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Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby MilwaukeeMadass » 09 Apr 2010 08:34

If you have a manual in digital format that you want included here, please send me a PM so it can be added to this post. That way things can be consolidated in one spot.

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125 Owners Manual (GB) (PDF, 3.9MB)

125 Owners Manual (D) (PDF, 1.9MB)

Updated: 125 Service Manual (PDF, 21MB)

50 Service Manual (GB + D) (PDF, 5312MB)

50 Repair Manual (USA) (PDF, 7.9MB)

Configuring the 125 MadAss Speedometer (PDF, 377KB)

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MadAss 125cc Parts Manual

MadAss 50cc Parts Manual
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Sir_Jaon » 09 Apr 2010 15:57

This is the best manual i've been able to find, it also has a fount of information for the 50cc.

http://www.scooterunderground.ca/knowledge/manuals/documents/madass_service_manual_Tomberlin_Oct_2006.pdf
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby MilwaukeeMadass » 09 Apr 2010 17:29

Thanks Jason, I saved a local copy and linked it above.
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby MadAssGuerrillia » 02 May 2010 08:39

Sir_Jaon wrote:This is the best manual i've been able to find, it also has a fount of information for the 50cc.

http://www.scooterunderground.ca/knowledge/manuals/documents/madass_service_manual_Tomberlin_Oct_2006.pdf



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http://scootergrisen.dk/scooterhjemmesi ... spider.pdf
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Sir_Jaon » 09 May 2010 13:57

check this out, It gives a slightly easier to understand discription of carb functions.

http://www.iwt.com.au/mikunicarb.htm
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Sir_Jaon » 18 May 2010 12:08

http://motostar.co.jp/Spider125-S.pdf

you can thank Dave for this little Gem.
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby cranberryroo » 22 Jun 2010 15:04

Does anyone sell a paper shop manual? Sometimes the computer isn't always handy...
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Greg » 22 Jun 2010 19:29

I emailed the service manual pdf to Office Max (no Kinkos in my podunk town) and had them print all the even pages (the ones in English) and spiral bound them with a clear cover. I then went back the next day and had them do it again. I've got a copy at my desk and another in the garage. I think each copy ran me about $13.
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby OZMadass » 11 Jul 2010 23:33

I'm pretty sure I checked all the manuals listed and there wasn't an actual 125 service manual so here you go.
http://www.cobrasales.com/docs/MadAss%2 ... Manual.pdf
And if that doesn't work search this site. http://www.scrappydogscooters.com/TGB_S ... parts.html
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby MilwaukeeMadass » 12 Jul 2010 08:18

My bad. The service manuals should be squared away now - both the 125 and 50. Thanks for the correct URL to the 125 manual.
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Greg » 13 Jul 2010 00:39

So the manual OZMadass linked to is a bit deceptive. I don't really think there is an actual 125cc service manual out there.

The cover page has a picture of a newer MadAss on it, but then every other picture in the manual is of a 2006-2007 era 50cc MadAss. The only color in the manual is a sloppy version of the MadAss 125 logo at the top of each page that looks like someone just went through the manual and pasted it on each page after the fact.

Note the different carb, air filter, rear sprocket, rear disc brake, chain size, valve covers, exhaust, etc.

There is also a typo on page 4 where it says the valve clearance should be between 0.05mm-10.05mm. That should read 0.05mm - 0.08mm.

Basically someone took an old 50cc manual an edited it a bit, and that editing may be a bit questionable.
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby MilwaukeeMadass » 13 Jul 2010 07:30

I sent an email to Bill at Peirspeed asking if he had a line on an actual 125 manual. I'll let you know if I can score one.
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Scorpion » 19 Jul 2011 19:48

Hi guys,
We are looking for a color wiring diagram for a 125. Does anyone have a file of this?
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Reight » 19 Aug 2011 21:16

I've chopped the GB-D manual into two separate files and made the contents link to each section when it's clicked on if anyone is interested, (the German side of things needs work though)

http://thepiratebay.org/torrent/6616471 ... mp__German
Will seed for a while but if someone wants to put it in here that would be handy :)

PS: i've noticed that the "125" version looks also like a chopped version of the GB-D manual as well but has a heaps bigger file size and by the looks of things still just the 50cc torque values...... i could be wrong but that how it looks to me :think:
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby MilwaukeeMadass » 22 Aug 2011 07:24

For some reason my company is blocking access to TPB while I'm at work. What the hell... 8-)
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Atomykatt » 14 May 2012 16:33

Just found these on-line:

http://www.motorent.cz/files/sachs_file ... 25_ram.pdf

http://www.motorent.cz/files/sachs_file ... _motor.pdf

Part catalogues for the 125. The part numbers for the gears in the gearbox are the same as those given to me by my dealer :mrgreen: .

Guessing they are the European version, as they are different from what has been previously posted.

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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby goplaycheckers » 12 Mar 2013 20:44

Milwaukee, can you upload (if you have it) an older copy of the 125 service manual? The updated version linked above shows a completely different carb and has a few other discrepancies. Thanks!!
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby Greg » 16 Mar 2013 14:39

goplaycheckers wrote:Milwaukee, can you upload (if you have it) an older copy of the 125 service manual? The updated version linked above shows a completely different carb and has a few other discrepancies. Thanks!!


I'm pretty sure the engine pictures in the 125 service manual are old pictures of a 50 when it came with a flange mount Mikuni carb. I don't think Sachs has ever put out an updated service manual with actual pictures of the 125 in it.
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Re: Sachs MadAss Manuals

Postby esonscar » 16 Mar 2013 17:11

I have a brand new 2012 (bought in Jan 2013) MadAss125 with two owner manuals (German and also English) . . . If you think I can help by quoting the tolerances in the two owner manuals I surely will.

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