I just bought a PGO I ME 150 3-wheeler. It comes with a user manual but no service/repair manual. As I am a hands-on guy, I need the service/repair manual to know the detail specs of the motor parts and how to unassemble. Does anyone knows where I can get the service/repair manual. Thanks.
goldenchasis . i am confused but congratualation is in order first. from your other post, you have stated you already bought a adiva , then goldwing and now pgo. do you really own them or its the language>
hows the handling of a PGO? i love 3 wheels but the PGO has a strange handling which I cannot get used to.
My friends and I together own an Adiva AR3, PGO I ME 150, Goldwing. We are subriders for each other
The handling of a 3-wheelers is very different from a 2-wheel motorbike. You don't countersteer, instead you direct steer. The feeling of turning is also different. On 2-wheeler when you want turn left you lean down left and turn. With 3-wheeler you can't, so you feel the centrifugal force moving you to the right, like when you driving a van.
Poor road surface condition can cause 3-wheelers to veer left or right but on speed above 50km/hr this effect is gone.
A very important point to note is the use of throttle on/off to control steering. When throttle is off or lessen, weight of bike is moved to front and you have good control of steering. So when you see poor road condition ahead, bumps, potholes, road crevices, you off throttle just before obstacles and then throttle on when you roll over the obstacles. Similarly when doing 90 degree left or right turn, you off throttle, steer left or right, then on throttle. When rounding on a exit from expressway, on/off throttle to keep gaining control of steering and turning direction.
A 3-wheelers with rear 2 wheels is called a delta trike. A 3-wheelers with front 2 wheels is called a tadpole trike. Adiva AR3 and PGO are delta trikes. Spyder is a tadpole trike. Want to know more about riding a trike refer this:
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