What are the tips for starting a motorcycle

Update:03 Aug, 2020
Summary:start up In order to start the riding classic motorcycle more economical and low pollution, the mixi...

start up

In order to start the riding classic motorcycle more economical and low pollution, the mixing ratio is adjusted to be thinner, so before starting, press the choke door first, lift the choke door after starting, and run at low speed for 2 to level minutes, which is beneficial for the lubricating oil to reach every movement part. Fully lubricate. Engines with insufficient warm-up time. When working, it will aggravate the abrasion of the cylinder, piston (ring), rocker arm and other parts, and will be in a state of oil shortage and dry grinding in a short time. You must also be careful not to use neutral to bomb the throttle to speed up the warm-up. Before the low-beam car (scooter) starts, use the main parking frame to support the motorcycle, hold the (rear) brake handle, and press the electric start button to step on the foot start lever. After the engine is started; allow the engine to fully warm up (generally 2 to 3 minutes), and only when the engine is running at idle speed; the main parking frame can be retracted.

Get started

It is best to hold or loosen the clutch handle repeatedly before starting to avoid the phenomenon of motorcycle rushing before starting. The key to starting is to coordinate the action between the accelerator and the clutch. Hold the clutch handle tightly and put on a low-speed gear; gradually loosen the clutch handle with your left hand, and slowly add oil with your right hand. If the engine tends to stall, you should add some oil quickly. If the engine speed is high, you should slow down the throttle. Control the engine speed not to be too high, so that the engine speed keeps increasing steadily during the process from "half engagement" to "full engagement" of the clutch.



After the motorcycle starts, the next step is to shift gears. When shifting gears, the period during which the clutch is "disengaged" is the "idle-travel interval", and neither acceleration nor the accelerator can be used to control the speed of the motorcycle. It is just an "inertia" exercise. Therefore, try to shorten the "disengagement" time of the clutch. When shifting from a low gear to a high gear, first accelerate the motorcycle, then turn off the throttle, and quickly grip the clutch handle with your left hand; separate the clutch, put on a higher gear, then gently open the clutch handle, and then add the accelerator. According to this method, the highest speed can be reached by changing gears gradually. When shifting from high gear to low gear, first turn off the throttle, reduce the motorcycle speed, quickly tighten the clutch handle, shift to the desired gear, and then gradually loosen the clutch handle while increasing the throttle. When shifting from a high gear to a low gear, the motorcycle speed must be reduced to close to that of the gear shift position. Otherwise, due to the high motorcycle speed, the engine will produce a lot of traction after the gear position, causing damage to related transmission parts.

Back to throttle

When the motorcycle is running at high speed, if you need to release the throttle suddenly, you should pause for a while and then return to the throttle when the engine speed drops to about 3000 rpm. Otherwise, improper operation can easily cause the engine to stall (the cause is insufficient gasoline supply; the mixture is too lean).