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Exclusively Distributed by Bintelli Scooters

Owners
Manual
GTA 50
Bullseye 50
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PREFACE
We would like to take this opportunity to thank you for choosing ADLY.
The purpose of this owners manual is to prepare you for the safe operation and
maintenance necessary of your new scooter. It is highly recommended you read
over the entire manual prior to driving.
Should you have any problems, please contact your local dealer and they will
assist you.
Enjoy your new scooter and ride safe.
Note: The information and specifications stated in this manual are for reference
purpose only and are subject to change without notice.

CONTENTS
Page
Welcome ...
Operation Warnings........
Safety Information ..........
Warranty Information ..
Specifications ...
Periodic Checks and Services ..
Pre Operating Inspection ...
Operation ..
Maintenance .....
Proper Driving Technique ......
Troubleshooting ..
Vehicle Identification Number
Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI) ....
Maintenance & Service Records ...
Abnormalities Service Records...

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OPERATION WARNINGS
THIS VEHICLE IS NOT A TOY AND CAN BE HAZARDOUS TO OPERATE.
NEVER OPERATE THIS VEHICLE WITHOUT PROPER INSTRUCTION.
THIS VEHICLE IS NOT INTENDED FOR CHILDREN.
ALWAYS WEAR A HELMET WHEN OPERATING THE VEHICLE.
READ ENTIRE OWNERS MANUAL CAREFULLY BEFORE USE.
THIS VEHICLE IS DESIGNED FOR ON-ROAD USE ONLY.
USE EXTRA CARE WHEN DRIVING AT NIGHT OR POOR CONDITIONS.
DO NOT USE VEHICLE IF UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF DRUGS.
DO NOT USE THIS VEHICLE ON HILLS TOO STEEP FOR SAFE DRIVING.
ALWAYS INSPECT YOUR VEHICLE PRIOR TO USING IT.

SAFETY INFORMATION
Dont allow your child to ride.
Read all warning stickers on vehicle and follow the instructions.
Always maintain a safe distance between your vehicle and other vehicles.
If you are new to scooters, we recommend enrolling in a safety training
course.
This vehicle is designed to be operated only on level, paved road surfaces,
free of obstacles and debris. Always exercise caution and follow the rules of
the road.

WARRANTY INFORMATION
Regular servicing and maintenance must be performed on your
vehicle. Please read the following carefully to insure your vehicle
remains covered under warranty:
Vehicle MUST BE INSPECTED by an authorized Adly dealership
within 500 miles or 90 days from the date of purchase,
whichever comes first. Failure to do so will render the limited
warranty null and void. The end user is required to maintain a
dealer inspection record, which will be requested for any
warranty coverage.
**Oil changes for 150cc 4 stroke units are to be completed at a
minimum of every six (6) months or fifteen hundred (1,500) miles,
whichever comes first.**
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
LENGTH
WIDTH
HEIGHT
WHEEL BASE
NET WEIGHT
ENGINE TYPE
COOLED
DISPLACEMENT
BORE STROKE
COMPRESSION RATIO
IGNITION
STARTER
FRONT SUPENSION
REAR SUPENSION
TRANSMISSION
TIRE
FRONT BRAKE
REAR BRAKE (B/D)

AS-50

AS-50LC
76.7inches
27.9 inches
44.5 inches
50.8 inches
191.8 lbs
2-STROKE, Single Cylinder
FORCE AIR COOLED
LIQUID COOLED
49 CC
40.0 X 39.2 mm
7.0 : 1
C.D.I
ELECTRIC/KICK
TELESCOPE TYPE
HYDRAULIC SHOCK ABSORBER
C.V.T.
F:130/70-12, R:130/70-12
DISC
DRUM

SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
LENGTH
WIDTH
HEIGHT
WHEEL BASE
NET WEIGHT
ENGINE TYPE
COOLED
DISPLACEMENT
BORE STROKE
COMPRESSION RATIO
IGNITION
STARTER
FRONT SUPENSION
REAR SUPENSION
TRANSMISSION
TIRE
FRONT BRAKE
REAR BRAKE (B/D)

GTA-50

GTA-50LC
76.7inches
27.9 inches
44.5 inches
50.8 inches
191.8 lbs
2-STROKE, Single Cylinder
FORCE AIR COOLED
LIQUID COOLED
49 CC
40.0 X 39.2 mm
7.0 : 1
C.D.I
ELECTRIC/KICK
TELESCOPE TYPE
HYDRAULIC SHOCK ABSORBER
C.V.T.
F:130/70-12, R:130/70-12
DISC
DRUM
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SPECIFICATIONS
MODEL
LENGTH
WIDTH
HEIGHT
WHEEL BASE
NET WEIGHT
ENGINE TYPE
COOLED
DISPLACEMENT
BORE STROKE
COMPRESSION RATIO
IGNITION
STARTER
FRONT SUPENSION
REAR SUPENSION
TRANSMISSION
TIRE
FRONT BRAKE
REAR BRAKE (B/D)

GTC-50 BULLSEYE
68.9 inches
27 inches
44.9 inches
48 inches
178.6 lbs
2-STROKE, Single Cylinder
FORCE AIR COOLED
49 CC
40.0 X 39.2 mm
7.0 : 1
C.D.I
ELECTRIC/KICK
TELESCOPE TYPE
HYDRAULIC SHOCK ABSORBER
C.V.T.
F:130/70-12, R:130/70-12
DISC
DRUM
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SPECIFICATIONS

Headlight
Position light
Rear / Brake light
Signal light
Speedometer indicator
Signal indicator
High beam indicator
Safety fuse
Battery
Engine oil capacity
Fuel tank capacity
Gear oil capacity
Disc brake fluid

AS-50
12V 35W/35W
12V LED
12V LED
12V LED

GTA-50
12V 35W/35W
12V LED
12V LED
12V LED

12V 3.4W
12V 1.7W
12V 1.7W
10A
12V 5A
2 Stroke Synthetic Only (SAE20W)
1.59 Gallons
3.4 fluid ounces, SAE 90W
DOT 4 OR 3 BRAKE FLUID

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SPECIFICATIONS
GTC-50
Headlight
Position light
Rear / Brake light
Signal light
Speedometer indicator
Signal indicator
High beam indicator
Safety fuse
Battery
Engine oil capacity
Fuel tank capacity
Gear oil capacity
Disc brake fluid

EC

US

12V 35W/35W
12V 5W
12V 21/5W
12V 10W

12V 35W/35W
12V 21/5W
12V 21W

12V 3.4W
12V 1.7W
12V 1.7W
10A
12V 4A
2 Stroke Synthetic Only (SAE20W)
1.59 Gallons
3.4 fluid ounces, SAE 90W
DOT 4 OR 3 BRAKE FLUID

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PERIODIC CHECKS & SERVICES


ITEM

Regular Service Mileage


300

500

1000 2000 3000 4000 5000 6000 7000 8000 9000


Fuel Filter
R
R
Brake System
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Drive Belt
Check every 3000 miles, replace if showing signs of wear or cracking
Air Filter
Replace air filter every 3000 miles or as needed
Nuts, Bolts
T
T
T
Gear Oil
R
R
R
Carburetor
I
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Spark Plug
Clean at every 1500 miles or as necessary
Tire
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Battery
I
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I
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Pulse Air Filter
I
R
R
Muffler
I
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I
Fuel Line
I
I
I
Coolant
Check every ride, replace every 6000 miles
Notes: 1. R: Replace, A: Adjust, C: Clean, T: Tighten, I: Inspect and clean
2. When listed mileage is exceeded,, perform maintenance according to the listed
intervals.
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PRE OPERATING INSPECTION


CHECK STEERING HANDLE
1. Check ease of turning to the left and right.
2. Check brake cables.
3. Check for abnormalities, if there is damage please contact your local dealer for
inspection and adjustment.

4. Check brake lever for normal operation. Braking free play should be between 1-2 cm
after brake adjustment.

CAUTION
Screw groove must be aligned with lock position after adjustment, any
deviation may result in brake free play change causing unsafe riding conditions.

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PRE OPERATING INSPECTION


Adjusting

Adjust screw

Brake cable inspection: Verify brake cable functioning and engaging properly prior to use

CHECK BRAKE LIGHT


1. Turn main switch to ON position.
2. Apply left and right brake lever separately to
see if brake light functions normally.
3. Check brake light for visibility. Clean lens if
necessary.
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PRE OPERATING INSPECTION


CHECK TURN SIGNAL LIGHTS
1. Turn ignition switch to ON position.
2. Turn on signal lights, check to ensure all are functioning.

CHECK TIRE PRESSURE.


STANDARD TIRE PRESSURE
One passenger
Two passenger
Front
18 psi
25 psi
Rear
25 psi
32 psi
Fill or remove air as necessary to reach recommended tire pressure.

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PRE OPERATING INSPECTION


Check for gravel and other debris in the tread grooves, along with signs of punctures.
Remove debris as needed. If the tire is punctured or losing air DO NOT DRIVE. Contact
your local dealer to arrange for servicing.
Check for any signs of cracking or heavy wear. If the wear indicator is visible the tire
must be replaced. Do not drive with cracked or worn tires.

CHECK FRONT & REAR SHOCK ABSORBERS


Apply downward pressure on both front steering handle and seat to check the function of
front and rear absorbers. Shocks should return to normal position after applying
downward pressure.
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OPERATION
Ignition Switch (GTA)
At this position, the power is off and the engine is not running.
The key can be removed from this position.
At this position, power is on and the engine can be started.
The key cannot be removed from this position.
At this position, handlebar is locked to prevent theft.
The key can be removed from this position.

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OPERATION
Ignition Switch (GTC)
OFF
To turn off the engine.
The Key can be removed.
ON
To start the engine.
The Key can be taken out.

CAUTION

IF OIL INDICATOR LIGHT IS ON, OIL LEVEL IS INSUFFICIENT AND SHOULD BE

REFILLED IMMEDIATELY. USE ONLY 2 STROKE SAE20W OIL. DO NOT DRIVE THE
VEHICLE WITH LOW OIL LEVELS AS THIS CAN CAUSE ENGINE DAMAGE
IF THE LIGHT GLOWS WHILE DRIVING, THIS INDICATES OIL IS LOW AND
NEEDS TO BE ADDED.

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OPERATION
STEERING LOCK
Turn handlebar to the left, then press and turn the key from OFF to LOCK.
Handlebars will lock and the key can be removed.
Handlebars will be unlocked immediately when the key is returned to OFF position.

CAUTION
1. After locking, turn the handlebar gently to ensure lock is engaged.
2. During riding, never turn the main switch to LOCK position.
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OPERATION
ELECTRIC STARTER
With the ignition in the ON position, hold a brake
lever and press the red starter button to start the
engine. Once the engine turns on, immediately stop
pressing the ignition button.

STARTING TIPS
1. Ensure brake lever is fully engaged while pressing the electric start button.
2. Never press the starter button as engine is running.
3. In cold weather, twisting the throttle grip slightly will help with starting.

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OPERATION
ELECTRIC STARTER
With the ignition in the ON position, hold a brake
lever and press the red starter button to start the
engine.

EMERGENCY STOP SWITCH (US)

ENGINE RUNNING (ON)


ENGINE STOP (OFF)

*NOTE: The engine will only operate in


the (ON) position. Always check this
switch first if the vehicle will not turn on.
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OPERATION
HEADLIGHT SWITCH

High Beam
Use this setting for
maximum headlight range when
you are not near other motorists.

High/Low
Switch

Low beam
Use for normal driving.

HORN BUTTON
With the ignition switch ON, press
the horn button to use the horn.

Horn
Button

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OPERATION
TURN SIGNAL SWITCH
Right light flashing indicates turning to the right.

Left light flashing indicates turning to the left.

Turn signal
release button

CAUTION
1. Always use your turn signals.
2. The turn signal lights will not stop automatically, press the center button to turn
the signal lights off after completing your turn.
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OPERATION
INSTRUMENT PANEL(GTA)
Hi-Beam
Indicator Light

Speedometer

Fuel
Gauge
Odometer
Turn Signal
Indicators

Low Oil
Warning Light

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OPERATION
INSTRUMENT PANEL(GTC BULLSEYE)
Turn Signal
Indicator

Fuel Gauge

Hi-Beam

Oil Warning
Signal Light

Speedometer
pointer

Odometer

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OPERATION
SPEEDOMETER
Indicates the vehicle speed by in Miles per hour and Kilometers per hour

ODOMETER
The total mileage is indicating by kilometer (KM)

HIGH BEAM INDICATOR LIGHT


When the high beam light is turned on, this indicator light illuminates.

TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR LIGHT


When the turn signals are operating, this indicator light will illuminate.

FUEL GAUGE
Indicates how much fuel is in the gas tank. (The indicator is at bottom when the ignition
switch is OFF). If the indicator is at red area, there is less than .5 gallons remaining in
the gas tank.

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OPERATION
HELMET BOX
The helmet box is under the seat. Open the seat by key and lift the seat to gain access.
Make sure to place the helmet in the upright position for best fit.

CAUTION
1. Do not exceed 20lbs in stored materials in the helmet box.
2. Ensure the seat is closed prior to riding or storing vehicle.
3. Do not place any heat sensitive materials under the seat as engine
temperatures can heat the helmet box.
4. When washing the vehicle, avoid spraying water directly at the helmet box.
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MAINTENANCE
GEAR OIL CHANGE
Change gear oil (SAE 90W) at 300 miles and then every 6 months or 4000 miles.
The total capacity is 100c.c. (3.4 fluid ounces)
Refill Plug

Gear Oil Change Procedure

1. Place vehicle on main stand on level ground.


2. Remove gear oil drain plug.
3. Allow gear oil to drain completely.
4. Clean the drain plug and reinstall it.
5. Slowly refill the gear oil through refill plug
6. Tighten the refill plug.

CAUTION
Replace the gear oil more frequently under the following conditions:
1. Prolonged periods without using the vehicle.
2. Driving under heavy loads.

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MAINTENANCE
AIR FILTER
The air filter is a foam based element that requires inspection every 3000 miles. Replace
the air filter if you notice deterioration or excessive dirt build up.

CAUTION
1. Clean the air filter more frequently if riding in rainy areas and dusty
conditions. Do not use the scooter if the air filter becomes wet.
2. If the air filter is not installed properly, dirt and debris can enter the engine
reducing power and causing internal engine damage.

2 STROKE OIL
When the low oil indicator blinks, oil must be
added immediately.
1. Open the seat and remove oil tank cover
at bottom of helmet box. (On some
models, remove access door under the
front of the seat.
3. Refill 2 stroke oil as specified and replace
oil tank cap.
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Oil Tank
Capacity: 1 liter (.26
gallons)
*SAE 20W 2 Stroke
Synthetic Oil Only*

MAINTENANCE
FRONT BRAKE FLUID LEVEL

Checking Brake Fluid Level


Ensure the handlebars are straight and check the brake master cylinders fluid level.
Always keep between the upper and lower limits.

Brake Fluid
Level Window

Brake Fluid Refilling

1. Ensure the handlebars are straight. Remove screws on the brake master cylinder to
take off the cover.
2. Refill with recommend braked fluid. Do not overfill. Reinstall cover and tighten screws.
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MAINTENANCE
BRAKE CHECK
Inspect Brake Pads:
1. Remove the brake caliper to inspect pads and rotor..
2. Check the surface of rotor and pads for even wear.
3. If there is uneven wear or thickness of rotor, replace if out of specified limits.

CAUTION
1. Rotor wear limitation is 3.0mm and pad wear limitation is 1.0mm.
2. Measure the disk thickness every 3000 miles. If less than limitation, replace.
FRONT BRAKE CALIPER

REAR BRAKE PAD CHECK

Max
Min

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MAINTENANCE
REAR WHEEL BRAKE ADJUSTMENT
Check that rear brakes enage when using rear brake lever. There should be 1-2
centimeters of free play.

CAUTION
Screw groove must be aligned with lock position after adjustment, any slight
deviation may result in braking change and cause an unsafe braking condition.

FRONT / REAR SHOCK ABSORBERS


Apply downward pressure on front handlebar and seat to check the function of front and
rear absorbers.
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MAINTENANCE
BRAKE LIGHT
Turn ignition switch to ON position. Apply both brake levers separately for front and
rear wheels to ensure the brake light is functioning normally.

TURN SIGNAL LIGHTS


Turn ignition switch to ON, use the turn signal switch to activate both left and right side
lights. Verify front and rear turn signals functioning normally.

SPARK PLUG
Spark plug fouling and excessive gap can lead to performance issues. Inspect regularly.
Standard electrode gap is .023-.027 inches.
The standard spark plug type is NGK C7HSA
or NGK CR7HSA

CAUTION
Do not remove spark plug immediately after riding scooter as it will be extremely
3 3 removing spark plug from engine.
hot. Allow engine to cool completely before

MAINTENANCE
BATTERY
This vehicle is equipped with a maintenance free battery.
Visually inspect battery terminals for corrosion and clean as necessary. Remove
battery during cleaning.

CAUTION

1. If the vehicle is not to be used for extended periods, remove the negative - terminal.
2. Do not smoke or allow flames near the battery while removing and installing it.
3. Always turn off the ignition switch before removal or installation.
4. Remove the Negative - terminal first when disconnecting the battery, and install the
Positive + terminal first upon reinstallation.

TIRE

Visually inspect tires before driving and check tire pressure.


Recommend tire pressure
Front tire pressure: 18 psi
Rear tire pressure: 25psi

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PROPER DRIVING TECHNIQUE


ENGINE START-UP Using the electric start
Check engine oil and gasoline levels before starting the vehicle.
1. Turn ignition switch to ON.
2. Verify emergency stop switch is in ON position
2. Squeeze brake lever and press the electric start button until the engine turns on.
3. Allow engine to warm up for a few minutes before use.

CAUTION
1. Release the starter button immediately after engine turns on.
2. Do not press the starter button with the engine running as damage will occur.
If the engine does not start after a few seconds of using the electric start, give the
throttle grip a slight twist and try again.
NOTE:If the vehicle has been sitting for an extended period, the carburetor may need to
be drained and cleaned. Contact your local dealer to schedule maintenance.

CAUTION
1. Do not run the starter motor for more than 10 seconds each attempt. Allow
20 seconds between starting attempts to allow for the starter to cool down.
2. If the engine does not start normally, contact your local dealer.

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PROPER DRIVING TECHNIQUE


ENGINE START-UP -

Using the Kick Starter

Place vehicle on main kickstand, rotate kick start lever out and kick downward with
steady force. Allow the kick start to return to starting position between kicking attempts.
Do not open (twist) throttle grip while starting.

CAUTION
After the engine has started, make sure to allow the kick start to return to its
original position to avoid damage.

BEFORE DRIVING
Watch for other vehicles approaching
and proceed to drive only when safe.
Always use your signals when merging.

ACCELERATING
To accelerate the scooter, slowly twist the throttle towards you in a steady manner. The
more you twist the throttle, the quicker you will accelerate. Twisting the grip away from
you slows the engine speed and allows you to slow down.
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PROPER DRIVING TECHNIQUE


MAINTENANCE OF VEHICLE PERFORMANCE AND LIFT EXPECTANCY
1. New vehicle should be operated under limited speed enabling engine parts to function
for an initial revolution.
2. A new vehicle should be operating at a speed below 50KM/H within 1000KM.
3. Do not operate in full speed within 2000KM.

SAFE BRAKING TECHNIQUE


Apply both front and rear brakes at the same time for smooth and efficient stopping.

**Always ensure the throttle is not being applied during braking**

CAUTION
Applying only one brake will increase stopping distance and cause
premature brake pad wear. Always use both brakes when stopping.
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PROPER DRIVING TECHNIQUE


SHUTTING OFF THE VEHICLE AND PARKING
1. The engine will shut off when the ignition is turned to OFF position.

CAUTION
1. DO NOT TURN THE IGNITION SWITCH TO OFF WHILE DRIVING
2. ONLY TURN THE IGNITION SWITCH TO OFF WHILE THE VEHICLE
IS COMPLETELY STOPPED.
2. After getting off the vehicle, pick a level ground spot to place vehicle on main
kickstand. Avoid unlevel ground to prevent vehicle from tipping over.
3. Park the scooter by holding steering handle with your left hand and by holding the
rear frame with your right hand. Use the main stand pedal with your right foot while
pulling back and up by with hands.
4. Lock the steering handle to deter theft.
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TROUBLE SHOOTING
If the scooter fails to start, or the engine is unable to stay running, a quick diagnosis may
reveal the cause. Check the list below for some common fixes.
* Confirm the ignition is in the ON position.
* Confirm the engine kill switch is in correct position. Refer to page 20 for proper
position.
* If the electric start is not working, attempt to kick start the vehicle on the main kick
stand. If the vehicle has been sitting for an extended time, this may take multiple
attempts.
* Remove gas cap and visually inspect for fuel in tank.
* Inspect the spark plug for fouling and contamination. Replace spark plug if necessary.

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VEHICLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER


Please record the frame and engine number for reference.
The vehicle identification number (VIN)
The engine number is engraved on the

is engraved on the steering tube, open

left front side of crankcase.

the plastic cover to reveal it.


VIN NUMBER

ENGINE NUMBER

FRAME NO.
ENGINE NO.

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Pre-Delivery Inspection (PDI)


1. Record the VIN and engine number into the owners manual
2. Check that all tires have correct pressure as specified in the owners
manual
3. Engine oil (SAE 20W 2 Stroke Synthetic Oil Only) is full
4. Battery is securely installed with terminals tightened
5. All brakes are adjusted within specifications
6. Fuel tank is full
7. Suspension is tight and functions properly
8. All electronics and lights are functioning properly
9. Owners manual and tool bag are in the helmet box
10. Ensure all hardware on the scooter is tightened

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MAINTENANCE & SERVICE RECORDS


P.D.I.

300Miles

500 Miles

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1000 Miles

2000 Miles

3000 Miles

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MAINTENANCE & SERVICE RECORDS


4000 Miles

5000 Miles

6000 Miles

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7000 Miles
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8000 Miles
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9000 Miles
NOTES:_________________
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MAINTENANCE & SERVICE RECORDS


10,000 Miles

11,000 Miles

12,000 Miles

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13,000 Miles

14,000 Miles

15,000 Miles

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TAMPERING
Federal law prohibits any modification to the exhaust system which causes the
motorcycle to exceed the federal noise standard. Use of the vehicle with such a modified
exhaust system is prohibited.
Acts likely to constitute tampering include removal or puncturing the muffler, baffles,
header pipe, or any other component, relating to the exhaust system.

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