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Coleman PowersportsCT200U Owner's Manual

Powersports off-road mini bike.
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Never allow any child under the age of 13 to operate this Mini
Bike. Persons age 13 to 16 should operate this mini bike only
under continual adult supervision.
Provincial / Municipal governments have different regulations
pertaining to owning and operating an off-road vehicle, learn the
regulations in your area.
(888)-405-8725 Coleman Powersports
364 S Smith Rd. Tempe, AZ. 85281
REV# 073112


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  • Page 1 Provincial / Municipal governments have different regulations pertaining to owning and operating an off-road vehicle, learn the regulations in your area. (888)-405-8725 Coleman Powersports READ THIS MANUAL CAREFULLY! 364 S Smith Rd. Tempe, AZ. 85281
  • Page 2 To the Owner Congratulations on your purchase of a Coleman Powersports Off-Road Mini Bike. This Owner’s/Operator’s manual will provide you information regarding safe operation, operational instructions, maintenance and care. Fully understanding this manual and following all of the instructions herein will provide the knowledge needed to have safe and enjoyable operation.
  • Page 3 This manual is based on the latest product information available at the time of publication. Coleman Powersports has a policy of continually improving its products. Due to improvements, or other changes, there may be some discrepancies. We reserve the right to make product changes at any time, without notice and without incurring any obligation to make the same or similar changes to vehicles previously built or sold.
  • Page 4 WARNING The engine exhaust from this mini bike contains chemicals known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. California proposition 65...
  • Page 5: Table Of Contents

  • Page 6: Coleman Powersports Warning

    90 days from the date of purchase shown on the sales receipt. During this period of time Coleman Powersports will, at its option, either repair or replace any original Coleman Powersports part which is covered by this warranty and is proven to be defective in workmanship or material.
  • Page 7 5. Any product which has been altered or modified in a manner not consistent with the original design of the product or in a manner not approved by Coleman Powersports. 6. Tires 7.
  • Page 8: Important Safety Labels

  • Page 9: Labels

    FOR SERVICE AND REPAIR, PLEASE CALL • avoid paved surfaces, paved surfaces can adversely COLEMAN POWERSPORTS affect handling and control. TOLL FREE 888-405-8725 • keep hands and feet away from all moving parts.
  • Page 10: Safety

    SAFETY Never allow anyone under the age Never take drugs or alcohol before of 13 to operate this mini bike. or during operation of this mini Persons age 13 to 16 should bike. operate this mini bike only under Never traverse, climb or go down continual adult supervision.
  • Page 11: Description And Part Locations

    DESCRIPTIONS AND PART LOCATIONS 1. Rear Rack 2. Rear Fender 3. Seat 4. Front Rack 5. Front Fender 6. Front Wheel 7. Foot Pegs 8. Kick Stand 9. Starter Recoil 10. Fuel Valve 11. Choke Lever 12. Carburetor 13. Air filter assembly 14.
  • Page 12: Description And Part Functions

    DESCRIPTION AND PART FUNCTIONS Right Throttle Grip : The engine speed is regulated by the position of the right throttle grip. Throttle is increased by turning the throttle grip toward the operator. Engine speed is decreased by turning the throttle grip away from the operator.
  • Page 13: Choke Operation

    DESCRIPTION AND PART FUNCTIONS Choke operation Choke Lever (1): If the engine is cold, the Choke Lever (1): If the engine is cold, the choke can help start the engine by placing choke can help start the engine by placing the choke lever to the “ON”...
  • Page 14: Fuel And Oil

    FUEL AND OIL FUEL WARNING Never use leaded gasoline in this product. It could affect the engine’s emissions and Fuel and fuel vapor are highly damage the engine. flammable and toxic. You can be Mini Bike requires clean unleaded regular burned or poisoned while refueling.
  • Page 15: Pre Ride Inspection

    PRE-RIDE INSPECTION WHAT TO CHECK FOR Inspecting and checking the condition of CHECK the Mini Bike before each ride is Steering • Smoothness important. Following the pre-ride check • No restriction of list will help insure the you do not have movement mechanical problems which could result in injury or becoming stranded.
  • Page 16: Riding Mini Bike

    RIDING THE MINI BIKE HELMET, EYE PROTECTION, PROTECTIVE CLOTHING Always wear a DOT or SNELL certified motorcycle helmet (1). A helmet helps protect against serious head injuries in the event of an accident. A helmet is the most important safety gear item you can wear. Consult with a motorcycle dealer for the correct size and type of motorcycle helmet that is right for you.
  • Page 17: Starting The Engine

    RIDING THE MINI BIKE STARTING ENGINE To start the engine 1. Place the fuel valve (1) in the “ON” (right) position 2.. If engine is cold, place the choke lever (2) in the “ON” (left) position. 3. Place the ON/OFF switch (3), located on the handlebars, in the (on)position.
  • Page 18: Starting Off

    RIDING THE MINI BIKE STARTING OFF 1. Start and warm up the engine according to the instructions in this manual. 2. Place the side kick stand in the up position. WARNING 2. Apply the throttle gradually to start Removing hands from the handlebars riding.
  • Page 19: Load Guidelines

    If you have a question about a modification or accessory, contact Modifications to the Mini Bike, including your dealer or call Coleman Powersports. adding accessories, could adversely affect the handling of the Mini Bike causing an accident which could result in severe injury of death.
  • Page 20: Maintenance

    MAINTENANCE For maintenance, your mini bike may be maintained by an authorized Coleman Powersports service dealer or a repair shop of your choosing. Following the proper maintenance CAUTION procedures and time table for Failing to perform recommended maintenance listed in this manual is...
  • Page 21: Maintenance Chart

    MAINTENANCE CHART Every 3 1st Month Every 6 Mo/ Every Year/ Each Use Months/ /20 hrs 100 Hrs 300 hrs. 50 hrs. Engine oil - check *Engine oil - change Air filter - check *Air filter - clean *Air filter - change *Carburetor Sediment cup...
  • Page 22: Air Filter

    MAINTENANCE Air Filter CAUTION The air cleaner element needs to be Clean air filter frequently if Mini cleaned or replaced periodically (see Bike is driven in wet, muddy or chart for cleaning/replacement dusty conditions. intervals). The air filter element will need to be cleaned more often if Mini Bike is Driving in the above conditions ridden in muddy, wet, or dusty conditions.
  • Page 23: Spark Plug

    MAINTENANCE Spark Plug This Mini Bike comes equipped with a LD- F7TC spark plug. To inspect the spark plug, remove the air filter cover and element to gain access. Remove spark plug cap (1) then remove the spark plug from the engine with the spark plug tool provided.
  • Page 24: Engine Oil

    MAINTENANCE WARNING Engine Oil The proper amount and grade of engine oil New and used oil can be hazardous will have a great impact on the life of the Children and pets can be harmed engine. Checking the oil daily and changing the oil as listed in the by swallowing new or used oil.
  • Page 25: Idle Speed Adjustment

    MAINTENANCE Idle speed adjustment The idle speed should be set at 1700 ± 150 RPMs To adjust the idle speed: 1. locate the idle adjustment screw (1) located on the carburetor. 2. Allow the engine to warm up approximately 10 minutes 3.
  • Page 26: Brakes

    MAINTENANCE Brakes Brake Lever Adjustment 2.0 - 4.0mm (0.08 - 0.16 in) The front left brake lever (1) should have 2.0 - 4.0mm (0.08 - 0.16) of free play. To adjust brake lever free play: 1. Loosen the Jam nut (2) on the brake cable.
  • Page 27: Chain And Sprocket

    MAINTENANCE Chain Chain lubrication Chain and Sprocket Lubricating the chain before each ride will help to ensure maximum life of the chain Inspection and sprockets. Inspect the drive chain for wear, rust, bound links, proper lubrication and proper Instructions for cleaning and tension.
  • Page 28: Centrifugal Clutch

    MAINTENANCE Centrifugal Clutch Cleaning and lubrication To help ensure the maximum life out of the Centrifugal clutch. It is important to clean and lubricate the clutch after every 5 hours of operation. To Clean and lubricate, follow the instructions below 1.
  • Page 29: Tires

    MAINTENANCE Tires Inspect tires before each ride, this should include the following: 1. Inspect for cracks or leaks 2. Inspect tread depth. If tread depth is below 4mm (.16 in.) replace the tire. Minimum tread 3. Check tire pressure. Incorrect tire 4mm (.16 in.) pressure can affect the handling, rider comfort, steering, tire life and traction.
  • Page 30: Storage

    Storage If the Mini Bike is left unused for an extended period of time proper storage maintenance is required. 1. Wash Mini Bike thoroughly, then wax painted parts with a non abrasive auto wax. Coat vinyl seat and rubber parts with a vinyl/ rubber protectant.
  • Page 31: Washing The Mini Bike

    Washing the Mini Bike 1. Wash mud and dirt off Mini Bike with low pressure water from a hose. Do not use high pressure nozzles, this could allow water to enter the engine causing damage. 2. Wash Mini Bike using a mild detergent or car soap using a sponge, soft rag or brush.
  • Page 32: Troubleshooting

    TROUBLESHOOTING Trouble Possible cause Solution Engine will • Low fuel • Fill with fresh fuel not start • Stale or contaminated fuel. • Have a service center flush and fill with fresh fuel. • Fuel valve is in the “OFF” •...
  • Page 33: Specifications

    SPECIFICATIONS Engine Braking Displacement 196cc Rear Brakes (Type) Drum Starting Recoil Cord Spark Plug Type LD - F7TC Cooling Air cooled Tires Ignition Type T.C.I Front Tire Size AT19x7-8 Cylinder head config. Rear Tire Size AT19x7-8 Number of Cylinder Single Combustion Cycle 4-stroke Bore and Stroke...
  • Page 34: Vehicle Identification Number

    FRAME AND ENGINE NUMBER LOCATION The Vehicle identification number and the engine number are needed when calling for VIN # parts, service center help or when registering your Mini Bike. Locate the numbers and list the numbers below for reference. The 17 digit Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) is located on the vertical tube on the neck of the mini bike...
  • Page 35: Emission Control System Warranty

    Chongqing Huansong Industries (Group) Co. Ltd. U.S.A. EPA Emissions Limited Warranty This All Terrain Vehicle emissions limited warranty is in addition to the Coleman Powersports standard limited war- ranty for All Terrain Vehicles. Chongqing Huansong Industries (Group) Co. Ltd. Warrants that this vehicle is: 1.
  • Page 36 All implied warranties including but not limited to any implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose are limited in duration to the warranty period de- scribed herein. Chongqing Huansong disclaims all express warranties not stated in this warranty. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts, so the above limitation may not apply if it is inconsistent with the controlling state law.
  • Page 37 POWERSPORTS (888)-405-8725 Coleman Powersports 364 S. Smith Rd. Tempe, AZ. 85281

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