Malaguti F18 Warrior Service Manual (2000-03)

Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Malaguti F18 Warrior. A MUST for every F18 owner.

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OEM Original factory workshop manual.

Models covered by this manual: 2000 to 2003

Number of pages: 383 pages

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Malaguti F18 Warrior Service Manual 2001

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Malaguti F18 Warrior

The Malaguti F18 Warrior was a sport scooter produced by motorcycle Italian Malaguti from 2000 to 2003.

Presented at the Bologna Motor Show, the F18 Warrior was aimed at a sporting public, but with the need for a solid and reliable vehicle.

The line was stylistically similar to the contemporary scooters produced by Malaguti. It featured numerous air intakes on the front shield, two air intakes on the rear sides, directional arrows integrated into the front shield and rear light assembly. The lighthouse had a double parabola, separated between low and high beams.

The scooter was equipped with a compartment under the saddle, sized to accommodate a full-face helmet. On the other hand, the compartment in the rear shield, occupied by the coolant tank, was absent.

The analogue instrumentation was equipped with a speedometer, fuel level gauge, coolant temperature gauge, total odometer.

It was available in 3 colors: Artic Silver Metallic, Lord Blue Metallic, Night Blue Metallic.

The Warrior F18 was available in 125 and 150 displacements. The engine was a 4-stroke, liquid-cooled, 2-valve horizontal single cylinder manufactured by Kymco. It developed a power of 10.3 hp in the 125 displacement, and 11.8 hp in the 150 displacement.

The wheels were 13″, while the brakes, both disc brakes, were 220 mm at the front and 200 mm at the rear.

Source: Wikipedia