750RK (Seca)

Charging System

D. CHARGING SYSTEM

 

B. A.C. Generator

1. Checking method.

a.  Connect D.C. voltmeter to the battery terminals.

b.  Start engine.

Engine Removal

ENGINE REMOVAL

NOTE:

It is not necessary to remove the engine in order to remove the cylinder head, cylinder, or pistons.

A . Preparation for Removal 

1 All dirt, mud, dust and foreign material should be thoroughly removed from the exterior of the engine before removal and disassembly. This will help prevent any harmful foreign material from getting into the engine oil.

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Lighting System

LIGHTING SYSTEM

 

 

Above circuit diagram shows only lighting circuit in wiring diagram.

B. Lighting Tests and Checks

Cable Routing

CABLE ROUTING

Upper Crankcase Reassembly

ENGINE ASSEMBLY AND ADJUSTMENT

A. Important Information

1.    Gasket and seal

All gaskets and seals should be replaced when an engine is overhauled. All gasket surfaces and oil seal lips must be cleaned.

2.    Properly oil all mating engine and transmission parts and bearings during reassembly.

3.    Circlip

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Shaft and Rear Drive

SHAFT DRIVE

 

Refer to "CHAPTER 3". for the middle gear.

The following special tools are not available but can be constructed for the final gear

disassembly and assembly:

Oil Pump and Clutch -- Inspection and Repair

J. Oil Pump

1. Check the clearance between housing and outer rotor.

Standard clearance:

0.09 ~ 0.15 mm

(0.0035 ~ 0.0059 in)

MAINTENANCE INTERVALS CHARTS

 

Proper periodic maintenance is important. Especially important are the maintenance services
related to emissions control. These controls not only function to ensure cleaner air but
are also vital to proper engine operation and maximum performance. In the following tables
of periodic maintenance, the services related to emissions control are grouped separately.

 

PERIODIC MAINTENANCE EMISSION CONTROL SYSTEM

 

Wiring Diagram

WIRING DIAGRAM

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Cylinder and Piston -- Inspection and Repair

F. Cylinder

1.    Inspect the cylinder walls for scratches. If vertical scratches are evident, the cylinder wall should be rebored or the cylinder should be replaced.

2.   Measure cylinder wall wear as shown. If wear is excessive, compression pressure will decrease. Rebore the cylinder wall and replace the piston and piston rings. Cylinder wear should be measured at three depths with a cylinder bore gauge. (See illustration.)

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