UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com GAS POWERED SCOOTER FS-G10B UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com Instruction for gasoline scooters This is a motorized folding scooter with low power, which is specially used for sporting and entertainment, with centrifugal toe-wearing clutch, speed reducing on gear, chain drive, assembled with powerful single cylinder air cooled, two stroke engines, which will make you safe and comfortable when you are operating it. 1. General safety precaution Scooters can be hazardous to operate. Please operate it with the following safety instruction, if you fail to take proper precautions, a collision or fall may quickly occur. If you have any questions as to the operating condition of your scooters, turn off the engine and walk your scooter. These scooters should be ridden by persons with excellent vision, balance, coordination, reflexesmuscle tone, strength, and good decision making capability. 1. Please read this manual and all safety labels carefully, know about its function, maintenance and service method completely, and follow correct operating procedures. 2. Minors shall never operate without adult supervision. 3. Never operate your scooter on surfaces, which are slick or unstable due to dampness, loose gravel, etc. 4. Never operate your scooter on any public street, road, or highway. 5.Never operate your scooter without wearing proper safety equipment. Including: helmet, shoes, protective clothing and pads. 6.Never operate your scooter under influence of alcohol or drugs. 7.Always ride with both hands on the handles. 8.Never operate at excessive speeds. Proper speed is determined by terrain, visibility, operating condition and experience. 9. Never attempt wheelies, jumps, or other stunts. 10.Always inspect your scooter prior to each use to make sure it is in safe operating condition. Follow inspection and maintenance procedures and schedules described in this manual. 11.Never operate your scooter on steep hills or inclines. 12.Do not turn at excessive speeds. 13. Maintain proper tire pressure as described in this manual. 1 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com 14.Fuel is highly flammable. Keep it safe from any source of fire, especially when refueling. 15.Engine and muffler get hot while in use. Do not touch. 16.Keep all body parts and clothing away from belts or chains. II. Main parts description 3. Throttle Control 2. Stop switch 1. Rear brake handle 12. Fuel tank 4. Lining chamber 11. Rear fender 5. Folding part 10. Rear wheel 9. Engine 8. Pedal 6. Front wheel 7. Kick stand 2 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com III. Assembly instruction: 1. Assembly. 1.1 Take folded scooter from carton. 1.2Tighten folding part; ensure the handle bar to be steady. ( See illustration 1 ) 1.3 Fix the screw. (See illustration 2). 2. Fix lining chamber. 3.Install fuel tank (See illustration 3). 4.Adjust rear brake. (See illustration6). 4.1 Adjust rear brake screw to work very well. 4.2 If break worn too much, please replace. 5. Adjust rear chain. (See illustration 7) IV. Check prior to riding and Caution: 1. Check fuel line flexible; check the flexibility and reliability on front and rear brake actuation, if it is not in good situation, adjust it in time. 2. Filling air for front and rear tire should be proper. Normally, air pressure is 85 P.S.I. Too much air can cause rough ride, if tire pressure is too low, it will have an effect on the speed and fuel consumption, which will decreased. 3. Chain should be checked and adjust frequently, and lubricant so that the chain flexible. 4. Check all bolts and nuts if they are loose, please tighten it if necessary. 5. Keep body clean and away from moisture high temperature and gas corrosive. 3 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com V. Instruction for operating 1. Preparation: check stop switch, spark plug and fuel in-line and fuel return line if connected properly. Use unleaded gasoline and good 2 cycle engine oil in the ratio of 25: 1 when filling in fuel tank. If not mixed to proper ratio, the engine performance may decrease or damage to the engine may occur. 2. Press the clean priming bulb underneath the carburetor until fuel can be seen in the clear plastic fuel return line. (See illustration 7) 3. Close choke valve. (See illustration 8) 4. Pull the starter grip briskly and return gently, engine should start within a few pulls. (See illustration 9). Then, open choke valve. 5. If there are any difficulties on start-up, open air adjustor a little, turn throttle control handle, and pull up start handle, engine start, then, open choke valve. 6. Proper riding: after start-up accelerating slowly. 7. Stop: press stop button on the handle bar. (See illustration 10) VI. Maintenance and service 1. Check fuel level before start-up, refill fuel when needed. If fuel is not Flowing, check all bolts and nut if lightened, Check fuel for leak. 2. Warm-up 3-5 minutes after cold start-up, then, use. 3. Breaking-in (wear-in) is important to engine, within first 20 hours, choke must not be opened fully, after 20 hours, perform complete maintenance to engine, check air filter each 20 hours, clear spark plug and adjust its clearance 0.6-0.7mm each 50 hours, clear fuel tank and refill if necessary, clear carbon in combustion chamber and muffler, check spark plug if in good condition. 4. To ensure long life of engine, please use fuel in accordance with the 4 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com instruction. 5. If engine is abnormal, pleases have professional people checked and repaired. VII. Troubleshooting A. Start-up is hard 1.Check if fuel flowing smoothly, and if there is air bubble in line press small cup to pump fuel into carburetor. 2.Check the spark plug and wiring for connection. 3.Check fuel mix ratio, or for clogged gas filter. 4.Check if air filter is clogged. 5.Check the stop switch if short circuit. 6.If you attempt to start the engine too many times, there might be excess fuel in the cylinder. Remove spark plug and allow excess fuel to evaporate. Reassemble. 7. Remove spark plug to check the gap between spark plug if it is 0.6-0.7mm, and decarbonizes. 8.Connect spark plug wire, pull start grip to see if spark is produced. B. Engine no high speed 1. See if choke is open. 2.Check if fuel line is clean. 3.Adjust air oil density screw. C. Engine can have a start-up but stop while working. 1.See if air filter is clogged. 2.See if muffler and fuel line is blocked. 3.Adjust idling speed screw(See illustration 11 ), clockwise turning for high speed, anticlockwise turning for low speed. D. Engine lack of power 1. Vent on fuel tank cover is blocked. 2.Fuel line is blocked (sediment), leakage or fuel filler blocked by dirt VIII. Storage procedure To store engine, engine should be cool to touch, moisture not more 5 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com than 80%, good ventilation, isolated from easy-burning or erosion chemicals. If you plan to not use your scooter for a long time, please empty the fuel lank and Start-up the engine to run all fuel in the carburetor, and remove the fuel pipe. IX. Technical data: Item Parameter Item Parameter Engine Single cylinder Fuel Consumption 75m / 1 GAL air-cooled 2 stroke CYD DIA¡ó stroke 36¡ó 32(mm) Fuel tank volume 1 Qt Sparkle plug BM6A Max speed I2mph Carburetor Double films Weight 42 lbs Speed idling 2200 ± 2(X)rpm Min gap away from 4 in ground Rotation engine Counterclockwise Load 250 lbs Sparkle plug gap 1.0023 Package size 1180*330*505 (mm) Fire mode CDI Length¡ó width¡ó height 1220*350*1040 (mm) Start Pull start rope Wheel Base 38 in Fuel Unleaded gas Tire type 9inch High grade 2 stroke=25:l Output 33 c c Width of steering 18.5 in handle Power I.H.D./6500rpm Torque 0.9Nm/3800rpm Clutch type Centrifugal Tire pressure 85P.S.I(except solid tire) 6 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com Fig. 1 Tighten the folder Fig. 2 Install the bolts of the handlebar horizontal pipe 7 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com Fig. 3 Install fuel tank Fig. 4 Adjust the rear brake 8 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com Fig. 5 Adjust the chain Fig. 6 Remove and install the rear wheel Fig. 7 Press the bulb Fig. 8 Close choke valve 9 UFREE SCOOTER www.scooter-manufacturer.com Fig. 9 Pull start-up Fig. 10 Stop switch Fig. 11 Adjust idling speed screw 10 YOUR INSURANCE POLICIES MAY NOT PROVIDE COVERAGE FOR ACCIDENTS INVOLVING THE USE OF THIS SCOOTER. TO DETERMINE IF COVERAGE IS PROVIDED, YOU SHOULD CONTACT YOUR INSURANCE COMPANY OR AGENT.