information provided below is to help you
get started with your new bike. It is not a
training manual and does not guarantee any
bike malfunctions. Make sure you keep up
with normal maintenance for your pit bike
just like you would a Honda, Yamaha or any
other brand. As always, SSR Pit Bikes USA
provides free technical support to all of
our customers. Please call us if you have
Below are a few
tips to get you started.
1. When you
first get your vehicle make sure you go over
every bolt on the bike to make sure that it
is tight. We also recommend that you use
locktite on all of the bolts. Make sure you
check your bolts again after each of your
first 3 rides minimum.
2. Make sure
you change your oil, before starting your
bike. We also recommend proper break in of
the motor on your pit bike. You can see our
break in section on the previous page.
3. When you
first get your vehicle out of the crate it
is important that you tighten the spokes (if
applicable). You will also need to re-check
the spokes after every 2-3 rides. To tighten
the spokes, from the valve stem, tighten
every third spoke, with just a few turns
each until you work your way all the way
around the wheel. Repeat this process until
all the spokes are completely tight.
4. After your
initial ride your chain is going to stretch.
It is important to keep your chain tightened
to the appropriate tension to avoid chain
malfunction while riding. You will also want
to check your chain every time before you go
5. Your rear
shock is adjustable by tightening and
loosening your rear spring (not applicable
on some models). You can do this by turning
the two large main nuts on the top of the
shock spring. There is also a set screw you
can loosen to turn these two nuts.
6. Only fill
your gas tank with premium gas (91+
octane)!!! All our vehicles require premium,
unleaded gas. DO NOT use MIXED GAS!! We do
not recommend using high octane, 100 +, race
SSR Pit Bikes USA is not liable for injuries that
may occur while riding. The information
provided above is to help users get started
with their new pit bike. You should always
receive proper training before riding any
motor vehicle and take the proper safety
precautions before and while riding.