Results 1 to 4 of 4
Thread: basic wiring/start button
07-04-2009, 10:44 PM #1
basic wiring/start button
I've got a mini chopper that I acquired (legally) without any paper work in reference to a wiring diagram or what type of oil to put in it. I need a basic wiring diagram that includes the start button. I can figure the rest out but any further help is greatly appreciated. Also, this is an automatic transmission, what oil do I put in this bike? It is, I believe, a 110cc, if not it's a 49cc, either way with the auto trans what do I replace the oil with, 4 stroke oil or auto trans oil or what? I don't mean to sound ignorant I just don't want to make any unnecessary mistakes. Thanks for any help!
07-04-2009, 11:41 PM #2
hey mate, welcome to the forum
if you right click the search button and open it in a new window and put in electrical diagram you will get a heap of results with written diagrams and also pictures. It has been covered numerous times before, from 50cc-250, its all basically the same.
As for the oil. 99.9% of members will recommend Motul. viscosity may vary, but again, a quick search will reveal all..
Check out the introduce yourself thread, and keep us posted on how you go.
Enjoy your time at miniriders.com.au
Sp33d.Hooray for boobies
07-04-2009, 11:43 PM #3
woah nice 2000 posts!
08-04-2009, 03:16 PM #4
yep. standard moto bike oil...be it valvoline, motul, or castrol... some say plain engine oil... but not auto trans fluid. EVER. you realise that stuffs made from sheep? truly...lanolin.... youll find auto tranny mechanics have the best skin.... and and and its good to use on the old 'sun-faded" plastic parts... brings it right back
for the starter wiring? use the search... if it doesnt drop down, "open link in new window/tab' oh... fools said that all ready
By Terra-moto-Ash in forum ElectricalReplies: 9Last Post: 01-11-2010, 12:33 AM
By unit_mx in forum ElectricalReplies: 11Last Post: 14-04-2009, 11:02 AM
By Adnan in forum ElectricalReplies: 1Last Post: 16-02-2008, 11:48 AM
By slide_em in forum Tech TalkReplies: 12Last Post: 01-11-2007, 12:20 PM