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Compared to cars, motorbikes are very easy to damage, so in this issue follow me to see how motorbike parts can be repaired and maintained.
Check and replace them at 50,000 km. Replace the rear brake pads every 30,000 km. When riding a bike with raw brakes, the brake pads will wear out faster, so change the front brake pads at around 10,000 km. Check the brake pads every 5,000 km. The thickness of new brake pads is generally around 1cm. When the thickness is only 1/3 of the original thickness (about 0.3cm) as observed by the naked eye, be ready to replace them. In addition, brake discs are more wear-resistant than brake pads, so replace them once when you replace the brake pads 2-3 times.
Replacement cycle 30,000 km or 2-3 years! The process of running the motorbike is losing power, but at the same time charging the battery. When the engine is switched off, the battery is equivalent to stopping charging and discharging all at once, accelerating the loss of electrolyte vaporisation. Relying on battery power to keep the sound system running for a long time after the engine has been switched off can also add to the burden. Generally the original battery of a new car can last for more than 3 years, if it has been used for almost 2 years you should pay attention to it.
Replacement cycle 10,000 - 20,000 km!
Spark plugs will lead to car cold start difficulties, driving with a sense of frustration, idling jitter, engine acceleration performance decline, lack of power, increased fuel consumption. Nickel-copper spark plugs have a service life of 10-20,000 km, while platinum/iridium spark plugs have a service life of 30-50,000 km. If you buy spark plugs, you can also clean and maintain them yourself or replace them with new ones.
Replacement cycle 30,000-40,000 km!
Tyres are the most easily depleted part of all components, contact with the ground parts, it is easy to have an accident. Especially when running high speed or mountain roads, there are great safety risks. The general replacement interval is 30,000 to 40,000 km. When the tyre tread has reached the wear indicator mark, it needs to be replaced earlier. Try to drive on smooth roads to prolong the life of your tyres.