REAR SHOCK ABSORBER
This rear shock absorber is provided with a
separate type tank filled with high-pressure
nitrogen gas. To prevent the danger of
explosion, read and understand the follow-
ing information before handling the shock
The manufacturer can not be held respon-
sible for property damage or personal
injury that may result from improper han-
1. Never tamper or attempt to disassem-
ble the cylinder or the tank.
2. Never throw the rear shock absorber
into an open flame or other high heat.
The rear shock absorber may explode
as a result of nitrogen gas expansion
and/or damage to the hose.
3. Be careful not to damage any part of
the gas tank. A damaged gas tank will
impair the damping performance or
cause a malfunction.
4. Take care not to scratch the contact
surface of the piston rod with the cylin-
der; or oil could leak out.
5. Never attempt to remove the plug at
the bottom of the nitrogen gas tank. It
is very dangerous to remove the plug.
absorber, follow the instructions on
NOTES ON DISPOSAL (YAMAHA DEALERS
Before disposing the rear shock absorber, be
sure to extract the nitrogen gas from valve 1.
Wear eye protection to prevent eye damage
from escaping gas and/or metal chips.
To dispose of a damaged or worn-out rear
shock absorber, take the unit to your
Yamaha dealer for this disposal procedure.
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