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Instruction Manual

Thank you for choosing the motorcycle of Feiying Brand. The high quality motorcycle of FY125-3P series or FY15-3 series !hereinafter referred to as
the "ehicle in the #ser$s %anual&' (hich makes the )ace in the industry' is designed and manufactured *y the +om)any on the *asis of its modern
)roduction technologies of motorcycle. The "ehicle is characteri,ed *y its high technical )erformances and relia*ility' and its emission can meet the
latest national emission standard- therefore it is a fairly en"ironment-friendly motorcycle that may satisfy the demands of modern society. .iding the
"ehicle may *ring you safety' co,iness' and con"enience in your /o* and li"ing. Before you ride the motorcycle of this model' you must kno( (ell the
contents in this #ser$s %anual so that you may understand rele"ant o)eration of the "ehicle.
This 0nstruction %anual tells you ho( to ser"ice the )roduct. Follo( the instructions in the manual' you (ill *e a*le to ensure your motorcycle a long
ser"ice life and free of trou*les. 0n case of any dou*t a*out o)eration and ser"ice' )lease do not hesitate to contact your distri*utor. 0ts (ell-trained
technicians' equi)ment and tools (ill )ro"ide you (ith satisfactory ser"ice.
1ll configurations and )arameters are for reference only' not contracted ones. Please refer to the actual configuration of the manufacturer.
The )roduct is designed and manufactured in accordance (ith 222324 3 5+ +om)ulsory certification of motorcycles *y 5uro)ean #nion 2' the
standard of 6B7258-24 29afety 9)ecifications for :)eration of ;ehicles2' and the enter)rise standard <3 PY=>%7-25 <3PY=>%5?-
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This sign indicates )rocedures that must *e follo(ed to a"oid immediate ha,ard to you.
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5"en if this motorcycle is resold' it should also *e ke)t (ith the motorcycle. The +om)any makes great efforts to im)ro"e the design and
quality of its )roducts all the time. Though this #ser$s %anual contains the latest information of )roducts (hen )rinting' there still might *e
in it some(hat discre)ancies from the motorcycle you )urchased. 0n case of any question' )lease contact your local dealer or a))ointed
maintenance station.
Read this Instruction Manual carefully prior to driving.

!afe Driving """"""""""#
@ri"ing rules ---3 Protecti"e suits --3
.efitting ---3 Aoading goods and installing accessories ---3
6oods loading ---3
$arts names """"""""""%"&
Motorcycle identification """"""""""'
Controller functions """"""""""'"(
%eters and indicators ---? 0gniter s(itch ---7
=andle s(itch ---7 Fuel tank and tank lid ---8
Fuel s(itch ---8 #se of fuel and engine oil ---8
5ngine oil ---8 Tyres ---B
Driving instructions """"""""""(")*
Tyre (ear check ---B Pre-dri"ing check ---B
5ngine running-in ---1 @ri"ing ---1
6ear chart ---1 Braking and )ulling u) ---1
Repair and maintenance """"""""""))")+
0ns)ection and ad/ustment of o)eration of the throttle rotate handle ---11
1d/ustment of engine idle s)eed ---11
0ns)ection and ad/ustment of "al"e clearance ---11
0ns)ection' ad/ustment and lu*rication of dri"ing chain ---12
1d/ustment of front *rake ---12
1d/ustment of rear *rake ---13
0ns)ection of lighting and signaling system ---13
9torage *attery ---13 Fuse re)lacement ---14
.e)lacement of *ul* --- 14 %aintenance of motorcycle ---15
.e)lacement of lu*ricating oil ---15
0ns)ection and re)lacement of s)ark )lug --- 15
+leaning' maintenance and assem*ling of air filter---1? +leaning ---1?
6uide to storage of the "ehicle --- 1?
Precautions (hen reuse of the motorcycle ---17
%aintenance of aluminum (heels---17
Technical parameters """""""""")+
Trou,leshooting """""""""")-")(
.uality engine oil """"""""""/*
!ervice record """"""""""/*
lectrical diagram """"""""""/)
!afe driving
To dri"e a motorcycle' you ha"e to )ay attention to dri"ing
safety' understand safety instructions and do routine "ehicle
Driving rules
1. +heck the "ehicle *efore dri"ing to a"oid accident or damage to the machine.
2. 1ttend traffic authority dri"ing eCaminations and o*tain a dri"ing license. >e"er
lend your motorcycle to anyone (ithout a dri"ing license.
3. To )re"ent *eing in/ured' you are recommended to *ear in mind the follo(ing
@ress in *right and "i"id color.
Eee) a distance from other motor "ehicles.
1*ide *y local traffic rules and ne"er contend (ith other dri"ers.
1ccidents mostly result from s)eeding. @o not dri"e a*o"e the s)eed limit.
9(itch on the turn light *efore you turn or change lane.
@ri"e carefully on crossroads' car )ark entrance3eCit and s)eed (ay.
=old handle*ars (ith *oth hands and )lace feet on the )edals. Passengers shall
also hold tight to safety handle or the dri"er and )lace feet on )assenger
.efitting motorcycle or re)lacing original )arts may com)romise
dri"ing safety and is against traffic rules. Please a*ide *y rules on
the use of motorcycles.
0oading goods and installing accessories
@ri"e carefully (hen youFre carrying goods or accessories are
installed. 0m)ro)er loading may harm the "ehicleFs )erformance
and sta*ility and lead to accident.
1oods loading
1. The goods shall *e loaded in a middle )osition and as lo( as )ossi*le. Put the
goods e"enly on *oth sides of the "ehicle and in *alance. 0f the goods are loaded
too far a(ay from the center' the motorcycle (ill *ecome difficult to handle.
2. Pro)erly ad/ust the tire )ressure and rear dam)ing s)ring according to the (eight
of loaded goods and the dri"ing conditions.
3. To ensure dri"ing sta*ility' the goods shall *e firmly fiCed to the "ehicle and
checked regularly.
4. >e"er *ind large or hea"y o*/ects to the steering handle or front fork. The dri"ing
*alance or steering reaction might *e com)romised.
5. >e"er o"erload the motorcycle !15kg&.
$rotective suits
1. For the sake of your safety' you should (ear helmet' mask or glasses and glo"es.
The )assengers shall also (ear helmet.
2. The eChaust )i)e may *e "ery hot. To a"oid scalding' (ear something to )rotect
your legs.
3.1"oid (earing any loose clothes that may sto) the handle*ars' starter le"er' )edals
or (heels.
$arts Names
1. .ear carrier
2. 9eat )ad
3. Fuel tank
4. .ear"ie( mirror
5. 9)oiler
?. Front turn signal light
7. .ear (heel
8. .ear dam)er
B. 5Chaust muffler
1. .ear )edal
11. Front )edal
12. .ear *rake )edal
13. Front dam)er
14. Front (heel
15. .ight side co"er
1?. %ain stand
17. .ear turn signal light
18. 0nstrument assem*ly
1B. 9teering handle
2. +ar*uretor
21. Fuel s(itch
22. 6earshift le"er
23. Eickstand
24. Aeft side co"er
25. %ounting )osition of data )late
2?. 9tenciling )osition of frame num*er
27. 9tenciling )osition of engine num*er
28. =eadlight
2B. Taillight
3. =orn
Motorcycle identification
2ehicle identification num,er 32IN45 nameplate and engine num,er
To register your motorcycle' youFll ha"e to su))ly the "ehicle
identification num*er !;0>& and engine num*er. Ghen you order
ne( )arts' you need also to su))ly the ser"ice center (ith these
num*ers. Please note do(n these t(o num*ers for future reference.
;ehicle identification num*er !;0>&
5ngine num*er
The frame identification code !;0>& is stenciled on the head-end tu*e of the
The "ehicleFs data )late is ri"eted onto the front of the head-end tu*e of the
frame' or ri"eted onto the central )oint on the right side of the frame.
The engineFs serial num*er is stenciled onto the lo(er left side of the engine.
identification num*er
Controller functions
Meters and indicators
1 Turn indicatorD (hen the s(itch of turn signal lam) functions' this indicator
2 =igh *eam indicatorD (hen the motorcycle uses high *eam lam)' this indicator
is on.
3 >eutral gear indicatorD (hen motorcycle is set to its neutral )osition' this
indicator flickers.
4 6earshift )osition dis)layD (hen gearshift of the motorcycle' the indicator is on.
1. Fuel meter
2. Tachometer
3. .ed ,one in tachometer
5ngine num*er 5"en if the running in of engine is finished' do not allo( the
)ointer to enter into the red ,one. Pay s)ecial attention in case
of ra)id acceleration or acceleration at gear 1 or 2 *ecause the
)oint is a)t to enters into the red ,one then. The red ,one
indicates that the engine has already reached the maCimum
limit of its rotational s)eed. To ride at the said rotational s)eed
may lead to reduction of its ser"ice life.
1. 9hort-distance ,ero-clearing !reset& kno*
2. 9)eedometer
3. 9hort-distance odometer
4. :dometer
Ignition switch
0gnition s(itch is located in the lo(er medium )art of the instrument' (ith three
)ositions namely :FF' :>' and P.
:FF D 0t indicates that the (hole circuit is turned off' the engine cannot
*e started u)' *ut the key may *e taken out.
:> D The (hole circuit is turned on. You can start the engine and the
6andle,ar switch
1. Turn signal lam) s(itch
2. =igh3lo( *eam s(itch
3. =orn ring
Position 5C)lanation
9et the s(itch to this )osition' and the headlight is s(itched to
high *eam
9et the s(itch to this )osition' the headlight is s(itched to lo(
9et the s(itch to this )osition' and the front and rear left turn
signal lam)s flicker
Turn signal lam) is turned off
9et the s(itch to this )osition' and the front and rear right turn
signal lam)s flicker
Press this *utton' and the horn sounds
key cannot *e remo"ed.
Park !P&D 5Cce)t the taillight and )osition light' all other circuits are turned
off' the com)lete "ehicle is set to its shutting-do(n state' and the
key can *e taken out.
1. 9hutting-do(n s(itch
2. Aighting s(itch
3. 5lectric starting *utton
Position 5C)lanation
Ghen the s(itch is set to this )osition' it is allo(ed to start u)
the engine
Ghen the s(itch is set to this )osition' the engine can$t *e
Turn off the lighting lam)
The )osition light' instrument light' the taillight are on
The headlight' instrument lighting lam)' and taillight are on
Press this *utton to start u) the engine
7uel tan85 fuel tan8 cap
Fuel-tank ca)acity is 12A' of (hich' the ca)acity of s)are !auCiliary& fuel duct is 1.?A.
0t ado)ts lead free gasoline' (ith octane rating of IB or higher.
:)ening )rocedures of fuel tank ca)D
0nsert the ignition s(itch key.
Turn the key right(ard for B degrees to o)en the fuel tank ca).
Just )ress and close it.
@o not fill t(o much gasoline into the fuel tank !the fuel le"el must not
eCceed the neck of the fuel tank&. 1fter fuel filling' the fuel tank ca)
must *e tightened. 6asoline is eCtremely inflamma*le or e"en
eC)losi"e. Before you o)en the ca)' check (hether or not the engine
shutting-do(n is com)letely achie"ed- fuel filling shall *e carried out
in good-"entilated )lace' and strict measures shall *e taken so as to
)re"ent alight cigarettes or other tinder from a))roaching the )lace.
7uel switch
Fuel s(itch is located under the left side of the fuel tank' and the fuel su))ly is s(itched off once
you turn the s(itch kno* to its )osition 22 !:FF&. Ghen you do not ride the "ehicle' /ust turn
the s(itch kno* to its )osition 22. Before you ride the "ehicle' turn the s(itch kno* to its
)osition 2 2 !:>& for normal fuel su))ly !fuel *egins to flo( into the car*uretor&.
Ghen the s(itch kno* is turned to its )osition K L !s)are fuel duct&' s)are fuel duct *egins to
su))ly fuel !the s)are fuel duct may *e utili,ed only if the normal fuel su))ly is o"er&. But the
ca)acity of s)are fuel duct is 1.?A only' therefore you shall ha"e fuel filled as soon as )ossi*le.

9(itch kno* Position Position

Use of fuel and engine oil
1. Fuel
#se lead-free gasoline (ith octane "alue a*o"e BI.
#se of lo(-lead gasoline can lengthen the ser"ice life of the s)ark
2. 5ngine oil
#se of high-quality four stroke engine oil can lengthen the ser"ice life of the engine. #se
1P0 classification method to choose 9F or 96 grade engine oil. 5ngine oil "iscosity should
*e of 9151G-334. 0f this kind of oil is not a"aila*le' )urchase on selection of the
su*stitute according to the "alues listed in the ta*le *elo(.
ngine lu,ricating oil
Ghen using your motorcycle' it is required to check frequently the engine lu*ricating oil.
The filler ca) for lu*ricating oil is located on the right crankcase' the ca) is connected (ith a
di)stick' the oil le"el should *e *et(een the u))er and )o(er car"ed lines on the di)stick.
%ake sure not to start the engine (hen oil ca)acity is insufficient' or other(ise it (ill cause
*ad aftereffect to the engine.
#))er limit
0ndicated direction

.u**er ca)
1fter fuel filling' do not ha"e the s(itch kno* left on its )osition K L-
other(ise the main fuel duct and s)are fuel duct su))ly fuel
simultaneously' and you cannot continue riding *ecause all fuel !including
the s)are fuel& is used u) *efore you reali,e it.
Ao(er limit
1))ro)riate tire )ressure can make "ehicle kee) a most sta*le running' (ith not only
a comforta*le riding' *ut also a dura*le tire ser"ice life.
Tire )ressureD !kPa& FrontD 175kPaD .earD 225kPa
+ontinual use of eCcessi"ely (orn-out tire is eCtremely dangerous' as
the (orn-out tire (ill affect the traction force' the sta*ility' the steering
and )erformance of handling.
Before dri"ing' check the tire )ressure (hen the tires are cold' check
the tires for any cracks' nails' or other shar) o*/ects that may insert
into the tire' check the (heel felloe for any sunken or distortion
defects. 1ny tires' if damages are found' should *e re)aired or re)laced
at the maintenance station.
0m)ro)er tire )ressure (ill lead to unusual attrition of the tire tread' or
e"en cause safety incidents. 0nsufficient tire )ressure' not only causes
tire damages *ut also leads to sli))age (ith (heel felloe or e"en
se)aration (ith the (heel felloe. Ghen the de)th of tire tread in the
middle )art of the tire is less than 1.?mm for front tire' and less than for rear tire' )lease re)lace them at once.
Operation guidelines for driving your motorcycle
Inspection of tire attrition
@ri"ing a motorcycle (ith seriously (orn-out tires (ill lo(er dri"ing sta*ility and
)ossi*ly cause loss of control. Ge recommend re)lacing (ith a ne( front tire (hen
the de)th of its tire engra"ings is reduced to 1.?mm and so do the same for the rear
Inspection ,efore driving
+heck your motorcycle *efore dri"ing' Taking a fe( minutes to check the
follo(ing items (ill sa"e your time for re)airing the failure in your (ay and ensure
a safe dri"ing in the meantime.
+heck of engine lu*ricating oil le"el M 1dd oil if necessary and check for any
)ossi*le oil leakage.
+heck of fuel oil le"el 1dd fuel to oil tank and check for any )ossi*le oil
+heck of *oth front and rear *raking M +onduct an o)eration check' and ad/ust
the free ga) (hen necessary.
+heck of tireN+heck the state and )ressure for *oth the front and rear tires.
+heck of dri"ing chainN+heck the dri"ing chain for state and tightness and
make ad/ustment and a))ly lu*rication (hen necessary.
+heck of accelerator - +heck the accelerator if the accelerator handle turns
+heck of lighting and horn+heck if the headlam)' taillam)' *rake light ' turn
signal lam)' indicator and horn are in normal o)eration. To facilitate startu)'
the "ehicle is equi))ed (ith car*urettor startu) and thickening system. 0n a
cold engine state' raise the choke control handle to )osition 1 and start the
engine. :nce the engine is started u)' )ress the handle to )osition B to allo(
the engine )re-(arm !for 3 minutes& till adequate tem)erature' and then )ress
the handle to its original )osition +. This system (orks only (hen the
accelerator is in full close state. Fuel (ill *e su))lied directly "ia the throttle
tire if the de)th of its tire engra"ings is reduced to 2mm.
Front (heelD s)ec 2.75-18
.ear (heelD s)ec 113B
Aimit of (ear !front3rear (heel& .8mm
Tire (ear mark 22
system instead of this system once you turn the throttle for acceleration during
@o not start the engine (ith this system (hen the engine tem)erature is "ery
+hoke handle
ngine running"in
The ser"ice life of your motorcycle de)ends on the o)eration condition in the initial 1'km
riding of your "ehicle. 0n running-in )eriod' engine is unsuita*le to *ear eCcessi"e load' and
for any gear s)eed' dri"e at the s)eed not eCceeding 8O of its maCimum s)eed limit' try to
a"oid full throttling and dri"ing (ith only one s)eed for a long time' as in the initial dri"ing
)eriod' the machined surfaces of com)onents (ill kee) mutual contacts and gradually run in to
normal clearance. 9o allo(ing the engine to o*tain a lo( load running-in in initial dri"ing
)eriod (ill )rominently lengthen the ser"ice life of the engine.
1fter 2running in )eriod2' dri"ing at the s)eed (ith full throttling is )ossi*le' *ut attention
should *e )aid to the engine o)eration condition and its noise so as to *e sure that the engine
has entered into normal o)erating state.
0n the running in )eriod' engine oil should *e re)laced in e"ery 5 km .
Driving your motorcycle
Prior to dri"ing' check your motorcycle for the items as s)ecified .
Gait and get engine )re-(armed *efore dri"ing.
Ghen engine is set to idle s)eed' hold the clutch le"er tightly' and ste) (ith left ti)toe on
the )edal le"er' shift the transmission to the lo(-s)eed )osition !first gear& .
Turn the throttle rotate handle gradually to raise the engine rotation s)eed' and at the same
time' release the clutch handgri) slo(ly and these t(o actions should *e (ell coordinated
to so as to get a steady start.
Ghile the "ehicle enters a steady running state ' lo(er the engine s)eed ' shut do(n the
Diagram of gearshift positions
The gearshift )ositions of this "ehicle is sho(n in the right )ictureD
9ra8ing and par8ing
1. Braking
The *raking method (e normally use is to a))ly a simultaneous *raking for *oth front and rear
*rakes so as to ensure an effecti"e *raking. But in fact' this method is )refera*ly a))lica*le to
emergency sto) only. The most suita*le (ay for *raking is to shut do(n the throttle "al"e and the
clutch. 9te) on !in a little ad"ance&' and hold *raking handle*ar so as to ensure smooth and steady
*raking o)eration.
9e)arate a))lication of front or rear *rake may lead to inadequate *raking
effect- *ut if you increase the *rake force' the (heel may *e sei,ed'
resulting (heel skid. This may lead to unsta*le dri"ing or e"en a turn-o"er.
Ghile making a turn' lo(er the s)eed and a))ly a slo( *raking' shutting
do(n the accelerator or urgent *raking (ill cause a side sli) and a difficult
control of the "ehicle.
0t is not suita*le to dri"e at high s)eed *ut (ith a s)ecial care in (et rainy
seasons and on muddy road surface due to reduction of *rake )erformance.
#se lo(er gear (ith interru)ted *raking (hile running on a slo)e' and
continuous *raking (ill )roduce heat to the *rake' and reduce *raking
clutch ' ste) on the )edal le"er for shifting to the 2nd gear ' and do the same until gearshift
ha"e *een made in turns to 3rd ' 4th and 5
gear .
Pro)er handling the throttle "al"e in com*ination (ith *rake can lo(er the engine s)eed.
Ghile *raking' o)erate the front and rear *rake simultaneously' do not use too much force
and make a too tight *raking to the (heel' or' it (ill cause a *rake system failure and a
difficult control o"er the "ehicle.
0t is required to disengage the clutch *efore gearshift and reduce the
throttle so as to a"oid the damages of engine )arts or other )arts.
2. Parking
1. Ghen the "ehicle is sto))ed' set the gearshift )edal le"er to its neutral )osition' and turn the fuel
s(itch to KL.
B. Park your motorcycle on a flat and le"el )arking area and su))ort it (ith the main stand or
kickstand. 0n case of a slo)e' the "ehicle head should *e )laced at higher )oint so as to a"oid
1. For safety reasons' do not )ush your motorcycle (hen its steering lock is
locked' other(ise it (ill lose its *alance. 2. The eChaust muffler is fairly hot
(hen the "ehicle is /ust sto))ed- therefore the "ehicle shall *e )arked in a safe
)lace in (hich there is no )edestrian or' or in a )lace that the child cannot
Chec8 and ad:ustment of throttle rotate handle,ar operation
1. 1d/ustment of the close ni))le 2. FiCing nut
1. +heck the throttle rotate handle if it turns freely from full o)en to full close
)ositions- +heck if the throttle ca*le *et(een throttle rotate handle and car*uretor
is in good condition' and change in case of damage.
B. +heck the free ga) of rotate handle. The free ga) at corner the rotate handle shall
*e 2P?mm. To ad/ust the free ga)' firstly loosen the fiCing nut 2' and then turn the
ad/usting scre(.
;d:ustment of engine idle speed
9ta*le car*uretion is a *asic requirement of the engine for the car*uretor. The
car*uretion function of car*uretor (as )recisely ad/usted *efore factory lea"ing' and
its setting must not *e changed. Just )ay your attention to t(o )ointsD the idle s)eed
and the ga) of the throttle ca*le.
Chec8 and ad:ustment of valve clearance
1n eCcessi"e "al"e clearance (ill )roduce noise' (hile a too small or no "al"e
clearance (ill gi"e hindrance to throttle closing' cause "al"e *urning and lack of
engine )o(er' therefore' the "al"e clearance must *e checked in regular inter"als.
+heck or ad/ustment of "al"e clearance should
*e made in cold engine state (ith the method
gi"en *elo(D
1. .emo"e the cylinder head and the large and
small timing co"ers on the left co"er of the
2. Turn counterclock(ise the fly(heel such that
the car"ed line T is aligned to the mark-
shake the rocker arm gently' and it indicates the )iston is in the dead center
)osition of its com)ression stroke if the rocker arm is relati"ely loose !(ith a ga)&-
if it is eCcessi"ely tight' /ust turn counterclock(ise the fly(heel for 3? degrees.
1lign the car"ed line to the mark again.
3. 0nsert a feeler gauge into the clearance *et(een "al"e clearance regulating scre(
and ti) of the "al"e guide rod to check the clearance.
9tandard "al"e clearanceD 1ir intake .2-.3mm' eChaust .2-.4mm.
4. Ghen making ad/ustment' unscre( the locknut' turn the regulating scre( and
ad/ust till the feeler gauge has a slight resistance (hile inserting' 1fter ad/ustment'
scre( do(n the locknut and check the clearance again.
5. .eassem*ling can *e made in re"erse sequence of disassem*ling.
1d/usting scre(
9tart the engine' and let it run idly until
getting fully )re-(armed.
1fter engine )re-(arming' shut off the
throttle' ad/ust the regulating scre( *y
turning it left(ard and right(ard' and kee)
the rotation s)eed at 14-15 r)m.
;d:ustment of clutch
1. The free ga) of clutch le"er shall *e 2P3mm- /ust loosen the lock nut of u))er3
lo(er ad/uster on the crankcase and then ad/ust it. Turning clock(ise can reduce
the free ga) of the clutch le"er.
2. #))er ad/uster is on the left-hand clutch le"er.
3. The ad/ustment can *e made as )er the method
stated a*o"e. +lutch le"er
Chec85 ad:ustment and lu,rication of the driving chain
The ser"ice life of the dri"ing chain de)ends on its suita*le lu*rication and )ro)er
ad/ustment. Pro)er maintenance (ill lead to an early attrition and damage.
Inspection of the chain
+heck the chain for its attrition and tension.
9u))ort your motorcycle (ith the main stand' and shift the gearshift )edal to neutral
Put your finger *et(een the t(o s)rockets and s(ing the chain 1 u) and do(n' and
ad/ust the s(ing to 1P2mm.
;ertical am)litude of
oscillation of the chain
1. +hain 2.+onnecting rod locknut 3..egulation *olt 4. .ear (heel shaft nut
+heck the dri"ing chain for attrition and tension' and a))ly a coat of lu*ricating oil
if it looks dry.
Cleaning and lu,rication of the chain
#se )liers to remo"e the chain cli)s and elastic locking )ieces carefully'
disassem*le the chain cli)s and take out the chain.
+lean the chain in the sol"ent' then dry it in air.
+heck the chain for any attrition !chain *uckle attrition&' rigidity' locking
)iece' roller *reakage and chain )ulling off. %ake )rom)t re)lacement in case
of chain damage and (orn out.
1))ly oil or chain lu*ricating oil to lu*ricate the chain.
.eassem*le the chain in original sequence and make necessary ad/ustment.
+hain head cli)
Ghen reassem*ling the elastic locking )ieces' make sure the
orientation of locking )iece ga) clearance is contrary to the
dri"ing direction.
;d:ustment of front wheel ,ra8e
0ns)ection of the *rake fluid amount
First unscre( connecting rod locknut 2 and rear (heel shaft nut 4' and then turn
the regulation *olt 3 .
9et the right and left chain ad/uster to identical scale' and then tighten the
socket nut and rear (heel shaft nut after check Torque "alue of the rear (heel
shaft nut shall *e ?P8>.m.
Ghen you check the tightness of the chain' the ad/usting nut of *rake-)ull rod
of rear (heel shall *e read/usted and realigned after the tightness of the chain is
changed- :ther(ise' the free )ath of rear *rake (ill *e affected.
Ghen *rake fluid is insufficient' air (ill enter
into the *rake system' (hich (ill cause failure
of the *rake. First check the *rake fluid amount
)rior to riding' add *rake fluid if the amount is
insufficient and check the follo(ing )oints
(hile filling the fluidD
Ghen checking the amount of *rake fluid' turn the handle*ar to kee) the
u))er end of the *rake master cylinder at hori,ontal )osition.
.e)lenish the a))ointed *rake fluid only- other(ise ru**er oil seal may *e
damaged' resulting in leakage of *rake fluid. Poor *rake )erformance.
.ecommended *rake fluidD @:T I3 !or @:T I4&
7ree travel of front ,ra8e
Free travel of front brake is 10-20mm.
9ra8e oil
Brake oil is harmful' if it is s)attered into the eyes or on the skin'
(ash instantly (ith clean (ater' or see a doctor for treatment.
+heck the fluid le"el of the a*o"e *rake oil cylinder and fill (ith
s)ecified *rake oil if the le"el is do(n' the *rake oil in the cylinder
may flo( into the oil )i)e automatically and the le"el (ill go do(n
accordingly due to attrition of *rake shoes.
0imit nic8
The main )oints to check the front (heel *rake
shoes is to see if shoes is (orn to the limit nick. The
*rake shoes' if attrition eCceeds the limit nick'
should *e re)laced (ith ne( ones.
;d:ustment of rear wheel ,ra8e
1. 9u))ort your motorcycle (ith the main stand. Gear limit line
2. @etermine the mo"ing distance !namely free tra"el of 2-3mm& from the rear
Chec8 of rear wheel ,ra8e friction disc
0t is required to check the (ear indicator
condition of the *rake *lock for *raking. 0f
the (ear indicator B )oints to the )osition
+' go to the dealer from (hom the
motorcycle (as originally )urchased or to
the s)ecial maintenance station for
re)lacement of the *rake *lock.
Chec8 of the lighting and signaling system
9(itch on the main s(itch key to start the engine' check each illuminating lam)' signal
lam) and horn if they are in good (orking condition' and make )rom)t maintenance in
case of any a*normality.
!torage ,attery #))er limit
Prior to dri"ing' check the le"el of the Ao(er limit
*rake to the )oint (here the *rake is a*out to close.
3. Ghen ad/usting' turn the ad/usting nut of the rear *rake. Turn the ad/uster as )er the
indicated direction to reduce the free )ath.
4. Tread the rear *rake )edal se"eral times' release the *rake' and then turn the rear
(heel to see if it rotates freely.
5. 0t is required to conduct a check after ad/ustment' and make sure that the arc notch
of the ad/usting nut lies on the cam*ered surface of the cylindrical )in of the rear
*rake rocker arm.
*attery electrolyte' (hich should lie
*et(een u))er and lo(er limit. 0n case
the liquid le"el lies at lo(er limit' add
a amount of distilled (ater.
5lectrolyte is a kind strong corrosi"e liquid' (hich contains
sulfuric acid that can *urn your *ody and should *e a"oided
from contacting your skin' eyes or clothes etc. 0n case of
careless contact' (ash timely (ith clean (ater or see a s)ecial
doctor for treatment.
1. Ghile checking *attery liquid le"el or filling distilled (ater' make sure that
the *reather )i)e has *een connected to the *lo( "ent of the *attery.
2. :nly add distilled (ater to your *atteries' and adding of ta) (ater (ill shorten
the ser"ice life of the *atteries.<)
3. 0f the added *attery electrolyte eCceeds the u))er limit' it (ill o"erflo( and
corrode the engine and frame )arts' and the o"erflo(ed electrolyte should *e
thoroughly (ashed clean.
Removal and mounting of the ,attery
1. #se the main s(itch key to loosen the *olt !not remo"al& of the dri"er$s tool*oC' remo"e
the dri"er$s tool' and take out the dri"er$s tools.
2. #se the dri"er$s tool to unscre( the left and right fastening *lots in the motor*ike saddle-
loosen the right medium fastening scre( of the side co"er' remo"e the side co"er' and then
carry out installation or remo"al of the *attery.
1. Ghen disassem*ling the *attery' make sure to )lace the main
s(itch to )osition K L first so as to )re"ent short circuit
from occurring.
2. Pay s)ecial attention to connection of )ositi"e and negati"e
(ires to corres)onding )ositi"e and negati"e terminals of the
*attery' and ensure that they are firmly secured. 0m)ro)er
(ire connection (ill easily lead to failure and damages to the
electrical elements.
3. Perform a careful check after assem*ling' and do not allo(
any eC)osure of the metal )art of the (ires for fear of electric
leakage or occurrence of danger.
Replacement of fuse
3. Before remo"al' disconnect the negati"e (ire from the storage *attery' and then disconnect
the )ositi"e (ire.
4. .emo"e the *reather )i)e of storage *attery' remo"e the )rotecting *and' and unload the
5. .eassem*le it in re"erse sequence. Before reassem*ling' )lace the *attery into the *attery
*oC sta*ly' and then connect the negati"e and )ositi"e )oles res)ecti"ely.
1 fuse is connected to the )ositi"e connection (ire of the *attery. 0n case the fuse is
frequently *lo(n out' it indicates a short circuit or a circuit o"erload. 6o to your
a))ointed maintenance station for o"erhauling.
Before checking or re)lacing a fuse' first turn the ignition
s(itch to )osition off 2 2 for fear of short circuit. @o not use
any fuse other than the ones s)ecified in the s)ecification' or
other(ise' it (ill cause serious )oor effects to the circuit
system' or e"en a fire and *urning of the headlam)' loss of
engine )o(er and that is "ery dangerous.
Replacement of ,ul,
The lam) *ul* (ill get "ery hot at its o)erating state and hold
this heat (ithin a certain )eriod e"en after it is turned off. 9o
*efore o)erating' make sure to allo( it to cool do(n com)letely.
1. Ghen re)lacing the *ul*' *e sure to turn to main s(itch to
off )osition K L'
2. >e"er use the *ul* other than the ones s)ecified in the
s)ecification for re)lacement.
3. Perform a test after *ul* re)lacement so as to ensure the
normal o)eration of the ne( *ul*.
Motorcycle maintenance
+onstant maintenance is an im)ortant guarantee for im)ro"ing "ehicle running
security' relia*ility' and o)erating )erformance' )lease maintain your motorcycle
regularly in accordance (ith the sti)ulations s)ecified in the maintenance ta*le.
+odeD 0 MPerform a check' cleaning' ad/ustment' lu*rication or re)lacement (hen
+ M +leaning . -.e)lacement 1 M 1d/ustment A M Au*rication
num*er of month or distance of tra"el (hiche"er comes first-
distance of tra"el !Q1 km& and follo( this inter"al later on
>um*er of
1 4 8 12
Fuel )i)eline 0 0 0
Fuel filter screen + + +
Throttle mani)ulation 0 0 0
1ir filter + + +
9)ark )lug 0 . 0
;al"e clearance 0 0 0
5ngine lu*ricating oil 5"ery year . 5"ery riding
mileage of
Fuel filter screen +
0dle s)eed of engine 0 0 0 0
@ri"ing chain 5"ery riding Performance of
Replacement of lu,ricating oil
The lu*ricating oil must *e re)laced as )er the s)ecified time *ecause lu*ricating oil
quality acts as a ma/or factor that may affect the ser"ice life of engine. .e)lace
lu*ricating oil (hile engine is still (arm' and the motorcycle should *e su))orted
(ith the main stand or )laced in a "ertical )osition' so as to ensure that the crankcase
oil to *e re)laced (ill *e fully drained.
1. Ghen oil re)lacement is necessary' unscre( and remo"e the scre( )lug (ith
di)stick at oil filler and the drain )ug !at engine *ottom&
2. 1fter draining the lu*ricating oil' scre( do(n the drain )lug first.
3. Fill in recommended lu*ricating oil of a))roCimately .?A' scre( do(n the scre(
)lug at oil filler- start u) the engine and allo( it to run for se"eral minutes *efore
sto)' check the oil le"el once again- if the oil le"el is not adequate still' fill in oil
again. Finally check (hether or not oil leakage occurs.
Inspection and replacement of spar8 plug
1. .emo"e the dirt around the s)ark )lug seat.
2. .emo"e the s)ark )lug ca) and remo"e the s)ark )lug.
3. +heck the s)ark )lug for any electrode damage' a*lation' and any insulator crackles
or coming off' and re)lace it in case of yes.
4. +heck the electrode at s)ark )lug side if its clearance is .?-.8mm' and make any
ad/ustment (hen necessary.
5. Ghen assem*ling the s)ark )lug' )ut the (asher first' and scre( the s)ark )lug to
mileage of
0 A
9torage *attery 5"ery month 0 0 0 0
Brake shoe - 0 0 0
Brake assem*ly 0 0 0
9to) lam) s(itch 0 0 0 0
+lutch system 0 0 0
Eickstand 0 0 0
9us)ension system 0 0 0
Gheel' tire 0 0 0
9teering *earing 0 0 0
>uts' *olts' fastening
0 0
9)eciali,ed maintainer of the maintenance )ersonnel may )erform maintenance. 0f
the user is )ro"ided (ith a (hole set of maintenance tools' maintenance data' and
maintenance ca)a*ility' maintenance may also *e )erform *y himself.
9er"iced only *y )ersonnel of a))ointed maintenance station for the sake of
its )osition (ith hand !for fear of mis)lacing&' and then scre( it do(n (ith *oC
9)ark )lug
Cleaning5 maintenance and assem,ling of the air filter
1ir filter must *e maintained at regular inter"als and more frequent cleaning should
*e )erformed es)ecially (hen dri"ing in hea"y dusty area.
1. .emo"e the air filter assem*ly.
2. .emo"e the air filter co"er scre(' lift off the co"er *oard and take out the filter
3. .emo"e the dust on the filter element *y ta))ing the filter element gently' check
for any damage' and if any damage is found' re)lace it (ith a ne( one. Put it
into cleaning solution for cleaning and dry it in air' dri) dro)s of lu*ricating oil
to make it (et .
4. Ghile reinstalling' mount the filter in the re"ersed sequence as disassem*ling.
Gash your motorcycle regularly so as to )rotect the )ainted surface' check and
re)air the damage and attrition conditions. +autionD =igh-)ressure (ater flo( (ill
cause damages to motorcycle main s(itch' instrument' car*uretor' (heel hu*'
dri"ing chain' eChaust muffler outlet' saddle' fuel tank' and handle*ar s(itch.
1. %ake sure to clean the motorcycle (ith sufficient amount of fresh (ater after
Take necessary )rotecti"e measures for your motorcycle in case you need to store it
for a long time' e.g. in (inter' so as to )re"ent the com)onents and )arts from *eing
malfunctioned or damaged due to long time storage. 0n addition' you should ha"e
your motorcycle )ro)erly re)aired and maintained *efore )utting it for storage.
:ther(ise these tasks may usually *e forgotten (hen you ride the "ehicle again.
1. .e)lacement of engine oil.
2. @rain the remaining oil from the fuel tank and car*uretor to a corres)onding
gasoline container and then )aint the inside of the fuel tank (ith s)raying ty)e
of antirust oil and )ut *ack the oil filler ca).
0t is "ery im)ortant to drain com)letely the remaining oil in the
car*uretor 0f your motorcycle (ill *e stored for o"er a month'
so as to ensure that its normal )erformance can *e *rought into
full )lay (hen you take out your motorcycle for reuse.
3. 0n order to )re"ent rust from occurring in cylinder' the follo(ing measures
should *e takenD
.emo"e the s)ark )lug lid from the s)ark )lug' and attach it to the near*y
)lastic )art (ith ta)e or string so as to make it se)arated from the s)ark
.emo"e the s)ark )lug from the engine and )lace it in a safe location and
make sure not to )ut the s)ark )lug and the s)ark )lug lid together.
Pour a s)oonful of clean engine oil into the cylinder and co"er the s)ark
)lug hole (ith a )iece of cloth.
9tart u) the engine for se"eral times to make the )oured engine oil scatter
to e"ery )art of the cylinder.
2. 1fter motorcycle drying' start the engine' and kee) the engine o)erating for
se"eral minutes.
3. 1 trial o)eration of the *rake should *e )erformed )rior to dri"ing. This trial
*rake o)eration should *e made re)eatedly till the *raking function has *een
fully restored.
4. 1fter (ashing and drying' a))ly lu*ricating oil instantly to the dri"ing chain.
Motorcycle storage guide
.eassem*le the s)ark )lug and s)ark )lug lid.
4. .emo"e the storage *attery and )ut it in a )lace free of free,ing and far from
direct sunlight. +arry on a slo( charge for the storage *attery once a month.
5. +lean and dry the motorcycle' a))ly (aC to )ainted surface and antirust oil to
the chrome-)lated surface.
?. 1))ly a coat of lu*ricating oil for the dri"ing chain.
7. +harge the tire to the standard )ressure s)ecified for the tire and )ut a (ooden
*lock under the (heel tire for *locking u) and isolation of the (heel from the
ground after the motorcycle is )laced.
8. 9tore your motorcycle in a shaded *ut not dam) )lace (ith less day and night
tem)erature difference' ne"er store the motorcycle in a )lace (ith direct
sunshine and (here inflamma*le s)ontaneous com*ustion articles !such as
grain' coal' cotton& are stored.
<hen reusing the motorcycle
1. 0f the motorcycle has *een stored for more than 4 months' it is required to
change the engine lu*ricating oil.
2. 0f necessary' charge the storage *attery and mount it again.
3. .emo"e the remaining misty antirust oil inside the fuel tank thoroughly and fill
the fuel tank (ith fresh gasoline.
4. Perform all the necessary checks *efore dri"ing. Before restoring normal
dri"ing' ride your motorcycle first in non-cro(ded )lace (ith lo( s)eed.
>ormal dri"ing can *e resumed only (hen no )erformance )ro*lem is sho(n.
Maintenance of aluminum wheel
The aluminum (heels' (hen contacted (ith filth' mud and road surface salt etc.'
(ill get rusted. 1fter dri"ing your motorcycle' use a foam *lock di))ed (ith mild
detergent to clean the (heels and (ash them (ith fresh (ater and dry (ith soft
1. >e"er use steel (ire "elour or saniti,er containing (ith
a*rasi"e or )olishing com)ound to clean the (heels' or
other(ise it (ill damage the (heels.
2. @o not allo( the (heels to ru* (ith other articles' or it (ill
cause damages to the (heels.
Main technical parameter
The main )arameters for the motorcycle set FY125-3P FY15-3
AengthQ(idthQheight !mm& 245Q715Q111 245Q715Q111
Gheel*ase 128mm 128mm
Total (eight of motorcycle set 131kg 131kg
%aCimum load quality 15kg 15kg
%inimum s)ace from the ground 15mm 15mm
%aC. "ehicle s)eed 85km3h Bkm3h
+lim*ing angle 2R 25R
Braking distance 7m3km3h 7m3km3h
Brake ty)e !front 3rear&
@isc ty)e3@rum ty)e
@isc ty)e3@rum ty)e
Gheel felloe ty)e !front 3rear & 1luminum alloy 3
aluminum alloy
1luminum alloy 3
aluminum alloy
Brake o)eration mode !front 3 rear & =and *raking 3 foot
=and *raking 3 foot
Front (heel s)ecification 2.75-18 2.75-18
Front tire )ressure 1752kPa 1752kPa
.ear tire s)ecification 113B 113B
.ear tire )ressure 2225kPa 2225kPa
=eadlight 12; 35G335G 12; 35G335G
Taillight 3 sto) lam) 12; 5G321G 12; 5G321G
Turn signal lam) 12; 1G 12; 1G
%odel FY15?F%0 FY1?2F%0
+ylinder diameter Q strokemm 5?.5 Q 4B.5 ?2. Q 4B.5
@is)lacementmA 124 14B
+om)ression ratio !S& B.D1 B.2D1
>ominal )o(er 3 rele"ant rotation s)eed
7.238 8.538
Torque3rele"ant rotation s)eed >.m3
B.3537 B.8375
%inimum no-load sta*le s)eed !r3min& 14T1 15T1
0nitial gear ratio 4.55 4.55
Final gear ratio 2.733 2.733
Fuel ty)e and *rand .<-B .<-B
9tarting mode t(o (ayD electric starting'
and )edal starting
t(o (ayD electric starting' and
)edal starting
0gnition mode + @ 0 + @ 0
Fuel consum)tion for one hundred
2.1A 2.2A
Au*rication method Pressure and s)lash
Pressure and s)lash
+lutch ty)e Get multi)le disc Get multi)le disc
9torage *attery s)ecification 12; 7.1h 12; B.1h
9)ark )lug model P-.17=+ P-.17=+
Fuse 12; 151 12; 151
Cause of common trou,les and solutions
Cause of common trou,les and solutions for transmission case
7ailure phenomenon
1. Thro(-out of gear (hile changing s)eed 1. 9hift gear and fork (orn-out 2. 9)ring *roken 1. .e)lacement 2. .e)lacement
2. Transmission case oil leakage 1. Poor sealing of /oint surfaces for transmission case' scre( loose
2. :il seal (orn-out and damaged
1. 1))ly fluid sealant and tighten the scre(s
2. .e)lace the oil seal
3. Poor gear engagement 9hift gear (orn-out' s)ring *roken' shifter fork sei,ed :"erhaul and re)lace damaged )arts
4. 1*normal sounds 6ear' gear shaft' selector fork (orn-out .e)lace it
Common driving and operation trou,les and eliminating method
7ailure phenomenon Cause !olutions
1. The "ehicle shakes "iolently Front and rear dam)er s)ring *roken' oil leakage' dam)er *ended .e)lace it
2. #nsta*le dri"ing direction 1. Too tight or loose for the correlated )arts of the steering handle
2. 0nsufficient tire )ressure 3. Aoose front' middle' rear shaft
1. 1d/ust 2. +harge to standard "alue
3. 1d/ust
3. Braking malfunctioned 1. Front and rear *rake shoe eCcessi"ely (orn-out
2. Front and rear *raking ca*le damaged' *rake clearance too large
3. 1ttrition of *rake cam
1. .e)lace 2. .e)lace and regulate
3. .e)lace
4. Poor dri"ing inertia 1. 0nsufficient tire )ressure and too tight chain
2. Gheel *earing attrition' all rele"ant )arts sei,ed
1. Pressuri,e and ad/ust
2. .e)lace and o"erhaul
:)eration disa*led 1. Broken strands of throttle "al"e ca*le 1. .e)lace 2. .einstall
2. Throttle "al"e re"ersely mounted
Cause of common engine trou,les and solutions
7ailure phenomenon
Fuel su))ly short' difficult engine start
or e"en una*le to start'
1. >o oil in fuel tank 2.Fuel s(itch not o)ened
3.+ar*uretor *locked 4. >o oil at u))er oil le"el
1..efill the fuel tank 2. :)en fuel s(itch
3. +lean car*uretor 4.9u))ly (ith stand*y oil
Poor idling' difficult to start' *lo( out
(hen accelerating after start' flame-
out automatically
1. +ar*uretor *locked 2. 1ir door not o)ened
3. Throttle "al"e attrition 4. 0ncorrect miCture ratio
5. Gater in the fuel tank
1.+lean the car*uretor 2.:)en the air door
3..e)lace the throttle "al"e
4.1d/ust the miCture ratio scre(
5.+lear u) the fuel tank
9lack dri"ing' (ith slo( s)eed
increase (hen increasing accelerator
1. 1ir door not o)ened
2. 0ncorrect miCture ratio
1.:)en the air door
2.1d/ust the miCture ratio scre(
5ngine una*le to start or sto)s at
1. Gith normal com)ression )ressure'
car*uretor and high "oltage coil
discharge' *ut a*normal s)ark
1. 9)ark )lug charcoal and dirt
2. 0m)ro)er s)ark )lug electrode ga)
3. 9)ark )lug insulator damaged' short circuit
*et(een electrodes
1. +lean s)ark )lug charcoal and dirt
2.1d/ust the ga) to standard "alue
3..e)lace the s)ark )lug
2. Gith normal com)ression )ressure'
car*uretor' *ut a*normal high "oltage
coil discharge and s)ark discharge
1. +oming off or *urning of high "oltage coil /oint
2. @amaged +.@.0 ignition electronic induction
1..e(eld the /oint or re)lace the coil
1. 5ngine una*le to start or sto)s at
mid(ay !(ith normal car*uretor'
ignition )lug' *ut slack of
com)ression )ressure&
1. Gorn-out or *roken )iston ring.
2. Piston rings stuck
3. 0nlet and eChaust "al"e air leak
4. +ylinder ca) air leak 5. Broken start s)ring
?. 9tarting gear (heel attrition
1. .e)lace )iston rings
2. +lean the )iston and rings
3. 1d/ust or re)lace
4. .e)lace air cylinder cushion
5. .e)lace ?. .e)lace
2. 1*normal engine o)eration (ith
*eating sound
1. 1ttrition of cylinder' )iston or )iston ring
2. 1ttrition of )iston )in hole and )iston )in
3. 1ttrition of crankshaft *earing
4. 1ttrition of connecting rod needle *earing
5.5Ccessi"e eChaust "al"e clearance
?. 1ttrition of camshaft' rocker arm' rocker arm shaft
7. :il loss at engine running locations
1..e)lace )iston' )iston ring and cylinder *lock
2..e)lace the )iston and )iston )in
3..e)lace the *earing
3..e)lace the *earing
5.1d/ust the clearance to the standard
7.1dd the engine oil
3. Gith normal s)ark' *ut a*normal
engine o)eration
Gater in the fuel tank +lear u) the fuel su))ly system and rele"ant
4. Tem)orary slack of horse)o(er 1. Poor s)ark )lug
2.5ngine o"erheated
1. .e)lace
2. +ool the engine' ad/ust and a"oid dri"ing for a
long time
Use of engine oil from original factory is the essential
for lengthening engine life
0s your motorcycle healthyU 0t is closely related to the quality of the oil used.
5ngine oil from original factory
5ngine oil from original factory is a )roduct de"elo)ed according to the design
characteristics of engine. 0t )lays a "ital role in such )erformances as lu*rication'
)o(er etc. for the engine.
.ecommended engine oilD 5ngine oil from original factory
6ear oilD 6ear oil from original factory
@ealers for engine oil from original factory ha"e them a"aila*le for selling
:ils re)lacement records' oils re)lacement date' tra"eled distance recording sheet.
5Cchange date Tra"eled
5ngine oil
1 % @ Y
2 % @ Y
3 % @ Y
4 % @ Y
5 % @ Y
? % @ Y
7 % @ Y
8 % @ Y
Maintenance records
1fter com)letion of the normati"e maintenancerecord the date' odometer readings'
name of maintenance man in the )ro"ided columns. The additional information
K:(ner check and maintenanceL and K+onstant maintenanceL can *e added to the
*elo( recording sheet.
%aintenance records
@ate :dometer
>ame of maintenance
0tems maintained
B % @ Y
1 % @ Y
!chematic circuit diagram
7=)/&"#$5 7=)&*"# circuit principle diagram
Brake s(itch +lutch s(itch .ight handgri) s(itch %aster lock s(itch @iode 9tarting relay
9torage *attery
Front left turn signal lam)12;1G
9tarting motor
Fuel le"el sensor
Flameout s(itch
.ear right turn signal lam) !12;' 1G&
Taillight 3sto) lam) !12;' 2135G&
.ear left turn signal lam) !12;' 1G&
=eadlight !12;' 35G335G&
Position light !12;' 3G&
Position lam) !12;' 5G&
Front left turn signal lam) !12; 1G&
0gnition coil

5lectric horn
ignition de"ice 9)ark )lug
.ight handgri) s(itch
.ight handgri) s(itch
Aeft handgri) s(itch
%aster lock s(itch
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