Am looking 4 a repair manual 4 a honda quad 150st-a/200st-a or if some one can tell me how to adjust drive chain have just bought this bike secondhand and need as much info about it as possible when giving herbs the chain slackens and comes off the main bolt that holds back drive seems to move when you throttle not sure if needs something to stop this
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some bikes have an adjustment nut - connected to a plate that applies tension to the cam chain - if not - it may need to be replaced ( I believe some are self adjusting - but not sure ) - best to buy a shop manual, ( OEM or Clymer Manual ) or download one on line - its cheap insurance - it will tell you how much tension to apply -
I have never heard of the XYST brand. I checked the internet and came up empty as well. I suggest you walk away from this machine for one simple reason. Where are you going to find repair parts and where can you find a dealer to do the repairs? Any ATV or motorcycle that is void of accessible parts and repair facilities is one I would avoid like the plague.
yes, there should be an timing chain adjuster sticking out the side.
they are self adjusting, so if you think it needs further adjustment, it probably means that your timing chain is stretched and its time for a new chain.
There should be a repair manual available at your Honda Dealer. If they don't have it they should be able to order it for you. As an alternative, try the Honda website. Another option is your local public library. In the self help section. Just ask where the auto repair books are. Oil change? When you buy a used bike, CHANGE IT !!! Chances are, it has not been maintained or ridden recently. Keep an eye on it with the oil dipstick. When its no longer clear and golden, change it. I cannot tell you how often to change it because that depends on your engine, how you ride, and how often you ride, as well as the oil you use. If it looks dirty, change it. I also suggest you replace oil, fuel and air filters for the reason stated above.
Remove axel nut loosen chain tesioners get a friend to hold the break up if it is on the axel so it doesnt fall on your paint. >< pull out axel lift chain or belt off the rear drive and have friend get you a beer. Thats how I do it.