Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals & Wiring Diagrams for DNEPR Motorcycles.
The Dnepr Solo model KMZ 8.157 was a breakthrough not in terms of technology or marketing, but rather in terms of administration: the plant finally got the right to produce single motorcycles (escorts do not count!).
Actually, the opportunity to attach a stroller remained, but it seems to us that not a single owner of the Solo has used this opportunity to this day.
In addition to the main difference - the right to ride without a sidecar - the first Kyiv loner was distinguished by 18-inch wheels (instead of 19-inch ones), a solid seat with a glove compartment, an original low-set front fender, side plates and a pair of mufflers.
The technical stuffing for Dnepr Solo motorcycle has not changed much: they used a “high-speed” pair of the main gear, blocked the reverse gear and made the suspension springs softer.
Several versions of Solo were produced with minor differences and additional indices - 01 and -02.
The model did not become mass, primarily due to the decline in consumer activity of the population, but today, oddly enough, even for a shabby Solo they ask for a lot of money - at least 600 - 1000 dollars.