WO/2015/152835 SNAP-FIT STRUCTURE OF LEG SHIELD||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000018||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.||NAKABAYASHI, Shunichi|
Provided is a snap-fit structure of a leg shield that maintains workability in engaging an outer cover with an inner cover to be integrated while improving the assembling accuracy and achieving good external appearance. A snap-fit structure of a leg shield 1 includes an outer cover 2, an inner cover 3, and engaging means 4 including an engagement protruding portion 17 and a fitting portion 18a formed on the outer cover 2 and the inner cover 3, respectively, the engagement protruding portion 17 being fitted to the fitting portion 18a and exerting an elastic force to engage the outer cover 2 with the inner cover 3 to be integrated. In the snap-fit structure of the leg shield 1 that covers and protects the front of a leg of a driver, the engagement protruding portion 17 is formed such that the fitting direction a thereof with respect to the fitting portion 18a is inclined to mating faces S of the outer cover 2 and the inner cover 3.
WO/2015/152836 INNER RACK STRUCTURE||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000019||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.||NAKABAYASHI, Shunichi|
Provided is an inner rack structure that can improve the degree of freedom of the sitting posture and the sitting position of a driver while maintaining the storability of the inner rack. An inner rack structure provided in a position facing legs of a driver in front of a seating seat of a scooter-type motorcycle and having a storage space capable of storing luggage, the inner rack being formed of a flexible material and being deformable, when a leg of the driver sitting on the seating seat abuts on the inner rack, into substantially the same shape as the abutting shape.
WO/2015/152837 INTERLOCKING BRAKE DEVICE OF INTEGRAL CABLED BRAKE AND HYDRAULIC BRAKE FOR MOTOCYCLE||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000020||HONDA MOTOR CO., LTD.||TSUTSUI, Masayuki|
An interlocking brake device of an integral cabled brake and hydraulic brake for a motorcycle is provided in which it is possible to maintain a function of the interlocking brake device that operates a rear brake and a front brake after the rear brake is operated and it is possible to suppress interference with a part fixed to the handlebar such as a switch case, in the process of the rotational operation of a brake lever. A rotating shaft LI of a piston arm 4 is set in a position on aside of the vehicle further forward than a master cylinder 3, an abutting section 4b abutting a rear brake cable arm 2 is formed in the position on the opposite side to the master cylinder 3 across a rotating shaft LI, and a rear brake cable arm 2 is rotated about the abutting section 4b as a fulcrum by a rotational operation of a brake lever 1 and then pulls a rear brake cable K, and if an operational load exerted on a pressing section 4a by the rotational operation of the brake lever 1 is a predetermined level or more, the rear brake cable arm 2 rotates the piston arm 4 about the abutting section 4b as a force point and displaces a piston 3a of the master cylinder 3 with the pressing section 4a and then is capable of operating a front brake Bf.
WO/2015/152839 CONTROL UNIT MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR MOTORCYCLE||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000033||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||AYDOUNG, Tawatchai|
The present invention is a control unit mounting arrangement for a motorcycle comprising: a utility box arranged below the motorcycle seat; a control unit controlling an engine, arranged inside of said utility box; characterized in that: said control unit is arranged in an oblique direction widthwise from the body of the motorcycle as viewed in a top view, the oblique direction defining a longitudinal axis of said control unit in said oblique direction, and an electrical component arranged with its longitudinal axis parallel to said longitudinal axis of said control unit in said oblique direction and in a space obliquely rearwards of the control unit.
WO/2015/152841 RESERVE TANK MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR A SCOOTER||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000035||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||SATO, Ryosuke|
A radiator reserve tank mounting structure for a unit swing engine scooter includes a rear inner fender having a frontal portion over a frontal spherical portion of a rear tire; and a reserve tank mounted at upper left and lower right mounting points to this frontal portion, near the center of the scooter's body. A back reserve tank surface is arc-shape matched to the rear inner fender frontal portion. A cover means is mounted to the rear inner fender, and the reserve tank's cap, nozzle, initial flowing passage, and main body entirely reside in a space between the cover means and the rear inner fender. The cover means includes a monitoring window for monitoring a reserve tank coolant level indicator. An outer designed rear inner fender surface and an outer designed upper cover means surface include matching designed shapes. A radiator cover overlaps the cover means from a side view.
WO/2015/152840 FRONT GARNISH STRUCTURE OF MOTORCYCLE||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000034||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||CHOKSUWATTANASAKUL, Wid|
A front garnish structure includes a pair of outer leg shields and a front garnish attached to each outer leg shield, wherein: a recess portion is formed rearward of an outermost edge line of each outer leg shield, and each front garnish extends outwardly from the recess portion past the outermost edge line of its outer leg shield across a front garnish overhang distance. From a front view, below the front garnish overhang distance the front garnish does not overhang and is hidden behind the outer leg shield. The front garnish overhang distance approximately equals a motorcycle headlight height range. From a rear view, within the front garnish overhang distance, the outermost edge line of the front garnish overhangs an outermost edge line of a rear body cover. The front garnish mounts to the outer leg shield via a groove formed in the outer leg shield, and snap fit elements.
WO/2015/152838 CANISTER MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR A MOTORCYCLE||WO||08.10.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000032||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||AYDOUNG, Tawatchai|
This invention comprises a canister wherein an arrangement of the canister longitudinal axis is arranged in an obliquely upward-downward direction. This can make the width of the motorcycle body to be slimmed. Such an arrangement in the obliquely upward-downward direction, allows the stays projecting from the utility box to be joined with the holder at the upper part and below part separately. Such an arrangement efficiently reduces the canister oscillation. Further, the arrangement of the longitudinal axis of the canister in an obliquely frontward-rearward direction, together with the obliquely upward-downward and leftward-rightward direction result in a twisting direction to advantageously present the structure for shortening the width of the motorcycle body.
WO/2015/142297 ENGINE CONTROL UNIT MOUNTING STRUCTURE FOR A MOTORCYCLE||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000010||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||MAEDA, Yasuyuki|
An electronic control unit (ECU) mounting structure for a motorcycle having an ECU and seat rails passing both sides of an under-seat utility box is characterized in that: the utility box includes a recess portion inward of the seat rails, and the ECU resides inward of the seat rails, between a given seat rail and the recess portion of the utility box. The ECU inwardly faces the utility box recess portion. The seat rail overlaps portions of the ECU from a side view. Other electric parts are installable outside of the seat rail, at positions overlapping portions of the ECU from a side view. Spatial gaps exist between the ECU and a) the seat rail, and b) the utility box recess portion. The ECU avoids overlapping the utility box from a front view. The ECU mounting structure eliminates the need for special ECU protection covers, and keeps the motorcycle body shape slim.
WO/2015/142296 A REAR ARM TRUSS STRUCTURE FOR SCOOTERS||WO||24.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2014/000009||HONDA MOTOR COMPANY LIMITED||TSUTSUI, Masayuki|
Problem to be solved: to provide a rear arm structure for a scooter that can be produced using cheaper materials without compromise in strength while enabling the distance between upper and lower portions of the rear arm to be increased without sacrificing strength and increasing weight to thereby enable elevated coupling to a muffler without occlusion of the rear arm from side view, thus allowing the aesthetic elements of the rear arm to be prominently displayed. Solution: In a scooter having a scooter frame and an engine unit being swingably coupled thereto, where the engine unit has an engine case and a belt converter extending therefrom for supporting a rear wheel on one side of the scooter, a rear arm truss structure is positioned on the other side of the scooter and connects between a rear portion of an engine case and an axle of the rear wheel with the scooter further having a muffler extending rearwardly and upwardly. The rear arm truss structure comprises a tubular upper arm having a front end coupled to an rear-upper mounting portion of said engine case and a rear end coupled to a rear-upper portion of said muffler, and a lower arm is located below said upper arm and having a front end coupled to a rear-lower mounting portion of said engine case and a rear end coupled to a rear wheel axis supporting portion for supporting said axle of the rear wheel. The tubular truss frame structure connects between said upper arm and said lower arm.
WO/2015/133973 LOW SUGAR FRUIT JUICE FROM 100% FRUIT JUICE AND ITS PROCESS STEPS||WO||11.09.2015|
||PCT/TH2015/000003||CHULALONGKORN UNIVERSITY||PRAKITCHAIWATTANA, Cheunjit|
This invention is related to the development of low sugar fruit juice from 100% fruit juice which comprises of 100% fruit juice as the main fruit juice mixed with 100% fruit juice of which sugar is reduced by biological process in the proportion that decreases the sugar content in 100% fruit juice served as the main fruit juice from 5- 50%. Total soluble solid, titratable acidity and pH are 7.0-14.0 °Brix, 0.50-1.80%, and 3.0-4.6, respectively. Low sugar fruit juice from 100% fruit juice can be kept as fresh, frozen, pasteurized in hermetically sealed package, commercially sterilized, and/or by using other means of reduction or inactivation of microorganisms to prolong its shelf life.