AFTER-RACE CHECK POINTS
After racing, first clean the motorcycle and then inspect the en-
tire motorcycle, with special attention to the items listed in
«MAINTENANCE» table (Appendix A), such as the air cleaner, car-
buretor, brakes, etc.
Carry out general lubrication, and make adjustment as neces-
When the motorcycle is to be stored for any length of time, is
should be prepared for storage as follows:
- Clean the entire motorcycle thoroughly.
- first carry out the operation mentioned hereunder, then fill the
tank with fuel mixed with a stabilizer:
place the hose (1) in a basin, loosen the drain screw (2) set on
the lower side of the basin, then drain the fuel and tighten the
Never litter the environment with fuel,
and let the engine running in open air,
never in closed rooms.
- Lubricate the drive chain and all the cables.
- Spray oil on all unpainted metal surfaces to prevent rusting.
Avoid getting oil on rubber parts or in the brakes.
- Set the motorcycle on a box or stand so that both wheels are
raised off the ground. (If this cannot be done, put boards un-
der the front and rear wheels to keep dampness away from
the tire rubber).
- Tie a plastic bag over the exhaust pipe to prevent moisture
- Put a cover over the motorcycle to keep dust and dirt from col-
lecting on it.
To put the motorcycle back into the use after storage.
- Make sure the spark plug is tight.
- Fill the fuel tank.
- Run the engine to warm the oil then drain the oil.
- Put in fresh transmission oil (page 29).
- Check all the points listed under the inspection and Adjustment
Section (Appendix A).
- Lubricate the points (listed in the Lubrication Section (Appendix
Premised that, before the motorcycle washing, it is necessary to
protect opportunely from the water the following parts:
a) Rear opening of the muffler;
b) Clutch and brake levers, hand grips, handlebar commutators;
c) Air cleaner intake;
d) Fork head, wheel bearings;
e) Rear suspension links,
it is necessary ABSOLUTELY TO AVOID THAT
HIGH PRESSURE JETS OF WATER OR AIR come
to contact with THE ELECTRICAL PARTS AND
FUEL INJECTION PARTS, especially the elec-
tronic control unit (1) and the sensors
group M.A.Q.S. (2) (page 87).