Мануал на Benelli TNT 1130


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1General information
Dear Customer,
We invite you to read this Owner’s Manual before using your new TNT.
It contains important information for a sefe use of the vehicle and to keep it in perfect working order.
1.2Identification data
We recommend writing down the main numbers in the spaces provided below.
FRAME No.ZBN ____________________
ENGINE No.________________________
COLOR CODE________________________
KEY No.________________________
number.
The key, supplied in four copies, can be used both for
you need to ask for a duplicate of the key.
frame number, it can be necessary to mention the engine
number, the colour code and the key identification
number.
to take advantage of engine braking. Use the front and rear brakes as little as possible to maintain your speed, in
High beam, low beam and parking lightTail lamp and stoplight
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indicators
3Controls and instruments
3.1Location of controls and instruments
Instruments and warning lights
Clutch lever
Left handlebar electrical controls
Ignition switch and steering lock
Fuel tank cap
Front brake lever
Throttle twist grip
Right handlebar electrical controls
3.2Sidestand
3.3Handlebar controls, left side
Pushing the switch you can turn the sidelights into the headlights or dipped headlights.
When the light switch is in the position, the low beam is on. The high beam can be switched on by pressing the
button when allowed by the traffic and road conditions.
Control Turn indicator
It is used to show the rider’s intention to change direction or lane.
WARNING: Failure to switch the turn indicators on or off at the right time may cause an accident.
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Press the button repeatedly.
Control Lights
Lights on
Control Turn indicator
Shifting the lever to the left or right switches
on the left or right turn indicators. The switch
3.4Handlebar controls, right side
It is used to switch off the engine in an emergency. The ignition circuit is disabled, preventing the engine from being
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Stops the engine and prevents it from being restarted.
Rotate counterclockwise to increase
Engine start button
Pressing the button 3 seconds after the motor starting,
3.5Ignition switch and steering lock
WARNING
circuit and the steering lock. The four positions of the
switch are described below.
All electrical circuits are deactivated. The key can be
All electrical circuits are activated. The instruments and
warning lights perform the self-diagnostic cycle. The
engine can be started. The key cannot be removed.
Turn the handlebar to the left. Press the key in gently
locked. The key can be removed.
Turn the key from the LOCK position to the P position
lights (position lights). The steering is locked.
3.6Gear lever
WARNING
To change into first gear, push the lever down.
To change into second gear, lift the lever up. Lifting
3.7Instruments and warning lights
The instruments and warning lights are activated by turning the ignition switch to the ON position. After a preliminary
Warning lights
Turn indicator light
Water temperature indicator
Lights up when the gears are
in neutral.
Injection warning
light (orange)
Lights up in case of the injectors
possible.
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O” ,“BAT” start flashing on
3.7.1Multifunction display
4.2Preriding checks
carry out these checks will help you maintain your motorcycle safe and in perfect working order.
Gear lever
lever
Engine start
button/ stop
switch
Throttle twist
grip
Pull lever and check that it moves smoothly and gradually.
Steering system
Lights, visual and
Tyres
Verify that the operation is smooth and uniform.
Check inflating pressure and wear.
Verify that the operation is smooth and uniform.
Refuel, if necessary.
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4.3Running-in
0 to 500 Km
(0 to 312.5 mi)
500 to 1000 Km
(312.5 to 625 mi)
1000 to 2500 Km
(625 to 1562.5 mi)
rpm max.
5000 rpm
7500 rpm
9000 rpm
IIn particular, observe for the first 2500 km (1600 mi) the max revolutions number indicated in the table.
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(Star�t2sec)
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4.6Parking the motorcycle
TNT is equipped with the sidestand. It is possible to
separately buy the central back stand.
the stand supporting foot into contact with the ground’s
WARNING
would rest on the vehicle’s only support.
4.7Saddle disassembly driver
Insert the key.
Slightly lift the saddle from the rear, slide it backwards
4.8Saddle disassembly passenger
Insert the key.
Slightly lift the saddle from the rear, slide it backwards
Keys supplied
4.9Refuelling
Lift the dust cover.
WARNING
4.10Starting the engine
• Avoid warming up the engine while the
vehicle is stationary. It is advisable to
• To ensure the maximum life of the
4.11Improve our riding skills
5.2Recapitulatory table of adjustments
TYPE OF ADJUSTMENT
Authorized Dealer
Authorized Dealer
Authorized Dealer
5.3Adjustments that can be done by user
WARNING
5.3.1Front brake lever adjustment
at the same time, adjust its position in one of the four
5.3.2Adjusting the rearview mirrors
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5.3.3Front projector regulation
For the front projector regulation use the 2 right and left
register screws under the projector.
The projector can regulate the right and left parable sepa-
rately, unscrew to lower the light beam, screw to raise
5.4Adjustments that has to be done by a
Benelli Authorized Workshop
WARNING – The following adjustments
are reserved to the Benelli Authorized
Workshops. Never perform the adjust-
5.4.1Clutch lever play
Front projector lamps replacement
For the front projector lamps replacement, remove the
right and left inspection covers, of the parable, unscrew-
Remove the burned lamps.
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5.5Adjusting the rear suspension
WARNING
NO
5.5.1Adjusting rear suspension spring
Turn clockwise for a stiffer preload.
Turn anticlockwise for a softer preload.
Once the adjustment is over, tighten the ring nut (
5.5.2Adjusting rear suspension rebound
in jerks. Turn the rule (C) clockwise to increase the
Spring length
Spring Preloading
Standard configuration
Adjusting of the preload starts from the damper
The compression and rebound adjustment starts
from the “all close” position (direction +).
6Maintenance
6.1Tables of scheduled maintenance and checks
WARNING
Some of the operations can be carried out by the user, providing he or she possesses the requisite skills and,
however, only when explicitly scheduled in this Owner’s Manual. In any other case have the operations performed
by a Benelli Authorized Workshop, whose list is available on the web site
www.benelli.com
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Hoseclamp
6.3Table of lubricants and fluids
Engine lubrication oil *
Coolant
Brake and clutch fluid
Drive chain lubrication oil
Recommended product
* :For the availability of the suggested product,
or Workshops. If the above described lubricant is not available,
MIN
6.4.1Topping up the engine oil level
To top up the engine oil level, remove the oil filler plug
To avoid clutch sliding and damage to the
WARNING
• If the engine oil comes in touch with your skin, wash it away with soap and water.
6.5Checking the coolant level
Check the coolant level while the engine is off and cold.
The check must be performed after placing the motor-
cycle in an upright position on a horizontal surface.
6.5.1Topping up the coolant level
WARNING
This operation has to be performed only by a Benelli Authorized Workshop. Perform the topping
To gain access to the coolant filler cap, remove the pas-
ommended in the lubricants and liquids table.
6.6Checking the wear of the brake pads
WARNING
increasing the risk of accidents. Check frequently, from a Benelli Authorized Workshop, the
6.7Checking the brake fluid level
WARNING
anomaly in the working of the braking system, go immediately to a Benelli Authorized Workshop.
the motorcycle and call the nearest Benelli Authorized Workshop.
have it topped up by an authorized Benelli dealer.
6.8Checking the tires and rims
WARNING
Back cool tyre
Pressure
250 kPa [2,5 bar (36.25 psi)]
250 kPa [2,2 bar (31.9 psi)]
In the event of long travels, you can increase the face value of the tyre pressure of 0.2 bar.
easily than a new one, and it can adversely affect handling and stability of the motorcycle.
Verify the absence of crevices at the bottom of the tread design and fissures on the tyre sidewall. Moreover, verify
authorized Benelli dealer.
Moreover, avoid using tyres of a different brand or type on the front and on the rear wheel at the
• The wheel rims of your motorcycle have been designed for use with tubeless tyres only. Do not
To perform this operation, you must put the motorcycle
on the rear stand, upright on a horizontal surface and
WARNING
adjusted can lead to accidents. If you
ately a Benelli authorized service center.
nearest Benelli authorized service center.
Never try to repair or replace a drive chain. It is a com-
plex and particularly dangerous operation and, therefore,
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15mm
6.9.1Cleaning
is of the O-ring type. To prevent it from damaging, never clean the chain with a steam or high
6.11Replacing the fuses
a Benelli authorized service center. Only in case of extreme
nical assistance, the operation can be carried out by the
owner according to the indications provided below.
Turn the ignition key on the “OFF” position be-
age to other electric parts of the motorcycle.
The recharge fuse is located on the left side of the mo-
The service fuses are found under the passenger sad-
Replace the blown fuse and refit the cover. To identify
Recharge fuse
Spare fuses 10A
WARNING
6.12Battery
cables or have the battery removed by skilled personnel. In case of prolonged inactivity, to avoid shortening the life
of the battery, it is essential to have it recharged by a Benelli authorized service center every 4-5 months, in order to
6.13Cleaning the motorcycle
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and the exhaust pipes to thoroughly cool.
Before washing the vehicle, stop up the exhaust pipes and protect the electrical parts.
6.14Prolonged inactivity
(77°F). Avoid direct contact of the tyres with heating pipes or radiators, and prolonged contact with oil or gasoline.
Avoid parking with the tyres near to electrical motors or devices capable to produce sparks or electric discharge.
During the period of inactivity, place your motorcycle on the rear stand.
authorized service center.
Dimensioniinmm
7Technical information
Therefore the technical data that are shown below, can be different from those that can be checked on the vehicle.
7.1Specifications
Max. width
Seat height
Wheelbase
DIMENSIONS
900 mm (35.4 in)
1050 mm (41.4 in)
780 mm (30.7 in)
1443 mm (56.8 in)
Weight with fuel
cally acceptable with pilot,
passenger and loading.
215 kg (474 Lbs)
400 kg (882 Lbs)
Type
four-stroke 12 valves
1130 cc
11.2±0.5:1
camshaft
Electric starter
Front
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110 Nm to
Fuel tank capacity
Type
IGNITION - POWER SUPPLY
“VALBRO TDD“
Total
Z = 79
1.795
Z = 41
2.563
Type
gearbox with
constantmesh gears
2.786 (12.816)
1.994 (8.946)
1.524 (7.010)
(overall ratio)
(overall ratio)
Gear ratio in sixth
1.167 (5.367)
0.926 (4.260)
Type
solution
Type
“Upside down”
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Type
Type
Tubeless
Tubeless
Low beam
Front light
Rear light - Brake light
Front turn indicators
Alternator
ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
12V - 55W
12V - 55W
12V - 5W
12V - 21W
12V - 3 x 5W
12V - 10 Ah
480W to 5000 rpm
Type
Steel trestle
115 mm (4.5 in)
Type
disc
320 mm (12.6 in)
Aluminium alloy
2-piston
Front
Type
240 mm (9.5 in)
2-piston
32 mm (1.3 in)
Type
Radiator pincers
3,50” x 17”
Front
Type


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