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2016 Honda CRF230L Review - Off-Road Test

Trail Testing the Honda CRF230F

A mainstay of the Honda CRF-F lineup, the Honda CRF230F is back for 2016. Positioned as the final stop as one progresses through the CRF-F line before moving up to a Honda CRF250X enduro bike or CRF250R motocrosser, the 230F is a more capable dirt bike than many give it credit for being.

While the 2016 Honda CRF230F has full-sized wheels (21”/18”), it doesn’t have the long-travel suspension–and tall seat height and extra inches of ground clearance of enduro bikes–and the overall ergonomics are in the more casual range. This makes it a great bike for those transitioning to a full-sized bike for the first time–the CRF150F and CRF125F Big Wheel use 17” and 19” tires—or anyone who’s backing it down from a more aggressive ride.

The just over 34-inch seat height of the CRF230F is perfect for me, even though I’m not completely flat-footed in my Alpinestars Tech 3 boots. That doesn’t matter on a dirt bike–especially one I don’t have to kickstart. What does matter is being able to confidently dab at any time, as well as know that I can come to a stop anywhere, As much as I like the seat height, I did feel like the bike was a tad small for me, though not cramped.

When standing up on the Honda CRF230F, though, the overall smallness (compared to the 250X, which I have ridden quite a bit) is actually a plus. I feel like I can manhandle it, if necessary, and that is confidence inspiring. The bike is not exactly light at 249 pounds, but because the weight is carried low and the bike is physically smaller, as a package it is not intimidating in any way. For comparison, the 250X is just five pounds heavier, while the 125F Big Wheel is 55 pounds lighter.

A smaller bike to manage, with an easy-going power delivery, gives you a bike you can push and ride aggressively without feeling like you’ll get yourself in trouble. This encourages you to test yourself. I found I could ride the same trails and single track faster on the CRF230F than on an enduro bike with better suspension and more responsive throttle action.

There’s enough power in the air-cooled, two-valve 223cc thumper to tackle a variety of conditions with authority. The delivery is not fast, though, but you’ll quickly figure out to twist the throttle hard and use the clutch to get the most out of the engine. Even so, you’ll never be squirting up the trail like the guys on dad bikes, but there’s very little you won’t be able to do. You’ll just be doing it slower.

While the Pirelli MT 320 tires are serviceable enough — undoubtedly a price-point choice — when conditions get technical and line choice is particularly important, the narrow profile of the front tire makes itself known. You’ll find the Honda CRF230F doesn’t quite track the line you’ve chosen as precisely as you’d like, nor are the knobbies quite as grippy when you need them to be.

Also, the soft carcass of the tire, while it does soften the ride, adds to the spongy handling. An upgrade to a pair of Dunlop Geomax MX51 tires will improve the handling and feel of the CRF230F’s suspension.

While the Showa suspension isn’t top drawer, it actually does a very credible job with the 9.5-inches of travel in front, and 9 in the rear. Riding through a dry wash strewn with rocks, the Honda CRF230F’s 21-inch front wheel keeps its composure and plows through. Plush it is not, but it gets the job done without feeling unsettled, even as it traverses square-edged bumps. With feet on the pegs for this kind of terrain, hand and foot levers are still easily reachable and usable.

Where the limitations of the suspension were most noticeable was on a downhill, cupped-out single track. Although I felt secure enough to let the CRF230F bounce over rough terrain and bumps while on the throttle, when off the gas the less-precise compression/rebound at the front of the bike had me tip-toeing more carefully. The only adjustability on the suspension is the rear spring preload for ride height setting.

With plenty of torque in the low to mid-range, the CRF230F is a blast to ride, whether at a casual pace or higher in the revs as you push your edges. Groomed trails, or not, the bike responds dependably and without drama, which boosts any rider’s confidence.

The Honda’s comfortable motocross-style seat allows you to slide up the tank to weight the front wheel. Comfortably wide handlebars provide plenty of leverage when maneuvering through tight quarters.

Power delivery is friendly enough for novice riders, but with a heavier hand on the throttle and some finessing of the clutch, the CRF230F is happy to move along athletically. Steep uphills are not off-limits to the 230F; attack with conviction and you’ll be well rewarded.

You won’t get into trouble with the Honda CRF230F’s brakes. There’s nothing grabby about the front brake, in fact it’s perfectly dialed for its intended audience. A healthy squeeze on the front brake will produce enough stopping power that allows you to ride at a good clip, knowing you’ll be able to slow it down reasonably quickly. As you progress, you can consider upgrading to a steel-braided brake line.

The rear drum brake is soft, but is useful to finesse your speed and stability when used in conjunction with the front brake. You’re unlikely to lock it up accidentally, though you will also find it harder to lock it up to back it into turns.

The six-speed transmission is rock solid, engaging persuasively enough that I don’t hesitate to shift whether going up or downhill. With that many cog choices and the wide powerband, you’re never in between gears.

The CRF230F’s clutch lever engages smoothly, though it’s not particularly light — a bit of a surprise. I kept two fingers on it at all times when riding aggressively.

Always worth mentioning is the importance of the electric start — which increases the fun factor of any ride. There is no reason to spend your energy kicking the bike if you don’t have to. The CRF230F starts reliably at every push of the button; activate the easy-to-reach choke lever on the left side of the 26mm carb when the engine is cold.

Of course, Honda could make all sorts of upgrades to the CRF230F, but keeping the price below $4200 is a laudable goal. You can make a few changes of your own without losing the appeal of this highly dependable, low-maintenance motorcycle (has anyone ever had to adjust the valves on a 230F?). Clean the air filter when needed, check the chain, and change the motor oil now and then–all easily done–and that’s it. Oh, wait, the two-gallon tank will need gas once in awhile.

Standing at the top of the Honda CRF-F food chain, the 2016 Honda CRF230F is a legitimate transit point between the CRF150F Big Wheel and CRF250X enduro bike. True to its F roots, it won’t startle you with its performance, yet it is fully capable of going almost anywhere you want to take it.

Photography by Don Williams

RIDING STYLEHelmet: Fly Racing F2 Carbon Fastback HelmetGoggles: Fly Racing ZonePants, jersey + gloves: Fly Racing Kinetic Women’s RacewearDrink system: Fly Racing HydropackKnee braces: Leatt C-FrameBoots: Alpinestars Stella Tech 3

2016 Honda CRF230F SpecificationsENGINEType: SOHC, two-valve, single-cylinder 4-strokeBore x stroke: 65.5 x 66.2mmDisplacement: 223ccCooling: AirInduction: 26mm piston valve carburetorIgnition: CDTransmission: 6-speedFinal drive: #520 O-ring sealed chain.CHASSISSuspensionFront: 37mm Showa forks; 9.5 inches of travelRear: Linkage assisted Showa shock with spring-preload adjustment; 9.0 inches of travelBrakesFront: 240mm disc w/ 4-piston caliperRear: DrumTires:Front: 80/100 x 21 Pirelli MT320Rear: 100/100 x 18 Pirelli MT320DIMENSIONSRake: 27.3 degreesTrail: 4.4 inchesWheelbase: 54.1 inchesGround clearance: 11.7 inchesSeat height: 34.1 inchesCurb weight: 249 poundsColor: RedWarranty: Six months, transferrable limited warranty (extendable)2016 Honda CRF230F MSRP: $4199

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    H o n d a H o n d a H o n d a H o n d a C R F 2 3 0 F OWNER’S MANUAL OWNER’S MANUAL OWNER’S MANUAL OWNER’S MANUAL OWNER’S MANUAL Moto Honda da Amazônia Ltda.

  • Page 3: Important Information

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION • • • • • OPERATOR ONLY. NO PASSENGER This motorcycle is designed and constructed as an operator-only model. The seating configuration does not safely permit the carrying of a passenger. Do not exceed the maximum weight capacity. •...

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    When service is required, remember that your Honda dealer knows your motorcycle best. If you have the required mechanical “know-how” and tools, your dealer can supply you with an official Honda Service Manual to help you perform many maintenance and repair tasks.

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    A FEW WORDS ABOUT SAFETY Your safety, and the safety of others, is very important. And operating this motorcycle safely is an important responsibility. To help you make informed decisions about safety, we have provided operating procedures and other information on labels and in this manual. This information alerts you to potential hazards that could hurt you or others.

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    You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow DANGER instructions. You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow WARNING WARNING instructions. You CAN be HURT if you don’t follow instructions. CAUTION • • • • • Safety Headings — such as Important Safety Reminders or Important Safety Precautions. •...

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    OPERATION page page MOTORCYCLE SAFETY ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL Important Safety Information COMPONENTS Protective Apparel Ignition Switch Load Limits and Guidelines Starter Button Engine Stop Button PARTS LOCATION MAJOR COMPONENTS (Information you need to operate this motorcycle) Brakes Clutch Fuel Engine Oil Tyres...

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    page page FEATURES OPERATION (Not required for operation) Pre-ride Inspection Left Side Cover Starting the Engine Right Side Cover Running-in Riding Braking Parking Anti-theft Tips...

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    MAINTENANCE page page MAINTENANCE Side Stand The Importance of Maintenance Bulb Replacement Maintenance Safety Safety Precautions CLEANING Maintenance Schedule Competition Inspection STORAGE GUIDE Tool Kit Storage Serial Numbers Removal from Storage Colour Label Air Cleaner SPECIFICATIONS Crankcase Breather Engine Oil Spark Plug Idle Speed Throttle Operation...

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    MOTORCYCLE SAFETY IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION Always Wear a Helmet Your motorcycle can provide many years of It’s a proven fact: helmets significantly reduce service and pleasure — if you take responsibility the number and severity of head injuries. So for your own safety and understand the always wear an approved motorcycle helmet.

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    Ride Of f-Road Only Be Alert for Of f-Road Hazards Your motorcycle is designed and manufactured The terrain can present a variety of challenges when you ride off-road. Continually “read” the for off-road use only. The tyres are not made for pavement, and the motorcycle does not have terrain for unexpected turns, drop-offs, rocks, turn signals and other features required for...

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    Keep Your Bike in Safe Condition PROTECTIVE APPAREL It’s impor tant to keep your motorcycle For your safety, we strongly recommend that properly maintained and in safe riding you always wear an approved motorcycle condition. Having a breakdown can be helmet, eye protection, boots, gloves, long difficult, especially if you are stranded off-road pants, and a long-sleeved jersey, shirt or jacket...

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    Helmets and Eye Protection Additional Riding Gear Your helmet is your most important piece of In addition to a helmet and eye protection, riding gear because it of fers the best we also recommend: • Sturdy off-road motorcycle boots to help protection against head injuries.

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    LOAD LIMITS AND GUIDELINES Loading Your Honda was designed as a rider-only How much weight you put on your motorcycle. It was not designed to carry a motorcycle, and how you load it, are passenger or cargo. A passenger or cargo important to your safety.

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    • Place weight as close to the center of the Load Limits motorcycle as possible. Following are the load limits for your • Do not attach large or heavy items (such as motorcycle: a sleeping bag or tent) to the handlebar, Maximum weight capacity: fork, or front fender.

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    Because Honda cannot test all to read the following information. other accessories, you must be personally responsible for proper selection, installation and use of non-Honda accessories. Check with WARNING your dealer for assistance and always follow these guidelines: Improper accessories or modifications can cause a crash in which you can be •...

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    Modifications We strongly advise you not to remove any original equipment or modify your motorcycle in any way that would change its design or operation. Such changes could seriously impair your motorcycle’s handling, stability and braking, making it unsafe to ride. Removing or modifying your exhaust system (such as the spark arresters or mufflers) or other equipment can also make your...

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    P A RTS LOCAT I O N Ignition switch Brake fluid reservoir Clutch lever Front brake lever Throttle grip Engine stop button Starter button Fuel fill cap...

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    P P P P P A R A R TS LOCA TS LOCA TS LOCA TS LOCA TS LOCAT I O N T I O N T I O N T I O N T I O N (“U” TYPE) Ignition switch Brake fluid reservoir Clutch lever...

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    Fuel valve Batter y Choke lever Gearshift pedal Side stand Foot peg...

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    Fuel fill cap Air cleaner Rear brake pedal Foot peg Oil filler cap/dipstick...

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    (“U” TYPE) Batter y Fuel valve Choke lever Side stand Foot peg Gearshift pedal...

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    (“U” TYPE) Fuel fill cap Air cleaner Foot peg Rear brake pedal Oil filler cap/dipstick...

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    (page 77), there is probably air in the brake system and it must be bled. See your Honda dealer for this service. Brake Fluid Level: With the motorcycle in an upright position, check the fluid level.

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    Front Brake Lever: If brake lever freeplay is not within this range, see your Honda dealer. Never use adjusters other than those designed for this motorcycle. Install a new adjuster from the lever side with the lock nut under the head of the adjuster.

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    3. Measure the distance the rear brake pedal Rear Brake (3) moves before the brake starts to take Adjustment: hold. 1. Place the motorcycle on its side stand. Free play should be: 2. The stopper bolt (1) is provided to allow 20 –...

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    If proper adjustment cannot be obtained by this method, see your Honda dealer. 5. Apply the brake several times and check for free wheel rotation after the brake pedal is released.

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    CLUTCH 1. Pull back the rubber dust cover (2). Clutch adjustment may be required if the 2. Loosen the lock nut (3) and turn the motorcycle stalls when shifting into gear or adjuster (4). Tighten the lock nut (3) and tends to creep;...

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    If proper adjustment cannot be obtained or the clutch does not work correctly, see your Honda dealer. (5) Lock nut (A) Increase free play (6) Adjusting nut (B) Decrease free play...

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    Remember to check that the fuel valve is in FUEL the ON position each time you refuel. If the Fuel Valve valve is left in the RES position, you may run The three way fuel valve (1) is on the left side out of fuel with no reserve.

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    Fuel Tank WARNING The fuel tank capacity including the reserve supply is: Petrol is highly flammable and explosive. You can be burned or seriously injured 8.2 l (2.17 US gal, 1.80 Imp gal) when handling fuel. To open the fuel fill cap (1), pull out the •...

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    If “spark knock” or “pinking” occurs at a steady engine speed under normal load, change brands of petrol. If spark knock or pinking persists, consult your Honda dealer. Failure to do so is considered misuse, and damage caused by misuse is not covered by...

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    If you decide to use a petrol containing alcohol contain alcohol is not covered under the (gasohol), be sure it’s octane rating is at least warranty. Honda cannot endorse the use of as high as that recommended by Honda. fuels containing methanol since evidence of There are two types of “gasohol”: one...

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    ENGINE OIL 5. Reinstall the oil filler cap/dipstick. Check for oil leaks. Engine Oil Level Check Check the engine oil level each day before NOTICE operating the motorcycle. The oil filler cap/dipstick (1) is at the rear of Running the engine with insufficient oil can the right crankcase cover and contains a cause serious engine damage.

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    TYRES Air Pressure To safely operate your motorcycle, the tyres Properly inflated tyres provide the best must be the proper type (off-road) and size, in combination of handling, tread life, and riding good condition with adequate tread, and comfort. Generally, underinflated tyres wear correctly inflated.

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    Always check air pressure when your tyres Inspection are “cold.” If you check air pressure when your Whenever you check the tyre pressures, you tyres are “warm” – even if your motorcycle should also examine the tyre treads and has only been ridden for a few miles – the sidewalls for wear, damage, and foreign readings will be higher.

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    Tread Wear Replace tyres before tread depth at the center of the tyre reaches the following limit: Minimum tread depth Front 3.0 mm (0.12 in) Rear 3.0 mm (0.12 in) (1) Tyre tread depth...

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    Tube Repair and Replacement If a tube is punctured or damaged, you should replace it as soon as possible. A tube that is repaired may not have the same reliability as a new one, and it may fail while you are riding. If you need to make a temporary repair by patching a tube or using an aerosol sealant, ride cautiously at reduced speed and have...

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    Tyre Replacement The recommended tyres for your motorcycle are: The tyres that came on your motorcycle were designed to match the per formance Front: 80/100-21 capabilities of your motorcycle and provide 80/100-21 M/C the best combination of handling, braking, Rear: 100/100-18 durability and comfort.

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    E S S E N T I A L I N D I V I D U A L C O M P O N E N T S IGNITION SWITCH The ignition switch (1) is located in front of handlebar.

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    ENGINE STOP BUTTON STAR TER BUTTON The engine stop button (1) is next to the left The starter button (1) is next to the throttle handlebar grip. grip. Push the button in and hold it in until the When the star ter button is pressed, the engine stops completely.

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    F E A T U R E S (Not required for operation) LEFT SIDE COVER Removal: 1. Remove the screw (1), bolt A (2) and bolt B (3). 2. Pull both side cover prongs (4) out of the rubber grommets (5). Installation: 1.

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    RIGHT SIDE COVER Removal: 1. Remove the screw (1). 2. Pull both side cover prongs (2) out of the rubber grommets (3). Installation: 1. Slide the top of the side cover under the bottom edge of the seat. 2. Align the side cover prongs with the rubber grommets.

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    Adjust free play if necessar y (pages of it, or have it corrected by your Honda 15 – 18). dealer. 4. Tyres – check condition and pressure WARNING (pages 26 –...

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    9. Clutch – check operation, and adjust if necessary (pages 19 – 20). 10. Lights – check that headlight function properly. (only for “U” type). 11. Spark plug and high tension terminal – check for looseness. 12. Engine stop button – check for proper function (page 32).

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    STAR TING THE ENGINE Preparation Always follow the proper starting procedure Before starting, insert the key and turn the described below. ignition switch ON. Make sure that the transmission is in neutral. This motorcycle can be star ted with the Turn the fuel valve ON.

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    Starting Procedure 2. With the throttle closed, press the starter button. To restar t a war m engine, follow the procedure for “High Air Temperature”. 3. Immediately after the engine starts, push the choke lever (1) down to the Detent Normal Air Temperature Position (B).

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    High Air Temperature NOTICE 35°C (95°F) or above Extended use of the choke may impair piston 1. Do not use the choke. and cylinder wall lubrication and damage the 2. Start the engine following step 2 under engine. “Normal Air Temperature.” Low Air Temperature 10°C (50°F) or below 1.

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    Flooded Engine RUNNING-IN If the engine fails to start after repeated Help assure your motorcycle’s future attempts, it may be flooded with excess fuel. reliability and performance by paying extra attention to how you ride during the first To clear a flooded engine, push the choke lever operating day or 25 km (15 miles).

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    1. After the engine has been warmed up, the RIDING motorcycle is ready for riding. Review Motorcycle Safety (pages 1 – 8) before you ride. 2. While the engine is idling, pull in the clutch lever and depress the gearshift Make sure the side stand is fully retracted pedal to shift into 1st (low) gear.

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    • Do not downshift when traveling at a speed 5. Raise the pedal to shift to a higher gear and depress the pedal to shift to a lower that would force the engine to overrev in gear. Each stroke of the pedal engages the next lower gear;...

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    • When riding in wet or rainy conditions, or BRAKING on loose surfaces, the ability to maneuver For normal braking, gradually apply both the and stop will be reduced. All of your actions front and rear brakes while downshifting to should be smooth under these conditions.

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    PARKING ANTI-THEFT TIPS 1. After stopping the motorcycle, shift the 1. Be sure the registration information for transmission into neutral and turn the fuel your motorcycle is accurate and current. valve OFF. Push the engine stop button in 2. Park your motorcycle in a locked garage and hold it in until the engine stops whenever possible.

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    If your motorcycle overturns or becomes It will also help reduce air pollution. Careful involved in a crash, be sure your Honda dealer pre-ride inspections and good maintenance inspects all major parts, even if you are able are especially impor tant because your to make some repairs.

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    Wheel removal should normally be handled only by a Honda technician or other qualified mechanic; instructions are included in this manual only to assist in emergency service.

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    To ensure the best quality and reliability, use ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ Injur y from moving parts. only new genuine Honda par ts or their equivalents for repair and replacement. Do not run the engine unless instructed to do so.

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    Your Honda dealer meets all of these requirements. ∗ Should be ser viced by your Honda dealer, unless the owner has the proper tools and ser vice data and is mechanically qualified. Refer to the Official Honda Shop Manual.

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    WHICHEVER → INITIAL REGULAR MAINT. INTERVAL FREQUENCY MAINT. COMES 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 REFER FIRST ITEMS ↓ 1,200 1,800 2,400 PAGE NOTE MONTH ∗ FUEL LINE – ∗ THROTTLE OPERATION AIR CLEANER NOTE (1) CRANKCASE BREATHER SPARK PLUG ∗ VALVE CLEARANCE –...

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    WHICHEVER → INITIAL REGULAR MAINT. INTERVAL FREQUENCY MAINT. COMES 1,000 2,000 3,000 4,000 REFER FIRST ITEMS ↓ 1,200 1,800 2,400 PAGE NOTE MONTH Ever y 500 km (300 mi) or DRIVE CHAIN NOTE (1) I, L ever y 3 months: I,L DRIVE CHAIN SLIDER BRAKE FLUID NOTE (2)

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    COMPETITION INSPECTION All items should be checked before each competition event. See your Honda dealer unless you are mechanically qualified and have the proper tools. NOTE: Refer to the Maintenance Schedule (page 45) for regular ser vice inter vals. ITEMS...

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    ITEMS INSPECT FOR: ACTION REFER TO PAGE Front suspension Smooth, operation, no oil leaks, good Replace or boot condition and oil volume adjust Rear suspension Smooth operation and no oil leaks Replace or adjust Swingarm bearings Smooth operation Replace – Rear suspension linkage bushings Wear Replace...

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    TOOL KIT The spark plug wrench (1) and its handle (2) are stored in the tool bag (3). (1) Spark plug wrench (2) Handle (3) Tool bag...

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    SERIAL NUMBERS The frame number (1) is stamped on the right side of the steering head. The frame and engine serial numbers are required when registering your motorcycle. The engine number (2) is stamped on the left side of the engine. They may also be required by your dealer when ordering replacement parts.

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    COLOUR LABEL The colour label (1) is attached to the frame behind the left side cover (page 33). It is helpful when ordering replacement parts. Record the colour and code here for your reference. COLOUR _____________________________ CODE ________________________________ (1) Colour label...

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    AIR CLEANER 3. Unhook the set spring (3), take care to avoid bending the set spring and set Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. spring holder (4). The air cleaner should be serviced at regular 4. Remove the air cleaner (5). intervals (page 49).

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    5. Remove the air cleaner holder (6) from the air cleaner (5). 6. Wash the air cleaner in clean, nonflam- mable or high flash point solvent and let it dry thoroughly. Never use petrol or low flash point solvents for cleaning the air cleaner. A fire or explo- sion could result.

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    9. Clean the inside of the air cleaner housing. 10. Apply a thin coat of grease to the sealing surface of the air cleaner. 11. Install the air cleaner assembly by inserting the upper tab (7) on the cleaner into the upper hole (9) in the air cleaner housing, and the lower tab (7) into the lower hole (10).

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    CRANKCASE BREATHER Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. Service more frequently if your motorcycle is ridden in the rain or often at full throttle. Service the breather if you can see deposits in the transparent section of the drain tube. •...

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    ENGINE OIL Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. 1 0 W 2 0 W Engine Oil Good engine oil has many desirable qualities. Use only high detergent, quality motor oil certified on the container to meet or exceed requirements for API Service Classification SE, SF or SG.

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    (page 49). If a torque wrench is not used for this installation, see your Honda dealer as soon as When running in very dusty conditions, oil possible to verify proper assembly. changes should be per for med more...

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    1. Remove the oil filler cap/dipstick from the 11. Stop the engine and check that the oil right crankcase cover. level is at the upper level mark on the oil filler cap/dipstick with the motorcycle 2. Place an drain pan under the crankcase. upright on firm, level ground.

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    SPARK PLUG 1. Disconnect the spark plug cap (1) from the spark plug. Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. 2. Clean any dirt from around the spark plug Recommended plugs: base. Standard: 3. Remove the spark plug with the spark plug wrench (2) and handle (3) provided in DPR8EA –...

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    4. Visually inspect the spark plug electrodes 7. Make sure the plug washer is in good for wear. The center electrode should condition. have square edges and the side electrode 8. With the plug washer attached, thread the should not be eroded. spark plug in by hand to prevent cross- 5.

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    1. Adjust the fuel mixture by turning the pilot other systems by adjusting idle speed. See screw (2) clockwise until you hear the your Honda dealer for regularly scheduled engine miss or decrease in speed, then carburetor adjustments. counterclockwise until the engine again misses or decrease in speed.

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    THROTTLE OPERATION Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. Cable Inspection: 1. Check for smooth rotation of the throttle grip from the fully open to the fully closed position at both full steering positions. 2. Inspect the condition of the throttle cables from the throttle grip down to the carburetor.

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    If proper throttle free play cannot achieved, (2) Lower lock nut (4) Upper lock nut contact your Honda dealer. (3) Lower adjuster (5) Upper adjuster...

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    SPARK ARRESTER 1. Remove the three bolts (2), the spark arrester (1), and the gasket (3) from the Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. muffler (4). The exhaust system spark arrester must be 2. Use a brush to remove carbon deposits purged of accumulated carbon periodically from the spark arrester screen.

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    DRIVE CHAIN 3. Roll the motorcycle forward. Stop. Check the drive chain slack. Repeat this Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. procedure several times. Drive chain slack The service life of the drive chain is dependent should remain constant. If the chain is upon proper lubrication and adjustment.

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    (5) for wear. If the chain slider and lower slider are worn to the bottom of the cutouts (6), have your Honda dealer replace the slider. Replace the chain guide slider if the chain is visible through the wear inspection window (7).

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    Never use a new chain with worn sprockets; and staking. Do not use an ordinar y master rapid chain wear will result. link with this chain. See your Honda dealer.

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    Adjustment: If the drive chain requires adjustment, the procedure is as follows: 1. Place a support block under the engine to raise the rear wheel off the ground. 2. Loosen the rear axle nut (2) while holding the axle. 3. Turn both the right and left adjusters (3) equally to increase or decrease chain slack.

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    If a torque wrench is not used for this The O-rings in this chain can be damaged by installation, see your Honda dealer as soon as steam cleaning, high pressure washers, and possible to verify proper assembly.

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    Your motorcycle has an endless (reveted master link) type chain. It should only be 4. Lubricate the drive chain (page 73). removed or replaced by your Honda dealer. When the drive chain becomes dirty, it should be removed and cleaned prior to lubrication.

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    2. Tighten any loose spokes and rim locks (3). 3. Check wheel rim runout. If runout is noticeable, see your Honda dealer for inspection. Maintenance of spoke tension and wheel tr ueness are critical to safe motorcycle operation. During the first 150 km (100 miles), spokes will loosen more rapidly due to initial seating of parts.

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    If this (1) Axle holder nuts (2) Axle holder occurs servicing of the brake system will be (3) Front axle necessary. See your Honda dealer for this ser vice.

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    Installation: If the torque wrench was not used for installation, see your Honda dealer as soon as 1. Reverse the removal procedure. Insert the possible to verify proper assembly. axle through the wheel hub and left fork Improper assembly may lead to loss of braking leg.

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    Rear Wheel Removal 5. Turn both adjusters (5) so the rear wheel can be moved all the way for ward for 1. Raise the rear wheel off the ground by maximum drive chain slack. placing a support block under the engine. 6.

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    5. Apply the brake several times and check for free wheel rotation after the brake pedal is released. If a torque wrench was not used for installation, see your Honda dealer as soon as (7) Lug (9) Brake panel possible to verify proper assembly.

  • Page 91

    Inspect the pads at each regular maintenance interval (page 50). Front Brake Check the cutout (2) in each pad. If either pad is worn to the cutout, replace both pads as a set. See your Honda dealer for this service. (1) Brake caliper (2) Cutouts...

  • Page 92

    (4). If the arrow aligns with the reference mark on full application of the brake, the brake shoes must be replaced. See your Honda dealer for this service. When the brake service is necessary, see (1) Arrow your Honda dealer. Use only genuine Honda (2) Brake arm parts or its equivalent.

  • Page 93

    If your battery seems weak and/or is leaking A spark or flame can cause the battery to electrolyte (causing hard starting or other explode with enough force to kill or electrical troubles), contact your Honda seriously hurt you. dealer. Wear protective clothing and a face shield,...

  • Page 94

    Batter y Removal The battery (4) is in the battery compartment behind the left side cover. 1. Remove the left side cover (page 33). 2. Remove the battery holder (1). 3. Disconnect the negative (–) terminal lead (2) from the battery first, then disconnect the positive (+) terminal lead (3).

  • Page 95

    Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. Blown fuse When frequent fuse failure occurs, it usually indicates a short circuit or an overload in the electrical system. See your Honda dealer for repair. NOTICE Never use a fuse with a different rating from that specified.

  • Page 96

    Main Fuse: The main fuse (1) is located behind the left side cover. The specified fuse is: 7.5A 1. Remove the left side cover (page 33). 2. Disconnect the wire connector (2) of the starter magnetic switch (3). 3. Pull out the fuse. It the fuse is blown install a new fuse.

  • Page 97

    If any suspension components appear worn several times. The suspension should function or damaged, consult your Honda dealer for smoothly, with no oil leakage from the fork fur ther inspection.

  • Page 98

    (2). 3. Check for oil leaks in the shock absorber units. If any suspension components appear worn or damaged, consult your Honda dealer for fur ther inspection. suspension components are directly related to safety and...

  • Page 99

    SIDE STAND Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. Check the side stand spring for damage and loss of tension, and the side stand assembly for freedom of movement. If the side stand is squeaky or stiff, clean the pivot area and lubricate the pivot bolt with clean engine oil.

  • Page 100

    BULB REPLACEMENT Headlight Bulb (ONLY “U” TYPE) Remove the nuts (1), bolts (2) and headlight (3). Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 47. The light bulb becomes very hot while the light is ON, and remain hot for a while after it is turned OFF.

  • Page 101

    2. Pull back the rubber cover (4). 3. Slightly press the socket (5) and turn it counterclockwise. Remove the bulb (6). 4. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of removal. • When installing the bulb, align the tab on the bulb with the groove in the headlight.

  • Page 102

    CLEANING High pressure washer spray can damage certain parts of your motorcycle. If you use a Clean your motorcycle regularly to protect high pressure washer, avoid spraying the the surface finishes and inspect for damage, following areas: wear and oil leakage. Wheel Hubs Avoid cleaning products that are not Muffler Outlet...

  • Page 103

    6. Test the brakes before riding the Washing the motorcycle motorcycle. Several applications may be 1. Rinse the motorcycle thoroughly with cool necessar y to restore normal braking water to remove loose dirt. performance. 2. Clean the motorcycle with a sponge or soft 7.

  • Page 104

    Apply the polish or wax according to the instructions on the container. If a surface on your motorcycle is chipped or scratched, your Honda dealer has touch-up paint to match your motorcycle’s colour. Be sure to use your motorcycle’s colour code...

  • Page 105: Storage Guide

    STORAGE GUIDE WARNING Extended storage, such as for winter, requires Petrol is highly flammable and explosive. that you take certain steps to reduce the You can be burned or seriously injured effects of deterioration from non-use of the when handling fuel. motorcycle.

  • Page 106

    3. To prevent r usting in the cylinder, 4. Wash and dr y the motorcycle. Wax all perform the following: painted sur faces. Coat chrome with • Remove the spark plug cap from the rustinhibiting oil. spark plug. Using tape or string, secure 5.

  • Page 107

    REMOVAL FROM STORAGE 1. Uncover and clean the motorcycle. 2. Change the engine oil if more than 4 months have passed since the star t of storage. 3. Charge the battery as required. Install tha battery. 4. Fill the fuel tank with fresh petrol. 5.

  • Page 108: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS DIMENSIONS Overall length 2,059 mm (81.1 in) Overall width 812 mm (32.0 in) Overall height 1,190 mm (46.9 in) Wheelbase 1,372 mm (54.0 in) WEIGHT Dr y weight 107.9 kg (237.9 lb) CAPACITIES Engine oil After draining 1.0 l (1.1 US qt, 0.9 Imp qt) After disassembly 1.2 l (1.3 US qt, 1.1 Imp qt) Fuel tank...

  • Page 109

    ENGINE Bore and stroke 65.5 x 66.2 mm (2.58 x 2.61 in) Compression ratio 9.0:1 Displacement 223.0 cm (13,60 cu.in) Spark plug Standard DPR8EA – 9 (NGK) or X24EPR – U9 (DENSO) For cold climate DPR7EA – 9 (NGK) or (Below 5°C, 41°F) X22EPR –...

  • Page 110

    CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION Caster 26°45' Trail 111 mm (4.4 in) Tyre size, front 80/100-21 80/100-21M/C Tyre size, rear 100/100-18 100/100-18 M/C POWER TRANSMISSION Primary reduction 3.090 Gear ratio, 2.769 1.941 1.450 1.148 0.960 0.812 Final reduction 3.846...

  • Page 111

    MANUAL DEL PROPIET MANUAL DEL PROPIET A R I O A R I O MANUAL DEL PROPIET MANUAL DEL PROPIET A R I O MANUAL DEL PROPIET A R I O A R I O Moto Honda da Amazônia Ltda. 2002...

  • Page 112

    INFORMACIONES IMPORTANTES • • • • • SOLAMENTE EL PILOTO, NINGÚN PASAJERO Esta motocicleta ha sido diseñada para transportar solamente al piloto. Las características del asiento no permiten el transporte seguro de un pasajero. Nunca exceda la capacidad de carga máxima de la motocicleta.

  • Page 113

    Moto Honda da Amazônia Ltda. se reser va el derecho de alterar las características de la motocicleta a cualquier momento, sin previo aviso y sin que por esto incurra en obligaciones de cualquier naturaleza.

  • Page 114

    Cuando necesite reparos y/o servicios de mantenimiento, acuérdese de que su distribuidor Honda está debidamente capacitado para servirlo. En caso de que usted posea los conocimientos técnicos y las herramientas necesarias solicite a su distribuidor Honda el Manual de Taller oficial, que o ayudará...

  • Page 115

    • Los siguientes códigos en esto manual indican los países a que se refieren. Australia (con faro) • Las especificaciones podrán variar de acuerdo con cada local.

  • Page 116

    UNAS POCAS PALABRAS SOBRE A SEGURIDAD Su seguridad, así como la de otras personas, es mucho importante. Y la operación segura de esta motocicleta es una grande responsabilidad. Para ayudarlo a tomar decisiones conscientes con respecto a seguridad, presentamos procedimientos de operación y otras informaciones en etiquetas y en este manual. Esas informaciones alertan usted con relación a riesgos potenciales que podrían herirlo, o a otras personas.

  • Page 117

    Usted SERÁ MUERTO o SERIAMENTE HERIDO, en caso de que PELIGRO las instrucciones no sean seguidas. Usted PODRÁ ser MUERTO o SERIAMENTE HERIDO, en caso de ADVERTENCIA que las instrucciones no sean seguidas. Usted PODRÁ ser HERIDO, en caso de que las instrucciones no ATENCIÓN sean seguidas.

  • Page 118

    FUNCIONAMIENTO página página SEGURIDAD DE LA MOTOCICLETA COMPONENTES INDIVIDUALES Informaciones Importantes de ESENCIALES Seguridad Interruptor de Encendido Aparatos de Protección Interruptor de Arranque Límites de Carga e Instrucciones Interruptor del Motor UBICACIÓN DE LOS COMPONENTES COMPONENTES PRINCIPALES (Informaciones necesarias a la utilización de la motocicleta) Frenos Embrague...

  • Page 119

    página página EQUIPAMIENTOS FUNCIONAMIENTO (No necesarios al funcionamiento) Inspección Antes del Uso Tapa Lateral Izquierda Arranque del Motor Tapa Lateral Derecha Ablande del Motor Conducción de la Motocicleta Frenado Estacionamiento Prevención de Hurtos...

  • Page 120

    MANTENIMIENTO página página MANTENIMIENTO Soporte Lateral La Importancia del Mantenimiento Reemplazo de la bombilla Seguridad en el Mantenimiento Precauciones de Seguridad LIMPIEZA Tabla de Mantenimiento Inspección para Competición GUÍA PARA ALMACENAJE Juego de Herramientas Almacenaje Números de Serie Activación de la Motocicleta Etiqueta de Color Filtro de Aire ESPECIFICACIONES...

  • Page 121: Seguridad De La Motocicleta

    SEGURIDAD DE LA MOTOCICLETA INFORMACIONES IMPORTANTES DE Utilice Siempre un Casco SEGURIDAD Efectivamente, el casco reduce de modo Su motocicleta podrá propiciar muchos años significativo el número y la severidad de de funcionamiento y placer – en caso de que heridas en la cabeza.

  • Page 122

    Conduzca Solamente Off-Road Esté Alerta para los Riesgos del Of f- Su motocicleta ha sido diseñada y fabricada Road solamente para la utilización off-road. Los El terreno puede presentar una serie de neumáticos no están hechos para el asfalto. desafíos a la conducción off-road. Manténgase La motocicleta no posee señalizadores y otros atento a curvas inesperadas, peñas, piedras, dispositivos esenciales a la utilización en...

  • Page 123

    Mantenga su Motocicleta en Condición APARATOS DE PROTECCIÓN Segura Para su seguridad, es extremamente Es muy importante efectuar el mantenimiento recomendable que usted utilice siempre un adecuado de su motocicleta y conservarla en casco aprobado para motocicletas, protección buena condición de manejabilidad. Una falla para los ojos, botas, guantes, pantalones mecánica puede causar dificultades, largos, y una camisa o chaqueta de mangas...

  • Page 124

    Cascos y Protección para los Ojos Aparato Adicional para la Conducción Su casco es el componente más importante Además del casco y protección para los ojos, del aparato de protección porque él ofrece la nosotros también recomendamos: mejor eficacia contra heridas en la cabeza. El •...

  • Page 125

    LÍMITES DE CARGA E INSTRUCCIONES Cargas Su motocicleta Honda ha sido diseñada para La cantidad de peso que usted coloca sobre transportar solamente al piloto. Ella no fue su motocicleta, y la manera como usted sujeta proyectada para transportar un pasajero o la carga, son importantes para su seguridad.

  • Page 126

    Límites de Carga • Posicione el peso adicional el más próximo Los límites de carga para su motocicleta son posible del centro de la motocicleta. los siguientes: • No sujete objetos grandes o pesados (tales Capacidad máxima de carga: como saco de dormir o tienda de campaña) en el manillar, en las horquillas o en el 100 kg (220 lbs) guardafangos delantero.

  • Page 127

    Visto ejecución de cualquier modificación o la que Honda no puede testar todos los otros adición de un accesorio, cerciórese de leer accesorios existentes, acuérdese de que usted cuidadosamente las siguientes informaciones.

  • Page 128

    Modificaciones Recomendamos expresamente que no se quite ningún equipamiento original, ni se modifique su motocicleta de modo que se altere su diseño o funcionamiento. Tales mudanzas pueden perjudicar seriamente la manejabilidad, estabilidad y frenado de su motocicleta, tornándola insegura. Quitar o modificar el sistema de escape (como los parachispas o los silenciadores) u otros equipos también puede hacer con que su motocicleta se quede ilegal.

  • Page 129

    UBICACIÓN DE LOS COMPONENTES Interruptor de encendido Depósito de fluido del freno Palanca del freno Palanca del embrague delantero Empuñadura del acelerador Interruptor del motor Interruptor de Arranque Tapa del tanque de combustible...

  • Page 130

    UBICACIÓN DE LOS COMPONENTES (TIPO “U”) Interruptor de encendido Depósito de fluido del freno Palanca del freno Palanca del embrague delantero Empuñadura del acelerador Interruptor del motor Interruptor de Arranque Tapa del tanque de combustible...

  • Page 131

    Válvula de combustible Batería Palanca del estrangulador Pedal del cambio de Soporte lateral Estribera marchas...

  • Page 132

    Tapa del tanque de combustible Filtro de aire Pedal del freno trasero Estribera Tapa/varilla medidora del nivel de aceite...

  • Page 133

    (TIPO “U”) Válvula de Batería combustible Palanca del estrangulador Soporte lateral Pedal del cambio de Estribera marchas...

  • Page 134

    (TIPO “U”) Tapa del tanque de combustible Filtro de aire Estribera Pedal del freno trasero Tapa/varilla medidora del nivel de aceite...

  • Page 135: Componentes Principales

    (página 77), esto indica una probable infiltración de aire en el sistema, que deberá ser purgado. Diríjase a un distribuidor Honda para efectuar ese servicio. Nivel de Fluido del Freno: Con la motocicleta en la posición vertical, verifique si el nivel del fluido se encuentra arriba de la marca de nivel INFERIOR (1).

  • Page 136

    Nunca utilice tuercas de ajuste diferentes a las especificadas para esta motocicleta. Instale diríjase a un distribuidor Honda. una tuerca de ajuste nueva por el lado de la palanca con la contratuerca debajo de la cabeza de la tuerca.

  • Page 137

    3. Mida la distancia que el pedal del freno Freno Trasero trasero (3) recorre hasta el principio del Ajuste: frenado. 1. Apoye la motocicleta en el soporte lateral. El juego libre debe ser de: 2. El perno limitador (1) fue proyectado para 20 –...

  • Page 138

    (5). estado. En caso de que no sea posible obtener el ajuste a través de este procedimiento, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda. 5. Accione el freno varias veces y verifique si la rueda gira libremente, después de soltar el pedal.

  • Page 139

    1. Empuje el guardapolvo (2) hacia atrás. EMBRAGUE 2. Afloje la contratuerca (3) y gire el ajustador El ajuste del embrague se hace necesario en (4). Apriete nuevamente la contratuerca caso de que la motocicleta presente pérdida de (3) e inspeccione una vez más el juego de rendimiento durante el cambio de marchas, o la palanca.

  • Page 140

    En caso de que no sea posible obtener el ajuste del embrague a través de los procedimientos descritos, o de que el embrague no funcione correctamente, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda. (5) Contratuerca (A) Aumenta el juego (6) Tuerca de ajuste...

  • Page 141

    COMBUSTIBLE Cerciórese de que la válvula esté en la posición ON, después de haber abastecido el tanque. Válvula de Combustible En caso de que la válvula permanezca en la La válvula de combustible (1), con tres etapas, posición RES, usted podrá quedarse sin está...

  • Page 142

    Tanque de Combustible ADVERTENCIA La capacidad del tanque de combustible, incluso la provisión de reserva, es de: La gasolina (nafta) es altamente 8,2 l (2,17 US gal, 1,80 Imp gal) inflamable y hasta mismo explosiva. Usted podrá se quemar o ser seriamente Para abrir la tapa del tanque de combustible herido al manosear el combustible.

  • Page 143

    “detonación”, con el motor en velocidad constante y carga normal, utilice gasolina (nafta) de otra marca. Si el “cascabeleo” o la “detonación” continuaren, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda. Al contrario, el motor podrá sufrir daños que no están cubiertos por la Garantía Limitada Honda.

  • Page 144

    Honda no recomienda el uso de más alta do que la recomendada por Honda. combustibles con metanol, ya que su eficacia Existen dos tipos de “gasohol”: el que contiene aún no ha sido totalmente comprobada.

  • Page 145: Aceite Del Motor

    ACEITE DEL MOTOR 5. Instale nuevamente la tapa/varilla medidora del nivel de aceite. Compruebe Verificación del Nivel de Aceite del Motor el motor con respecto a fugas de aceite. Inspeccione el nivel de aceite diariamente, antes de conducir la motocicleta. NOTA La tapa/varilla medidora del nivel de aceite (1) ubicase en la parte trasera de la tapa...

  • Page 146

    NEUMÁTICOS Presión del Aire Para que su motocicleta funcione con La presión correcta de los neumáticos otorga seguridad, los neumáticos deben ser del tipo la mejor combinación de manejabilidad, (of f-road) y tamaño adecuados. Deberán, durabilidad de la banda de rodaje y confort en también, estar en buena condición con la conducción.

  • Page 147

    Siempre verifique y ajuste la presión con los Inspección neumáticos “fríos”. Si usted verifica la presión Siempre que compruebe la presión de los con los neumáticos “calientes” – aún que haya neumáticos, verifique también el surcado y conducido la motocicleta solamente por las paredes laterales con respecto a desgaste, algunos pocos kilómetros –...

  • Page 148

    Desgaste de la Banda de Rodaje Reemplace los neumáticos, antes que la profundidad del surcado de la banda de rodaje alcance el siguiente límite de ser vicio. Profundidad mínima del surcado Delantero 3,0 mm (0,12 pul.) Trasero 3,0 mm (0,12 pul.) (1) Profundidad mínima del surcado del neumático...

  • Page 149

    Reparo y Reemplazo de Cámaras En caso de que se perfore o dañe una cámara, reemplácela lo más rápido posible. Una cámara reparada tal vez no ofrezca la misma eficacia que una nueva; incluso puede reventarse durante la conducción de la motocicleta.

  • Page 150

    Reemplazo de los Neumáticos Los neumáticos recomendados para su motocicleta son: Los neumáticos que equipan su motocicleta han sido diseñados con el objeto de propor- Delantero: 80/100-21 cionar a usted el máximo de desempeño del 80/100-21 M/C vehículo, bien como ofrecer la mejor Trasero: 100/100-18 combinación de manejabilidad, seguridad del...

  • Page 151: Componentes Individuales Esenciales

    COMPONENTES INDIVIDUALES ESENCIALES INTERRUPTOR DE ENCENDIDO El interruptor de encendido (1) está ubicado enfrente del manillar. El interruptor de encendido se utiliza para evitar el uso de la motocicleta sin su autorización. Antes de conducir, introduzca la llave y gírela (1) Interruptor de encendido hasta la posición ON.

  • Page 152

    INTERRUPTOR DE ARRANQUE INTERRUPTOR DEL MOTOR El interruptor del motor (1) está ubicado El interruptor de arranque (1) está ubicado próximo del manillar izquierdo. al lado de la empuñadura del acelerador. Presione el inter r uptor y manténgalo Si presionado, acciona el motor de arranque. presionado hasta que el motor se apague Remítase a la página 38 para obtener completamente.

  • Page 153

    EQUIPAMIENTOS (No necesarios al funcionamiento) TAPA LATERAL IZQUIERDA Desmontaje: 1. Quite el tornillo (1), el tornillo A (2) y el tornillo B (3). 2. Quite las lengüetas de la tapa lateral (4) de las gomas (5). Instalación: 1. Deslice la parte superior de la tapa lateral debajo de la extremidad inferior del asiento.

  • Page 154

    TAPA LATERAL DERECHA Desmontaje: 1. Quite el tornillo (1). 2. Aparte las dos lengüetas de la tapa lateral (2) de las gomas (3). Instalación: 1. Haga deslizar la parte superior de la tapa lateral debajo de la extremidad inferior del asiento.

  • Page 155

    Cerciórese de que no haya deje de corregirlo, o diríjase a un distribuidor fugas de fluido. Si necesario, ajuste el juego Honda, en caso de que no sea posible (páginas 15 – 18). solucionarlo. 4. Neumáticos – verifique la presión y la condición de los neumáticos (páginas 26 –...

  • Page 156

    9. Embrague – verifique el funcionamiento y ajústela, si necesario (páginas 19 – 20). 10. Luces – compruebe el funcionamiento (solamente tipo u). 11. Bujía de encendido y terminal de alta tensión – verifique si están flojos. 12. Interruptor del motor – compruebe el funcionamiento (página 32).

  • Page 157

    ARRANQUE DEL MOTOR Preparación Siga siempre los procedimientos de arranque Antes del arranque, introduzca la llave en el que se describen abajo. interruptor de encendido y gírela hacia la posición ON. El motor de esta motocicleta se puede Cerciórese de que la transmisión esté en punto accionar con la transmisión engranada muerto.

  • Page 158

    Procedimiento de Arranque 2. Con el acelerador cerrado presione el interruptor de arranque. Para accionar nuevamente un motor caliente, siga los procedimientos de arranque para 3. Inmediatamente después del arranque del motor, haga retornar la palanca del estran- “Temperatura Alta”. gulador hacia la posición intermedia (B).

  • Page 159

    Temperatura Alta NOTA 35°C (95°F) o más La utilización continua del estrangulador 1. No utilice el estrangulador. podrá ocasionar una lubricación deficiente del 2. Accione el motor siguiendo el procedimiento pistón y cilindro, dañando el motor. de arranque 2 del ítem “Temperatura Normal”.

  • Page 160

    Motor Anegado ABLANDE DEL MOTOR En caso de que el motor no funcione después Los cuidados para el ablande del motor de varios intentos, puede ser que esté durante el primer día de conducción o anegado con exceso de combustible. Para 25 kilómetros (15 millas) de uso prolongarán desanegar el motor empuje la palanca del considerablemente la vida útil y el desempeño...

  • Page 161

    1. Una vez que se haya calentado el motor, CONDUCCIÓN DE LA MOTOCICLETA se puede colocar la motocicleta en Lea con atención las informaciones referentes movimiento. a Seguridad de la Motocicleta (páginas 1 – 8) antes de conducir la motocicleta. 2.

  • Page 162

    5. Accione el pedal de cambio hacia arriba, • No reduzca las marchas cuando se dislocar para marchas más altas. Presiónelo, para a una velocidad que fuerce el motor a reducir las marchas. Cada toque en el atingir una alta rotación cuando del cambio pedal efectúa el cambio para la marcha para la marcha más baja.

  • Page 163

    FRENADO • Al conducir la motocicleta en pistas mojadas, bajo lluvia, o en pistas de arena o de tierra, Para frenar normalmente, accione los frenos se reduce la capacidad para maniobrar o delantero y trasero de manera gradual, parar. En tales condiciones, todos los mientras reduce las marchas.

  • Page 164

    ESTACIONAMIENTO PREVENCIÓN DE HURTOS 1. Después de detener la motocicleta coloque 1. Cerciórese de que los documentos de la la transmisión en punto muerto y cierre la motocicleta estén en orden y al día. válvula de combustible (posición OFF). 2. Estacione su motocicleta en locales Presione el inter r uptor del motor y cerrados, siempre que sea posible.

  • Page 165

    Esta motocicleta ha sido diseñada para la Honda para inspeccionar los componentes conducción off-road en terrenos irregulares. principales – aún que usted se sienta capaz Por esto, una inspección cuidadosa antes del...

  • Page 166

    Por ejemplo: el desmontaje de una rueda deberá ser ejecutado solamente por un técnico Honda u otro mecánico calificado. Las instrucciones están inclusas en este manual solamente para ayudar usted en una situación de emergencia.

  • Page 167

    ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ ∗ Quemaduras provenientes Acuérdese de que su distribuidor Honda es contacto con partes recalentadas. el que mejor conoce su motocicleta y está Espere que el motor y el sistema de escape totalmente preparado para ofrecerle todos los enfríen, antes de tocarlos.

  • Page 168: Tabla De Mantenimiento

    La Tabla de Mantenimiento especifica todos los puntos de mantenimiento requeridos para conser var su motocicleta en las mejores condiciones de funcionamiento. El ser vicio de mantenimiento debe ser efectuado por técnicos adecuadamente entrenados y equipados de acuerdo con las normas y especificaciones Honda. Su distribuidor Honda reúne todos estos requisitos.

  • Page 169

    → LO QUE MANTEN. INTERVALO DE MANTEN. REGULAR FRECUENCIA INICIAL OCURRA 1.000 2.000 3.000 4.000 PRIMERO REMÍTASE ÍTEM ↓ 1.200 1.800 2.400 A LA PÁGINA NOTA ∗ CONDUCTOS DE COMBUSTIBLE – ∗ ACELERADOR FILTRO DE AIRE NOTA (1) RESPIRO DEL MOTOR BUJÍA DE ENCENDIDO ∗...

  • Page 170

    → LO QUE MANTEN. INTERVALO DE MANTEN. REGULAR FRECUENCIA INICIAL OCURRA 1.000 2.000 3.000 4.000 PRIMERO REMÍTASE ÍTEM ↓ 1.200 1.800 2.400 A LA PÁGINA NOTA a cada 500 km (300 mi) o CADENA DE TRANSMISIÓN NOTA (1) I, L cada 3 meses: I,L CORREDERA DE LA CADENA DE TRANSMISIÓN...

  • Page 171

    INSPECCIÓN PARA COMPETICIÓN Verifique todos los puntos antes de cada competición. Diríjase a su distribuidor Honda a menos que usted posea conocimientos técnicos y las herramientas adecuadas. NOTA: Remítase a la Tabla de Mantenimiento (página 45) con respecto a los inter valos de los servicios de mantenimiento regulares.

  • Page 172

    Nº ÍTEM INSPECCIÓN CON RESPECTO A OPERACIÓN REMÍTASE A LA PÁGINA Suspensión delantera Funcionamiento suave, fugas de aceite, Reemplazar o condición adecuada del protector y ajustar capacidad de aceite Suspensión trasera Funcionamiento suave y fugas de aceite Reemplazar o ajustar Rodamientos del brazo oscilante Funcionamiento suave Reemplazar...

  • Page 173

    JUEGO DE HERRAMIENTAS La llave de bujía (1) y su mango (2) se encuentran en el estuche de herramientas (3). (1) Llave de bujía (2) Mango (3) Estuche de herramientas...

  • Page 174

    NÚMEROS DE SERIE El número de serie del chasis (1) está grabado Los números de serie del chasis y del motor en el lado derecho de la columna de dirección. son necesarios para la identificación oficial de su motocicleta. Esos números de serie El número de serie del motor (2) está...

  • Page 175

    ETIQUETA DE COLOR La etiqueta de color (1) se encuentra fijada en el chasis, detrás de la tapa lateral izquierda (página 33). Los datos de la etiqueta son útiles para la solicitación de piezas de recambio. Anote el color y el código en los espacios abajo, para su referencia.

  • Page 176

    FILTRO DE AIRE 3. Suelte el resor te de fijación (3) con extremo cuidado para no doblar el resorte Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad en la página 47. y su soporte (4). 4. Quite el filtro de aire (5). El filtro de aire se debe inspeccionar regularmente de acuerdo con los intervalos especificados en la tabla de mantenimiento...

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    5. Quite el soporte del filtro de aire (6) del filtro (5). 6. Utilice un disolvente limpio, non inflamable o con alto punto de inflamación para lavar el filtro de aire. Déjelo secar por completo. Nunca utilice gasolina (nafta) o disolventes altamente inflamables para limpiar el filtro de aire, pues esto podrá...

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    9. Limpie el interior de la caja del filtro de aire. 10. Aplique una pequeña camada de grasa en la superficie de contacto del filtro. 11. Instale el conjunto del filtro de aire, insertando la lengüeta superior (7) en el orificio superior (9) de la caja del filtro de aire, y la lengüeta inferior (7) en el orificio inferior (10).

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    RESPIRO DEL MOTOR Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad en la página 47. El servicio de mantenimiento se debe efectuar con más frecuencia, en caso de que usted utilice la motocicleta bajo condiciones de lluvia o aceleración máxima. Efectúe el mantenimiento del respiro en caso de que el nivel del depósito esté...

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    ACEITE DEL MOTOR Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad 1 0 W en la página 47. 2 0 W Aceite del Motor Un aceite para motor de buena calidad presenta una serie de características deseables. Utilice solamente aceite para motor con alto tenor detergente y de buena calidad, 20W 40 20W 50...

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    La calidad del aceite es el factor que más afecta nociones mecánicas necesarias para efectuar la vida útil del motor. Cambie el aceite del el servicio, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda. motor a cada intervalo especificado en la tabla mantenimiento (página...

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    1. Quite la tapa/varilla medidora del nivel 11. Pare el motor. Verifique si el nivel de aceite de aceite de la tapa derecha de la carcasa alcanza la marca de nivel superior de la del motor. varilla medidora, con la motocicleta en la posición vertical, en una superficie firme 2.

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    BUJÍA DE ENCENDIDO 1. Desconecte la capa supresora de ruidos (1) de la bujía de encendido. Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad en la página 47. 2. Limpie el área alrededor de la base de la bujía. Bujía de encendido recomendada: 3.

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    4. Inspeccione visualmente los electrodos con 7. Cerciórese de que la arandela de sellado respecto a desgaste. El electrodo central esté en buen estado. debe presentar bordos rectos, y el electrodo 8. Instale la bujía manualmente para evitar lateral no debe tener sufrido erosión. dañar la rosca, hasta que la arandela de 5.

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    (2) hacia la derecha hasta que sistemas con el reglaje del ralentí. Diríjase a oiga que el motor falla o disminuye su velocidad. un distribuidor Honda para efectuar ajustes del carburador programados regularmente. Luego, gire el tornillo hacia la izquierda hasta que el motor vuelva a fallar o disminuya su velocidad.

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    ACELERADOR Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad en la página 47. Inspección de los Cables: 1. Verifique si la empuñadura del acelerador funciona suavemente, desde la posición totalmente abier ta hasta la posición totalmente cerrada, en ambas las posiciones extremas del manillar. 2.

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    En caso de que no sea posible obtener el ajuste (2) Contratuerca inferior (4) Contratuarca superior correcto a través de este procedimiento, (3) Regulador inferior (5) Regulador superior diríjase a un distribuidor Honda.

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    PARACHISPAS 1. Quite los tres tornillos (2), el parachispas (1) y la junta (3) del silenciador (4). Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad en la página 47. 2. Para limpiar un parachispas carbonizado, utilice un cepillo de acero. Evite dañar el Se debe limpiar periódicamente el parachispas tamiz del parachispas.

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    CADENA DE TRANSMISIÓN 3. Mueva la motocicleta hacia delante. Pare. Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad Verifique la holgura de la cadena. Repita en la página 47. este procedimiento varias veces. La holgura se debe mantener constante en La durabilidad de la cadena de transmisión todos los puntos de la cadena.

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    (6), reemplace la corredera. Para efectuar el reemplazo, dirí- jase a un distribuidor Honda. Reemplace la guía de la cadena, en caso de que la cadena esté visible a través del orificio de inspección de desgaste (7).

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    Nunca utilice una cadena nueva con corona especiales de corte y fijación. No utilice un y piñón desgastados, pues la cadena se desgas- eslabón maestro común en esta cadena. tará rápidamente. Diríjase a su distribuidor Honda.

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    Ajuste: Para ajustar la holgura de la cadena de transmisión proceda de la siguiente manera: 1. Ponga un apoyo debajo del motor para levantar la rueda trasera del suelo. 2. Quite la tuerca del eje trasero (2) mientras fija el eje. 3.

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    500 km (300 mi) o antes, en caso de que En caso de que no se utilice un par metro en esté seca. la instalación, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda Los retenes de la cadena se pueden dañar si se tan luego sea posible, para verificar el armado.

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    (eslabón maestro revestido). La remoción daños. Reemplácela, si necesario. o reemplazo de la cadena deben ser efectuados 4. Lubrique la cadena de transmisión solamente por su distribuidor Honda. (página 73). Cuando la cadena esté excesivamente sucia deberá ser quitada y limpia, antes de la lubricación.

  • Page 195

    (3) que estén flojos. 3. Verifique la centralización de la llanta. En caso de un descentramiento notable, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda para efectuar una inspección. El mantenimiento de la tensión de los rayos y perfecto estado de las ruedas son puntos importantísimos para obtener un funciona-...

  • Page 196

    (2) Soporte del eje cilindro, provocando fuga del fluido de freno. (3) Eje delantero En caso de que eso ocurra, será necesario efectuar un servicio de mantenimiento en el sistema de freno. Diríjase a un distribuidor Honda para este servicio.

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    En caso de que no se utilice un par metro en 1. La instalación se hace en el orden inverso al la instalación, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda desmontaje. Introduzca el eje a través del así que posible para una verificación del cubo de la rueda y de la horquilla izquierda.

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    Desmontaje de la Rueda Trasera 5. Gire ambos ajustadores (5) de modo a mover totalmente la rueda trasera hacia 1. Levante la r ueda trasera del suelo, delante para la holgura máxima de la colocando un soporte debajo del motor. cadena de transmisión.

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    5. Accione el freno varias veces y verifique si la rueda gira libremente, al soltar el pedal. En caso de que no se utilice un par metro en la instalación, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda (7) Resalte (9) Brida del freno tan luego sea posible, para una verificación...

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    (2) Ranuras indicadoras de desgaste Verifique la ranura indicadora de desgaste (2) en cada pastilla. En caso de que alguna de las pastillas esté desgastada hasta la ranura, reemplace las pastillas en conjunto. Diríjase a un distribuidor Honda para efectuar el servicio.

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    (1) Saeta reemplazar. Diríjase a un distribuidor Honda (2) Brazo del freno y solicite este servicio. (3) Marca de referencia...

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    (dificultando el arranque o causando suficiente para causar su muerte o otros problemas eléctricos), diríjase a un lesiones graves distribuidor HONDA. Use ropas protectoras y máscara de protección o solicite a un mecánico NOTA experimentado para efectuar el La batería de esta motocicleta es del tipo...

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    Desmontaje de la Batería La batería (4) se encuentra ubicada en lo compartimiento de la batería detrás de la tapa lateral izquierda. 1. Quite la tapa lateral izquierda (página 33). 2. Quite el soporte de la batería (1). 3. Desconecte primeramente el cable negativo (–) (2) del terminal y, enseguida, el cable positivo (+) (3).

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    47. La quema frecuente de fusibles normalmente indica cor tocircuito o sobrecarga en el sistema eléctrico. Dirijase a un distribuidor Honda para efectuar los reparos que sean necesarios. NOTA Nunca utilice fusibles con capacidad diferente a la especificada.

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    Fusible Principal: El fusible principal (1) se encuentra ubicado detrás de la tapa lateral izquierda. El fusible especificado es: 7.5A 1. Quite la tapa lateral izquierda (página 33). 2. Desenchufe el conectador (2) del interruptor magnético de arranque (3). 3. Quite el fusible quemado e instale uno nuevo El fusible principal de reser va (4) se encuentra...

  • Page 206

    Cualquier nente presente desgaste, juego excesivo o horquilla que esté dañada, doblada o que tenga daños, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda para fugas de aceite deberá ser reparada antes de que se efectúe una inspección más detallada.

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    En caso de que algún componente presente desgaste, juego excesivo o daños, diríjase a un distribuidor Honda para que se efectúe una inspección más detallada. Su distribuidor Honda está calificado para (1) Rodamiento del...

  • Page 208

    SOPORTE LATERAL Remítase a las Precauciones de Seguridad en la página 47. Verifique el resorte del soporte lateral con respecto a daños o pérdida de tensión. Verifique también si cada conjunto del soporte lateral se mueve libremente. En caso de que el sopor te lateral esté demasiado duro, limpie el área del pivote y lubrique el perno del pivote con aceite para motor limpio.

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    Bombilla del faro REEMPLAZO DE LA BOMBILLA (Solamente tipo “U”) 1. Extraiga las tuercas (1), los pernos (2) y el faro (3). Consulte las precauciones de seguridad de la página 47. 2. Extraiga los pernos (3) y saque el faro (4). La bombilla se calienta mucho mientras la luz está...

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    2. Empuje hacia atrás la cubierta de goma (4). 3. Presione un poco la llave (5) y gírela hacia la izquierda. Extraiga la bombilla (6). 4. Instale la nueva bombilla en el orden inverso al desmontaje. • Al instalar la bombilla, alinee la bombilla puesta en el receptáculo con la ranura del faro.

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    LIMPIEZA El lavado con agua a alta presión puede dañar algunas piezas de la motocicleta. Evite Limpie su motocicleta regularmente para pulverizar agua a alta presión en los siguientes proteger la pintura e inspecciónela con componentes o locales: respecto a daños, desgaste y fugas de aceite. Cubos de las Ruedas Evite productos de limpieza que no sean específicos para motocicletas o automóviles.

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    Lavado de la motocicleta 6. Verifique los frenos antes de conducir la motocicleta. Diversas aplicaciones del freno 1. Enjuague la motocicleta totalmente, con pueden ser necesarias para restaurar el agua fría, para quitar la suciedad no desempeño normal del frenado. adherida.

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    En caso de que alguna super ficie de la motocicleta esté rayada o arañada, su distribuidor Honda dispone de tinta para retoques en el color original de su motocicleta. Cerciórese de especificar el código de color (página 55) de su motocicleta, cuando adquirir...

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    GUÍA PARA ALMACENAJE ADVERTENCIA En caso de que haya necesidad de mantener la motocicleta inactiva durante un periodo prolon- La gasolina (nafta) es altamente infla- gado, se deben observar ciertos cuidados para mable y explosiva. Usted podrá se reducir los efectos de deterioro causados por la quemar o ser seriamente herido al inactividad de la motocicleta.

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    3. Para evitar la oxidación en el interior del 4. Lave y seque la motocicleta. Aplique una cilindro, efectúe los siguientes procedi- camada de cera en todas las superficies mientos: pintadas. Proteja las piezas cromadas con aceite anticorrosivo. • Quite la capa supresora de ruidos de la bujía de encendido.

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    ACTIVACIÓN DE LA MOTOCICLETA 1. Quite la capa protetora y limpie la moto- cicleta. 2. Cambie el aceite del motor, en caso de que la motocicleta haya quedado inactiva por más de 4 meses. 3. Cargue la batería, en caso de que sea necesario.

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    ESPECIFICACIONES DIMENSIONES Largo total 2.059 mm (81,1 pul.) Ancho total 812 mm (32,0 pul.) Altura total 1.190 mm (46,9 pul.) Distancia entre ejes 1.372 mm (54,0 pul.) PESO Peso en seco 107,9 kg (237,9 lbs) CAPACIDADES Aceite del motor Después del drenaje 1,0 l (1,1 US qt, 0,9 Imp qt) Después del desarmado 1,2 l (1,3 US qt, 1,1 Imp qt) Tanque de combustible...

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    MOTOR Diámetro y carrera 65,5 x 66,2 mm (2,58 x 2,61 pul.) Relación de compresión 9,0:1 Cilindrada 223.0 cm (13,60 pulgadas cúbicas) Bujía de encendido Padrón DPR8EA – 9 (NGK) o X24EPR – U9 (DENSO) Para climas fríos DPR7EA – 9 (NGK) o (Menos de 5°C, 41°F) X22EPR –...

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    CHASIS Y SUSPENSIÓN Ángulo de avance 26°45' Trail 111 mm (4,4 pul.) Neumático delantero (tamaño) 80/100-21 80/100-21 M/C Neumático trasero (tamaño) 100/100-18 100/100-18 M/C TRANSMISIÓN Reducción primaria 3,090 Relación de transmisión 1ª 2,769 2ª 1,941 3ª 1,450 4ª 1,148 5ª 0,960 6ª...

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    D2203-MAN-0314 Printed in Brazil A1400-0210...

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    Honda's profilation of this bikePut in simple, moto-friendly terms, the CRF230F is a certified blast to ride. Just ask the countless riders, of all skill and experience levels, whove ever twisted its throttle and made easy work of the toughest trails. General informationModel:Honda CRF 230 FYear:2008Category:Enduro / offroadRating:75.8 out of 100. Show full rating and compare with other bikesPrice as new (MSRP):US$ 3649. Prices depend on country, taxes, accessories, etc.Engine and transmissionDisplacement:223.00 ccm (13.61 cubic inches)Engine type:Single cylinder, four-strokeCompression:9.0:1Bore x stroke:65.5 x 66.2 mm (2.6 x 2.6 inches)Fuel system:Carburettor. 26mm piston-valve carburatorFuel control:Single Overhead Cams (SOHC)Ignition:CDICooling system:AirGearbox:6-speedTransmission type,final drive:ChainChassis, suspension, brakes and wheelsRake (fork angle):27.3Trail:112 mm (4.4 inches)Front suspension:37mm leading-axle Showa forkFront wheel travel:241 mm (9.5 inches)Rear suspension:Pro-Link Showa single-shock with spring-preload adjustabilityRear wheel travel:229 mm (9.0 inches)Front tyre:80/0-21 Rear tyre:100/90-18 Front brakes:Single discFront brakes diameter:240 mm (9.4 inches)Rear brakes:Expanding brake (drum brake)Physical measures and capacitiesSeat height:866 mm (34.1 inches) If adjustable, lowest setting.Ground clearance:297 mm (11.7 inches)Wheelbase:1,374 mm (54.1 inches)Fuel capacity:7.19 litres (1.90 gallons)Other specificationsColor options:RedComments:Model ID: CRF230FFurther informationInsurance costsGet estimated US insurance cost with a quote from Allstate Motorcycle Insurance. Parts finder Chaparral provides online schematics & OEM parts for the US. Motorcycle Superstore provides an easy-to-use parts finder. Ships to the US, Canada, UK and Australia. CMSNL ships low cost OEM motorcycle parts to Australia, Austria, Bahamas, Belgium, Canada, China, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hungary, Iceland, India, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Macedonia, Malta, Montenegro, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Poland, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Ukraine, United Kingdom, The United States and more. Also check out our overview of motorcycle webshops at Bikez.info.Dirt-bike partsDirt-bike parts and gear available from MotoSport.com. Ships to the US, Canada, the UK, most EU countries, Australia, India, etc.CustomizingAlso adventure and dirt-bike parts at CruiserCustomizing.com.Ask questionsJoin the 08 Honda CRF 230 F discussion group or the general Honda discussion group.Loans, tests, etcSearch the web for dealers, loan costs, tests, customizing, etc.Related bikesList related bikes for comparison of specs. Rating sample for this Honda bike Racing track capabilities for the 2008 Honda CRF 230 F:

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    Bring a torch to help you sign in all the bike's areas.

    Completely browse the situation of sprocket and the push sequence. The string must have around " of play (down and up) and also the teeth of the sprocket shouldn't be displaying apparent indicators of harm or use. Whenever you attempt to shake the string sideways about the sprocket, a great collection you will be firm and won't have much motion. Obtain a friend to sit down about the bicycle, after which examine without motion and the string continues to be comfortable. Odds are that use could be worn out somewhat after by the string, however the sprockets shouldn't display any indications of harm. This means the sprocket is extremely aged or even the bicycle hasn't been preserved properly if it will.

    It will not display any indicators of unequal deterioration when the tire is in shape. The stand ought to be heavy over the area. This means the bicycle can be used for daily-use on roads when the middle of the tire is used. It suggests the bicycle continues to be utilized on the monitor when there is wear about the sides.

    Consider the bicycle to get a check trip and examine the health of the clutch and brake levers. Additionally browse the club-finish loads, straightness of instrument group and the cafes. It might show a collision within the bicycle s background if these dont appear right. Additional indicators of incidents might be damaged motor instances, foot exhaust pipes or pegs. Contain the handbrake and jump the leading suspension. This company and will experience even. Examine the hand tubes for indicators of gas and decay. These are of used hand seals signs. Make sure so you prevent costly repairs later on you are inside your assessments.

    As you examine the forks, ensure that the brake rotors dont have bouncing or unequal use. Have a look in to the brake caliper to determine just how much of the patches are left. Ensure that the entire situation of the person spokes is great when the bicycle has spokes. Ensure that the wheels are reduction free.

    When the bicycle has middle stay, put on that and change the cafes sideways. It feel tough or notchy .

    Examine the obvious body when possible. Additionally take away to determine underneath. There must be no dents kinks or noticeable harm to the body. You shouldn't proceed more when there is.

    Examine the battery: access the battery and cut the multi meter over the battery devices and examine the voltage. Significantly less than 12-volts should not be study by it. The meter shouldn't read over 14 voltsapproximately while operating once you begin the motor. It might show an indication the regulator isn't right if it will. This may cause issues of creating it to crash and overcharging a battery. Additionally examine the health of indications and the lamps.

    Switch the motor off. There must be no indicators of deterioration in the event that you draw two out for examination or a blend. Have a look in the common look of the battery terminals and also the battery terminals.

    Making use of your torch, pencil look and the fuel-tank for apparent indicators of deterioration or decay. Don't make use of a lighter.

    Analyze under fairings (when the bike has fairings). Examine the general situation of engine-block the plugs, and radiator and also the body for harm. Consider leaks round oil pan bolt and the gas filter.

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