To help identify parts and clarify procedure steps, there are exploded diagrams at the start of each removal and disassembly section. The Vino 125 stops quickly as well, thanks to the well designed 180mm front disc brake. As you may suspect, the Vino 125 has a nice large storage area for your full face helmet under the seat. Each section has sub-sections wich titles appear in smaller print than the section title. .
Over the years the Vino 125 was kept unchanged, save for varying color options colors listed at bottom of page. Design and Amenities The Vino 125 is a surprisingly good handler with adequate suspension. Expect around 70mpg in normal mixed use. The inclusion of the front disc brake is one advantage that the Vino 125 has over the Vino 50, which has always made do with a front drum brake. Internationally Yamaha sold in the Vino 125 in a moderate array of countries. Comprehensive explanations of all installation, removal,disassembly,assembly,repair and check procedures are laid out with the individual steps in sequential order.
Top speed of the Vino 125 is about 55mph - depending on rider size and riding conditions. The Vino 125 has a fairly low seat 29. Just buy this manual now and you will get you job done immediately because in just a minute you'll have your manual downloaded. This manual is known in many names: Yamaha Vino 125 2004 service manual Yamaha Vino 125 2004 repair manual Yamaha Vino 125 2004 workshop manual Yamaha Vino 125 2004 shop manual. This is 10-15mph faster than its Vino 50cc sibling, which makes it well suited for everything but highway travel. In Canada, the Vino 125 lasted for one more year with the 2010 model being the last.
We don't want to fool you so we say that all the above manuals are one and the same. The gas tank in the Vino 125 is a mere 1. The tradeoff for the large underseat storage is a small fuel tank. This manual is devided into chapters. The Vino 125 enjoyed moderate success in the Asian market as well as in North America.
On most scooters these two things compete for the volume under the seat and in the Vino 125 the storage is the clear winner. Motor The Vino 125 relied on a fairly basic air cooled, carbureted, 2-valve 4-stroke engine which provided average propulsion for a 125cc. Having not sold a 125cc scooter since the 2001 Riva 125, Yamaha re-entered the segment for 2004 with a 125cc version of their popular Vino scooter. A 125cc engine is great for zipping around town or exploring back roads. Yamaha Vino 125 2004 Factory Service Repair Manual meets all your information needs to repair or make some adjustments to your Yamaha Vino 125 2004. Here we provide you the manual index to help you have an idea about this Yamaha Vino 125 2004 manual: -general information -specifications -periodic checks and adjustments -chassis -engine -carburetor -electrical -troubleshooting Each chapter is devided into sections.
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