Malaguti Spider Max GT500 2006

Malaguti Spider Max GT500 Service Manual (2006-16)

Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Malaguti SpiderMax 500. A MUST for every SpiderMax owner.

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OEM Original factory workshop manual.

Models covered by this manual: 2006 to 2016

Number of pages: 104 pages

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Malaguti Spider Max GT500 Service Manual 2006

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Malaguti Spider Max GT500

Between 2006 and 2016, Malaguti developed the Spidermax RS500, a single-cylinder, four-stroke scooter. At 6000 RPM, the maximum torque was 29.5 ft/lbs (40.0 Nm). At 7250 RPM, the claimed horsepower was 39.56 HP (29.5 KW).

The engine was a four-stroke, liquid-cooled single cylinder. A displacement of 493.0 cubic centimeters is achieved via a bore of 94.0mm and a stroke of 71.0mm. A single overhead camshaft supplied fuel (sohc).
The motorcycle features an automated gearbox. The dry clutch was used to control power.
It comes with a front tire measuring 120/80-16 and a rear tire measuring 150/70-16. Stopping was accomplished using two floating discs. Front hydraulic two-piston calipers and rear single disc hydraulic two-piston calipers.

The front suspension consisted of a tele-hydraulic fork and 41 mm stanchions, while the rear suspension had a swinging engine and twin hydraulic shock absorbers with adjustable preloading springs. The Spidermax RS500 had a petrol tank that held 3.83 gallons (14.50 liters). The bike was just 449.74 pounds (204.0 Kg). The wheelbase measured 58.66 inches (1490 mm).

Malaguti SpiderMax GT500 is a Scooter bike produced by Malaguti. Regarding the chassis characteristics, which are responsible for road holding, handling behavior, and ride comfort, the Malaguti SpiderMax GT500 has a V-BOX aluminum monococque structure frame with 41 mm telescopic hydraulic fork in front suspension and two hydraulic shock absorbers with adjustable spring preloading in the rear suspension. Front tire sizes are 120/80-16, while rear tire sizes are 150/70-16.

Source: Cycle Chaos