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The following models are encompassed by this manual: Jog 50, CE50, CG50 / Yamaha Motor Corp., Ltd
1986 Yamaha Jog 50 (CE50)
1987 Yamaha Jog 50 (CE50)
1988 Yamaha Jog 50 (CG50)
1989 Yamaha Jog 50 (CG50)
1990 Yamaha Jog 50 (CG50)
1991 Yamaha Jog 50 (CG50)
Production year(s): 1986, 1987, 1988, 1989, 1990, 1991
Engine: 49 cc (3.0 cu in) air-cooled 2-stroke Minarelli single-cylinder, CDI
Manual Language: English
Printable: Yes (with all printers)
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Engine Specs/Technical Specifications:
• The Yamaha Jog 50, CE50, CG50 all come with a two-stroke, single-cylinder, air-cooled engine.
• These scooters are equipped with a 49cc engine displacement.
• They feature a carburetor fuel system, allowing for efficient fuel and air mixture.
• The transmission is a continuously variable transmission (CVT).
• The models use a kick start method, true to their classic origin.
• All models have a peak horsepower of about 4.9 HP at 7500 RPM.
• Their maximum torque is about 4.4 Nm at 6500 RPM.
• The scooters have a two-stroke oil injection system.
• The fuel capacity is around 5 liters, allowing for decent ride range.
• The dry weight of these scooters is approximately 70 kg.
• They have a top speed of about 45 km/h.
• The compression ratio of the engine is 7.0:1.
• These models use a 12V battery for powering electrical systems.
• All models have drum brakes for both front and rear.
• The scooters come with a steel body frame for strength and durability.
• They feature a telescopic fork type front suspension.
• The rear suspension is a swingarm type.
• The models have 3.5x10 inch front and rear tires.
• All scooters come with a standard exhaust system.
• The maximum load these scooters can carry is 150 kg.
• The models come with a standard speedometer and fuel gauge.
• All models have a standard headlight and taillight.
• The ignition system is CDI (Capacitor Discharge Ignition).
• The fuel consumption is about 40-45 km/l.
• The scooters use a coil spring oil damped suspension system.
Facts and Details:
- The Yamaha Jog was initially designed for the Japanese market before becoming popular worldwide.
- Yamaha Jog scooters are known for their exceptional maneuverability.
- The "Jog" name comes from the intention of creating a scooter for daily commuting or "jogging".
- The CE50 and CG50 models were known for their stylish body designs, appealing to younger riders.
- The Yamaha Jog 50, CE50, CG50 all are part of the 'classic' category of scooters, making them sought after by collectors.
- The compact design of these models allows for easy storage and transportation.
- In spite of their small size, they are robust and can handle challenging road conditions.
- The scooters have a reputation for easy maintenance and repairs.
- They are known for their impressive fuel efficiency, making them an excellent choice for urban commuting.
- Many riders appreciate the smooth and comfortable ride the Jog models provide.
Maintenance Intervals and Tips:
Regular maintenance intervals are crucial for ensuring the longevity and performance of these scooters. Oil changes should be done every 1,000 km, spark plug changes every 2,000 km, and air filter cleaning every 5,000 km. Brake checks should also be done every 2,000 km.
General maintenance tips include regularly checking and adjusting tire pressure, cleaning the carburetor, checking the brake fluid level, and lubricating the throttle and brake cables.
Common Issues and Solutions:
Starting issues: This could be due to a weak battery or a faulty spark plug. The solution is to replace the battery or spark plug as needed.
Engine stalling: This could be due to a dirty carburetor. Cleaning or replacing the carburetor will solve this issue.
Poor fuel efficiency: This could be due to a clogged air filter. Replacing the air filter will improve fuel efficiency.
Tuning Tips or Modifications:
- Exhaust system upgrade: This can enhance the performance and sound of the scooter.
- Carburetor tuning: This can improve the scooter's power and acceleration.
- Suspension upgrades: This can provide a smoother ride.
- Brake upgrades: Upgrading to disc brakes can provide better stopping power.
- Tire upgrades: Better quality tires can improve handling and ride comfort.
Available Accessories and Aftermarket Options:
Performance Air Filters
Disc Brake Conversion Kits
Owner Reviews and Opinions:
Owners often praise the Yamaha Jog 50, CE50, CG50 for their simplicity and ease of maintenance. They also appreciate their fuel efficiency and compact design. However, some owners have mentioned a lack of power and speed as drawbacks.
Most Frequent Repairs:
- Spark plug replacement
- Carburetor cleaning/replacement
- Battery replacement
- Brake adjustment/replacement
- Tire replacement
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