Nippleboss said:Excellent instructions, I'm no mechanic but was able to follow your directions just taking it step by step. About half way through thought I'd gotten in over my head with scooter all apart and wife giving me the look like she thought I'd need to load it on a trailer and take to dealer to get it running again. only probem was getting one of those bolts of the cooling fan filter, managed to break my screwdriver even useing wrench on end of it and striped out the phillips head, ended up getting one bolt off and rotating the cover with the stripped bolt still in. Exaust were at .007 left them alone and adjusted intake to .005 (my smallest feeler gauge) changed sparkplug while everything was apart and changed oil.
Runs great and saved some money, thanks for taking the time to post those instructions because there was no way could have done it with just the shop manual
Now, look at the picture titled "Loosening filter screws", and you'll notice a very easy way to loosen those stubborn air filter bolts. You might notice that I've already broken my stock screwdriver handle into half-a-dozen pieces by using a 17mm socket. Don't do this. It doesn't work, I assure you.