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Wiring diagram Java 638
6-bulb parking light
8-rear light(brake light)
12-stop light switch (frog)
13-high beam lamp
14-lamp generator operation
15-turn signal lamp
16-light switch neutral
22-rectifier (diode bridge)
24-disconnect relay for turning on the warning lamp for generator operation
Jawa is a brand of road motorcycles manufactured in Tynec on Sazava (Czechoslovakia) by the concern of the same name. The name of the motorcycles "Java" has nothing to do with the island of Java. It is an abbreviation for the owner of the factory, František Janicek (Czech. František Janeček) and for the name of the Wanderer company, from which the entrepreneur bought equipment and a license for the production of the first motorcycles under the Jawa brand.
The first model of Jawa, produced under license from Wanderer since 1929, had a four-stroke engine with a cylinder capacity of 500 cm3, was quite complex, expensive and was not in demand. Success came to the brand with the development in 1931 of a light motorcycle with a two-stroke engine with a cylinder capacity of 175 cm3. In 1934, a four-stroke Jawa with an engine capacity of 350 cm3 was mastered, then a two-stroke one with an engine capacity of 250 cm3. In 1937, the production of the Jawa-Robot motorbike began.
After the occupation of Czechoslovakia in 1938, the plant came under the control of the German authorities and began the production of military equipment. However, the development of new motorcycle models on it continued. By the end of 1944, the company prepared for production new models of motorcycles with two-stroke engines of 250 and 350 cm3 and DKW candle type rear suspension.
After the liberation of Czechoslovakia, the plant was nationalized and already in May 1945 resumed the production of motorcycles. In 1946, the new model Jawa 250 made a splash at an exhibition in Paris, winning a gold medal. For the softness of the ride, the motorcycle was nicknamed "Perak" (springy).
In 1953, the production of a new family of Java motorcycles with two-stroke engines of 250 and 350 cm3 and a pendulum rear suspension was launched. Motorcycles were produced jointly with another Czech company CZ.
Jawa motorcycles have been successful in sports, in particular in motocross and six-day Enduro competitions. Particularly significant progress has been made in speedway and speedway on ice. In the 60s and 70s of the 20th century, Jawa motorcycles with four-stroke engines were among the best speedway motorcycles in the world.
In 1970, the production of a new series of Jawa 250-623 and 350-633 motorcycles began, which were distinguished by their original design. Motorcycles had a spinal frame and an engine with a separate lubrication system. In 1973, the Jawa 350-634 model with a duplex closed frame and a new motor went into production. The production of motorcycles with an engine capacity of 250 cm3 has ceased. After modernization in 1984, the model received the index 638 and continues to be produced with minor changes. The total number of Jawa motorcycles produced in the 80s exceeded 3,000,000 pieces.
After the collapse of the Comecon, the production of Jawa motorcycles dropped sharply, but the company managed to stay afloat and maintain the production of motorcycles of the original design. The range of models has expanded to include motorcycles with more powerful Rotax and Honda engines.