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Old 01-12-2010, 11:50 PM
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Hello I am new to ATVs and just bought a Jaguar 200cc ATV. I have had it for 1 week and so far I have had no problems I just need info on how to do the maintenance on it. Like I said I am new to ATVs this is the first one I have ever owned and I want to keep it running well. Here is some info on my ATV along with a picture of the maintenace schedule thats in the manuel. Some questions I have are how often do I lube the chain , how much oil do I put in when I do chage the oil, how do I clean to air filter it says on the engine to use only type 15W-40 oil and capacity of engine oil tank 0.8L. I live in Florida and so far I havent taken it offroad just runnig it up and down the street getting the clutch and gears down sorry if these are dumb questions I just want to make sure I keep it runng good

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Engine Type: Single cylinder, Water-Cooled, 4 Stroke
Displacement(ml): 197
Start Mode: Electric
Shift Gear: 4 Gears w/ One Reverse Gear, Manual Clutch
Ignition Mode: CDI
Fuel Tank Capacity: 4L
Transmission mode: Chain
Power: 9.5kW/7,500rpm
Mas.torque: 12.1N.m/6,000rpm
Max. Speed: 50MPH
Power source: 12,9Ah
cylinder Size: 63.5x 62.2mm
Parking trig: Mechanical lock
Lubrication: Press Splash
Break Type(F/R): Disc/Disc
Tire(F/R): 19x6-10/18x6.5-8



Jaguar 200cc 4 Speed Raptor Style-Water Cooled has auto transmission with reverse!

Water Cooled with oil Cooler:
Jaguar 200cc 4 Speed Raptor Style-Water Cooled
have an Water-cooled with oil cooler engine designed to prevent overheating. There will be no worries about overheating or extra engine maintenance with this quad
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Old 01-13-2010, 12:52 AM
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You should change the shipping oil right now. I would use some sort of 10w-40 motor oil, if you like a motorcycle or ATV 10w-40 oil like Castrol will work fine.

Have you read the forms here on what do to do when you get one of these out of the box? Regarding checking all the bolts on the frame, suspension, steering nuts and insuring they are tight?

Also its good to use blue loctite on all bolts going through the fenders and the little bracket bolts if it has them that support the fenders.

The chain if it was oiled when you got should be fine if all you have done is run up and down streets. When you take it off road you should oil it before you head out for a ride. It really depends on the conditions etc.

AS for engine oil doesn't it have a dip stick on the right side? Thats how you check it.
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Old 01-14-2010, 03:25 PM
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Welcome to the forum snj35!

Sawyer gave great advice.

Nice looking quad...very nice to see something besides the Yamaha Raptor 80 plastic on Chinese quads.
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Old 01-26-2010, 05:47 PM
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Where can I get lube for the chain can I get it at Walmart or home depot
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Old 01-26-2010, 10:28 PM
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Yes walmart should have some kind of chain lube. Or just use some oil on it, it works too just not as easy.
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Old 01-27-2010, 12:32 PM
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Yep, some leftover engine oil or gear lube wiped on with a rag is option as well. Heck, in Florida heat, chainsaw bar/chain oil would be good too. That's a great looking ATV!!

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Old 02-22-2010, 11:38 AM
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OP, I am here in Miami also and I am also looking into the ATV, how has it been now that you have a few weeks with it..
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Old 02-22-2010, 02:12 PM
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Its running really well I change the spark plug and gave it a oil change the only problem I am having are the back breaks make some noise light the pads need to be ajusted I talk to Rick at MX motors who I bought the ATV from and he told me to bring it in and he will fix it. other then that it is runnig really well. I might be selling it soon so I can get a street legal dirt bike if your interested in buying it I still have all the paper work on it.
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Congrats. Welcome. Just make sure you keep up on the matience on these off brand atvs. If not you will run into alot of problems
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Old 02-22-2010, 04:10 PM
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Weldershane what other matience do you recomend I do. I did lube the chain recently I dont drive this inthe dirt at all only on the road so I am not sure when I should get a new air filter
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