TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 User And Maintenance Manual

User And Maintenance Manual for TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 Engine, Motorcycle (76 pages)

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  • Manufacturer: TM RACING
  • Category of Device: Engine, Motorcycle
  • Document: 2010 STROKE 250, File Type: PDF User And Maintenance Manual
  • Updated: 28-10-2023
  • Count of Pages: 76
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  • 1, ENGLISH USER AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL TM RACING USES and ADVICES TM 2 STROKE 2010 250/300 cc. 97047.10 TM-04 (ed. 03/10) Published and printed by - Fabriano (AN) - www.seriart.comSERIART SERIART …

  • 3, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 3 ENGINE NUMBER KEY NUMBER STAMP OF THE AUTHORISED DEALER TM reserves the right to carry out changes without forewarning. The specications can change from country to country. All indications are valid subject to spelling and printing errors. FRAME NUMBER Please make note of your …

  • 4, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 4 Dear TM customer, We would like to congratulate you for having chosen a TM motorcycle. Your TM is a competitive and modern motorcycle that will surely give you a lot of satisfaction if you treat it according to the provisions contained in this manual. Before starting up your TM motorcyc…

  • 5, ENGLISH ENGLISH 5 IMPORTANT ADVICE REGARDING THE LEGAL WARRANTY AND THE COMMERCIAL WARRANTY TM sport motorcycles are designed and constructed in a manner to support the stress that may be veried in normal road and competition use. Competition motorcycles are in compliance with the regulations of …

  • 6, ENGLISH ENGLISH 6 INDEX INDEX Page POSITION OF SERIAL NUMBER ................................................... 7 Frame number ........................................................................…

  • 8, ENGLISH ENGLISH 8 POSITION OF SERIAL NUMBER FRAME NUMBER The frame number is embossed on the right side of the steering metal tube. Make note of this number in the appropriate space on page 3. In the END, SMR, SMM models, the serial number is also stated on a plate positioned on the left hand side. See phot…

  • 10, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 10 OPERATING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS CLUTCH LEVER AJP PUMP The clutch lever (1) is mounted on the left of the handlebar. The position of the clutch lever, with respect to the handlebar grip, can be varied using the adjustment screws (A) (see maintenace operation). The adjusting screws (…

  • 11, ENGLISH ENGLISH 11 OPERATING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS ELECTRONIC DIGITAL TACHOMETER See picture (1). It is used on the END/SMR/SMM models. It has a wide backlit display and four pilot lights. In the top there are the left indicator pilot light (2) , the low beam pilot light (3), the high beam pilot li…

  • 12, ENGLISH ENGLISH 12 COMBINATION SWITCH WITH BACKLIT DIGITAL ELECTRONIC SPEEDOMETER (END/SMR/SMM) This command (1) is located near the handlebar left grip. The use of the switch is very easy. When the symbol (3) on the rotating ring is aligned with the symbol (4) on the switch body, lights are switched …

  • 13, ENGLISH ENGLISH 13 FUEL FILLER CAP The fuel ll cap is found on top of the tank. Open: turn the cap in an anti-clockwise direction Close: place the cap on the inlet well and tighten it in a clockwise di- rection. Position the tank’s open vent pipe (1) preventing bends or crushing and making sure that it is i…

  • 14, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 14 GEAR SHIFT PEDAL The gear shift pedal is positioned on the engine left side. The position of the gears is indicated in the illustration. The neutral is between the rst and second gears. KICKSTART PEDAL The kickstart pedal is positioned on the right side of the engine. The uppe…

  • 15, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 15 SIDE STAND FIXING FOR OFFROAD ROUTES If you drive the motorcycle off-road, the closed side stand can be addi- tionally xed using a rubber band (2). IGNITION SWITCH In the SMR and SMM models an ignition key is added on the left side of the dashboard. By turning the key clockwise, the elect…

  • 16, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 16 OPERATING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS 6 7 5 4 8 FORK ADJUSTMENT IN REBOUND The hydraulic dampening in extension determines the behaviour of the fork in the rebound stroke. The degree of dampening in rebound can be adjusted on the basis of pilot preferences and/or hardness of the sp…

  • 17, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 17 OPERATING CONTROLS OPERATING CONTROLS 2 1 Low speeds- The adjustment screw (1) is on the top of the damper gas tank. Use a screwdriver. By turning the screw clockwise, dampening increases, anticlockwise dampening decreases. A total of 25 clicks are available. High speeds- Th…

  • 18, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 18 STEERING LOCK This lock is situated on the left side of the frame steering tube. This lock stops rotation of the handlebar, preventing the motorcycle being driven. To lock the steering, turn the handlebar completely to the right, insert the key, turn it to the left, pres…

  • 19, ENGLISH ENGLISH 19 ADVICE AND GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMMISSIONING THE MOTORCYCLE ADVICE AND GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMMISSIONING THE MOTORCYCLE …

  • 20, ENGLISH ENGLISH 20 INDICATIONS FOR FIRST START-UP - Ensure that the “PRE-DELIVERY OPERATIONS” of your mo- torcycle have been carried out by your TM dealer. - Carefully read all user instructions before making the rst journey. - Become familiar with all operating controls. - Adjust the clu…

  • 22, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 22 CHECK BEFORE EVERY START-UP To use the motorcycle safely, it must be in a good shape. It is a good idea to carry out a general check-up of the motorcycle before every start-up. This check must include the following operations: 1 LEVEL OF ENGINE OIL To ensure adequate lubrica…

  • 23, ENGLISH ENGLISH 23 COLD ENGINE START 1 Open the fuel tap (1). 2 Remove the motorcycle from the stand. 3 Put the gears in neutral. 4 Activate the choke command (2), which is located on the left side of the carburetor. 5 WITHOUT opening the throttle, press hardly the kickstarter DOWN TO THE BO…

  • 24, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 24 IF THE ENGINE IS “FLOODED” In the event of a fall, a certain amount of fuel can ow out the carburetor and enter the cylinder, “ooding” the engine. To start the engine, pull out the plug cap assy , unscrew the spark plug and extract it, then press the kick start pedal several times…

  • 25, ENGLISH ENGLISH 25 INDICATION: All TM models do not have a radiator cooling fan and the radiator di- mensions have been studied to optimise compactness and weight. The cooling system is sufcient for touristic or sports use. If you want to use an additional cooling fan contact a TM authorise…

  • 26, ENGLISH ENGLISH 26 BRAKING Close the throttle and brake at the same time progressively with the front and rear brakes. Insert a lower gear depending on speed. On dusty, wet or slippery surfaces, operate the brakes and change down the gears gently without locking the wheels. Locking the…

  • 27, ENGLISH ENGLISH 27 INDICATIONS REGARDING THE SIDE STAND: Push the stand forward until it stops and lean the motorcycle on it. Ensure that the ground is solid and the parking position is stable. For greater safety insert the 1st gear. WARNING THE SIDE STAND IS DESIGNED ONLY FOR THE WEIGHT …

  • 30, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 30 MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION TABLE MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION TABLE The distance between maintenance intervals should not be exceeded by more than 2hours or 15 litres. THE MAINTENANCE CARRIED OUT BY THE AUTHORISED TM DEALER DOES NOT REPLACE THE CHECKS AND MAINTE- NANCE CARRIED OUT BY THE …

  • 31, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 31 MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION TABLE MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION TABLE The distance between maintenance intervals should not be exceeded by more than 2hours or 15 litres. THE MAINTENANCE CARRIED OUT BY THE AUTHORISED TM DEALER DOES NOT REPLACE THE CHECKS AND MAINTE- NANCE CARRIED OUT…

  • 32, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 32 Check engine oil level Check brake uid level Check brake pad wear Check light system (if present) Check horn (if present) Lubrication and adjustment of command cables Bleed fork legs Disassembly and cleaning of the dust shields Cleaning, lubrication and tension check of nal transmi…

  • 33, ENGLISH ENGLISH 33 MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION TABLE MAINTENANCE AND LUBRICATION TABLE CHECKS TO BE CARRIED OUT ON ENGINE 250/300 END/SMR/SMM ROAD/HOBBY USE CHECKS TO BE CARRIED OUT ON ENGINE 250/300 END/SMR/SMM ROAD/HOBBY USE CHECKS TO BE CARRIED OUT ON ENGINE 250/300 END/MX/SMX COMPETITION USE CHECKS TO B…

  • 36, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 36 DANGER ALL MAINTENANCE AND ADJUSTMENT OPERATIONS THAT ARE MARKED WITH (A) REQUIRE TECHNICAL MASTERY. FOR THIS REASON IT IS IN THE INTEREST OF YOUR SAFETY TO HAVE THESE OPERATIONS CARRIED OUT EXCLUSIVELEY BY A SPECIALISED TM WORKSHOP WHERE YOUR MOTORCYCLE WILL BE MAINTAINED IN …

  • 37, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 37 TELESCOPIC FORK VENT SCREWS Every 5 hours of use in competitions loosen the vent screws (1) by a few turns, so allowing the release of any air-pressure from inside the fork. Instead of a screw, Marzocchi fork features a tyre valve (3), which is protected by a rubber bulb (4). R…

  • 38, ENGLISH ENGLISH 38 BASIC CALIBRATION OF THE CYCLE PART ON THE BASIS OF THE PILOT’S WEIGHT To obtain optimal driving features of the motorcycle and to prevent dama- ge to the fork, rear shock, rear swing arm and frame, it is necessary that the basic calibration of the suspension is adapted t…

  • 39, ENGLISH ENGLISH 39 ESTABLISHING REAR SHOCK LOWERING IN RUNNING ORDER - Now, with the help of a person who holds the motorcycle, sit on the motorcycle wearing all protective clothing (with feet on the footrests) and rock up and down a few times to normalise the set-up of the rear suspension. - A third …

  • 40, ENGLISH ENGLISH 40 REPLACEMENT OF FORK SPRINGS If your body weight is less than 70 kg or exceeds 80 kg, adequate fork springs must be used. If you are in doubt or have any questions, please contact your authorised TM dealer. According to our experience, the dampening grade in compression c…

  • 41, ENGLISH ENGLISH 41 3 2 1 4 5 6 CHECK CHAIN TENSION Put the motorcycle onto the central stand to control chain tension. Push the chain upwards to the end of the drive chain slider. The upper part of the chain (A) must be taught (see photo). The distance between the chain and rear fork must be abou…

  • 42, ENGLISH ENGLISH 42 8 7 ADJUSTMENT OF CHAIN TENSION (SMM) Loosen both the locking screws(7) of the rear eccentric hub in a way that the hub itself can turn around its axis. Using the relevant TM tool, code F50806 (8), turn the hub until correct chain tension is reached. Tighten the two locking screws…

  • 43, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 43 CHAIN WEAR To check chain wear follow carefully the instructions given below : put the gear into neutral, pull the upper part of the chain in an upward direction with a force of 10 - 15 kilogrammes (see gure). Now, measure the distance of 18 links on the lower part of the …

  • 44, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 44 BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIRS: The front and rear brake liquid reservoirs are dimensioned in a way that topping-up is not necessary even if the brake pads are worn. In fact, when the pads are worn, the uid in the hoses tends to occupy the space left by the small pistons, which h…

  • 45, ENGLISH ENGLISH 45 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE min1mm 4 2 3 4 1 WARNING - DO NOT ALLOW BRAKE FLUID TO COME INTO CONTACT WITH PAINTED PARTS, THE BRAKE FLUID CORRODES PAINT. - USE ONLY CLEAN BRAKE FLUID OUT OF A HERMETICALLY SEALED CONTAINER. FRONT BRAKE …

  • 46, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 46 REPLACEMENT OF FRONT BRAKE PADS (A) FOR ALL MODELS WITH FLOATING CALIPER (END/MX) Push the brake caliper towards the disc, in a way that the brake pistons reach their base position. Remove the safety devices (1), extract the pin (2) and remove the pads from the caliper. Use c…

  • 47, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 47 MODIFICATION OF REAR BRAKE PEDAL BASE POSITION (A) The base position of the rear brake pedal can be modied in the following way: loosen counter-nut M6 (1) fork side, turn the adjustment screws by acting on the hexagonal head (2). Once the ideal position has been foun…

  • 48, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 48 CHECK REAR BRAKE PADS The brake pads must be controlled from the rear side. The thickness of the pad friction material must not be less than 1 mm. AT THE THINNEST POINT, THE THICKNESS OF THE BRAKE PAD FRICTION MATERIAL MUST NOT BE LESS THAN 1 MM, OTHERWISE A FAULT COULD OCCUR IN…

  • 49, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 49 WARNING - NEVER ACTIVATE THE BRAKE LEVER WHEN THE FRONT WHEEL IS DISASSEMBLED - ALWAYS POSITION THE WHEEL WITH THE BRAKE DISC UPWARDS TO PREVENT DAMAGE. To re-assemble the front wheel, insert it carefully into the fork, taking care to insert the disc correctly…

  • 50, ENGLISH ENGLISH 50 DISASSEMBLY AND ASSEMBLY OF REAR WHEEL (SMM) Rest the motorcycle with the frame cradle on a stand, in a way that the rear wheel does not touch the ground. Cut the safety binding (6), slide out the clasp (7) and unscrew the wheel nut M50x1.5(8). Pay attention to the conical …

  • 51, ENGLISH ENGLISH 51 TYRES, TYRE PRESSURE The type, the state and the pressure of the tyres condition the motor- cycle’s behaviour on the road and they must be checked before every journey. - The dimension of the tyres is indicated in the technical data and in the registration paper. - The state of the tyres …

  • 52, ENGLISH ENGLISH 52 BATTERY (SMR E SMM) The saddle must be removed to access the battery. The battery does not require maintenance. It is not necessary to check the level of the electrolyte or top-up with water. The battery poles must be cleaned and, if necessary, slightly greased using grease that do…

  • 53, ENGLISH ENGLISH 53 7 8 9 STANDARD HEADLIGHTD (END/SMR/SMM) REPLACEMENT OF HEADLIGHT/POSITION LIGHT BULB Release both elastic stripes and move the light-holder mask forward. HEADLIGHT TWO-LIGHT BULB Disconnect the blue, black and white cables and remove the rubber protection (7). Release the reta…

  • 54, ENGLISH ENGLISH 54 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE “CICLOPS” OPTIONAL HEADLIGHT (END/SMR/SMM) REPLACEMENT OF HEADLIGHT/POSITION LIGHT BULB Release both of the elastic stripes and move the light-holder mask forward. HEADLIGHT BULB Disconnect the terminal, remove t…

  • 55, ENGLISH ENGLISH 55 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE LED REAR LIGHT REPLACEMENT LED POSITION / STOP / NUMBER PLATE (END/SMR/SMM) Unscrew the screws (5) and remove the rear light body after disconnec- ting the wires from the bike harness. Since the led light is a sing…

  • 56, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 56 This mixture offers protection against freezing as well as a good protection against corrosion and therefore should not be replaced by pure water. WARNING - AFTER THE COOLANT LIQUID HAS BEEN EMPTIED, WHEN RE-FILLING IT IS NECEESARY TO BLEED THE COOLING SYSTEM (SEE NEXT PAGE). - ALWAY…

  • 57, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 57 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE WHEN THE ENGINE IS RUNNING THE EXHAUST SYSTEM BECOMES VERY HOT. ONLY START TO WORK ON THE EXHAUST SYSTEM WHEN IT HAS COOLED DOWN, TO PREVENT BURNS. To ease mounting of the silencer, grease the ends of the pipes. Also x…

  • 58, ENGLISH ENGLISH 58 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE CHECK HYDRAULIC CLUTCH FLUID LEVEL The reservoir is part of the clutch pump positioned on the handlebar and has an inspection window: with the reservoir in a horizontal position, the level of the uid must never fall below the centre…

  • 59, ENGLISH ENGLISH 59 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE 8 7 6 THROTTLE CABLE COMMAND ADJUSTMENT The throttle command should always have a free play of 3-5 mm. Mo- reover, when the engine is idling, the revs must not vary when steering as far as possible to the left and to …

  • 60, ENGLISH ENGLISH 60 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE 2 1 BASIC INDICATIONS REGARDING CARBURETOR WEAR The throttle valve, jet needle and the oat needle valve are subject to great wear caused by engine vibration. As a consequence the carbure- tor may malfunction (e.g. enri…

  • 61, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 61 1 CHECK FUEL LEVEL (FLOAT HEIGHT) (A) Disassemble the carburetor and remove the oat bowl. Turn the carbure- tor upside-down and keep it inclined so that the oat rests on the needle valve but does not compress the spring with its weight. In this position, use a gauge to measur…

  • 62, ENGLISH ENGLISH 62 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE 1 CHECK ENGINE oIl lEvEl You should check the level of the engine oil with the engine at standstill but while it is still warm. Park the vehicle on level ground and keep it vertical (not on its side stand). Remove the cap on the top…

  • 63, ENGLISH ENGLISH 63 FRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCEFRAME AND ENGINE MAINTENANCE 2 CHANGE ENGINE OIL (A) WARNING WHEN CHANGING THE OIL, CLEAN THE MAGNET OF THE OIL DRAIN BOLT The oil must be changed with the engine at working temperature. THE ENGINE AT WORKING TEMPERATURE AND THE OIL INSIDE ARE V…

  • 64, ENGLISH ENGLISH 64 TROUBLESHOOTING If you have the envisioned maintenance operations carried out on your motorcycle, you will have very few problems. If, however, a problem does occur, please look for it in the following table and try to solve it. Please note that a lot of the operations cannot be c…

  • 65, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 65 TROUBLESHOOTING TROUBLESHOOTING EXCESSIVE OIL CONSUMPTION CAUSE SOLUTIONPROBLEM THE ENGINE WILL NOT RUN AT IDLE SPEED Clogged idle speed jet Altered idle speed adjustment screws Damaged spark plug Faulty Ignition system Disassemble the carburetor and clean the jet Adjust the idle speed screw…

  • 66, ENGLISH ENGLISH 66 STORAGE CLEANING Clean the motorcycle regularly in a way to maintain the surface of the plastic parts in good condition. To do this, it is advised to use hot water with a detergent and sponge. Most of the dirt can be removed using weak water jets. WARNING NEVER CLEAN THE MOTOR…

  • 67, ENGLISH ENGLISH 67 TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE 250/300 MX 2010 TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE 250/300 MX 2010 ENGINE Type Displacement Cylinder bore and stroke Compression Fuel Squish height Piston heigth from cylinder upper that to the TDC Crank shast supports Conne…

  • 68, ENGLISH ENGLISH 68 TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE TECHNICAL DATA - ENGINE ENGINE Type Displacement Cylinder bore and stroke Compression Fuel Squish height Piston heigth from cylinder upper that to the TDC Crank shast supports Connecting-rod big end Connecting-rod small end Piston Rings Lubrication Engine oil Oil capaci…

  • 69, TM RACING 2010 STROKE 250 ENGLISH ENGLISH 69 CARBURETOR SETTINGS CARBURETOR SETTINGS KEIHIN Type Main Jet Slow Jet Jet needle Clip position Throttle valve Slow air screw Float height PWK 38 180 42 NJWE 3 rd from top 7 1.5-2 turns 16 mm PWK 38 175-180 38-40 N1EC 3 rd from top 7 1.5-2 turns 16 mm A/10 250/300 MX/END B/10 …

  • 70, ENGLISH ENGLISH 70 ENGINE TIGHTENING TORqUES ENGINE TIGHTENING TORqUES ENGINE OIL Only use premium quality fully synthetic oils SAE 80W that correspond to or exceed the quality standards of the API - SG or SH classes (indi- cation on container). WA…

  • 71, ENGLISH ENGLISH 71 250/300 SMR/SMM 250/300 END 250/300 MX TIGHTENING TORqUES 250/300 MX/END 250/300 SMR/SMM Front wheel axle anged nut Front brake caliper fastening screws Rear brake caliper fastening screws (SMM) Front brake disc fastening screws Rear brake di…

  • 72, ENGLISH ENGLISH 72 ALPHABETIC INDEX ALPHABETIC INDEX Page Adjustment of chain tension (all models except SMM) ..................... 41 Adjustment of chain tension (SMM) ............................................ 42 ADVICE AND GENERAL RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COMMISSIONING THE MOTORCYCLE ............…

  • 76, ENGLISH USER AND MAINTENANCE MANUAL TM RACING USES and ADVICES TM 2 STROKE 2010 250/300 cc. 97047.10 TM-04 (ed. 03/10) Published and printed by - Fabriano (AN) - www.seriart.comSERIART SERIART …

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