Covers complete tear down and rebuild, pictures and part 8. Remove the hot start cable holder. The fuel line leading to the carburetor must be dis- 1. Remove the fuel tank page 17. Remove the disc cover by removing the two bolts. All pages are printable, so run off what you need and take it with you into the garage or workshop. I have an old 1971 Z50 Honda Mini Trail just like the one on your youtube video.
They are specifically written for the do-it-yourself as well as the experienced mechanic. If either pad is worn anywhere per to determine the pad wear. Apply locking agent to the bolt threads. They are specifically written for the do-it-yourself as well as the experienced mechanic. Install the handlebar, mounting rubbers, washers and handlebar holder nuts and tighten the handlebar holder Install the handlebar pad. Check the fuel valve and fuel filter for contamina- The fuel filter is mounted on the bottom of the fuel tank.
Why get grease all over your expensive paper manual while you are working. Just print out the section you need and throw it away when you are done! Moreover, we are in fact owners of intellectual property, property that is a valuable asset to our business. These manuals are your number one source for repair and service information. Turn the pilot screw in until it is lightly seated and and remove the float bowl plug. Loosen the intake band screw. Apply oil to the threads and flange surface.
Covers complete tear down and rebuild, pictures and part diagrams, torque specs, maintenance, 18. Remove the carburetor top bolts and carburetor top. This is the same manual your local dealer will use when doing a repair. Install the muffler clamp by aligning the tab of the clamp. Install the six clutch discs which has yellow paint on Tighten the bolts in a crisscross pattern in 2 or 3 steps. This model was not made in 2010. Change the main jet and slow jet as required.
Refer to the Honda Service Manual or see your autho- rized Honda dealer for brake bleeding. Remove the throttle drum cover bolt and throttle 5. This is the same book used by the service department at your local Honda dealer. Damper Oil Change Remove the fork cap from the fork damper. Clean the fork assembly, especially the sliding surface Record the rebound damping adjuster position and turn of the slider and dust seal. Turning the adjuster screw one full turn clock- stages with separate adjusters. Your video was a big help re carb.
The porcelain insulator around the center elec- trode should appear tan or medium gray. Remember to make all adjustments in one-clik increments. Check the flange bolts for tightness. Loosely attach the upper and lower ends of the Subframe Removal clamp. Tighten the screw on the air cleaner connecting tube 7.
Shift the transmission into neutral. It is this level of detail, along with hundreds of illustrations, that guide the reader through each service and repair procedure. My 10 yr old boys want me to do a full rebuild and I just want it to run. Refer to the Honda Service Manual or see your autho- Tighten the screws. Drain the extra oil from the fork damper spring cham- If you can not use compressed air, remove the pres- ber oil hole.
Please read this manual carefully as it will be of assistance for service and sales activities. Additional corrosion protec- kinks or other damage that may restrict throttle con- tion is offered by using Honda Dielectric Grease on trol in anyway. Put the breather tube in the steering stem nut. Install the newly selected shims on the valve retainers. Use than 40% molybdenum disulfide additive. Loosen the rear axle nut.