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Has no lug for the chain cover; on the seat, armband passenger handle; decorative grille under the headlight is rectangular. Mudguards are deeply valanced, full-width cast iron brake drums, and built-in lamp. Fairly small carburettor.
Colour: all white (or perhaps cream or light yellow). White frame, white seat, polished drums, chromed rims and spokes.
So there were several paint schemes. Sequentially: cherry red, black, cream mudguards and tank; the rest is black. Then came an all-white (or cream or yellow) version.
A relatively long period elapsed between the development of the Junak's construction to the launch of serial production, and then began the modernization process of the motorcycle. The changes concerned mainly the engine and chassis, among them an increase in compression ratio and the use of a new Polish-made carburettor.
In the same year, a new designation for the Junak M10 motorcycle was introduced. The SO3 engine underwent several significant changes - the compression ratio was raised from 6.8 to 7.0. the power increased, becoming 12.5 kW (17 km) 6000 rpm, and the torque increased to 27.5 Nm (28 kgm) at 3800 rpm. A Polish horizontal carburetor was used, Pegaz g26 ul type, with a throat diameter of 26 mm and a starting device. The electrical installation has also changed and the motorcycle received a brake light. Spark plug became ml4x l.25 thread, 175 calorific value (according to Bosch).
Sound signal sp56 located in the housing of the reflector. In the drivetrain it got a new clutch and a full chain guard. Front wheel travel increased to 150 mm, rear wheel travel to 100 mm. The brakes are mechanically actuated, independent front and rear drum brakes, with full-width hubs. Light alloy cast brake drums with cast iron insert. Internal diameter of brake drums 200 mm, brake lining width 40 mm. Hand brake and foot brake controlled by Bowden cables.
Speedometer drive with a flexible shaft from the rear wheel. Steel tube handlebars attached to the top of the fork, and moved forward compared to the m07 model. The handles of the clutch and handbrake levers are integral with the handlebars, the decompression lever and the light switch with the signal button are mounted on the left side, the air throttle (choke) lever is on the right side.
Deeply valanced mudguards, pressed from steel sheet. Front mudguard attached to the moving part of the fork. Luggage rack of pressed metal attached to the fuel tank. Three-position fuel tap. Dual seat with cushion made of porous rubber, cover made of dermatoid, top and sides made of leather. Battery compartment in the rear part of the frame, air filter on its left side, tool compartment on the right. Adjustable rider's footpegs with rubber covers, and folding passenger footpegs with rubber covers.
Central base, welded, made of steel pipes, suspended on the lower beams of the frame. Side stand on the left, non-dismountable exhaust muffler on the right side of the motorcycle - for now as in the M07 model, but later two more types of long mufflers will be developed.
Wheelbase 1417 mm, total length 2200 mm, width 735 mm, height 1045 mm. Front seat height 790 mm, rear seat height 855 mm. Distance between the saddle surface and the rider's footrests 560 mm. The lowest point from the road (central stand) 115 mm. Weight - 193 kg. Permissible load 160 kg., permissible total weight 355 kg., permissible load on the front wheel 125 kg, rear wheel 230 kg. capacity fuel tank 17 litres, engine lubrication system 2.4 litres, clutch chamber 0.5 litres, gearbox 0.4 litres.
Operational data: maximum speed 125 km/h. Fuel consumption 3.5-4.2 litres/100 km. 400m standing start 21.7 seconds.
Air pressure in tyres: front 0.14 MPa (1, 4kg/cm2), rear 0.16MPa (1.6kg/cm2).
M10 models were subject to changes during production, so this description may not fully co-incide with the models owned by users.
Other changes occurred during production, including an increase in compression ratio and the use of a new Polish-made carburettor.
|Rider's seat height||755mm|
|Front wheel overtake||72mm|
|Weight, equipped, without fuel||170 kg|
|Weight limit||200 kg|
|Maximum speed||125 km/h|
|Fuel consumption at 60 km/h||3.5L/100km|
The engine and chassis numbers are listed on the nameplate located on the left side of the head tube. In addition, the engine number is stamped on the left engine housing, at the base of the cylinder. The chassis has a number stamped on the right side of the head tube.
Junak M10 Parts Catalogue
|Part No||part name|
|S03.10.00||head and cylinder|
|S03.22.00||Timing and drives|
|S03.95.00||Engine electrical installation|
|M10.21.00||Exhaust pipe and muffler|
|M10.23.00||Air filter and tool box|
|M10.25.00||Rear brake pedal|
|M0731.00||Rear shock absorber|
|M10.95.00||Chassis electrical system|
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