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Dear customers! First of all thank you for buying a vehicle from our company. Before starting to ride your new vehicle, we recommend to read this user guide very careful. It contains a lot of important information and advices for the correct use. This user guide is one part of the equipment of the vehicle and at the sale it must be handed over to the owner. We reserve the right to make technical modifications on the vehicles without changing the characteristic features of them. We are not responsible for mistakes in the translation or the printing of the user guide. If you have any questions, please contact one of our authorized dealers.
We wish you a lot of fun and a good start with your new vehicle.
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Index 1. General information
1.1 Prior starting vehicle 1.2 Modifications on the vehicle 1.3 Important code numbers on the vehicle
2. Parts location 3. Various parts operation
3.1 Dashboard 3.1.1 Speedometer 3.1.2 Odometer 3.1.3 Oil level indicator 3.1.4 High beam indicator 3.1.5 Direction light indicator 3.1.6 Fuel indicator 3.1.7 Current time function
3.2 Ignition lock 3.3 Starter button 3.4 Headlight switch 3.5 Dimmer switch 3.6 Horn 3.7 Direction indicator 3.8 Steering lock
3.8.1 Locking 3.8.2 Unlocking
3.9 Helmet box
4. Starting engine 4.1 Starting the engine with electricity 4.2 Kickstarter
5. Correct riding operation 5.1 Start up 5.2 Speed adjustment
5.2.1 Acceleration 5.2.2 Deceleration
5.3 Running in instructions 5.4 Correct braking and turning 5.5 Riding when it rains 5.6 Safety through training
6. How to stop and park
6.1 Stop 6.2 Parking 6.3 Choice of a suitable parking place
7. Inspections before operation 7.1 Fuel 7.2 Steering 7.3 Brakes
7.3.1 Drum brake 7.3.2 Disc brake
7.4 Stop light 7.5 Direction indicator 7.6 Tires 7.7 Shock absorber 7.8 Illumination 7.9 Horn 7.10 Speedometer 7.11 Back mirror
8. Regular maintenance and inspection 8.1 Battery
8.1.1 Removal and assembly of battery 8.2 Fuse 8.3 Bulb replacement
8.3.1 Head light 8.3.2 Direction indicator front and rear 8.3.3 Tail and stop light
8.4 Correct adjustment of low beam 8.5 Inspection of cable rubber parts
9. If engine does not start 10. Safety operation 11. Final thought 12. Technical data 13. Service instructions
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1. General nformation 1.1 PRIOR STARTING VEHICLE This manual describes matters pertaining to correct operation, safe operation and simple maintenance of the vehicle you purchased. To ensure more comfortable and safer operation, we recommend to read this manual carefully prior to operation.
The photographs and pictures shown in this manual may differ from those of actual vehicles due to changes in vehicle specifications or made modifications.
This vehicle is designed for 2 riders including the operator. If you use the vehicle in an irregular way, you arent eligible for any warranty claim.
Check the vehicle before your first trip. Keep the vehicle clean and conduct all specified maintenance inspections. Make sure to stop engine and stay away from fire when refuelling. Exhaust gas contains harmful substances such as carbon monoxide. Start engine at well-
ventilated places. 1.2 MODIFICATIONS ON THE VEHICLE All modifications on the vehicle, as the increase of cylinder capacity, the engine output or speed, change the characteristic features of the vehicle category. Additional this is prohibited by law and will be prosecuted. If you ride without any driving license you take a risk that your vehicle will be confiscated and must be checked and admitted again through the appropriate authority. Also note, that all modifications regarding the exhaust emission characteristics and noise behaviour cause the expiry of the driving license. Furthermore all modifications at illuminiation, license plate, license plate holder, acustic warning devices or back mirrors are not allowed by law and you havent an insurance coverage anymore. Pay attention that all above mentioned modifications are not covered by warranty and releases the manufacturer from any liability. Use only genuine parts respectively parts which are recommended from the manufacturer or authorized dealer. The dealers offer a wide range of accessories which conform to any technical, functional and aesthetic features of the vehicle and comply to the road traffic regulations. The fitting of not original accessories, as wind shield, top case may affect your riding safety and is possibly subject to authorisation. The use of accessories or spare parts not released through the vehicle manufacturer could cause the expiry of any warranty claim. Attachment Do not add electrical equipment (radio, illumination) - that will exceed the vehicles electrical system
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1.3 IMPORTANT CODE NUMBERS ON THE VEHICLE The vehicle has following code numbers: vehicle identification number engine number license plate Record the vehicle identification number and the engine number along with the vehicle license plate number and keep them separately from the vehicle. Any modification of the VIN is not allowed. Before licence of the vehicle, it is important to compare the VIN on your vehicle with the VIN mentioned in your vehicle documents. Vehicle identification number: The VIN (17-digit) is important for its explicit identification and is needed for registration at the responsible authority. It is stamped on the frame as you can see on the picture.
Engine number The serial number of the engine is stamped on the top of the lh crank case.
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2. PARTS LOCATION OLIVER CITY
Type plate Anti tampering plate (under the seat) Luggage holder Tail/stop light
Seat lock VIN
Brake lever for front wheel
Brake lever for rear wheel
Kickstarter Air filter Battery
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OLIVER SPORT Back mirror
Type plate Anti tampering plate (under seat)
Tail/stop light Luggage holder
Seat lock Brake lever for rear wheel
Oil tank Main stand
Fuel tank cap Helmet box
Brake lever for front wheel
Kickstarter Air filter
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3. Various parts operation 3.1 DASHBOARD
3.1.1 Speedometer The standard speed indication is km/h. 3.1.2 Odometer Total forward distance is indicated in km. The white digits on black background indicate 100- m-units. 3.1.3 Oil level indicator If the oil level drops below the MIN-marking in the oil tank, the oil indicator is lighting on the display.
Stop your vehicle immediately and fill up engine oil of specification mentioned in the maintenance schedule.
After changing oil and turning the key to ON, the oil level indicator has to go out.
Check the function of the oil level indicator by turning the ignition key to the position between ON and OFF. In this position the oil level indicator has to light up. Generally we recommend to check a satisfactory oil level always when you fuel the vehicle.
3.1.4 High beam indicator When operating the high beam indicator the symbol for high beam is lighting on the display. 3.1.5 Direction light indicator When operating the left or right direction indicator, the relative symbol for the left- or right hand side is
blinking on the display. 3.1.6 Fuel indicator It indicates the fuel volume in the fuel tank. If the fuel level reaches the reserve fuel area, the fuel
indicator is lighting on the display. Refuel as soon as possible. 3.1.7 Time The time will be indicated in hours and minutes.
Odometer Direction light indicator Oil indicator
Fuel level indicator Speedometer
High beam indicator
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Through pressing the rh mode-button the date will be indicated for about 4 sec.
Through shortly pressing the lh mode-button the date and the time appear alternately.
Through pressing the rh mode-button twice, the seconds will be indicated on the display. To reset, press the lh mode-button twice. Through pressing the rh mode-button the adjustment will be confirmed and the time will be indicated on the display.
Through pressing the lh mode-button twice, the month will be indicated. Adjustment through pressing the rh mode-button, confirmation through pressing the lh mode-button. The display indicates the day adjustment through pressing the rh mode-button and confirmation through pressing the lh mode-button.
The display indicates the hours adjustment through pressing the rh mode-button and confirmation through pressing the lh mode-button. The display indicates the minutes adjustment through pressing the rh mode-button, confirmation through pressing the lh mode-button.
Through pressing the rh mode-button the adjusted time now will be indicated on the display. 3.2 IGNITION LOCK Due to the ignition lock its possible to start or stop the engine. The ignition lock is placed below the operating elements. Off
The electric circuit of the vehicle is intermitted, the engine ca