Darle mantenimiento regular a la moto ayuda a que funcione perfectamente y asegura que la disfrutes sin problemas y de una forma segura.
Buena parte del mantenimiento básico es muy sencillo y lo podemos realizar nosotros mismos.


1) CAMBIO DE ACEITE Y FILTRO
El motor necesita cambios de aceite de forma regular para asegurar que funcione perfectamente por muchos años.
2) FILTRO DE AIRE Las motos pueden usar dos tipos de filtro de aire: de papel o de espuma
3) BUJIAS
Las bujías se desgastan, y el espacio entre los electrodos necesita ajuste.
4) AJUSTE DE LA CADENA Revisar la alineación de la llanta
5) ACEITAR CABLES, MANIJAS Y PEDALES AJUSTAR EL CLUTCH
6) REVOLUCIONES EN RALENTI PASTILLAS DE FRENOS
7) REVISION DIARIA
Hacerle una revisión visual diaria a la moto es un excelenete habito, a continuación encontraras las cosas mas importantes en las que te debes enfocar.
1)Nivel de aceite.
Si tu moto esta en buen estado, necesitarña de my poco aceite entre cada cambio, sin embargo para asegúrate que el nivel de aceite no este por debajo del mínimo es importante revisarlo cada vez que salgamos.
2) Direccion y suspensión De lado a aldo y de arriba a abajo
3) Nivel de refrigerante
4) Llantas Luces
5) Claxon
6) Frenos
DOT 4

Maintaining your bike regularly helps it to perform at its peak and ensures that you can enjoy safe and problem-free riding. A lot of the basic servicing jobs are easy enough to do yourself:
Oil and filter change
Your engine oil needs to be changed regularly to ensure engine longevity. Here’s how:
1. Remove the drain plug from the sump and drain the old oil into a drain tray. Check that the drain plug washer is in good condition then refit the drain plug.
2. Unscrew the old oil filter and thread the new filter into place. Dispose of the old filter.
Air filter
Bikes are fitted with either a paper or foam type air filter element. If it’s a paper element, you can tap it to dislodge dust. Foam elements need to be washed in solvent, then dried and re-oiled. If the element is very dirty or damaged, you will need to fit a new one.
Spark plugs
Over time, spark plugs will show signs of wear and the gap between their electrodes will go out of adjustment. You should measure the spark plug gaps with a feeler gauge and adjust the gap by bending the side electrode only. There will also be a build-up of deposits on their firing ends due to the combustion process. You will need to renew the plugs if they are dirty or badly corroded.
Drive chain adjustment
There should be a certain amount of slack in the drive chain – usually about 30mm, but check your handbook. The chain will stretch with use and you should take up the excess slack with the chain adjusters at the ends of the swingarm.
1. Measure the total amount of slack in the drive chain at a point midway between the sprockets on the lower run of chain.
2. If you need to adjust the chain tension, slacken the rear axle nut.
3. Use the adjusters on the ends of the swingarm to adjust chain tension. Adjust each one by the same amount.
4. Check that the wheel alignment marks are the same on each side, and then tighten the rear axle nut.
Oiling cables, levers and pivots
Because cables, stand and lever pivots are exposed to the elements, they must be lubed regularly to ensure smooth operation. Apply a few drops of light oil or an aerosol lubricant to the exposed ends of cables, the handlebar lever pivots, brake pedal and gearchange lever pivots and the stand pivots.
Clutch adjustment
Correct adjustment of the clutch is important to ensure smooth gear changes and prevent clutch slip or drag. Most clutches are cable operated and will have a threaded adjuster and locknut at each end to set freeplay.
Engine idle speed (tick over speed)
Check that the engine idles at the correct speed when it is fully warmed up. There is usually an idle speed adjuster knob at the side of the carburettors.
Brake pads
Your brake pad friction material will eventually wear down to a low level, at which point the pads must be renewed. You can view the pad material via the mouth of the caliper. Most pads have wear indicator grooves, cutouts or a line to indicate the limit of wear. If you can’t see the pad material clearly, the pads must be removed from the caliper for examination.

Darle un vistado a la moto antes de cada salida es un exclente habito que nos puede evitar dolores de cabeza y hasta salvarnos de un accidente.

Los principales puntos en los que hay que fijarnos son:

Nivel de aceite.
Es importante que el nivel de aceite nunca este por debajo del mimino.
Pon la moto vertical y en una superficie plana, deja que el aceite se “asiente”
Si la moto tiene una mirilla, checa que el nivel este entre el minimo y el maximo.
Si la moto tiene varilla, checa el nivel dos veces, limpiando la varilla entre checadas.

Manillar y suspensión
Al girar el manillar de lado a lado, se siente suave, o se “atora” en algín punto.
La suspensión se sitente normal, cuando nos subimos a la moto

Niveles de refrigerante
Los niveles de refrigerante se deben de mantener constantes, Si bajan, siginifica que el sistema tiene una fuga.
Checa que el nivel de refrigerante este entre el minimo y el maximo.

Llantas
Siempre checa la presión de las llantas en frio y según las recomendaciones del fabricante.
Checa las llantas visualmente, por daños estructurales, especialmente despues de una sección rocosa.

Luces
Checa que todas las luces funcionen correctamente, aprovecha para revisar el claxón.

Frenos
Revisa los frenos de forma individual, deben de funcionar de forma firme, y tienen que alcanzar su maxima potencia sin que la palanca o el pedal alcancen el total de su recorrido.
Tambien se deben liberar pro completo cuando se suelta el pedal o la palanca, permitiendo a la llanta girar libremente sin que roce.

Checa el nivel de liquido de freno. Si hace falta rellenalo que el tipo recomendado por el fabricante, (normalmente DOT 4). Es una buena idea aprender a purgar el sistema de frenado.

Cadena
La mayoría de la motos usan cadena para la transmisión. La cadena debe estar bien lubricada y no debe tener demasiado juego, pero tampoco debe estar demasiado tensa.


Maintaining your bike regularly helps it to perform at its peak and ensures that you can enjoy safe and problem-free riding. A lot of the basic servicing jobs are easy enough to do yourself:
Oil and filter change
Your engine oil needs to be changed regularly to ensure engine longevity. Here’s how:
1. Remove the drain plug from the sump and drain the old oil into a drain tray. Check that the drain plug washer is in good condition then refit the drain plug.
2. Unscrew the old oil filter and thread the new filter into place. Dispose of the old filter.
Air filter
Bikes are fitted with either a paper or foam type air filter element. If it’s a paper element, you can tap it to dislodge dust. Foam elements need to be washed in solvent, then dried and re-oiled. If the element is very dirty or damaged, you will need to fit a new one.
Spark plugs
Over time, spark plugs will show signs of wear and the gap between their electrodes will go out of adjustment. You should measure the spark plug gaps with a feeler gauge and adjust the gap by bending the side electrode only. There will also be a build-up of deposits on their firing ends due to the combustion process. You will need to renew the plugs if they are dirty or badly corroded.
Drive chain adjustment
There should be a certain amount of slack in the drive chain – usually about 30mm, but check your handbook. The chain will stretch with use and you should take up the excess slack with the chain adjusters at the ends of the swingarm.
1. Measure the total amount of slack in the drive chain at a point midway between the sprockets on the lower run of chain.
2. If you need to adjust the chain tension, slacken the rear axle nut.
3. Use the adjusters on the ends of the swingarm to adjust chain tension. Adjust each one by the same amount.
4. Check that the wheel alignment marks are the same on each side, and then tighten the rear axle nut.
Oiling cables, levers and pivots
Because cables, stand and lever pivots are exposed to the elements, they must be lubed regularly to ensure smooth operation. Apply a few drops of light oil or an aerosol lubricant to the exposed ends of cables, the handlebar lever pivots, brake pedal and gearchange lever pivots and the stand pivots.
Clutch adjustment
Correct adjustment of the clutch is important to ensure smooth gear changes and prevent clutch slip or drag. Most clutches are cable operated and will have a threaded adjuster and locknut at each end to set freeplay.
Engine idle speed (tick over speed)
Check that the engine idles at the correct speed when it is fully warmed up. There is usually an idle speed adjuster knob at the side of the carburettors.
Brake pads
Your brake pad friction material will eventually wear down to a low level, at which point the pads must be renewed. You can view the pad material via the mouth of the caliper. Most pads have wear indicator grooves, cutouts or a line to indicate the limit of wear. If you can’t see the pad material clearly, the pads must be removed from the caliper for examination.