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The following models are included in this manual: Zuma 50, YW50 / Yamaha Motor Corp., Ltd
2001 Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50
2002 Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50
2003 Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50
2004 Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50
2005 Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50
2006 Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50
2007 Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50
Engine: 49 cc, air-cooled, 2-stroke, electronic ignition, 40.0 mm x 39.2 mm, 7.0:1,
Production year(s): 2001 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007
Manual Language: English
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Engine specifications/technical data:
• The Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50 scooter is equipped with an air-cooled, 2-stroke engine.
• The engine displacement is 49cc, providing efficient power for urban commuting.
• It utilizes a forced air induction system for cooling.
• The scooter features an electric starter for easy ignition.
• The transmission is an automatic, continuously variable transmission (CVT) for smooth acceleration.
• The scooter has a bore and stroke measurement of 40mm x 39.2mm.
• It has a compression ratio of 7.2:1.
• The fuel system is a Mikuni VM12 carburetor for efficient fuel delivery.
• The scooter is equipped with an automatic oil injection system for proper lubrication.
• The ignition system is CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition) for reliable spark generation.
• The scooter has a fuel tank capacity of approximately 1.5 gallons.
• The front suspension consists of telescopic forks with 2.2 inches of travel.
• The rear suspension features a swingarm with a single shock providing 2.2 inches of travel.
• The scooter has front and rear drum brakes for effective stopping power.
• It rides on 10-inch wheels with tubeless tires.
• The overall length of the scooter is approximately 69.3 inches, and the width is about 26.8 inches.
• The seat height is approximately 29.7 inches, providing a comfortable riding position.
• The scooter weighs around 181 pounds, making it lightweight and maneuverable.
• The Zuma 50, YW50 has a maximum speed of approximately 35-40 mph, depending on conditions.
• The scooter is designed for urban commuting, offering excellent fuel efficiency and nimble handling.
Facts and details:
- The Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50 scooter was produced from 2001 to 2007, gaining popularity for its compact size and urban versatility.
- Regular maintenance intervals include oil changes every 1,000 miles or annually, whichever comes first.
- Air filter cleaning or replacement should be performed every 2,000 miles or annually.
- Spark plug replacement is recommended every 3,000-5,000 miles or annually.
- Regularly check and adjust tire pressure for optimal handling and tire life.
- The scooter is known for its reliable performance and low maintenance requirements.
- Common issues with the Zuma 50, YW50 may include starting problems, such as a weak battery or faulty ignition switch.
- Fuel system issues, such as clogged carburetor jets or fuel line blockages, can affect engine performance and should be addressed promptly.
- Electrical problems, such as faulty wiring connections or blown fuses, may cause intermittent or complete loss of power and should be inspected and repaired.
- Belt and roller replacements may be necessary if the transmission belt becomes worn or the rollers lose their effectiveness.
- The scooter's CVT drive belt should be inspected for wear and replaced if necessary to maintain proper power transfer.
- Solutions for these issues can often be found in the detailed troubleshooting section of the Yamaha manual.
Popular tuning tips or modifications:
► Upgrade the air filter to a high-performance one or install a performance air intake system for improved airflow and engine efficiency.
► Consider installing a performance exhaust system for enhanced power and a sportier sound.
► Install lighter roller weights or a variator kit to improve acceleration and top speed.
► Upgrade the ignition system with a high-performance CDI unit for better spark timing.
► Increase the main jet size in the carburetor for improved fuel delivery and performance.
► Install a clutch spring kit for better engagement and throttle response.
► Consider adding a windscreen for improved aerodynamics and wind protection during riding.
Available accessories, attachments, and aftermarket options:
* Top cases and trunk boxes for additional storage capacity.
* Windshields and wind deflectors for improved rider comfort and wind protection.
* Performance variators, clutches, and belts for enhanced acceleration and top speed.
* LED lighting kits for improved visibility and aesthetics.
* Rear racks and cargo carriers for increased carrying capacity.
* High-performance exhaust systems for improved power and sound.
* Upgraded suspension components for enhanced ride quality and handling.
* Security locks and anti-theft devices for added protection.
* Custom seat covers and upholstery options for personalized style.
* Phone mounts and USB chargers for convenient device integration.
* Performance carburetor kits for improved fuel delivery and throttle response.
Owner reviews and opinions about the Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50 scooter:
Strengths: Owners appreciate the Zuma 50, YW50 for its agility, fuel efficiency, and easy maneuverability in urban environments.
☺ The scooter is known for its reliable starting and smooth acceleration.
☺ The compact size makes it easy to park and navigate through traffic.
Weaknesses: Some owners find the suspension to be a bit stiff on rough roads.
☻ The small wheels may make the ride slightly harsh on uneven surfaces.
Overall, owners find the Yamaha Zuma 50, YW50 to be a fun and practical scooter for daily commuting.
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