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or warranty for any damage or injury caused directly or
indirectly from the information provided on this page.
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your scooter. If the information presented in any of
the manuals listed here contradicts the owner manual you
received with your scooter, then you should trust the
manufacturer and abide by their specs or contact their
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Technical Documentation (see also -
Gas Scooter Maintenance)
The EVO belts and pull starters are not included in your
warranty, so please read carefully on how to maintain your
When you purchase a new EVO scooter Adjust all belts
after 10 to 15 min of riding
You might have to adjust your belts a couple of times.
Look at the owners manual on belt adjustment that came with
Most adults have excellent records of never breaking a belt.
Here is the reason why many kids break their belts,--- If
you hop a curve, you must let go of the throttle. DO NOT
have the throttle on wide open (full open)
and hop a curve. If you do when the rear wheel comes off the
ground, the rear wheel spins faster. When the scooter lands
and the rear wheel hits the ground, you stop the tire from
spinning, it will snap the belt. If you do hop a
curve, let go of the throttle. When you land give it a
little throttle. As you pick up speed then give it full
The 3 belts are called cogged belts. They must be tight. If
you run a loose belt, you will strip the teeth off the