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-ront Fork

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tarter and

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)ck, Tools,


ng Cylind,ers, Pistons, ?ad and Ex haust . . . asoline shut-off, Teleslcopic Chain tensi oning

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Servicing ari d Cleanin(j Chains




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. tir Cleaner . . . . . :leaning Ca rburetor . P. ........

il Level

.-A .-..a Removing arlu insralllncl> . -rronr vvneel

~nd lnstalli rakes


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Ipatk Plugs

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2hecking brake liningS Wiring Diagram :onsurner



idjusting Ignition Timil lisconnecting and Con ltarter Clutc:h Cable at Motor


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'reserving IMotor

Suburban (20 MPH) Suburban (25 MPH) Suburban (30 MPH)

Prima (20 MPH) Prima (25 MPH) Prima (30 MPH)

Technical Data

Technical Data
Suburban (20 MPH)


Hotor: SACHS
Displacement: Bore: Stroke: Transmission: Transmission lubrication: Clutch: Engine sprocket: lanition: Spark advance: Ignition point gap: Spark plug:


Suburban (25 MPH)



Suburbnn (00 MIIH)


Suburban (20 MPH) Chassls: Frame: Front wheel suspension: Rear -- wheel suspension: Brakes, front: rear: Tires: Tire pressures: Drive chain (% x 3/1611): Rear wheel hub chain sprocket: Fuel tank: Bulbs: Headlihgt: Tail -- light, Stop light: Speedometer:

Suburban (25 MPH) Tubular frame

Suburban (30 MPH)

50511 B

50511 A

505 1 D


47 cc 38 mm (1.496 in.) 42 mm (1.653 in.) 1 44 mm (1.731 in.) Helical spur gear 250 cc of special SACHS gear oil or ot9er oils, see oil level check, page 16 Twin-plate centrifugal clutch with hand-operated starting clutch
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11 teeth BOSCH-magneto-generator 2,5 to 3,O mm 1,75 k 0,25(.I0 to .I2 in.) (0.068 0.009 25-26' before TDC 20 30' before 0.016 0.002 in. /0,4 k 0,05 mm BOSCH W 175 T 1 (with SAE connecting nut) electrode gap 0.5 mm (0.02 in.) BlNG 85/12/104 A BlNG 85~101101 / BlNG 85ii21101 A Main jet slide ' Main jet slide Main jet slide 50 No. 2 52 58 No. 2 NO. 2

Telescopic fork Swinging arm with springs Full hub brake 3.5 in./ 90 mm dia. Full hub brake 3.5 in./ 90 mm dia. 21/4-17 Front: 28 psi (2,O bar) Rear: 32 to 35 psi (2,2525 bar) 102 links 106 links I 50 teeth


45 teeth 1.19 gallon ( 4 3 Liter) P 25-1 6 V 21 W 6 W 5/10 W J 6 V 1,2W

Technical Data
Motor: SACHS
Displacement: Bore: Stroke: Transmission: Transmission lubrication: Clutch: Engine sprocket: Ignition: -Spark advance: Prima (20 MPH)

Technical Data

1 Prima- . --.(25- MPH)

47 cc

I - (30 Mf>H) Prima

50511 D .. ,. . -.-. . 49 cc

38 mm (1.496 in.) 1 4 4 m m (1.731 in.) 42 mm (1.653 in.) Helical spur gears 250 cc of special SACHS gear oil or other oils, - - -check, page 16 - -see oil level Twin-plate centrifugal clutch with hand-operated starting clutch 1H-teth BOSCH-magneto-generator 2,5 to 3.0 mm 1,75 0,25 n (.I0 to .I2 in.) 0.068 k 0.009 25-2E0-beforeTDC 20 30' before

Chassis: Fame: Front wheel suspension: Rear wheel suspension: Brakes, front: rear: Tires : Tire pressures: Drive chain ('12 x3/16"): Rear wheel hub chain eprocket : uel tank:
lulbs: leadlight: ail light, Stop light: Speedometer:

Prima (20 MPH)

Prima (25 MPH)

Prima (30 MPH)

Tubular frame Telescopic fork Swinging arm with springs Full hub brake 3.5 in./ 90 mm dia. Full hub brake 3.5 in./ 90 mm dia. 2'14-17 Front: 28 psi (2,O bar) Rear: 32 to 35 psi ( 2 , 2 5 2 5 bar) 106 lin'ks 102 links 50 teeth 45 teeth 1.16 gallon (4.4 Liter) P 25-1 6 V 21 W 6 W 511OW J 6 V 1,2W

Ignition point gap: Spark plug:



0.016 ? 0.002 in. /0,4 k 0,05 mm BOSCH W 175 T 1 (with SAE connecting nut) electrode gap 0.5 mm (0.02 in.) BlNG 85/10/101 1 BlNG 851121101 A I BlNG 851121104 A Main jet slide Main jet slide I Main jet slide 58 NO. 2 NO. 2 52 NO. 2 '

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Starter end d r c o r n p r v ~ ~ o r lcver cable (starter clutch) Choke lever cable (cold starting) Throttle twist control cable and adjustment screw (adjustment screw to adjust cable play)

4 Carburetor
Fig. 3
5 Air cleaner 6 End cover and oil control %re\ (clutch and transmissoin oil le\

7 Decompressor (starting aid)

8 Ignition coil

9 Spark plug connector

10 Cover (ignition)

Fig. 4

1 = Lever for starting lever 2 =-Light switch with horn button 3 = Speedometer 4 = Engine "Off-On" switch

7 5

= Front wheel brake 6 = Throttle twist grip 8 = Fixed grip

Choke lever


Gas C ~ D

In addition to sealing thv tank, the gas cap also serves to coniprnsate the pressure by venting the fuel tank, which is necessary to assure that fuel can flow unrestricted into the carburetor. It is therefore impotant that this pressure compensation is not hindered or blocked by inserting foam rubber rings or similar seals. The gas cap is designed as a bayonet type closure. Therefore to open: Turn to the left unti1 the stop is reached and then lift off. to close: Set gas cap in POsition and turnI to the right until the stop is reached

Fuel cock
The ilustration on this page shows the fuel cock and its three different positions. At "OPEN" - cock turned down - the tank will drain except for the reserve quantity. At "SHUT" - cock turned foreward the flow of fuel is stopped. At "RESERVE" - cock turned upward the tank will drain completely.

Filling up
(Mix 2112 oz of "two-stroke" oil with 1 gallon of Gasoline) Mixture: 1 partoil to 50 parts of "regular" gasoline. DO NOT USE "LOW LEAD GASOLllr:IE" as it will cause damage to engine. Oil: SACHS Special Oil is recommended. When not available, use any good grade of oil recommended for two-stroke engines. Engine: Shut engine off before filling gasoline tank. Always shake and mix the gasoline and oil before pouring into gas tank. 10

a a ~ j It is ~ ~ r ~ r ato close the fuel shut-off immediately after riding. Otherwise it could happen that row gasoline will cause damage of the crankshaft. A guarantee replacement could not be granted in these cases.

Before the motor can be operated, it is necessary to add the specified transmission oil (see "Lubrication and Maitenance Schedule") and to remove the rubber string from the vent slot in the end cover.

Starting Engine
1. Move handlebar ignition switch lever to "ON" position.
2. Turn gasoline shut-off lever straight down, to open position.

Anti-theft Lock
This device is built in the steering head. The key is inserted in the lock and the handle bars turned toward the right about 20 degrees. Now turn the key to the left and press in the lock until the lock catch engages in the slot in the front wheel fork. Finally turn the key toward the right and remove. Unloj in reverse sequence. Warning: Remove 'key before oferating moped.

Depress carburator "tickler" 3 to 5 seconds (for cold starts). Mount moped and pump pedals as a bicycle to approximately 5 mph. With left hand, pull starter control lever to handlebar. With right hand, rotate twist grip counter-clockwise to open throttle and pull choke lever with right thumb. 7. Release starter control lever and engine should start. 8. Continue to use cho'ke control until engine warms up. 9. If engine does not start, pull start lever and continue to pedal. Use choke and throttle as required. Stop pedaling.
3. 4. 5. 6.

rools and Air Pump

'he tools are well protected and accesible for ready use in a tray-shaped ~ontainer beneath the luggage carrier. 'o remove forward, press in the rear tall of the elastic container until the ~oldinglug can be pulled down out of he luggage carrier slot. lnstallafion in reverse sequence. The air pump is beneath the luggage carrier on the right hand side.

Moving Off
Accelerate slowly after the motor has begun to run. The centrifugal clutch engages as the engine speed increases and the bike moves off. It is recommended to use the pedals for help when moving off on gradients.

Shutting Off
Shut off motor with cutoff switch on handlebar. Do not shut off motor by applying the starter control. Shut fuel cock. Fig. 8


Maintenance Schedule
Every Item All bolts and nuts 300 mi./ 500 km 600 mi./ 1000 km Rear wheel chains Operation Tighten Lubricate

Air cleaner Transmission Spark plug

Clean Check oil level Check electrode gap, adjust if necessary Check ignition timing Clean, decarbonize Decarbonize Lubricate

26-27 20 21 24 24


Maintenance Schedule
Every 3000 mi./ Item Lubricating felt element on ignition point cam Carburetor Decompressor and starterlclutch Telescopic fork Operation Lubricate Clean Adjust If springs are stiff, dismantle, clean and apply 2 oz. (60 gr.) of grease to each fork side Check, lubricate and adjust if necessary Dismantle and clean, replace liners if necessary, check bearings Clean Page

18 23 24

As req.

1800 mi./ 3000 km

Ignition Exhaust Cylinders, cylinder head Cables Handle bar controls Center bearings Lock and lock guide Rear wheel chains

Steering bearing Brakes and hub bearings Fuel "shut-off"


Apply several arops of oil to joints and bearings Lubricate with light oil Remove, clean, lubricate


Checking Oil Level

Place bike with warm motor on a flat level surface and remove oil control plug (1). If the transmission oil level is lower than the control bore, add SACHS Special Transmission Oil until it flows out of the control bore. As described under "Checking Oil Level", add SACHS Special Transmission Oil (F & S Order NO. 02631 or SHELL Donax T 6 Fig. 9 BP ATF ESSO ATF 55 DEA Fluid 684 (ATF) CASTF

Air Cleaner
Remove left side cover. Pry off holder (1) and remove cover (2). Replace Micronic filter (3) if heavily contaminated. Blow dust off of slightly :ontaminated filter carefully. :lean air cleaner halves in gasoline.


Fig. 10

d MOBlL Flui~ 200 Y


SUNOCO Transmatic-Fluid AQ-ATF 737 A

An o i l change is not requlered.

Cleaning carburetor
(It is recommended to have this work carried out in a special worksshop.) Close "Gasoline shut-off". Remove left side cover and air cleaner. coosen cover (1) screws, lift cover and oull out throttle valve. Loosen clamping screw (2) ari d pull carburetor off of intake adaptor.

Adiustina carburetor .
The carburetor is adjusted on a motor at operating temperature To make sure that the starter valve does not functton at normal operating conditions, the starter valve cable must to have a play of ,040 ,0801n.11to 2 rnm. Loosen throttle valve control screw (2) and adjust the cable until the throttle valve is completely shut. T~ghtenthrottle valve control screw until the motor, at operating temperature, runs smoothly w ~ t h the throttle twist control closed. Adjust control screw (1) untll the cable between the carburetor and throttle rwlst control has a play of ,040 to .080 in.11 to 2 mm. Note: Make above adjustment carefully, because the centrifugal clutch will engage if the idle speed is too high.
Fig. 13




Fig. 12

Remove float housing (3). Unscrew main iet and needle jet. wear1 jet bores with compressed air. Never use a piece of wire or anything similar!


Clean float housing, filter screen and carburetor housing, in gasoline. When assembling, make sure t hat the jets fit properly and the seals sire correct! When installing the throttlc3 valve, its guide groove must face toward the frame.

Spark Plug
Electrode Gap The electrode gap increases during operation from heat. This is why the electrode gap has to be adjusted to specifications frow time to time. This in turn is done by bending ground electrode (a). The specified gap is ,020 in./ 0.5 mm.

Adjusting lgnition Timing

Ignition timing: ,068 f ,009 in. :' 1.75 k 0.25 mm (50511 D) and .10 to .12 in. ' 2.5 to 3.0 mm (505il A and 50511 B) BTDC. Marks are die stamped on the magneto flywheel and housing. " 0 " aligns with the line on the housing when the ist ton is at top dead center (TDC). djust ignition point gap to 0.016 f ,002 in. 10.4 k 0.05 mm when cam is at ighest position.

Fig 14

Cleaning: The spzrk plug should be cleaned every 600 miles/lOOO krn. A provisional cleaning is a, bb",m,plished at the insulator tip and between the electrodes A sand blaster however is requi red for Checking Function Unscrew spark plug, install p l ~ , . , nector, place plug threads against ground (cylinder head) and operate starter. If plug is in perfect condition, there must be strong sparking between the electrodes. Only toucl'I the Insulated part of the plug connect or, to a v o ~ da "shock" although rt is colnpletely harmless.

M" aligns with the line on the houing at the firing point. The points hould start to open when the maenetic ywheel is turned in the direction of otation slightly. The ignition timing ~ointcan be corrected by turning the rmature plate.



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Fig. 15


Disconnecting and Connecting Starter Clutch Cable at Motor

Disconnecting Loosen cable at starter control. ' Unscrew end cover. Disengage spring (7), unscrew capscrew (4) with seal, remove sleeve ( 5 ) , clutch lever (6) with cable and spring. Connecting Engage new cable at clutch lever, nilidJ." "" it through the hole in the housin g and install all of the parts in revers;e sequence. Install cable sleeve (2) with rubbe:r cap (3), guide cable through decomp~ ressor (1) and install cable sleeve. Guide cable through starter control.

Adjusting Starter and Decompression Lever

Tighten control screw (1) until it can be felt against stop on operating pin (3), then back it off 114 turn to provide slight play between the operating pin and control screw. Counterlock adjustment screw with nut

Determine depth of adjustment screw on starter control lever (on handle bars). Pull out cable to stop and clamp. Adjust the adjustment screw so that the starter control lever has a play of ,040 to ,080 in. / 1 to 2 mm. ounterlock the adjustment screw with e knurled nut. If the starter control lever does not have a adjustment screw, pull out the cable to stop and slide it back in until1 the cable sleeve has a play of ,040 to ,080 in1 1 to 2 mm between the decompresor and starter control lever. Clamp cable.

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Decarbonizing Cylinder, Piston, Cylinder Head and Exhaust

A specialist should always decarbonize the cylinder, piston and cylinder head. because damage to the piston and cylinder bearing surface could lead to serious problems.

Chain tension
The chain tension should be checked at certain operating intervals. This requires little effort and should therefore be accomplished before the chain begins to hit against the chain guard. To check the chain tension lift the chain to the end of its play. The distance which the chain can be lifted - the slack - should amount to 0 98 - 1.38 in 124-35 mm with the vehicle loaded. See Fig. 20. If this is not the case, loosen the axle nuts, "2" - Fig. 2 -, and change the position of the 1 1 rear wheel correspondingly using the chain tightener. "I" - Fig. 2 -. Adjust the chain tightener 30th sides in order to maintain the proper wheel alignment. un~


Decarbonlzlng Exhaust Remove exhaust.

Pull exhaust pipe out of muffler. Unscrew hex nut (1) at end pie off end piece (2) and remo cartridge (3).


Fig 19

Cleaning Gasoline Shut-off

It is recommended to remove and clean thoroughly the fuel cock once each ytear. Clean with gasoline by moving the cock through all of its positions. Clean1 liness is especially important for both filter screens. Flushing with clean gasoline is just as important as blowing through with the air pump. Do not forget to correctly insert a new gas cap seal when reassembling.

Telescopic Front Fork

The front wheel telescopic fork is practically maintenance free thanks to life time lubrication. Check tightness of all fork and handle bar mounting screws and nuts every 1200 miles12000 km for safety's sake. Should the springs become stiff after long periods of operation, have a specialist dismantle, clean and lubricate the fork. !4

Fig. 20

Servicing Chains
The chains should be a) lubricated thoroughly with a good quality "chain hube" on the engaging side of the gears every 300 milesi500 km and b) removed and cleaned thoroughly in boiling water every 1800 miles/3000 km, then lubricated. Cleaning Chains a) Treat chains in kerosine or solvent to :emove dirt and hardened lubricants, by appling a steel brush and a normal brush to the links which are turned continuously until all of the links are clean and easy to move.
b) Place air dried chains in a warm special chain grease. Turn the chains several times after they have taken o n the temperature of the grease bath. Move all of the links on the complete chain continuously and take the chain out of the bath as soon as the bath is just barely in a drip state. Hang up chains to drip dry.

Rear Wheel Drive

The rear wheel drive is effected by pedalling and by motor force operating the rear wheel via one roller chains. These chains are held together by a chain lock. Make sure that the lock spring of the chain lock has its closed end facing toward the direction of travel.


Sh O n cl e i e

Fig. 22 Kettenlaufrichtung = Direction of chain travel Dffnen = Open SchlieOen = Close Kettenlaufrichtung = Direction of chain travel Lage der Sicherungsfeder = Position of lock spring

Removing and Installing Front Wheel . .

1. Place bike on kick stand.
2. ljnscrew speedometer cable nut on

qemoving and Installing Rear Wheel

I. Place vehicle on middle stand.

left side of hub and remove the cable. 3. Screw up brake cable (6) counternut on right side of wheel all the way, press down cable adjusting screw (1) as far as possible and disconnect holder (5). If necessary turn the brake control lever clockwise with a wrench at hex nut (4).
4. Unscrew both axle nuts (3) and re-

!. Screw knurled nut (3) off of t rod

3. Screw off axle nuts (2). Remove chain tight ?ner (1) and lift chain from sprocket.
PUII rear wheel off towards front, tilting the vehicle slightly to the side.

Fig. 24

move strut of the fender from axle. Take off wheel downwards. When reinstalling, make sure that the fork holders on the right side engage in the slot of front wheel hub lever (2). Tighten axle nuts again. After connecting the brake cable, the brakes will have to be adjusted again, i. e. the brake control lever travel at the handle bars must be about .40 in./ 10 mm so that the bra'kes catches. (See Fig. 25.)

Remounting is accornplisheh in the reverse order. After remounting check the chain tension and readjust if necessary. See page 25 for procedure. Readjust rear wheel brake!

Adjusting Brakes
It is necessary to adjust the brake control lever .40 in./ 10 mm, measured necting nipple. When set be felt as they grip. Fig. 25 the brakes as soon as it is noticed that travel has increased. Normal travel is at the brake control lever near the con. at this distance the brake shoes shouid

Readjustment of the rear brakes

Screw the knurled nut (1, Fig. 27) onto the brake rod until the bra'ke lever on the engine (1, Fig. 28) extends downward horizontally when the brake is actuated. Be extremely careful that the brake lever on the engine does not rub against the engine block when the brake is actuated.

Loosen nut (2) on the setscrew ( I J arlu screw setscrew out until the hand brake lever has 10 mm of free travel. Lock in place with counter nut. Readjustment is also possible on the hand brake lever (on the handlebars)!

Adjustment of brake light

SV The brake light switch must be adjusted so that the brake light illuminates immediately when the coaster brake is actuated. Adjustment is possible by moving the shackle (2, Fig. 28) on the brake rod.

Fig. 26 30

Maintenance to the hubs requires professional skill and should be accomplished by a trained mechanic. Bearing adjustment The hubs have an adjustable conical bearing. If readjustment is required care must be taken that the bearings are not adjusted too tight. The cone retaining nut must be screwed down tight while holding the cone in place. After securing recheck for freedom of movement. The wheel xle nuts should have a slight amount of lateral play nfter it is mounted in the vehicle are tightened. Lubrlcation Relubrication is necessary after 5000. .I0000 km 13000 mi.. Excessive braking effect (grabbing) As all motorized vehicle brakes, the brakes are subject to so called "morning sickness". By this we mean that the brakes tend to grab even when applied lightly. This is caused by rust deposits on the brake linings which forms when the brakes are not used for a longel period (parking the vehicle over night) due to humidity or water which has seeped in. We recommend as a matter of principle that the brakes be actuated lightly, and then forcefully each time the vehicle is operated at the beginning. After 18.. .30 mi.130.. .50 km of driving the rust deposit will be ground off and the brakes will again operate perfectly.

Checking brake linings


The d~arneterof the brake lin~ngsattached to the brake plate IS 3 5 2 In I 89,5 mm in new cond~tlon,measured at dimension width "1 ". When they are worn down to 3.41 In i 863 mm, the brake shoes must be replaced.





Fig. 29

. .6000 mi.

Wiring Diagram
S "' er %me l+f Alternoling cvrcet h m Stop-11ghtswrtch for hond broke Stop-l~ghtswitch for foot brake

Consumer information
This sheet contains information on stopping-/passing d~stancesand acceleration as required by the United States Department of Transportation. Data were derived from tests conducted with new vehicles under good road conditions by skilled drivers and. may not be representative data for used vehicles, other road conditions or drivers. STOPPING-/PASSING DISTANCES AND ACCELERATION This figure indicates braking performance that can be met or exceeded by the vehicles to which i t applies, without locking the wheels, under different conditions of loading and with partial failures of the braking system. The information presented represents results obtainable by skilled, drivers under controlled road and vehicle conditions, and the information may not be correct under other conditions. Descri~tion vehicles to which this table a ~ ~ l i e SACHS "Suburban and Prima" of s:
Fullv O p e r a t i o n 8 1 S e r v i c e B r a k e
Suburban / Prlma

PO mph


165 I b s o p e r a t l r

Maximum i 9 f l I b s o p e r a t o r


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Spark plug


Quburban / Prima

- 25 mph 30 mph


165 I b s oeerntor Ibs

Mr~;nurn 223


Suburban / Prlma

Lrl T t .


165 I b s operator


Maximum 7711 I b s o p e r a t o r






S t o p p l n g d i s t a n c e i n Feet a t maclmum s p e ~ d .

Acceleration and passing ability

This figure indicates passing times and d.istances that can be met or exceeded by the vehicles to which it applies in the situations diagrammed below. The low-speed pass assumes an initial speed of 20 mph and a limiting speed of 35 rnph. The high-speed pass assumes an initial speed of 50 mph and a limiting speed of 80 mph. Notice: The information represents results obtainable by skilled drivers under controlled road and vehicle conditions and the information may not be correct under other conditions. Description of vehicles to which this table applies: SACHS "Suburban and Prima" Summary table Low-speed pass High-speed pass

Winter operation and corrosion protection

If the vehicle is used dur~ngthc wlnter month, considerable damage to the frame and engine could result from salt on the streets. We recommend that the frame and engine be thorougly cleaned often during this season (particulary after longer periods of operating) with SACHS Engine and Hub Cleaner (F & S Order No. 0269 004 000) observing the following instructions. a) that the engine block, cylinder head, aluminum hub parts and other Darts on the vehicle be cleaned with a brush (do not use a wire brush) and treated with coirosion protection paint (F & S Order No. 0269 001 100). b) that the frame, chrome and enameled parts with SACHS Spray Preservative and Polish (F & S Order No. 0269 003 000).

Suburban / Prima - 30 mph 635 Feet 17 Sec. not capable

Suburban I Prima - 25 mph 830 Feet 23,8 Sec. not capable

Suburban / Prima - 20 mph not capable not capable

Storing the engine

H the engine is not used for a longer period of time, there is a danger that rust will form. Before storing the engine, shut off the engine by closing the fuel cock after the last run. Allow the carburetor to empty 11nt1l thr engine stops running, this will prevent the fuel line and carburetor system from gumming,up. To protect the bearings, crankshaft and inside of the cylinder, squirt 8 . . .10 cc's of SACHS corrosion protection oil (F & S Order No. 0969090005) into the carburetor inta'ke and 3 . . .5 cc's into the spark plug hole, and actuate the starting mechanism several times. For protecting the outside of the engine we recommend SACHS Spray Preservative and Polish (F & S Order No. 0269 003 000).
Caution! If the bike is stored for a long time with a full fuel tank, the oilifuel mixture could separate. We recommend to either mix the oil and fuel thoroughly or to change the o~lifuelmixture before operating the bike again. NO warranty is accepted for gummed fuel and carburetor systems or rust on the inside and outside of the motor.

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