This table illustrates the adjustment procedure of scooters. An adjustment will often become necessary when parts of the scooter are replaced, even though this does not mandatorily represent an upgrade or tuning. Even the replacement of the exhaust may call for an adjustment of other components of the vehicle. This can be due to different construction designs and modified materials. For the adjustment of the vehicle to new parts mostly only a few steps are needed, but it is very important to provide an optimum driving comfort. Nevertheless, many drivers perform it half-heartedly or do not even pay any attention.
This table is meant to provide some assistance when tuning or purchasing replacement parts. On the left you find the part which is to replace on the scooter. Small crosses indicate what you have to check when replacing the part. Thereby x means that an adjustment is mandatory and (x) that an adjustment may become necessary. Further information you will find when moving the cursor onto the corresponding cross.