USER’S MANUALInstructions to UsersPrecautions . 1Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) and engine number. 2Brief Introduction of the Vehicle . 3Technical Specifications . 6Instrument cluster . 10Left switch assembly . 11Right switch assembly . 12Ignition switch . 13Fuel tank . 14Vehicle Operation . 16Environmental protection device . 17Vehicle Load. 18Tool kit (included) . 18Operating InstructionsBasic vehicle information . 19Kick starting the engine . 23Electric starting the engine . 24Parking the Vehicle . 25Service and MaintenanceRegular Service and Maintenance . 26Requirements on Service and Maintenance . 26Instructions to UsersService and Maintenance during break-in Period . 27Precautions during the break-in period . 27Contents of Level 1 Service and Maintenance . 28Contents of Level 2 Service and Maintenance . 28Contents of Level 3 Service and Maintenance . 28Service and Maintenance of the Carburetor . 29Checking and changing the engine oil . 30Service and Maintenance of the Spark Plug . 31Service and Maintenance of the Air Filter . 32Adjustment of the throttle. 33Service and Maintenance of the Front Brake . 34Service and Maintenance of the Rear Brake . 35Checking the brake light switch . 36Adjusting the idle speed . 36Service and Maintenance of Front and Rear Tires . 37Service and Maintenance of Environmental Protection Device . 39Service and Maintenance of the battery . 40Service and Maintenance of the fuse. 41Service and Maintenance of the horn . 41Storage of the vehicle . 42Service and Maintenance Interval Table . 43Service and Maintenance Interval Table of Lubricated Parts. 44Common Faults and Troubleshooting . 45Schematic Wiring Diagram . 49

USER’S MANUALInstructions to UsersPrecautionsPlease read this User’s Manual carefully before operating thisvehicle!Warning*******Please observe traffic laws and regulations.All users must have a valid driver’s license. Operating a vehicle with a 150cc size engine (the Jet II) may require extra licensingendorsementsCheck your local motor vehicle laws to be sure.NEVER hang anything on the throttle grip while operating the vehicle.Always wear a helmet, eye protection, and gloves when operating the vehicle.This vehicle is for road use only.Always be aware that the exhaust and muffler will become hot when operating your vehicle. Do not touch the exhaust assembly during orshortly after riding as not to burn yourself.For your safety, always wear the appropriate clothing and footwear while operating your vehicle.Caution*****Please check the accessories and various documents delivered with the vehicle according to the packing list.Follow the recommended weight limit of the vehicle.Do not modify any part of the vehicle. Modifying the vehicle can decrease engine life, reliability and safety.Only premium fuel should be used in the vehicle. Otherwise, the dynamic performance, economy, and safety of the vehicle may bedamaged, and the service life of the vehicle will be shortened. If any mechanical breakdown occurs due to this, you shall be solelyresponsible for it.All repairs must be completed at a Wolf Brand Scooters authorized service center. All required service must be done to the vehicle tomaintain the vehicle’s warranty. Not completing required service will void the warranty.Suggestion*1This manual provides important information regarding the vehicle. If the vehicle is transferred to any other person, this manual should betransferred together with the vehicle.

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALVehicle Identification Number (VIN) and Engine NumberThe Vehicle Identification Number (VIN), Engine Number and Quality Certificate, are used forobtaining the registration and license plate for your new vehicleVehicle Identification Number(VIN) is printed on the verticaltube of the frame. Remove thissmall cover to find the numberplateThe vehicle nameplate is riveted onthe right lower part of the frame.The Engine Number is printed on theleft lower part of the crankcase.Please note your vehicles specific numbers for futurereference here:Vin:Engine Number:2

USER’S MANUALA Brief Introduction to your vehicle1. front turn lightSeat cushionRear carrierDisc brakeSide standCenter standKick StartAir filterInstructions to Users

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALA Brief Introduction to your vehicle1. lightHelmet hookRight front turn lightMufflerBatteryFront brake lever4

USER’S MANUALA Brief Introduction to your vehicle1. mirrorLeft gripLeft switch assemblyInstrument clusterIgnition switchRight switch assemblyThrottle gripInstructions to Users

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALTechnical SpecificationsJet Classic (50cc)6

USER’S MANUALTechnical SpecificationsJet Classic (50cc)7Instructions to Users

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALTechnical SpecificationsJet Classic II (150cc)Technical Specifications8

USER’S MANUALJet Classic II (150cc)Instrument cluster9Instructions to Users

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUAL1Left turn indicator lamp:When the turning indicator lamp “left turn signal light is on.2” flashes, it indicates that yourHigh beam indicator lamp:When the high beam indicator lamp ““High beam lamp” is on.3” is on, it indicates that theSpeedometer:It indicates the current driving speed of the vehicle.4Odometer:It records the accumulative miles travelled.5Fuel gauge:It indicates how much fuel is in the fuel tank of the vehicle.6Right turn indicator lamp:When the right turning indicator lamp “your right turn signal light is on.” flashes, it indicates that10

USER’S MANUALInstructions to UsersLeft switch assembly1Headlight High beam switch:To use the headlight “High beam”, turn the switch to the upper “position2Headlight Low beam switch:To use the headlight “Low beam”, turn the switch to the lower “Position.3”.Horn button:To use the horn, press the “4”” button.Turning signal switch:When changing the direction of the vehicle, move this switch to “ ” or“ ” when turning left or right to show other drivers around you yourintentions. When you have completed your turn, press the middle of thebutton to turn the signal off.11

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALRight switch assembly1Electric start button:When you want to start the vehicle, press the “holding in the front or rear brake lever.2” button whileThrottle grip:When the engine is on, twist to accelerate.3The Cut Off or Run/Stop Switch:Electrical power for the engine is turned on when the switch is set toThe position marked “”This switch must be set to this position for the engine to start andrunElectrical power to Engine is turned off when the switch is set to theposition marked “”The engine will turn off when this switch is set to this position12

USER’S MANUALInstructions to UsersKey Switch and Lock Set1) Ignition On:2) Ignition Off:3) Steering lock:Insert the key and turn the ignitionlock to “ ” to switch on theelectrical system of the vehicle.Turn the ignition lock to “ ” to switchoff the electrical system of the vehicle.The vehicle key can be removed.When stopped, turn the handle barsall the way to the left, push the keyinwards and turn to “ ” to lock thesteering. The key can then beremoved.When parked locking your steering to one side will make it more difficult to move the vehicle. This willmake the vehicle less of a target for theft.13

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALSeat storage lock and accessing the Jet Classic fuel tankInsert the ignition lock key into the seat lock on the left siderear fender and turn it clockwise to open the seat cushion.This will give you access to the under-seat storage area andon the Jet Classic, the gas cap and fuel tank fill.Fuel tank access (Jet II)To access the fuel cap on the Jet II: Insert key into flaplock to open fuel flap. The fuel cap is under the flap.14

USER’S MANUALThe Jet Classic has a Vacuum Fuel valve, this valveis opened by the vacuum pressure produced by theengine, it allows fuel to enter the carburetor viagravity. It closes when the engine turns off. In theJet II 150cc model this is a vacuum powered pumpthat brings fuel from the tank to the carburetorpositioned higher in the frame than the tank.Instructions to UsersFuel filter: This is positioned in the main fuel line; the fuelpasses through here between the fuel tank and thecarburetor to ensure clean fuel is entering the carburetor.Warning***Don’t fill fuel above the neck of the fuel tank.Gasoline vapors are flammable. The vehicle should be turned off before opening the fuel tank cap. Fuel should be dispensed ina well-ventilated area.While refueling smoking is strictly forbidden nor should fuel be dispensed close to any open flame or spark. Before refueling,ground yourself by touching any metal part of the vehicle. This will dissipate any static electricity present and prevent staticsparks that could ignite any fuel vapors present during refueling.Caution*15Only 90 Octane fuel or above should be used.

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALManeuvering positionsAll WOLF Brand Scooters use the dry, centrifugal clutch and belt driven CVT (Continuously Variable Transmission). If thereis an issue with the clutch, belt or variator, take your vehicle to an authorized WOLF Brand Scooter dealership.Front brake: This is the right lever when you’resitting on the vehicle. It uses a disc brake.Automatic clutch: The CVT allows smoothacceleration without the need for gear changes.Rear brake: This is the left lever when you’resitting on the vehicle. It is a drum brake.Kick Starter: This is used for manually starting the engine.The vehicle must be on the main stand, the ignition must beon and the brake levers need to be held in while you kickstart the engine.16

USER’S MANUALEnvironmental protection deviceThe environmental protection device is mainly atwo-in-one air compensating valve (air pump) combininga one-way valve and a secondary air control valve. Freshair enters the exhaust passage of the engine under theaction of the air pump to recycle unburned gas dischargedfrom the engine. Using vacuum pressure, the air pumpcontrols the amount of air needed to enter into the exhaustport through the one-way valve and the secondary aircontrol valve. This device reduces the emission pollutionof the vehicle, and ensures that the exhaust gas of thevehicle meets emissions standards.Instructions to UsersEmission Standards of Motorcycles (Stage III , under running mode)Unit: g/kmEmitted pollutantsCOHCNOxTwo-wheel vehicle2.00.80.15Emission Standards of Mopeds (Stage III , under running mode)Unit: g/kmEmitted pollutantsCOHC NOxTwo-wheel moped1.01.2Limits of exhaust pollutants of motorcycle/mopeds under idleconditionsIn case of idle type approval test, the volume concentration of emitted CO is 3.8%; and the volume concentration of emitted HC is 800 10-6;In case of Production consistency check test, the volume concentration ofemitted CO is 4.0%; and the volume concentration of emitted HC is 1000 10-6.17

Instructions to UsersUSER’S MANUALVehicle LoadTool kit (Included)The maximum load of 330 lbs. for the vehicle must be strictly Common service and maintenance tools are delivered togetherobserved. Otherwise, the safety and stability of the vehicle may with the affected. This includes rider, passenger, their gear, andYour tool kit will be foundluggage.stored in the under-seat bucketarea in a black vinyl pouch*Belongings in the vehicles seat storage bucket must besecured to prevent shifting while the vehicle is in motion**NEVER hang anything on the handle bars while operatingthe vehicle. This will dangerously compromise the handlingof the vehicleThe load of the rear carrier must not exceed 12lbs.13 15Double-endedspannerSpark plugsocket8 10Double-endedspannerDouble-endedscrew driverDouble-endedscrew driverholder18

USER’S MANUALChecks made before and after operating yourVehicle.There are checks that you should do on your vehicle on a regular basis toensure that the vehicle is safe to use and to keep it in good condition.Keeping it in good condition will also help