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Wangye WY250T SPECIFICATION AND USER MANUAL

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Filed Under (Wangye) by admin on 25-11-2010

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item Data Item Data L×W×H mm 2015×680×1210 Front Tyre T 130/160-13 Wheelbase mm 1350 Rear Tyre 110/180-10 Ground Clearance mm 101 Air Pressure of Fr tyre 200 kPa Dry weight kg 160kg Air Pressure of Rr tyre 250 kPa Max Load kg 150kg Transmission system CVT Turning angle of steering handle ≤48° Ratio 5.12~15.05 Brake base mm ≤7(30km/h) Engine Type 169MM Single Cylinder、4 stroke、 water-cooled Max Speed km/h ≥85km/h Bore×stroke mm 69×66.8 Consumption L/100km ≤3.1L/100km Displacement ml 249.8 Climb ability º ≥18 Clutch automatically centrifugal Light vertical angle -1.3% Fuel tank L 7 Starting system Electric Battery 12V 9Ah – 4 – Table 2 Item specification Item Specification Lubricative System Press & splash Ignition System CDI Rated Power 10.5kW/6500(r/min) Fuse 15 A Max Torque 17.6N.m/5000(r/min) Front light 12V 35W/35W×2 Compression ratio 10.01 ∶ Tail/stop light 12V P21/5W Spark Plug Model DPR7EA(NGK) 、D7RTC或DPR6EA License light 12V 5W Spark plug gap mm 0.6~0.7 mm Turning light 12V 10W×4 Gap of valve 0.1(cold) Fuel RQ90 above Idling speed (1500±150)r/min Gearbox oil SAE 80W/90 Engine oil SF SAE 10W/40 capacity of gear box 0.18L Capacity of engine oil 1.1L

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BMW K 1300 S, K 1300 R and K 1300 GT SPECIFICATION

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Filed Under (BMW) by admin on 17-11-2010

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The K 1300 S with 175 hp, the K 1300 R with 173 hp and the K 1300 GT with 160 hp. The new K bikes feature updated transmission and clutch assembly, plus smoother engine performance and new switchgear. Von Kuenheim continues: “By raising capacity to 1300 cc, our engineers have not only increased output but also torque on all three models. At the same time the driveline was intensively revised from air/fuel mixture formation right through to the exhaust system. In this way we have been able to optimize partial load behavior as well as throttle response. Now the clutch can be operated with even less effort and with greater refinement. Shifting has been improved tangibly due to constructional changes to the gearbox and drive.” BMW is introducing new options for the 2009 as well. The popular Electronic Suspension Adjustment that first appeared on the 2005 K 1200 S has now been updated with even more on-the-fly adjustability and it’s called ESA II. Also new is the quick-shifter option, racing-style gear shift assistant, borrowed from BMW’s race-ready HP2 Sport. Automatic Stability Control (ASC) is also offered as an option on the new K bikes. “Both the K 1300 S and also the R will also have the shift assistant – familiar from the HP2 Sport – available as an option for the first time,” von Kuenheim emphasized. “We have also advanced the chassis. The new lower longitudinal strut is now made of aluminum and is thus considerably lighter. This makes the front wheel guidance response even more sensitive. The result of this comprehensive development work is superior handling, improved rideability and lower fuel consumption. The electronically adjustable suspension – called ESA in short – was launched as a world first on the K 1200 S. Now we are presenting the new, well-proven ESA II as an option for the K Series. Apart from the suspension and damping this unique system also allows the spring rate to be adjusted at the press of a button. The K Series model revision also heralds a new and innovative generation of switches and controls.

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YAMAHA YZF-R1 engine TechnicaL Specification

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Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 13-11-2010

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The 2006 model runs with the same 998 cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC 4-cylinder 5-valve layout featuring a 77 x 53.6 mm bore and stroke and 12.4:1 compression ratio. Equipped with a 3-axis transmission, fuel injection and 40 degree forward slanted cylinders, this ultra-compact powerplant is one of the most highly respected supersport engines of all time. Yamaha’s engineers have conducted a thorough examination of the R1′s intake and exhaust efficiency, and for 2006 a range of detailed changes in this area have achieved a 3 Hp increase in power at 12,500 rpm without direct air induction. One of the most significant changes is the use of shorter intake valve guides for 2006. Measuring 27.5 mm, these new guides are 5 mm shorter than the 2005 model, and this 15% reduction in length increases engine efficiency by increasing intake air flow, and reducing frictional power losses. To match the new intake valve guides, the 2006 model also features smoother intake ports. Furthermore, the clutch boss has been modified to increase the oil flow to the clutch assembly. other detail changes The design of the compact cam chain tensioner has been revised, and now features a different sealing system for improved durability. The overall length of the main gear axle is increased by 5 mm, and the engine cover is modified accordingly. engine TechnicaL highLighTS n 998 cc liquid-cooled 4-stroke DOHC 4-cylinder 5-valve n 3 hp power increase to 175 Hp @ 12,500 rpm* n 40 degree forward incline cylinder n Fuel injection n Ultra compact 3-axis transmission n 77 x 53.6 mm bore and stroke n 12.4:1 compression ratio n New smoother intake port design n New shorter intake valve guides n Higher intake and exhaust efficiency n Modified cam chain tensioner n Redesigned clutch boss * Without direct air induction
chaSSiS The R1′s Deltabox V chassis has been developed with the benefit of ongoing structural analysis and repeated testing, all the time using input from our highly successful MotoGp race programme. For 2006 the R1′s class-leading aluminium Deltabox V frame remains externally similar to the existing model, but beneath the skin some subtle yet significant changes have taken place

victory 650 And 750 twIns specification

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Filed Under (Victory) by admin on 13-11-2010

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Super Sport. The example tested by Cycle World magazine in August 1968 looked identical to the European specification 750 except for higher handlebars, a 35/35 watt headlight, larger round CEV taillight, 120mph Smiths speedometer, and an American Eagle tank badge. The headlamp shell was also different, with an additional warning lamp, and the American Eagle headlight shell featured the large hole and rubber plug (with Laverda logo) as on some early 650s. When tested by Cycle magazine in January 1969 (now called the American Eagle ‘Classic’) there was a different colour scheme, with pinstriping on the fuel tank and sidecovers (although this colour scheme also appeared in some Italian advertising and official photos). Optional for the American Eagle was a large chrome-plated engine protection bar with chrome Vitaloni rear vision mirrors attached on each side. In McCormack’s advertising the bore and stroke of the American Eagle were listed as 79.5 x 76.2mm, and this was obviously incorrect as the engine specifications were the same as the European versions. The claimed power by McCormack for the American Eagle was also Below: This Super Sport, number 1646, is based on a 750 GT, but others were converted 750 Ss. ** t he l AverdA t wIns & t rIples B IBle top triple clamp from the top. A round reflector was situated on the headlamp mounts. As there was no room for all the wiring inside this smaller shell, the electrical connectors were moved underneath the fuel tank, and there were thick grey wires leading to the Lucas switches. When turn signals were fitted these were also Lucas, the handlebar switch being on the right. The throttle was now a chrome-plated, dual-cable Tommaselli Daytona 2C, without a throttle stop, with the handlebar also Tommaselli. The dual seat on a fibreglass base, or solo seat with locking compartment, continued as before. The 750 SF1 continued to be sold in the UK, where the price was £998, but at that time a 750cc Triumph Bonneville T140V sold for £625 so the Laverda was never going to be a volume seller. In Italy, the SF1 was still one of the most popular large capacity machines available, selling for L1,227,200 when the Triumph T140V sold for L1,357,000

2009 Chief Vintage specification

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Filed Under (Cobra) by admin on 17-11-2010

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STYLING • Chromed tear drop Halogen Headlamp • Auxilliary driving lamps • Die cast console – color matched • Black and polished engine with chrome covers • Chromed spoke wheels • Available billet wheels • Two into one stainless steel exhaust system with three way catalytic c onverter and chromed shields • Available short skirt fenders and dual tone paint • Metal tank badge • Chrome fender tips (not pictured) • Chrome brake calipers (not pictured) • Chrome engine guards (not pictured) POWER TRAIN • Air cooled, pushrod Power Plus 105ci engine • Closed loop, sequential, port injection with heated oxygen sensors • Six speed transmission CHASSIS • Seat: Solo seat with passenger pillion, available in black, tan and red leather with fringe • Chrome grab rail • 5.5 gallon fuel tank • oating rotors and 4 piston calipers in oating rotor and two piston caliper in the rear. • Two accessory 12 V outlets • Tinted windshield • Saddle bags available in black, tan, or red leather with fringe ELECTRICAL • Tank mounted analog speedometer and multi function digital display • Charging system 42 Amps • Lamps: Tear drop head lamp, glass front fender light, auxilliary spot lights • There are no electrical relays in the system DIMENSIONS Note: All specification subject to change Length 100.5″ Width 40.5″ Height 50.5″ Seat Height Laden 26.69″ Seat Height Unladen 27.89″ Wheelbase 68.4″ Dry Weight (will vary for each model) 738 lbs Running Order Weight 773 lbs Rake Steering Head/Trail 34°/5.92″ GVW – Gross Vehicle Weight 1260 lbs ENGINE Engine Type Power Plus 105, Air-Cooled Displacement 105 Cubic Inches Bore x Stroke 3.966 x 4.25 Compression Ratio 9 to 1 Engine Torque 100 ft*lbs (TBD) Fuel System Closed Loop Sequential Port Fuel Injection DRIVETRAIN Primary Drive Chain Gearbox Six Speed Gear Ratio (overall) 1st 10.441:1 2nd 7.090:1 3rd 5.172:1 4th 3.984:1 5th 3.193:1 6th 2.771:1 Final Drive Belt CHASSIS Frame High tensile steel, monoshock Suspension/Front Diameter 41 mm/Travel 108 mm Suspension/Rear Single shock/travel 73 mm Brakes/Front Dual Caliper with Floating Rotors 11.5″ Diameter Brakes/Rear Single Caliper Floating Rotor 11.5″ Diameter Tires/Front 130/90-16 White Wall Tires/Rear 150/90-16 White Wall Wheels Wire spoked Exhaust System Two Into One Stainless Steel With Chromed Shields ELECTRICAL Electrical Instruments Tank mounted analog speedometer and muti function digital display Charging System 42 Amps Lamps Tear drop head lamp, glass front fender light, auxillary spot lights. WARRANTY 2 Years PRICING $35,499 delivery, set up and local taxes not included STANDARD COLORS Thunder Black AVAILABLE COLORS $199 Indian Red $899 Thunder Black & Winter White $899 Midnight Blue Metallic & Winter White $899 Thunder Black & Indian Red $899 Willow Green & Ivory Cream Indian Red & Ivory Cream Navajo Turquose & Winter White

MACHINE SPECIFICATION FOR 115cc (UNDERBONE) (4-stroke horizontal layout engine)

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Filed Under (Tips and Review) by admin on 12-12-2010

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(This is for clarification only. Other parts not listed in Art. 2.5 & 2.6 can be altered or replaced. Change of specification means modification, changes or removal of the parts.) 2.6.1 Change of compression ratio is allowed. 2.6.2 Setting of carburetor, attachment or size change of air funnel. 2.6.3 Inlet opening of fuel tank for fuel charge may be modified but cannot be relocated. 2.6.4 Change of fuel pipe and fuel cork. 2.6.5 Change of exhaust pipe and muffler, but must have silencer. 2.6.6 Material of clutch discs and specifications of spring. Hand clutch is allowed. 2.6.7 Gear ratios are free. 2.6.8 Starting device and parts relative to this device may be removed. 2.6.9 Modification or removal of air cleaner box, wire harness and control wires. 2.6.10 Removal of speedometer (including meter gearbox and cable.) 2.6.11 Removal of drive chain case and cover. Change of drive chain is allowed. 2.6.12 Change of final gear ratio is allowed. 2.6.13 Attachment of bead stopper and balance weight to tyre. 2.6.14 Modification and change of rear brake part is allowed. 2.6.15 Frame body may be strengthened. 2.6.16 Modification and change to brackets and pedals including footrest. 2.6.17 Front suspension unit must remain as originally produced by the manufacturer. However, the following internal parts of the fork can be modified: Shims, hydraulic piston, oil passages, springs and spacers. 2.6.18 Attachment of stabilizer to strengthen or reinforcing rear swing arm is allowed. 2.6.19 Removal of dust seals. 2.6.20 Rear suspension unit must remain as originally produced by the manufacturer. However rear suspension unit is free. The rear linkage must remain as originally produced by the manufacturer. 2.6.21 Handle bars, clutch and front brake lever may be changed by an after market copy. Clutch springs may be changed. 2.6.22 Steering dampers may be fitted. They must not act in any way as a steering lock limiting device. 2.6.23 Materials of streamlining and material of seat cowling. (However, expensive materials such as carbon fibre and kevlar are not allowed). 2.6.24 Removal of rear mudguard and side cover. Front mudguard may be cut but not less than 6 inches from the front fork on original part. 2.6.25 All lubricants are free 2.6.26 Adjusting and polishing any parts are allowed. Adjusting is defined as : “To select each part or assembly complete with-in the limit of single or total tolerance” (i.e. that of valve clearance, ignition timing etc.) 2.6.27 Cutting unnecessary stays is

1981 Vespa P 200E Engine Specification

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Filed Under (Vespa) by admin on 11-11-2010

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Engine Specification – Malossi 210 Bodywork or other specialised parts – Malossi kit and pm pipe Cruising Speed and Top Speed — 60 and 80 on a good day Paintwork – Red with ‘Rasher’ from the Beano on Accessories – Rusty grab rail and battle scars Known History of the Vehicle – was one of Stoker’s scoots from a long time ago (1989 ish). Originally came from Milton Keynes. Sold on to Jason ‘Reg’,Redgers, who used it for a while, but then emigrated to Sweden – but left the scooter at his parents’ houses (they moved a few times, and each time had to house the beast for him!). It has not been on the road since about 1992, but now it has been brought back from the dead to be once again thrashed by a slightly younger rebel!! Time taken to build and by who?- Mr. Dan Stokes can have the credit for that Hardest Part of the Project – ? Ask him, but I don’t think he would remember. (Didn’t hardly use it, cos I had an a RD350LC at the same time so that used to get thrashed instead!! DS) Overall Cost (time and money) approx. – Who cares? Overall Cost that you have told your wife – Cheaper than most of scooters owned

Victory vision ENGINE SPECIFICATION

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Filed Under (Victory) by admin on 13-11-2010

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Type: Air/oil-cooled SOHC 4-valve-per- cylinder 50° V-twin 4-stroke Displacement: 1731cc Compression ratio: 9.4:1 Bore x stroke: 101 x 102mm Starting system: Electric Engine management: Electronic ignition Fuel system: Electronic fuel injection with 45mm throttle bodies Clutch: Wet multiplate Transmission: 6-speed Final drive: Belt FRAME Type: Tubular steel Swingarm: Aluminium Front suspension: Conventional 43mm dia. telescopic fork Rear suspension: Linkage-type w/single gas-charged shock absorber, air adjustable Brakes: Linked system comprising twin 300mm rotor floating discs with 3-piston calipers up front & single 300mm floating rotor with 2-piston caliper rear Wheels: Cast aluminium 18 x 3.0 in. front & 16 x 5.0 in. rear Tyres: Dunlop Elite 130/70R18 front & 180/60R16 rear DIMENSIONS Wheelbase: 1670mm Rake/Trail: 29°/137mm Seat height: 673mm Dry weight: 365kg Fuel tank capacity: 22.7The engine is reasonably quiet and remarkably smooth in cruise mode. It has the lovely pulse that a massive V-twin develops when you gas it up, but on cruise it takes a conscious effort to find even the slightest tick from the donk. I was incredulous at times. The range on a tankful varied with how sportily I pushed the bike along, but it was about ‘big tourer’ standard. It rides harder than you might expect; it’s an enjoyable bike to toss around too. Stopping is taken care of by a set of three 300mm discs, twin floating rotors with three-piston calipers up front and one two-piston unit aft. They are linked, provided good feel and were confidence

Yamaha YZ400F Engine specification

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Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 13-11-2010

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During more than 25 years as one of the world’s leading manufacturers of advanced motocross machinery Yamaha has consistently developed and produced exciting and innovative new engine technology. Now Yamaha are about to amaze the off-road world once again with what is surely the most important new powerplant to be produced since our liquid cooled YZ 2-strokes of the early 1980s. Extremely compact and remarkably light, the YZ400F’s 4-stroke powerplant incorporates some of the most sophisticated technology ever seen on a production motocross engine. Displacing 399cc, this 55hp high performance liquid cooled motor features bore and stroke dimensions of 92 x 60.1mm – a free-revving short stroke configuration which allows this ground-breaking motorcycle to produce a wider powerband than today’s 250cc 2-strokes. Short skirt piston runs in a ceramic composite plated cylinder which reduces frictional losses, thereby enhancing throttle response throughout the rpm range. To ensure overall dimensions are kept to a minimum this revolutionary new engine is fitted with an extremely light and compact 5-valve cylinder head. Running a 12.5:1 compression ratio and with a combustion chamber volume of 20.8 cc, this high efficiency 5-valve design runs with lightweight valves, springs and lifters for immediate throttle response and smooth high rpm operation. Feeding the three lightweight inlet valves is a 39mm Keihin flat-slide carburettor which breathes through a large capacity airbox. Special feature on the YZ400F’s intake side is an innovative air valve which is designed to ensure easy starting when the engine is warm. A tube connects the machine’s inlet manifold directly to the airbox, bypassing the FCR39 carburettor. By pulling the air valve’s choke-type knob, air is fed straight from the airbox into the engine for easier warm starting.

YAMAHA YZ MOTOCROSS ENGINE specification

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Filed Under (Yamaha) by admin on 13-11-2010

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YZ450F Engine Reshaped intake ports The YZ450F’s innovative 5-valve cylinder head design is one of the most sophisticated in the category, and plays a vital role in enabling this high-tech MX bike maintain its well-documented superiority on the race track. For 2008 the combustion efficiency of this advanced cylinder head is further improved with the introduction of reshaped intake ports which enhance the bike’s low to mid-range performance. New exhaust camshaft profile Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. Page 5 of 33
In order to optimise the significant performance gains of the new intake port design, the latest YZ450F’s 5-valve cylinder head is equipped with new camshafts featuring reshaped Yamaha Motor Europe N.V. Page 6 of 33
profiles. The inlet valve timing has been adjusted, the overlap is modified and exhaust lift is revised to create an idealised balance of intake and exhaust operations for increased combustion efficiency and improved performance in the important low to mid-range zone. Reduced piston clearance The YZ450F powerplant is already one of the most advanced 4-stroke engine designs in the MX world, featuring cutting-edge technology which gives it a real advantage. Extensive use of lightweight materials has enabled Yamaha to create a light, compact and high-revving engine which produces a remarkably wide band of hard hitting power – and for 2008 our engineers have further reduced cylinder/piston tolerances of the 95mm diameter piston in order to enhance the overall package. These reductions may only be measurable in terms of microns, yet the differences are most definitely tangible, and include increased torque output, smoother running and quieter operation. New 94dB silencer Complying with the new FIM94dB(A) regulations is a new stainless steel silencer which maintains the machine’s strong low to mid-range power output, while reducing overall noise.

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