMykbZV dks

rhoz izdk'k ds fy, iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gSA

nwjLFk izdk'k ¼gkbZ che½ ds fy, bafMdsVj ykbZV

Indicator lights

bafMdsVj ykbZV~l

Neutral indicator light “N”

U;wVªy bafMdsVj ykbZV “N” %

This indicator comes on when the transmission is in neutral.

Vªkaleh'ku ds rVLFk ¼U;wVªy½ gksus ij ;g bafMdsVj izn£'kr gksrk gSA

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is in neutral. Vªkaleh'ku ds rVLFk ¼U;wVªy½ gksus ij ;g bafMdsVj izn£'kr gksrk gSA 3.2 9/24/2005,
;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 1 2 3 4 1. Dimmer

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 1 2 3 4 1. Dimmer Switch fMej&fLop 2. Light
1 2 3 4
1
2
3
4

1. Dimmer Switch

fMej&fLop

2. Light switch

ykbZV fLop

3. Turn signal cum cancellation switch “

”

flXuy cnyus vFkok dSafly djus dk cVu ¼fLop½

4. Horn switch

gkWuZ dk cVu Handlebar switches

gS.Myckj ds cVu

Dimmer switch

fMej fLop %

Turn the switch to “

ds cVu Dimmer switch fMej fLop % Turn the switch to “ ” for the high

” for the high

beam and to “ ” for the low beam.

“ ” for the high beam and to “ ” for the low beam. ” ds

ds fu'kku

ij ys tk,¡A rFkk ßyks cheÞ jks'kuh ds fy,

cVu dks “ ”ds fu'kkku ij ys tk;saA

rhoz jks'kuh ds fy, cVu dks

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Turn signal switch

ladsr ¼flXuy½ cnyus ds cVu

To signal a right-hand turn, push the switch

to “

ds cVu To signal a right-hand turn, push the switch to “ ”. To signal a

”. To signal a left-hand turn, push

the switch to “

”. Once the switch is“ ”. To signal a left-hand turn, push the switch to “ released it will return

released it will return to the center position.

To cancel the signal, push the switch in

after it has returned to the center position.

nkb± vksj eqM+us dk ladsr nsus ds fy, cVu dks bl

“

fu'kku ij ys tk;a s rFkk ckb± rjQ eqM+us dk

ladsr nsus ds fy, cVu dks bl “ ” fu'kku ij ys tk;aAs tSls gh cVu dk NksMaxs + s cVu vius vki chp ea s vk

tk;sxkA flXuy dks daflyS ¼gVkus½ djus ds fy, tc

cVu okfil chp eas vk tk;s] bls nck;aAs

djus ds fy, tc cVu okfil chp eas vk tk;s] bls nck;aAs Horn switch “ gkWuZ

Horn switch “

gkWuZ dk cVu

Press the switch to sound the horn.

gkWuZ ctkus ds cVu dks nck,¡A

Lights switch

jks'kuh ds cVu

”

”, turns

on the meter light and taillight. Turning the

light switch to “ on also.

ehVj dh ykbZV rFkk ihNs dh ykbZV tykus

Turning the light switch to “

rFkk ihNs dh ykbZV tykus Turning the light switch to “ ”, turns the headlight 3.3

”, turns the headlightrFkk ihNs dh ykbZV tykus Turning the light switch to “ 3.3 1 ds fy,] ykbZV

3.3

1
1

ds fy,] ykbZV ds cVu dks bl rjQ ?kqek,asA gsMykbZV~l dks lkFk esa pkyq djus ds fy, ykbZV ds cVu dks bl fu'kku

”
“

ij ys vk;saA

Clutch lever

Dyp yhoj

The clutch lever ¿ is located on the left handlebar. Pull the clutch lever to the handlebar to disengage the clutch, and release the lever to engage the clutch. The lever should be pulled rapidly and released slowly for smooth clutch operation.

Dyp yhoj gaMyckjS ds ckb± rjQ yxk gksrk gSA Dyp dks vyx djus ds fy,] Dyp yhoj dks gaMyckjS dh vksj [khapas rFkk Dyp dks tksM+us ds fy, yhoj dks NksM+ naAs Dyp izfØ;k dks lgt cukus ds fy, yhoj dks rsth ls [khapuk pkfg, vkSj /khjs&/khjs NksM+uk pkfg,A

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Dyp izfØ;k dks lgt cukus ds fy, yhoj dks rsth ls [khapuk pkfg, vkSj /khjs&/khjs NksM+uk
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;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 1 1 1 1. Shift pedal f'k¶V iSMy 1. Front
1 1 1 1. Shift pedal f'k¶V iSMy 1. Front brake lever vxyh czsd dk
1
1
1
1. Shift pedal f'k¶V iSMy
1.
Front brake lever
vxyh czsd dk yhoj
1.
Rear brake pedal fiNyk czsd isMy

Shift pedal f'k¶V iSMy The shift pedal is located on the left side of the engine and is used in combination with the clutch when shifting.

f'k¶V iSMy batu ds ckb± rjQ yxk gksrk gS rFkk f'k¯ ¶Vx ds le; Dyp ds lkFk bldk iz;ksx fd;k tkrk gSA

Use your toe or heel to shift up and your toe to shift down.

bls Åij dh vksj mBkus ds fy, viuh ,M+h vFkok iSj ds vxys fgLls dk iz;ksx djsa rFkk uhps dh vksj ys tkus ds fy,] dsoy iSj ds vxys fgLls dk gh iz;ksx djsaA

Front brake lever

vxyh czsd dk yhoj

The front brake lever is located on the right handlebar. Pull it toward the handlebar to apply the front brake.

vxyh csdz dk yhoj nkb± rjQ dh gaMyckjS ij yxk gksrk gSA vxyh czsd yxkus ds fy, bls gSaMyckj dh rjQ gh [khapksA

Rear brake pedal

fiNyk czsd isMy

The rear brake pedal is on the right side of the Motorcycle. Press down on the brake pedal to apply the rear brake.

fiNyk cszd isMy eksVjlkbZfdy ds nk;ha rjQ gSA czsd yxkus ds fy;s iSj ls bls uhps dh rjQ nck;saA

USE BOTH BRAKES SIMULTANEOUSLY

nksuksa cszd dk iz;ksx lkFk&lkFk djsaA

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uhps dh rjQ nck;saA USE BOTH BRAKES SIMULTANEOUSLY nksuksa cszd dk iz;ksx lkFk&lkFk djsaA 21 3.4
;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 1 1. Open [kksyuk Fuel tank

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 1 1. Open [kksyuk Fuel tank cap b±/ku dh Vadh
1
1

1. Open [kksyuk

Fuel tank cap

b±/ku dh Vadh dk <Ddu TO OPEN [kksyus ds fy,

Insert the key and turn it 1/4 turn clockwise. The lock will be released and the cap can be opened.

pkWch dks blesa Mkyks vkSj ,d pkSFkkbZ Hkkx rd] bls ckb± ls nkb± vksj ys tkrs gq, ?kqekvksA rkyk ¼ykWd½ [kqy tk,xk rFkk <Ddu dks Hkh [kksyk tk ldrk gSA TO CLOSE can djus ds fy, :

Push the tank cap into position with the key inserted. To remove the key, turn it counterclockwise to the original position.

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pkWch vanj Mkydj Vadh ds <Ddu ¼dSi½ dks nckvks] pkWch ckgj fudkyus ds fy,

nkb± ls ckb± vksj ?kqekrs gq, bls bldh lgh txg ij ys vk,aA

NOTE:

This tank cap cannot be closed unless the key is in the lock. The key
This tank cap cannot be closed
unless the key is in the lock. The key
cannot be removed if the cap is not
locked properly.
uksV:
vxj pkch ykWd esa u gks rks Vadh ds
<Ddu dks can ugha fd;k tk ldrkA
;fn <Ddu lgh rjhds ls can ugha fd;k
x;k gks rks] pkWch dks ckgj ugha fudkyk
tk ldrkA
WARNING
Be sure the cap is properly installed
and locked in place before riding
the Motorcycle
psrkouh
eksVj lkbZdy pykus ls igys ;g lqfuf'pr djas
fd <Ddu ¼dSi½ vius LFkku ij Bhd rjg ls cSB
x;k gS vkSj can ¼ykWd½ gks x;k gSA

3.5

ij Bhd rjg ls cSB x;k gS vkSj can ¼ykWd½ gks x;k gSA 3.5 1. Filter

1. Filter tube fQYVj V~;wc

2. Fuel level b±/ku dk Lrj ¼ysoy½

Fuel b±/ku

Make sure there is sufficient fuel in the tank. Fill the fuel tank to the bottom of the filter tube as shown in the illustration

lqfuf'pr djsa fd Vadh ds vanj i;kZIr b±/ku gSA tSlk fd fp=k esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA b±/ku VSad dks ^fQYVj V~;wc* ds fupys fgLls rd HkjsaA

WARNING
WARNING

Do not overfill the fuel tank, avoid spilling fuel on the hot engine. Do not fill fuel tank above the bottom of the filter tube to avoid its spillage.

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;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS psrkouh b±/ku dh Vadh fQYVj Vadh dh fupyh lrg ls
psrkouh
psrkouh

b±/ku dh Vadh fQYVj Vadh dh fupyh lrg ls Åij u Hkjsa] vU;Fkk b±/ku ds xeZ gksus rFkk ckn esa blds QSyus ij ;g Vadh ls ckgj vk ldrk gSA cgrsa gq, b±/ku dks xeZ batu ij fxjus ls cpk,aA

CAUTION :

OFF 1
OFF
1
ON 1
ON
1

Always wipe off spilled fuel immediately with a dry and clean soft cloth. Fuel may deteriorate painted surfaces or plastic parts.

lko/kkuh%

lko/kkuh%

Nyds gq,kb±/ku dks rqjar eqyk;e lkQ diM+s dh lgk;rk ls lkQ djsaA b±/ku isaV dh gqbZ lrg o IykfLV ds midj.kksa dks [kjkc dj ldrk gSA

Recommended Fuel ¼vf/kÑr b±/ku½:

Regular gasoline (Petrol) lkekU; nzO; ¼iSVªksy½

Fuel tank capacity ¼b±/ku Vadh dh ek=kk½:

Total ¼dqy½

:

11.0L

Reserve ¼fjt+oZ½

:

1.4L

1. Arrow mark rhj dk fu'kku

Fuel cock ¶;wy ¼b±/ku½ dkWd

The fuel cock supplies fuel from the tank to the carburetor while filtering it also. The fuel cock has three positions, which should be set as shown in the illustrations.

^¶;wy dkWd* b±/ku dks Vadh ls dkWjC;wjsVj esa Hkstus ds lkFk&lkFk bls Nkuus dk dke Hkh djrh gSA b±/ku dkWd dh rhu voLFkk,a gSa ftUgsa n'kkZ, x, fp=kksa ds vuqlkj O;ofLFkr djuk pkfg,A

OFF: With the fuel cock in this position, fuel will not flow. Always set the fuel cock to this position when the engine is not running.

1. Arrow mark rhj dk fu'kku

can djuk % ¶;wy dkWd dks ^vkWQ* dh voLFkk esa ykus ij b±/ku dk vkokxeu :d tk,xkA tc batu pkyw u gks rks ges'kk b±/ku ¼¶;wy dkWd½ dks blh voLFkk esa O;ofLFkr djasA

ON : With the fuel cock in this position, fuel flows to the carburettor. Set the fuel cock to this position when starting the engine and while riding.

pkyw djuk% ¶;wy dkWd* dks ^vkWu* dh fLFkfr esa ykus ij b±/ku dkWjC;wjsVj dh rjQ tk,xkA tc b±tu dks LVkVZ djuk gks;k eksVjlkbZfdy pykuh gks rks b±/ku ¶;wy dkWd dks blh voLFkk eas ysdj vk,aA

IT IS A GOOD PRACTICE TO RETURN THE FUEL COCK LEVER TO “OFF” POSITION WHEN ENGINE IS NOT RUNNING

tc batu pkyw gkyr esa u gks rks ¶;wy dkWd ds yhoj dks okil ^vkWQ* dh fLFkfr esa ykdj j[kuk ,d vPNh vknr gS

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gkyr esa u gks rks ¶;wy dkWd ds yhoj dks okil ^vkWQ* dh fLFkfr esa ykdj
;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS RES 1 1. Arrow mark rhj

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS RES 1 1. Arrow mark rhj dk fu'kku RES: This
RES 1
RES
1

1. Arrow mark rhj dk fu'kku

RES: This indicates reserve. If you run out of fuel while riding, set the fuel cock to this position. Fill the tank at the first oppor- tunity. Be sue to set the fuel cock back to “ON” after refuel- ing.

fjt+oZ % ;g ^fjt+oZ* dks n'kkZrk gSA ;fn eksVjlkbfdy pykrs gq, b±/ku lekIr gksrk gqvk yxs rks b±/ku dh dkWd dks ^fjt+oZ* dh voLFkk esa ys vk,aA igyk ekSdk feyrs gh] Vadh dks Hkjok ysaaA isVªksy Hkjokus ds ckn ¶;wYk dkWd dks fQj ls ^vkWu* ds fu'kku ij yk;saA

ds ckn ¶;wYk dkWd dks fQj ls ^vkWu* ds fu'kku ij yk;saA 1. Choke lever pkWd

1.

Choke lever

pkWd yhoj

Choke lever pksd yhoj

Starting a cold engine requires a richer air-fuel mixture. A separate starter circuit supplies this mixture.

BaMs batu dks pkyw ¼LVkVZ½ djus ds fy, vR;f/kd gok rFkk b±/kUk ds feJ.k dh vko';drk gksrh gSA vyx ls ,d ^LVkVZj l£dV* bl feJ.k dk forj.k ¼lIykbZ½ djrk gSA

• Push the Choke Lever in “DOWN” direction to turn “ON” choke.

^vkWu* dh fLFkfr esa ykus ds fy,&^pkWd* yhoj dks ^uhps* dh fn'kk esa ykvksA

1
1

1.

Kick starter

fdd LVkVZj

Push the Choke Lever in “UP” direction to turn “OFF” choke.

pksd yhoj dks can ¼vkWQ½ djus ds fy, bls Åij dh fn'kk esa mBk;saA

Kick-starter fdd LVkVZj Raise the right footrest, and rotate the kick starter away from the engine. Push the kick starter down lightly with your foot until the gears engage, then kick smoothly and forcefully to start the engine. This model has a primary-coupled kick starter so the engine can be started in any gear if the clutch is disengaged. However, shifting to neutral before starting is recommended.

NEVER MIX OIL IN PETROL isVªksy esa rsy dHkh u feyk,aA

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;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS nkb± rjQ ds QqVjsLV dks Åij dh vksj mBk,a rFkk

nkb± rjQ ds QqVjsLV dks Åij dh vksj mBk,a rFkk ^fdd LVkVZj* dks batu ls nwj ysa tk,aA fdd LVkVZj dks ikao ls uhps dh rjQ nck,a tc rd fd fx;lZ dk vkil esa leUo; u gks tk,] rc batu dks pkyw ¼LVkVZ½ djus ds fy, ^fdd* dks lgtrk ls vkSj tksj yxkdj nck,aA bl ekWMy esa izkFkfed :i ls tqM+k gqvk fdd&LVkVZj gksrk gS] ftlls batu dks fdlh Hkh xh;j esa] Dyp ds vyx gksus dh fLFkfr esa Hkh LVkVZ ¼pkyw½ fd;k tk ldrk gSA tcfd batu LVkVZ djus ls igys fx;lZ dks cnydj ^U;wVªy* dh voLFkk esa ykus dh flQkfj'k dh tkrh gSA

1 2
1
2

1. Open [kksysa

2. Open [kksysa

Opening of Seat

lhV dks [kksyuk To remove gVkus ds fy,

per

instructions on page 6-8.

lhV gVkus ds fy, 6-8 ij fn, x;s funsZ'kksa ds vuqlkj lkbM&iSuyksa dks [kksysaA

Remove the two bolts 1 and 2 as shown in figure. Lift the front of the seat and slide forward to remove.

n'kkZ, x, fp=kuqlkj 1 o 2 uacj ds c¨YV¨ d¨ [k¨yaAs lhV ds vxys fgLls d¨ Åij dh v¨j mBk,¡ rFkk bls gVkus ds fy,

Open

side

panels

as

2 1
2
1

1. Seat Holder lhV g¨YMj

2. Projection ç¨tsD'ku

vkxs dh rjQ f[kLdkrs gq, ys tk,¡A To install lhV d¨ yxkuk

Insert the projection on the rear of seat in to seat holder. Then push down on front of the seat and tighten the bolts on the left and right hand side of the seat.

ç¨tsD'ku d¨ lhV ds fiNys fgLls ds Åij lhV g¨YMj esa cSBk,¡A mlds ckn] lhV d¨ vkxs dh v¨j dh ls uhps dh rjQ nck,¡ rFkk isap¨a d¨ lhV dh nkb± rFkk ckb± rjQ ls dl nsaA

ALWAYS USE AHELMET WHILE RIDING FOR YOUR SAFETY

;k=kk djrs le; viuh lqj{kk ds fy, ges'kk gsyesV dk ç;¨x djsaA

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;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 1 1. Storage compartment HkaMkj.k d{k

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½ INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS 1 1. Storage compartment HkaMkj.k d{k Storage compartment
1
1

1. Storage compartment

HkaMkj.k d{k

Storage compartment

HkaMkj.k d{k

The storage compartment is located inside the L.H. Side Cover.

HkaMkj.k d{k] ck,¡ lkbM ds doj ds vanj LFkkfir fd;k x;k gSA

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1
1

1. Rear Shock Absorber

fiNyk‘'kkWd ,ct+kjcj

Rear Shock Absorber

fiNyk‘'kkWd ,ct+kjcj

Fixed Type - No adjustment required.

LFk;h izdkj dk & O;ofLFkr djus dh vko';drk ugha gSA

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;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

;a=k vkSj fu;a=k.k mi;ksx ¼QaD'kaUl½

INSTRUMENT AND CONTROL FUNCTIONS

 
1
1
 

1.

HandleSeat (Luggage Carrier)

gSaMylhV ¼yXxst dSfj;j½

Handle Seat (Luggage Carrier)/ Assist Grip

gaMylhVS

¼yXxst dSfj;j½@vflLV fxzi

Maximum load carrying capacity - 3.0 Kgs.

 

ot+u <ksus dh vf/kDre {kerk& 3.0 fdñxzkñ

 

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PRE-OPERATION CHECKS Owners are personally responsible for their vehicle’s condition. Your Motorcycle’s vital

PRE-OPERATION CHECKS

PRE-OPERATION CHECKS Owners are personally responsible for their vehicle’s condition. Your Motorcycle’s vital

Owners are personally responsible for their vehicle’s condition. Your Motorcycle’s vital functions can start to deteriorate quickly and unexpectedly-even if it remains unused (for instance, if it is exposed to the elements). Any damage, fluid leak or loss of tyre pressure could have serious consequence Therefore’ it is very important that, in addition to a thorough visual inspection, you check the following points before each ride.

PRE-OPERATION CHECK LIST

ITEM

CHECKS

PAGE

Front brake

• Check operation, condition and free play.

3-4, 6-22

• Adjust if necessary.

Rear brake

• Check operation, condition and free play.

3-4, 6-23

• Adjust if necessary.

Clutch

• Check operation, condition and free play.

3-3-, 6-22

• Adjust if necessary.

Throttle grip and housing

• Check for smooth operation.

6-17, 6-29

• Lubricate if necessary.

 

• Check oil level.

 

Engine oil

• Fill with oil if necessary.

6-11, 6-12

 

• Check chain slack and condition.

 

Drive chain

• Lubricate if necessary.

6-25, 6-26

• Adjust if necessary.

Wheels and tyres

• Check tyre pressure, wear, damage and spoke tightness.

6-18 – 6-21

• Tighten spokes if necessary.

Control and meter cable

• Check for smooth operation.

6-29

• Lubricate if necessary.

Brake and shift pedal shafts

• Check for smooth operation.

6-30

• Lubricate if necessary.

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ITEM

CHECKS

PAGE

Brake and clutch lever pivots

• Check for smooth operation.

6-30

• Lubricate if necessary.

Center stand pivot

• Check for smooth operation.

6-30

• Lubricate if necessary.

Chassis fasteners

• Make sure that all nuts, bolts, and screws are properly tightened

 

• Tighten if necessary.

-

 

• Check fuel level.

 

Fuel Tank

• Fill with fuel if necessary.

3-5, 3.6

Lights, signals and switches

• Check for proper operation.

3-2, 6-37

 

• Check fluid level.

 

Battery

• Fill with distilled water if necessary.

6-33 – 6-35

NOTE :

Pre-operator checks should be made each time the Motorcycle is used. Such an inspection can be accomplished in a very short time; and the added safety it assures is more than worth the time involved.

WARNING
WARNING

If any item in the Pre-Operation Check is not working properly, have it inspected and repaired before operating the Motorcycle.

IF WAITING AT TRAFFIC SIGNAL IS FOR LONG, SWITCH OFF THE ENGINE TO PROTECT THE ENVIRONMENT AND TO LOWER FUEL CONSUMPTION

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dk;Z&iwoZ tk¡p okgu ekfyd] vius e¨Vj lkbZdy dh gkyr ds fy, Lo;a gh ftEesnkj gSA

dk;Z&iwoZ tk¡p

dk;Z&iwoZ tk¡p okgu ekfyd] vius e¨Vj lkbZdy dh gkyr ds fy, Lo;a gh ftEesnkj gSA ;fn

okgu ekfyd] vius e¨Vj lkbZdy dh gkyr ds fy, Lo;a gh ftEesnkj gSA ;fn ;g ç;¨x esa Hkh ugh yk;k tkrk gS] rc Hkh vkidh e¨Vj lkbZdy dh vko';d fØ;kv¨a dk vdLekr~ rFkk rhozrk ls {k; g¨uk 'kq# g¨ ldrk gSA ¼mnkgj.kr% ewy rRo¨ tSls ikuh] gok rFkk vfXu bR;kfn½ ds laidZ esa vkus ij fdlh Hkh rjg dh {kfr] nzo dk fjluk] Vk;j esa de ncko ds xaHkhj ifj.kke g¨ ldrs gSA vr% ;g vfrvko;';d gS fd i;kZIr n f"Vxr tk¡p ds lkFk&lkFk çR;sd ;k=kk ls igys] vki fuEufyf[kr ikb±Vksa ij Hkh /;ku nsaA

dk;Z&iwoZ tk¡p&fyLV

oLrq

tk¡p

i"B

vxys czsd

çfd;k] fLFkfr rFkk Ýh Iys dh tk¡p djsaA

 

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨] ,MtLV djsaA

3-4, 6-22

fiNys czsd

çfd;k] fLFkfr rFkk Ýh Iys dh tk¡p djsaA

 

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨] ,MtLV djsaA

3-4, 6-23

 

çfd;k] fLFkfr rFkk Ýh Iys dh tk¡p djsaA

 

Dyp

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨] ,MtLV djsaA

3-3-, 6-22

FkzkWVy fxzi rFkk gkm¯lx

lgt&fØ;k ds fy, tk¡psA

 

vko';d g¨ r¨ yqczhds'ku djsaA

6-17, 6-29

batu vkW;y

rsy ds Lrj ¼yscy½ dh tk¡p djsaA

6-11, 6-12

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ blesa rsy bR;kfn MkysaA

 

psu dh f'kfFkyrk ,oa fLFkfr dh tk¡p djsaA

 

Mªkbo&psu

vko';d g¨ r¨ yqczhds'ku djsaA

6-25, 6-26

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨] ,MtLV djsaA

ifg, rFkk Vk;j

Vk;j ds ncko] f?klko] {kfr rFkk ifg, dh rhfy;¨a ds ncko dh tk¡p djsaA

6-18 – 6-21

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ rhfy;¨a d¨ dl nsaA

fu;a=k.k rFkk ehVj dh rkj

lkekU; dk;Z ds fy, tk¡p ysaA

6-29

vko';d g¨ r¨ yqczhdsV djsaA

czsd rFkk f'k¶V iSMy 'kk¶V

lkekU; dk;Z ds fy, tk¡p ysaA

6-30

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ rsy&xzhl vkfn ls yqczhdsV djsaA

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dk;Z&iwoZ tk¡p

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oLrq

tk¡p

i"B

czsd rFkk Dyp yhoj ds fioV ¼pwys½

lkekU; fØ;k ds fy, tk¡psA.

6-30

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ yqczhdsV djsaA

lsaVj LVsaM fioV ¼pwy½

lkekU; fØ;k ds fy, tk¡psA.

6-30

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ yqczhdsV djsaA

psfll ds uV&c¨YV vkfn

lqfuf'pr djsa fd gj rjg ds uV] c¨YV] isap lgh rjhds ls dls x, gSA

 

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ dl nsaA

-

b±/ku dh Vadh

b±/ku dk Lrj tk¡p ysaA

3-5, 3-6

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ b±/ku Hkj ysaA

ykbV] flxuy rFkk cVu

mfpr fØ;k ds fy, tk¡p ysaA

3-2, 6-37

 

nzO; ds Lrj dh tk¡p djsaA

 

cSVjh

;fn vko';d g¨ r¨ ÞfMfLVyM okWVjß ls Hkj nsaA

6-33 – 6-35

u¨V %

gj ckj] tc Hkh e¨Vj lkbZfdy ç;¨x djsa] dk;Z&iwoZ tk¡p vo'; djuh pkfg,A bl rjg dh tk¡p cgqr de le; ds vanj iwjh dh tk ldrh gS rFkk bl rjg dh vfrfjDr lqj{kk le; yxkus dh vis{kk vf/kd fo'oluh; g¨rh gSA

psrkouh
psrkouh

;fn dk;Z iwoZ tk¡p esa d¨bZ pht Bhd rjg ls dke u dj jgh g¨ r¨ e¨VjlkbZfdy pykus ls igys bldk fujh{k.k rFkk ejEer djok ysaA

;fn VªSfQd&flXuy ij T;knk nsj rd #duk iM+ tk;s r¨ okrkoj.k d¨ lqjf{kr cukus rFkk b±/ku dh [kir d¨ de djus ds fy, batu d¨ can dj nsaA

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tk;s r¨ okrkoj.k d¨ lqjf{kr cukus rFkk b±/ku dh [kir d¨ de djus ds fy, batu
dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS WARNING 1. Before

dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF;

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS

tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS WARNING 1. Before riding this Motorcycle, become
WARNING 1. Before riding this Motorcycle, become thoroughly familiar with all operating controls and their
WARNING
1. Before riding this Motorcycle,
become thoroughly familiar with
all operating controls and their
functions. Consult a YMIS dealer
regarding any control or function
that you do not thoroughly
understand.
2. Never start your engine or let it
run for any length of time in a
closed area. The exhaust fumes
are poisonous and can cause
loss of consciousness and
death within a short time.
Always operate you Motorcycle
in an area with adequate
ventilation.
psrkouh

1. bl e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨ pykus ls igys blds lHkh dk;Z&laca/kh fu;a=k.kksa rFkk muds mi;¨x¨a ls ifjfpr g¨ ysaA fdlh fu;a=k.k vFkok mi;¨x ds iwjh rjg ls le> esa u vkus ij bl laca/k esa okbZñ,eñvkbZñ ,lñ Mhyj ls ijke'kZ djaAs

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2. fdlh can {ks=k esa viuh xkM+h ds batu d¨ u r¨ dHkh LVkVZ djsa vFkok u gh bls T;knk le; rd pyrk jgus nsaA batu ls ckgj fudyus okyk /kq¡vk fo"kSyk g¨rk gS rFkk Fk¨M+s le; esa gh vopsruk vFkok e R;q dk dkj.k cu ldrk gSA ges'kk viuh e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨ i;kZIr goknkj txg ij gh LVkVZ djsaA

Starting and warming up a cold engine

BaMs batu d¨ LVkVZ djuk rFkk /khjs&/khjs xeZ djuk

1. Turn the fuel cock to “ON”

b±/ku dh dkWd d¨ *vkWu* ds fu'kku ij ys vk,¡A

2. Turn the main switch to “ON”

eq[; fLop d¨ *vkWu* ds fu'kku ij yk,¡A

3. Shift the transmission into tral.

neu-

Vªk¡leh'ku ¼xh;lZ½ d¨ *U;wVªy* esa ifjofrZr dj ysaA

5.1

NOTE :

When the transmission is in neutral, the neutral indicator light should be on. If the light does not come on, ask a YMIS dealer to inspect it.

u¨V%&

tc Vªk¡leh'ku ÞU;wVªy&voLFkkß esa g¨ r¨ U;wVªy dh baMhdsVj ykbV Hkh tyuh pkfg,A ;fn ykbV ugh tyrh gS r¨ okbZñ,eñvkbZñ ,lñ Mhyj ls bldh tk¡p djus d¨ dgsaA

4. Fully press down Choke Lever and completely close the throttle grip.

pksd yhoj d¨ Bhd rjg ls uhps dh v¨j iwjh rjg ls nck,¡ rFkk FkzkWVy&fxzi d¨ can dj nsaA

5. Kick the kick starter to start the engine.

fy,

batu d¨ LVkVZ djus

fdd&LVkVZj ij fdd yxk,¡A

ds

6. Ride your Motorcycle with choke remaining in “ON” position for some distance*

Fk¨M+h nwjh rd pkWd d¨ *vkWu* dh voLFkk esa j[krs gq, viuh e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨ pyk,¡A

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distance* Fk¨M+h nwjh rd pkWd d¨ *vkWu* dh voLFkk esa j[krs gq, viuh e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨ pyk,¡A
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dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF;

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS

tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS (*The distance will vary as per the climatic

(*The distance will vary as per the climatic conditions of your area.)

¼;g nwjh vkids {ks=k ds okrkoj.k ij fuHkZj gSA½

7. Lift Choke Level to “OFF” position immediately after the Engine is warm.

batu ds xeZ g¨us ds rqjar ckn gh Þpksd yhojß d¨ *vkWQ* ds fu'kku ij ys tk;saA

NOTE :

For better engine performance always warm up the engine. Before take off. Never open throttle fully when engine is cold, otherwise engine tends to stop.

u¨V %&

pyus ls igys] batu dh csgrj dk;Z&{kerk ds fy, ges'kk bls /khjs&/khjs xeZ djsaA dHkh Hkh tc batu BaMk g¨ r¨ FkzkWVy d¨ iwjh rjg ls u [k¨ys] vU;Fkk batu can gks ldrk gSA

NOTE :

The engine is warm when it responds normally to the throttle with the Starter Lever in UP direction.

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u¨V%& vxj b±tu LVkZVj yhoj ds can jgus ij ¼*Åij^ dh fn'kk es½ aFkzkWVy }kjk lkekU; izfrfØ;k djrk gS rks b±tu xeZ

gSA

Starting a warm engine.

Fk¨M+k xeZ gq, batu dk LVkVZ djukA

The Choke Lever may not be required when the engine is warm.

tc batu dqN xeZ g¨ r¨ *pksd yhoj^ dh vko';drk ugh jg tkrh gSA

CAUTION :

See the “Running-in” section prior to operating the Motorcycle for the first time.

lko/kkuh %
lko/kkuh %

igyh ckj ç;¨x djus ls igys *jfuax bu^ [kaM ij /;ku nsaA

5.2

ckj ç;¨x djus ls igys *jfuax bu^ [kaM ij /;ku nsaA 5.2 1. Shift pedal f'k¶V&iSMy

1. Shift pedal f'k¶V&iSMy

2.

Neutral

U;wVªy

Shifting f'k¯¶Vx

The transmission lets you control the amount of power you have available at a given speed for starting, accelerating, climbing hills, etc. The use of the shift pedal is shown in the illustration.

Vªkaleh'ku }kjk 'kfDr dh ml ek=kk ij vki fu;a=k.k j[krs gS t¨ 'kq# esa] rst xfr esa rFkk Å¡pkbZ esa p<+us bR;kfn ds le; ,d nh xbZ xfr ij miyC/k g¨rh gSA f'k¶V&iSMy dk ç;¨x fp=k esa n'kkZ;k x;k gSA

To shift into neutral, depress the shift pedal repeatedly until it reaches the end of its travel, then raise the pedal

slightly.

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the shift pedal repeatedly until it reaches the end of its travel, then raise the pedal
dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS xh;j d¨ U;wVªy

dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF;

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS

tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS xh;j d¨ U;wVªy esa ykus ds fy, lko/kkuh
xh;j d¨ U;wVªy esa ykus ds fy, lko/kkuh % f'k¶V&iSMy d¨ rc rd uhps dh
xh;j
U;wVªy esa
ykus
ds
fy,
lko/kkuh %
f'k¶V&iSMy d¨ rc rd uhps dh v¨j
nckrs jgs tc rd fd ;g vius vafre
iM+ko rd u igq¡p tk,A mlds ckn
iSMy d¨ Fk¨M+k Åij dh v¨j mBk ysaA
1. <yku ij mrjrs le; b±tu dks can
u djsa ¼bXuh'ku Lfop dks vkWQ
ikst+h'ku ij½ o eksVjlkbZdy U;wVªy
esa Hkh u djsaA
<yku ij mrjrs le; ges'kk b±tu
CAUTION :
dks pkyw j[ksa ¼bXuh'ku Lfop dks vkWu
1. Do not ride down hill with
ignition switch in “OFF” position
and in neutral gear. Always ride
motorcycle with ignition switch
in “ON’ Position & while engine
is in gear.
ikst+h'ku ij½ o eksVjlkbZdy dks
xh;j esa j[ksaA
2. Always use the clutch when
changing gears. The engine,
transmission, and driveline are
not designed to withstand the
shock of forced shifting and
can be damaged by shifting
without using the clutch.
2. xh;j cnyrs le; ges'kk Dyp dk
ç;¨x djasA batu] V ªkaleh'ku rFkk
M ªkbo ykbu bl rjg ls fMt+kbu
ugh fd, x, gS fd ;g cnyrs gq,
vR;kf/kd ncko¨a d¨ lgu dj ldus
dh fLFkfr esa g¨rs gS rFkk f'k¯¶Vx
djrs le; Dyp ds ç;¨x u djus
ls ;s {kfrxzLr g¨ ldrs gSA

NEVER RIDE MOTORCYCLE WITH CLUTCH PARTIALLY ENGAGED.

*Dyp^ ds vkaf'kd #i ls tqM+s g¨us dh fLFkfr esa e¨Vj&lkbZfdy dHkh u pyk,¡A

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dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF;

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS

tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS Tips for reducing fuel consumption b±/ku dh [kir

Tips for reducing fuel consumption

b±/ku dh [kir de djus ds fVIl

Your Motorcycle’s fuel consumption depends to a large extent on your riding style.

vkidh e¨Vj&lkbZfdy esa b±/ku dh [k+ir] vkids pykus ds rjhds ij fuHkZj djrh gSA

The following tips can help reduce fuel consumption :

uhps fn, x, fVIl ¼fof/k;k¡½ b±/ku dh [k+ir d¨ de djus esa lgk;d g¨ ldrs gS :

1. Warm up the engine before riding.

e¨Vj&lkbZfdy pykus ls igys batu d¨ FkksM+k xeZ djsaA

2. Lift up the Choke Lever as soon as possible.

ftruh tYnh laHko g¨ *pkWd yhoj^ d¨ Åij dh rjQ mBk ysaA

3. Shift up swiftly and avoid high

engine

speeds during

acceleration.

xh;j rst+h ls cnys vkSj xfr cM+krs le; batu dks t+:jr ls vf/kd LihM+ u nsaA

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4. Do not double-clutch or rev the engine while shifting down and avoid high engine speeds with no load on the engine.

xkM+h d¨ fupys xh;j esa ykrs le; Mcy Dyp dk ç;¨x u djsaA rFkk batu ij y¨M u g¨us dh fLFkfr esa batu ds rhoz osx ls cpsaA

5. Turn off the engine instead of letting it idle for an extended length of time, i.e. in traffic jams, at traffic lights or rail-road crossings.

tc vki T;knk nsj rd [kM+s gks rks batu dk vkbZMy ij pyrs jgus dh vis{kk mls can dj nsaA mnkgj.k% VªSfQd tke esa]yky cÙkh ij] jsyos Øk£lx ij bR;kfnA

6. Do not drive with excessive load on the Motorcycle.

vR;kf/kd ot+u e¨Vj&lkbZfdy u pyk,¡A

ds

lkFk

7. Plan your route in advance.

vius ;k=kk&ekxZ dh ;¨t+uk igys ls gh cuk ysaA

8. Avoid frequent braking.

ckj&ckj czsd yxkus ls cpsaA

9. Always

maintain

your

tyre

pressure

as

per

recommendation.

 

tSlk fd çLrkfor ¼flQkfj'k½ fd;k x;k gS] ges'kk vius Vk;j esa gok ds ncko d¨ cuk dj j[¨saA

10.Get your motorcycle serviced periodically after every 2000 kms.

çR;sd 2000 fdñehñ ds varjky esa lkef;d #i ls e¨Vj&lkbZfdy dh lfoZl djok,¡A

Running-in

jfuax&bu

There is never a more important period in the life of your Motorcycle than the period between zero and 1,000 km. For this reason we ask that you carefully read the following material.

Because the engine is brand new, you must not put an excessive load on it for the first 1,000 km. The various parts in the engine wear and polish themselves to the correct operating

clearances. During this period, prolonged full throttle operation, or any condition which might result in excessive heating of the engine, must

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or any condition which might result in excessive heating of the engine, must 5.4 be avoided.
dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS vkids e¨Vj&lkbZfdy ds

dk;Z rFkk lokjh ls tqM+s vko';d rF;

OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS

tqM+s vko';d rF; OPERATION AND IMPORTANT RIDING POINTS vkids e¨Vj&lkbZfdy ds thou esa 0 ls 1,000

vkids e¨Vj&lkbZfdy ds thou esa 0 ls 1,000 fdñehñ ds chp dk le; lokZf/kd egRoiw.kZ gSA blh dkj.k gekjk lq>ko gS fd vki fuEufyf[kr d¨ /;ku ls i<+saA vkid¨ 1,000 fdñehñ rd blds Åij vR;f/kd ot+u ugh Mkyuk pkfg,A mfpr vkWijs¯Vx Dyhjsal rd vkus ds fy;s batu ds fofHké Hkkx bl vo/kh esa Lo;a f?klrs v©j ikWfy'k g¨ tkrs gSA bl vof/k esa iw.kZ FkzkWVy vkWijs'ku ¼fØ;k½ vFkok batu ds vR;kf/kd xeZ g¨us okyh fLFkrh;ksa ls cpuk pkfg,A

CAUTION :

CAUTION :

Be sure to replace the engine oil as per recommended schedule.

lko/kkuh :

lko/kkuh :

batu ds rsy d¨ çLrkfor f'kM~;wy ¼lwph½ ds vuqlkj cnysaA

1,000 km and below :

Avoid prolonged full-throttle operation. Vary speed occasionally.

1,000 fdñehñ rFkk mlls de%& foLr r laiw.kZ FkzkWVy fØ;k ls cpsaA volj ds vuqlkj xfr cnyrs jgsaA

CAUTION :

If any engine trouble should occurs during the “Running-in” period, consult a YMIS dealer immediately.

lko/kkuh :
lko/kkuh :

;fn jfuax&bu ¼Øfed½ le; ds n©jku batu esa d¨bZ [k+jkch vkrh gS r¨ okbZñ,eñvkbZñ,lñ Mhyj ls laidZ djsaA

Parking

When parking the Motorcycle, stop the engine and remove the ignition key. Turn the fuel cock to “OFF” whenever stopping the engine.

ik£dax

e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨ [kM+k djrs le; bat+u d¨ can dj nsa rFkk bxuh'ku ¼Toyu½ dh pkch d¨ ckgj fudky ysaA tc Hkh batu

dks can djuk gk rks] ¶;wy&dkWd d¨ vkWQ ds LFkku ij ys tk;saA

WARNING The exhaust system is hot. Park the Motorcycle in a place where pedestrains or
WARNING
The exhaust system is hot. Park
the Motorcycle in a place where
pedestrains or children are not
likely to touch the Motorcycle.Do
not park the Motorcycle on a slope
or soft ground; the Motorcycle may
overturn.
psrkouh

,DtkWLV&flLVe ¼/kq¡vk vkfn ds fudkl dh ç.kkyh½ xeZ g¨rh gSA e¨VjlkbZfdy d¨ ,slh txg ij [kM+k djsa tgk¡ ;g

iSny pyus oky¨a vFkok cPp¨ ds laidZ

esa u vkus ik,A e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨

<yku okyh vFkok uje txg ij [kM+k

u djss vU;Fkk ;g myV ldrh gSA

IT IS NOT RECOMMENDED TO RIDE THE MOTORCYCLE WITH CONSTANT THROTTLE OPENING FOR VERY LONG DISTANCE

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PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR

rFkk ekewyh ejEer PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR Periodic inspection, adjustment and lubrication will keep

Periodic inspection, adjustment and lubrication will keep your Motorcycle in the safest and most efficient condition possible. Safety is an obligation of the Motorcycle owner. The maintenance and lubrication schedule chart should be considered strictly as a guide to general maintenance and lubrication intervals. YOU MUST TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THAT WEATHER, TERRAIN, GEOGRAPHICAL LOCATIONS, AND A VARIETY OF INDIVIDUAL USES ALL TEND TO DEMAND THAT EACH OWNER ALTER THIS TIME SCHEDULE TO SHORTER INTERVALS TO MATCH THE ENVIRONMENT. The most important points of Motorcycle inspection, adjustment, and lubrication are explained in the following pages.

le;&le; ij dh xbZ tk¡p] ,WMtLVesaV ¼rkyesay½] rFkk Y;wczhsdss'ku] vkidh e¨VjlkbZfdy d¨ vfr lqjf{kr rFkk tgk¡ rd laHko g¨] l{ke voLFkk esa j[ksaxhA

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e¨VjlkbZfdy ds ekfyd dh viuh ftEesnkjh gSA j[kj[kko] Y;wczhds'ku lwph pkVZ d¨ lkekU; esaVhusal rFkk Y;wczhds'ku O;oLFkk ds fy, xaHkhjrk ls ,d xkbM dh rjg le>uk pkfg,A vkid¨ ;g ckrsa /;ku esa j[kuh pkfg, fd e©le] Hkwfe] Hk©x¨fyd LFkku rFkk O;fDr }kjk fHké rjhds ls ç;¨x vkfn lHkh ;g ek¡x djrs gS fd gj ,d e¨Vj&lkbZfdy ekfyd ekg©y d¨ ,d tSlk cukus ds fy, le;&lwph d¨ Fk¨M+s ls Fk¨M+s le; ds varj ¼varjky½ esa ifjo£rr djrk gSA e¨Vj&lkbZfdy dh tk¡p] ,WMtLVesaV] rFkk Y;wczhsdss'ku ds vfr egÙoiw.kZ dk;kZ±s dk o.kZu vxys i "B¨a ij fd;k x;k gSA

WARNING If you are not familiar with Motorcycle service, this work should be done by
WARNING
If you are not familiar with
Motorcycle service, this work
should be done by a YMIS DEALER.
psrkouh
;fn vki e¨Vj&lkbZfdy dh *l£ol^ djus
ds rjhd¨ ls ifjfpr ugh gS r¨ ;g dk;Z
okbZñ,eñvkbZñ,lñ Mhyj d¨ gh djus nsaA
6.1
1
1

1. Tool kit Vwy&fdV

Tool kit Vwy&fdV

The service information included in this manual is intended to provide you, the owner, with the necessary information for completing some of your own preventive maintenance and minor repairs. The tools provided in the owner’s tool kit are to assist you in the performance of periodic maintenance. However, some other tools such as a torque wrench are also necessary to perform the maintenance correctly.

bl xzkgd&iqfLrdk ds lkFk l£ol dh lwpuk g¨us dk vFkZ gS& vkid¨ e¨VjlkbZfdy ds ekfyd d¨ t:jh lwpuk miyC/k djkuk rkfd ekewyh fjis;j rFkk dqN fçosafVo esaVhusal ¼çfrca/kd j[kj[kko½

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lkef;d j[kj[kko rFkk ekewyh ejEer PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR ds dk;Z d¨ iwjk fd;k

lkef;d j[kj[kko rFkk ekewyh ejEer

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR

rFkk ekewyh ejEer PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR ds dk;Z d¨ iwjk fd;k tk ldsA e¨Vj&lkbZfdy

ds dk;Z d¨ iwjk fd;k tk ldsA e¨Vj&lkbZfdy ekfyd dh Vwy&fdV esa çnku fd, x, v©t+kj vkid¨ le;cð j[kj[kko d¨ vatke nsus esa lgk;rk djrs gSA tcfd esaVhusal ¼j[kj[kko½ d¨ lgh rjhds ls iwjk djus ds fy, ÞVkdZ&jsapß tSls nwljs v©t+kj g¨uk Hkh t#jh gSA

NOTE :

If you do not have necessary tools required during a service operation, take your Motorcycle to a YMIS dealer for service.

u¨V %

;fn l£ol&dk;Z ds fy, vkids ikl vko';d v©t+kj ¼;a=k½ ugh gS r¨ vki e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨ okbZñ,eñvkbZñ Mhyj ds ikl ys tk,¡A

WARNING Modifications to this Motorcycle not approved by YMIS may cause loss of performance, and
WARNING
Modifications to this Motorcycle not
approved by YMIS may cause loss
of performance, and render it
unsafe for use. Consult a YMIS dealer
before attempting any changes.
psrkouh
okbZñ,eñvkbZñ Mhyj dh LohÑfr ds fcuk
e¨Vj&lkbZfdy esa fdlh rjg dk cnyko
djuk dk;Zdq'kyrk ds fy, gkfudkjd g¨
ldrk gSA fdlh Hkh rjg ds ifjorZu
djus ls igys okbZñ,eñvkbZñ,lñ Mhyj ls
ijke'kZ ysaA

KEEP YOUR MOTORCYCLE TUNED IN PERFECT CONDITION

viuh e¨Vj&lkbZfdy d¨ gj rjg ls vPNh gkyr esa j[ksaA

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rFkk ekewyh ejEer PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE        

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

       

SERVICE

S.NO.

 

ITEM

OPERATION

 

I-VI

VII-VIII

IX-X

XI-XV

EVERY

FREE

PAID

BONUS

PAID

2000

     

FREE

KM

1.

VALVES

Check valve clearances, adjust if necessary.

 

•••

 

2.

SPARK PLUG

Check condition, gap;

 

•••

 

Clean and reset if necessary.

REPLACE EVERY 10,000 km

3.

CARBURETOR

Check idle speed, Choke lever operation.

 

•••

 

• •

 

4.

AIR FILTER*

Clean, inspect & lubricate. (Replace if necessary)

 

•••

 

• •

 

5.

FUEL LINE

Check fuel hose, for cracks or damage. Replace if necessary.

 

•••

 

• •

 

6.

FUELFILTER

Check for free flow of petrol, cleanliness of filter Replace if necessary.

bowl,

 

•••

 

• •

 

7.

ENGINE OIL

Replace with recommended oil - Yamalube SG Grade (Warm engine before draining)

 

•••

 

• •

 

8.

ENGINE OIL

Wash with petrol

           

FILTER SCREEN

•••

• •

9.

BRAKE

FRONT

Check operation./Adjust if necessary. Grease the brake cam.

           

& REAR

•••

• •

10.

BRAKE SHOES- FRONT & REAR

Check for wear, replace if necessary.

 

•••

 

• •

 

11.

CLUTCH

Check alignment marks on Push Lever and Crankcase L.H. Adjust if necessary.

 

•••

 

• •

 

12.

REAR ARM

Check Rear Arm assembly for looseness. Tighten with specified Torque if necessary.

           

PIVOT

•••

• •

13.

WHEELS

Check runout, spoke tightness, damage; Correct it, if necessary.

 

•••

 

• •

 

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rFkk ekewyh ejEer PERIODIC MAINTENANCE AND MINOR REPAIR PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE        

PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE

       

SERVICE

S.NO.

ITEM

OPERATION

I-VI

VII-VIII

IX-X

XI-XV

EVERY

FREE

PAID

BONUS

PAID

2000

FREE

KM

14.

WHEEL BEARING

Check Bearing assembly for looseness, damage;

Replace if necessary.

Replace grease

 

EVERY 10,000 km

 

15.

STEERINGBEARING

Check Bearing assembly for looseness;

Correct if necessary.

Replace grease

 

EVERY 10,000 km

 

16.

FRONT FORKS

Check operation/oil leakage. Repair if necessary.

 

Replace oil

 

EVERY 10,000 km

 

17.

REAR SHOCK

           

ABSORBER

Check operation/oil leakage. Repair if necessary.

• •

18.

DRIVE CHAIN

Check chain slack, alignment. Adjust if necessary. Clean & lubricate periodically.

 

• •

19.

NUTS, BOLTS AND FASTENERS

Check all Chassis fittings and fasteners for looseness Tighten as per specification.

 

• •

20.

CENTER STAND

Check operation and lubricate if necessary.

 

• •

21.

BATTERY

Check electrolyte level and top it up if necessary.