Front wheel:
Rim: MT2.5 - 17 inch
Tyre: 110/80 - 17 57H tubeless, 33psi cold.
Radial runout: 2.0mm
Axial rumout: 2.0mm
Max balancing weight: 60g

Rear wheel
Rim: MT4.00 - 17 inch (Single sided wheel).
Tyre: 150/70 - 17 69H tubeless, 33psi cold (36psi for prolonged high speed).
Radial runout (max) : 2.0mm
Axial rumout (max) : 2.0mm
Max balancing weight: 60g

The code for the rear tyre is made up like this:
The first number is the width of the tyre in milimeters (150)
The second number is the height of the tyre expressed as a percentage
of the width (80)
The third number is the diameter of the rim in inches (17)
The fourth number is the load bearing capability of the tyre (69)
The letter is the speed rating (H)

Front wheel removal.


  1. Remove the two caliper mounting bolts (M8)
  2. Swing the caliper off the disc and susupend it with a cable tie.
    Note: Do not hang the caliper on the hose or twist the hose.
  3. Loosen axle bolt (22mm socket)
  4. Loosen the four axle pinch bolts (M8)
  5. Raise front wheel off the ground by putting a jack under the engine.
  6. Screw the axle bolt half way out and then tap with a rubber hammer
    to drive out axle
  7. Put a small screwdriver into the holes on the left side of the axle
    and twist and pull out the axle.
    Note: The wheel will fall down when the axle is removed.
  8. Pull the wheel back and then pull out the speedo drive and the collar.
  9. Remove the wheel.

Front wheel installation
  1. Note: the axle bolt must be tightened before the pinch bolts or else
    serious damage or mis-alignment may result.
    Note: the speedo gearbox ear should be positioned behind the fork leg ear.
  2. Place the wheel between the fork legs.
  3. install the speedo gearbox and collar (turning the wheel may help
    installing the gearbox.
  4. Insert axle and tap home with a rubber hammer.
  5. Tighten axle bolt to 60 Nm.
    Note: Make sure the pinch have not been tightened.
  6. Tighten pinch bolts to 23 Nm in 2 or 3 steps.
  7. Install caliper and tighten bolts to 27 Nm.

How to remove the rear wheel.



How to remove the rear wheel.

  1. Position bike on center stand.
  2. Turn off engine and switch into neutral.
  3. Remove the rear wheel center cap and split pin.
  4. Loosen the rear wheel nut but don't remove it yet.
  5. Loosen the rear eccentric bearing carrier pinch bolt and rotate the bearing carrier to obtain maximum chain slack.
  6. Take the chain off the rear sprocket.
  7. Now turn the bearing carrier in the opposite direction (as you would to tighten the chain) to move the rear axle as far back as possible.
  8. Remove the wheel nut, shim and axle center collar.

  9. Tap the tip of the axle with a soft hammer and push it in until it clears the rear wheel.
  10. Place tape on the wheel rim, edge of the spindle and on the brake caliper to avoid damaging the wheel.
  11. Remove the wheel from the drive pins, then angle it to the right and pull it backwards so that it will fit between the brake disc and the muffler.
  12. Then as the wheel reaches the hub, angle it to the left and pull it out backwards as shown.

How to install the rear wheel.

  1. Clean the wheel and spindle mating surface.
  2. Align the index marks and install the wheel hub over the drive pins.
  3. Insert the axle into the wheel hub, making sure it's splines are aligned correctly.
  4. Tap the axle with a soft hammer to make sure it has seated correctly.
  5. Turn the bearing carrier and reinstall the chain.
  6. Clean and apply grease to the axle threads.
  7. Install the center collar, shim and wheel nut (tighten to 120Nm).
  8. Install new split pin and cap securely.
  9. Apply the rear brake several times and release then check that the wheel spins freely.
  10. Adjust the tension on the chain.