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IMPORTANT NOTICE
●OPERATOR AND PASSENGER
This motorcycle is designed to carry the operator and one passenger.

●ON-ROAD USE
This motorcycle is designed to be used only on the road.

●READ THIS OWNER'S MANUAL CAREFULLY
Pay special attention to statements preceded by the following words:

Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or death if instructions are not followed.

Indicates a possibility of personal injury or equipment damage if instructions are not followed.

Gives helpful information. This manual should be considered a permanent part of the motorcycle and should remain with the motorcycle when resold or othe rwise transferred to a new owner or operator.

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CONTENTS
SPECIFICATION ...................................................................... 3 OPERATION INSTRUCTION ............................................ 4
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS .................................................. 4
PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE ........................................ 5 CORRECT ATTIRE ............................................................. 6 OPERATION ........................................................................ 7 CARGO ................................................................................ 7 MODIFICATION ................................................................... 8 ATTACHMENT .................................................................... 8 MUFFLER ............................................................................ 8 PARTS LOCATION.............................................................. 9 HORN BUTTON................................................................. 15 WINKER SWITCH ............................................................. 15 PASSING LIGHT SWICH .................................................. 15

EQUIPMENT USAGE........................................................ 16
STEERING WHEEL LOCK ................................................ 16 TOOL BOX ......................................................................... 16 FUEL .................................................................................. 16

CORRECT DRIVING OPERATION .............................. 17
STARTING THE ENGINE .................................................. 18 IF ENGINE CANNOT BE STARTED ................................. 19 GEAR SHIFTING ............................................................... 19 OPERATION ...................................................................... 20 HOW TO USE BRAKE....................................................... 20 PARKING ........................................................................... 20

METER READING AND

USAGE................................... 12

METER .............................................................................. 12 TACHOMETER .................................................................. 12 FUEL GAUGE .................................................................... 12 INDICATOR LAMPS .......................................................... 13

SELF INSPECTIONS BEFORE OPERATION .......... 21
INSPECTION OF CONCERNED AREA ............................ 21 BRAKES ............................................................................ 22 TIRES ................................................................................ 24 BATTERY .......................................................................... 25 THROTTLE OPERATION .................................................. 26 CLUTCH ............................................................................ 27

SWITCH OPERATION ...................................................... 13
MAIN SWITCH .................................................................... 13 HEADLIGHT・POSITION LAMP ....................................... 14 STARTER BUTTON .......................................................... 15

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DRIVE CHAIN ................................................................... 28 ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK ............................................. 28 CHANGING ENGINE OIL .................................................. 29 LIGHTS AND WINKER ...................................................... 30 BACK MIRROR .................................................................. 30 LICENSE PLATE ............................................................... 30 FRAME AND ENGINE NUMBERS .................................... 30 MAINTENANCE .................................................................. 31 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE ............................................ 32 MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS ...................................... 34 AIR CLEANER ELEMENT ................................................. 35 IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT ............................................. 35 WHEEL DISASSEMBLE .................................................... 36 SIDE STAND ..................................................................... 37 SPARK PLUG .................................................................... 38 FUSE REPLACEMENT ..................................................... 39 CABLE RUBBER PART ..................................................... 40 CLEANING ......................................................................... 40 STORAGE GUIDE ............................................................. 41

SAFE DRIVING ....................................................................... 42
PREPARATION BEFORE DRIVING ............................ 42 DRIVING METHOD ............................................................ 44
DRIVING POSITION ...........................................................44 PRECAUTION WHEN DRIVING ....................................... 43 STARTING ......................................................................... 45 TURNING METHOD ...........................................................46 PRINCIPLE OF TURN ....................................................... 46 EFFECT OF SPEED .......................................................... 46 3 POSITIONS OF TURNING ............................................. 47 TURNING METHOD .......................................................... 48 PRECAUTION WHEN TURNING ...................................... 49

BRAKING METHOD .......................................................... 50
BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BRAKE(FRICTION FORCE) ........ 50 RESTRAINT OF BRAKE EFFECT (INERTIA) .................. 50 BRAKING METHOD .......................................................... 51
COMPARISION OF BRAKING DISTANCE ........................51 IMPACT WHEN COLLISION ..............................................51

WIRING DIAGRAM................................................................ 52

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SPECIFICATION

ITEM
LENGTH ×WIDTH × HEIGHT(mm) WHEEL BASE(mm) GROUND CLEARANCE(mm) SEAT HEIGHT(mm) WEIGHT(kgf) PASSENGER ENGINE TYPE PISTON DISPLACEMENT(cc) BORE AND STROKE(mm) STARTING SYSTEM TRANSMISSION TYPE

DATA
2,110 ×795 ×1,160 1,357 167 732 127 2 AIR COOLED 4 STORKE 4 VALVE 124.1 56.5× 49.5 START MOTOR / KICK 5 STEPS RETURN

ITEM
IGNITION SYSTEM BATTERY CAPACITY FUEL CAPACITY(ℓ ) TIRE SIZE FR. RR. SUSPENSION FR. RR. FR. BRAKE SPARK PLUG FUSE(A) RR.

DATA
C.D.I 12V 9AH 10.5 90 / 90 - 18 110 / 90 - 16 TELESCOPIC SWING ARM HYDRAULIC DISK DRUM BRAKE CR8EH-9 15A

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leading t o an imp roper en gine startin g or may cause serious damage to an engine. Horn. ● For safety. ● Observe the speed regulations. However.29 4:55 PM 페이지4 OPERATION INSTRUCTION This manual describes matters pertaining to correct operation. ● Do use genuine oil to protect and extend vehicle life. Please don't let this happen to you and always approach the operation of your vehicle with the safety considerations needed. ● As far as any defect cau sed b y co ntaminated gasoline or oil. ● Beware of muffler after driving as it is still hot to be burnt. ● Be sure to put on gloves at all time. safe operatio n and simple maintenance of the v ehi cle y ou purchased. SAFETY PRECAUTIONS ●Careful driving and the wearing of proper attire and safety equipment are the most important factors in the safe operation of the vehicle. always keep in mind and ob ey t he no tes o f precaut io n pri nt ed on th e“ S a f e t y Precaution Label” attached to the motorcyle. When operating the motorcycle. which can lead to accidents.12. ● Regularly conduct specified maintenance inspections.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Especially never children touch on it. 4 . after becoming accustomed to the operations are often discarded. ● Be sure to wear helmet at all time. and close the supply of fuel to the carburetor. To ensure more comfortable and safer operation. make sure to read this manual carefully prior to operation. ●The photographs and drawings shown in this manual may differ from those of actual vehicles due to changes in vehicle specifications and modifications made. O therwse it cause rust inside the fuel tank. alteration or modification the vehicle. no warranty shall be assured. Lights. ●Many new vehicle ow ners operate their newly purchased vehicles w ith great care an d attentio n to safety factors. Oil. Instruments ● Do not use polluted gasoline. <Maintenance Inspection Points> Brakes. do not change. ●Th is motorcycle is design ed for 2 ri ders in cludi ng the operator. Please obey traffic regulations and do not be hurried and careless. Tires.

Start engine in well-ventilated places. ● When carrying goods. Hold the handle tightly with both hands.12. this may cause severe injury.29 4:55 PM 페이지5 PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE ● Read user's manual carefully. ● Conduct maintenance checks prior to operation. 5 . Be prohibited the riding with children as passengers (as above photo) Otherwise. securely fasten them.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ● Make sure to stop engine and stay away from fire when fueling. ● For safety. ● Using one hand or no hands while driving may cause an accident resulting in severe injury. ● Exhau st gas co ntains h armful sub stance s uch as carb on monoxide. ● Always maintain motorcycle in clean statu s and carry out specified maintenance checks. ● Don’ t drive with one hand.

●Be sure you and your passenger always wear a helmet. Choose f it ting and low-heeled shoes 6 . ●Do not wear slippers which might obstruct brake operation or transmission gear operation. ●Many automobile/motorcycle accidents happen because the automobile driver does not “see” the motorcyclist. Wear gloves and safety goggles. eye protection and other protective apparel when you ride. ●D o not wear uniforms w hich might hinder operation.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Make yourself conspicuous to help avoid the accident that wasn’t your fault : .12. It is dangerous if the uniform is caught by brake lever or by the rotating part of drive chain.Don’t ride in another motorist’s “blind spot”. Be sure wear helmet at al l time and the hel met chin st rap secur ely fastened.29 4:57 PM 페이지6 CORRECT ATTIRE ●Always make sure to wear helmet for safety. ●Not wearing a helmet increases the chance of serious injury or death in a crash. W ear shi r t s or jackets with tight Always put on gl oves. .Wear bright or reflective clothing.

영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.29 4:58 PM 페이지7 OPERATION CARGO ● When carrying cargo. and relax your shoulders and wrists while ● Overloading or improper loading may cause securely holding the handles. the normal speed. ● Driving pose has a great influence on safe operation. unpaved roads constantly change in surface quality. ● Please check whether or not you are unnaturally strained and ● Make sure not to overload the motorcycle with goods as this strung up. ● A passenger should hold on to the vehicle or the operator with both hands and keep both feet on the pillion step bar. Especially do not sit at the rear seat because it may lessen the weight of front wheel and cause trembling steering wheel. turnover of the vehicle. ● When wanting to turn. It is unsafe if the body is not moved in union with the vehicle. will be different. ● Curvy roads and poor. especially when turning. a crash and severe injury. Please always maintain the center of your body in the middle Secur ely f asten them of seat. 7 . Unstable handling or slow steering response may result. the motorcycle. Driving o n these roads can be unsafe if certain safety precautions are not followed. slightly lean to body toward the direction of the turn. slow down to at least half tightly whiling driving. ● Pay attention not to overload goods and fasten it anticipate coming road conditions. you must keep in mind that operating ● Operators should naturally fix bodies to keep smooth driving.12. ● Driving with one or both hands not holding the handles ● Do not attach large or heavy items (such as a cause severe injury or death of the driver resulted from the sleeping bag or tent) to the handle bars or fork. can make the motorcycle unstable during operation. ● In order to safely drive through these driving conditions.

reduce ground clearance and banking angle. ●Modifications : no warranty shall be assured. steering travel or control operation.12.. Handling may be seriously impaired of so equipped. Eapecially never children touch on it. don't attach any extra lighting device. ●This motorcycle was not designed to pull a sidecar or trailer. ●Carefu lly in spect the accessory to make sure it does not obscure any lights. MUFFLER ●Pay particular attention to fellow passenger so that he or she can prevent getting burnt by the hot muffler during travel. A blown fuse could cause a dangerous loss of lights or engine power. ATTACHMENT ●Except design ated attachment by DAEL IM MOTO R CO . ● Pay attention to park where pedestrian zoon. ●D o n ot ad d elect ri cal equ ip ment t hat w il l exceed the motorcycle’s electrical system capacity..29 4:58 PM 페이지8 MODIFICATION ●Modification of veh icle structu re of function deteriorates manipulatability or causes exhaust noise to become louder shortening the vehicle life. or limit suspension travel.it might be fired 8 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. These modifications are not only prohibited by law but also are the acts harmful to other people. ● If haystack or vinyl is stuck to the muffler. otherwise it cause premature discharging of battery. ● Beware of muffler after driving as it is still hot to be burnt. LTD.

29 4:58 PM 페이지9 PARTS LOCATION SPEEDOMETER BACK MIRROR FUEL GAUGE TACHOMETER BACK MIRROR FRONT BRAKE FLUID RESERVOIR CHOKE LEVER PASSING SWITCH FRONT BRAKE LEVER THROTTLE GRIP CLUTCH LEVER HEADLIGHT DIMMER SWITCH HEADLIGHT SWITCH STARTER BUTTON WINKER SWITCH HORN BUTTON FUEL TANK CAP MAIN SWITCH 9 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.12.

29 5:0 PM 페이지10 PARTS LOCATION FRONT BRAKELEVER FUEL T ANK CAP BACK REST T OOL BOX TAIL LIGHT FRONT TIRE REAR TIRE PILLION STEP BAR BATTERY/FUSE BRAKEDISK MAIN STEP BAR REAR BRAKE PEDAL 10 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.12.

29 5:1 PM 페이지11 PARTS LOCATION CLUTCH LEVER MAIN SWI TC H FUEL COCK FRONT CUSHION REAR CUSHION PILLION STEP BAR GEAR CHANGE PEDAL AIR CLEANER ELEMENT MAIN STAND SIDE STAND 11 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.12.

<TRIP METER> Indicates travel distance from the point the meter is reset to “0”. DANGER ZONE(RED ZONE) 12 . the tachometer needle cannot be entered danger zone(red zone) due to excessive engine running. immediately fill gasoline. ●Pay particular attention because idle engine running or abrupt acceleraion in the 1st or 2nd gear may cause the tachometer needle to be in thedanger zone(red zone). To reset meter. engine will be damaged.12. during travel. Maintain legal speed limits to ensure safe operation.29 5:2 PM 페이지12 METER READING AND USAGE METERS <SPEEDOMETER> Indicates s peed in km/h during travel. Danger zone means the engine revolution limit and. TACHOMETER Indicates engine revolutions. <ODOMETER> Indicates total operating distance in km.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Balance at this time is approxi-mately 1.) If needle is within " E" mark. (rpm) FUEL GAUGE TACHOMETER TRI P METER ●Make sure. if engine is run beyond this danger limit. turn the trip meter knob to the direction of arrow. (The fuel gauge needle always indicates gasoline level regardless of whether main switch is in "OFF" position or in "ON" position. SPEEDOMETER ODOMETER TR IP M ETER RESET KN OB FUEL GAUGE Indicates amount of gasoline in fuel tank.0 litres.

12. Power is Key cannot supplied to electrical be removed circuits Stops engine. <NEUTRAL INDICATOR> Turned on when the main switch is in “ON” position and gear is in neutral position.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Cut off all electrical circuits and steering wheel is locked Can be removed Can be removed OFF LOCK OFF HEADLIGHT HIGH-BEAM INDICATOR NEUTRAL INDICATOR KEY ON MAIN SWITCH LOCK 13 . Cuts off all electrical circuits. the winker located in the direction of turning is turned “on” SWITCH OPERATION MAIN SWITCH Main switch is used to turn on or turn off engine Key position ON Function Key removal WINKER Starts engine.29 5:2 PM 페이지13 INDICATOR LAMPS Winker blinks when turn signal lamp is blinking. <HEADLIGHT HIGH-BEAM INDICATOR> Turned on when the headlight is in highbeam position. <WINKER INDICATOR> If main switch is turned “ON” and winker is activated.

<HEADLIGHT HIGH OR LOW BEAM OPERATION> High beam or low beam can be operated by the use of high/low beam switch. Headlight placed on low beam HEADLIG HT HIG H/LOW BEAM S WI TCH 14 . This lets approaching vehicles know of your position and is helpful for safe driving.12.make sure to lock the steering wheel and remove key.. H P HEADLIGHT・POSITION LAMP <TURNING ON HEADLIGHT> Put main switch key in “ON” position and turn on headlight switch.. ●Do not operate the main switch key during travel as it might cause unexpected accidents. HEADLIG HT SW ITCH ●Do not operate main switch key while driving.29 5:3 PM 페이지14 SWITCH OPERATION Switch position Funcation Headlight and tali/stop light turned on Position lamp and taillight tu rned on . stop the vehicle first prior to removing. If the main switch key is placed on “Off” or “Lock” position. Headlight placed on high beam LO. L ight turned off ●When you travel after sunset. all electrical system will not function. ●Prior to dismounting from the vehicle. If it is necessary to remove the main switch key.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005... put headlight in low-beam. HI.

winker is brinking. ●If the headlight is placed on highbeam. return winker switch to its original position.. HORN BUTTON If horn button is pressed when main switch is in “ON” position. Turn to right L .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. horn is sounded PASSING LIGHT SWITCH This switch is used to let other operators know your intention of passing other vehicles.29 5:4 PM 페이지15 STARTER BUTTON If you press this button.. <HOW TO USE> Press passing light switch PAS SIN G LIGHT SWITCH HORN B UTTON WINKER SWITCH STARTER BUTTON Use winker switch when you turn to left or right <HOW TO USE> If this switch is turned on when the main switch is in “ON” status. To release winker operation.. this switch will not operate... 15 ..12. starter motor runs and engine is started. Turn to left WINK ER SWITC H ●Do not press starter button repeatedly because it consumes great amount of power causing battery to be exhausted sooner. R .

<HOW TO USE> Use main switch key to open or close the tool box cover. turn the steering wheel to left and righ t to verify if turning angles of left and right are equal. the main switch key will not be removed) TOOL BOX Tool box is behind the seat. <REFULELING> ● Open key cover . turn key to right and fuel tank cap is opened.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. <HOW TO RELEASE> Release in the reverse order of locking MAIN SWITCH KE Y ●T o mak e su re s teerin g w heel is locked properly. ●Park the v ehi cle i n p laces free o f traffic. (If the fuel tank cap is not locked. insert main switch key . INSPECTION BEFORE STARTING FUEL CHECK Check gasoline to sec if the gasoline level is sufficient to operate vehicle to destinations. ● Fill gasolin e up the bo ttom o f lev el plate located at the lower side of tank mouth. ●Prior to operation. <HOW TO LOCK> ① Tu rn th e st eeri ng wh eel to left completely. ② Insert main switch key. 16 . Safeguard owners manual or maintenance note book can be kept in this box. lightly turn steering wh eel to left and rig ht and verify lock. ④ Remove the key. TOOL BOX ● Make sure to stop engine and st ay away fro m fire wh en fueling.29 5:4 PM 페이지16 EQUIMENT USAGE STEERING WHEEL LOCK To prevent from being theft. If the steering wheel cannot be locked. ● If gasoline is filled aboved the level plate bottom.12. mov e the s teering wh eel sligh tly to right and left while turning the key. gasoline may overflow. ● Push the tank cap correctly with hands and remove the main switch key. ③ Turn the key 180° to the right. lock steering wheel when parking the vehicle.

. .. the rear wheel may touch with the ground and cause injury due to a sudden movement of the vehicle. fuel will run out during travel and vehicle cannot be operated.. After refueling return the lever to “ON”position.0 liter ● Make sure to check th e oil. ● Do not operate the throttle while the main stand is set. etc. Otherwise.. before starting the engine. ● Please ensure that the main stand and the side stand are in a up -po sition when starting the engine. dri ve moderately avoiding fast starts and fast acceleration.Gasoline is supplied..12. .Fuel is not supplied. Reserve fuel capacity: Approximately 1. FUEL TANK CAP <FUEL COOK> The fuel cock lever arrow indicates operating position.000 km) after purchasing the vehicl e. ● Make sure that the front wheel is locked when starting the engine.29 5:5 PM 페이지17 FUEL COCK LEVEL PLATE BOTTOM CORRECT DRIVING OPERATION put the lever in “RES” position and repuel immediately.. gasoline. ● Drive with care for both safety reasons and longer vehicle life.. Set to this position except when the vehicle is operated ●RES. If fuel runs out while driving with the fuel cock lever placed in the “ON” position. .Indicates reserve fuel.Set fuel cock to this position when starting engine ●OFF. in order to prevent the vehicle from springing out and causing injury. ● Keep holding the brake lever at start-up ●If th e l ev er i s no t turn ed to “ON” reserve.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. 17 . ●ON . ● For 1 mo nth(or 1.

and close cho ke l ever com plet ely. open throttle grip approximately 1/8 to 1/4 and press starter button. If engine is not started with throttle grip closed. Verify sid e s tan d is p os iti vely in original position and start slowly. Open choke lever all the way. Close throttle gri p and p ress starter button. 6. 3.(V erify thi s w ith neutral indicator lamp) 18 . run engine idle with the choke lever slightly closed. pull and release throttle grip repeatedly to run engine idle until engine is heated. Once engine is started. Turn on main switch. 1/8 1/4 <WHEN ENGINE IS HOT(SUMMER)> 1. 3. If eng ine warming up takes time.12. V erify si de st and i s po sit iv ely in original position and start slowly. Put gear in n eut ral.29 5:5 PM 페이지18 STARTING THE ENGINE <WHEN ENGINE IS COLD(WINTER)> 1. ●If engine cannot be started. refer to next page for more details. 2. Put gear in neutral. 2. Turn on main switch. 5. CHOKE LEVER 4. verify fuel cock lever is in “ON” position) 5. Make sure fuel cock lever is in “ON” position. Clo se thrott le grip and pres s s tarter button. 7. Make sure fuel cock lever is in “ON” position.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. 6. (Verify this with neutral indicator lamp) 4. (If engine is not started with 1-2 times of trial.

Start engine in wellventilated places. transmission may be damaged. This is to recover battery voltage. ●If engine is not started within 3 seco nds after starter bu tto n is pressed. If y ou ride t oo fast. ●Touch pedal lightly with foot and shift gear perfectly until you hear “Click” at the pedal. Make sure gear is in neutral p osi tion o r dis en gage cl utch prior to starting engine. wait for approximately 10 seconds and retry.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. mo torcy cl e may b ri ng out to fall. If engine cannot be started or vehicle does not move. ●Is there fuel in fuel tank? ●Are you operating in accordance w ith the instructions given in user’s manual? ●Is fuse not cut? ●Is starter motor running? ●If starter motor is not running due to battery consumption. check the followings. <GEAR DOWN OPERATION> If you gear down when you need to drastically accelerate speed such as when you are passing another vehicle. it ad versely affects engine because engine revolution is excessive. and shift gear. ●If st art er b ut ton is p res sed w it hou t di seng agi ng clu tch. 1 GEAR CH ANGE PEDAL 19 .12. try starting motor by using kick start technique. If you apply excessive force when shifting gear. ●Close throttle grip and hold clutch lever perfectly. ●Do not run engine idle unreasonably.29 5:5 PM 페이지19 IF ENGINE CANNOT BE STARTED ●E xhaust gas contains harmful s ub stan ce su ch as carb on monoxide. speed can be accelerated. 23 4 5 GEAR SHIFTING Gear is shifted in 5-shift return system as shown on the right side drawing. This not only wastes fuel b ut als o adv ersely affects engine.

sandy places. HOW TO USE BRAKE ● Apply brakes on front wheel and rear wheel simultaneously. ● Put vehicle on main stand and park on level ground in places free of traffic. vehicle may fall. engine brake functions and. ●Select a safe place free of traffic and park vehicle. ● Put fuel cock to “OFF” position. shift gear down from 4th to 3rd and so forth. If you park vehicle on an uneven ground. ●Maintain legal speed limits. contact authorized maintenance shop immediately for inspection and necessary action. ●Start carefully as slow as possible. PARKING ● Put gear in neutral and put main switch to “OFF” position to stop engine. ●If is necessary to park in an unstable ground under unavoidable situation. ● Avoid unnecessary abrupt braking. vehicle may fall to side. When you travel on a long d es cent or o n a sh arp d escent . us e intermittent braking technique and engine brake simultaneously.12. tires slide off and may cause accidents. if you need stronger braking. vehicle may slide off sideway and fall. ●Muffler is hot. <ENGINE BRAKE> If you turn throttle grip in reverse. or if parked on a slope. <PARKING WHEN SIDE STAND IS USED> Stop vehicle on level ground and park with the steering wheel turned to left. ●If you hear abnormal noise during travel. 20 . take su fficient s afety measures to prevent vehicle from falling or moving.29 5:5 PM 페이지20 OPERATION ●Make sure s ide stand is in o rig inal position prior to starting vehicle. If the vehicle is parked in the following way. ●To save fuel an d maintain optimum v ehicl e l ife. If vehicle is broken in as above. ●If side stand mo ves unsatisfactorily.000rpm for first 1. vehicle may fall. ● If you apply brakes only on front wheel or rear wheel. ● A brupt downshift may cause the shake of rear parts. the life span of equipment is prolonged. <BREAK-IN OPERATION> Maintain engine revolution at a level less than 6. ●Shi ft g ear adequ ately accordin g to vehicle speed. Reduce speed and apply brake cautiously. uneven ground or soft ground. ● If you apply brakes abruptly during travel in rain or on wet road.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ● Avoid repeated brake operation as it may cause brake temperature to rise. leading to braking effect deterioration. ●If the vehicle is parked with the steering wheel turned to right. do n ot accelerate o r decelerate speed abruptly. Park vehicle in places where there is no danger for people to contact with vehicle.000km to break in vehicle. check lubrication state on side stand joint.

●License plate inspection. Ob serve safety rul es w hen conducting inspections. ●Be careful of burns when conducting inspections immediately after engine is stopped because the engine and muffler are hot. ●Drive chain inspection. ●Lights and winker inspection. ●Engine oil inspection. ●If y ou are u nab le t o correct trou ble ev en after y ou make ad jus tmen t or co rrecti on . ●Stop engine and remove the key prior to the vehicle maintenance service. dealers or d es ign at ed repai r sh op s for n ecess ary inspection and repairs. s oli d gro und wit h th e s tand erected. with engine running. ●Back mirror inspection. Do n ot carry out inspections on vehicle in closed places. 21 . INSPECTION OF CONCERNED AREA Check areas which caused for concern when last operating the vehicle.12.29 5:6 PM 페이지21 SELF INSPECTIONS BEFORE OPERATION Self i nsp ect th e mot orcycle an d have regu lar mai nt enance in spect ion s for increased s afet y and the p revention of accidents. contact authorized maintenance sh ops . Self inspections before operation should be perfo rm ed an a d aily b asi s prio r t o operating the vehicle.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ●Fuel check ●Brake inspection ●Tire inspection ●Battery acid level inspection ●Throttle grip Inspection ●Clutch inspection. ●Exhaust gas contains harmful s ubs tan ce su ch as carb on mono x-ide. ●Con duct ins pection s on flat. or in poorly ventilated places. ●Inspections of areas of concern.

22 . and check flui d w hen th e to p o f master cylinder cap is level. it is an ind icati on of b rake sy st em trouble. ●Replenish recommended brake fluid to u pp er level in sid e mas ter cyl ind er. ●Brake i s an i mpo rtant part which protects your life. ●Clean dust and oth er foreign matter from around master cylinder and take caution not to allow foreign matter to fall inside master cylinder ●Open cap screw and remove diaphragm. Check flu id level t o see if it is below lower level. paying attention t o t he d irecti on of diap hragm assembling.29 5:6 PM 페이지22 BRAKE CHECK FRONT WHEEL <BRAKE OIL INSPECTION> Put main stand in upright position on a flat ground and operate steel wheel. If fluid significantly is in low level. If this happens. ● Do not let brake fluid contact vehicle parts because it causes damage to painted parts. check fluid leaks or damage on system and inspect joints and clamps for looseness. Tighten cap accurately. and avoid ingress of foreign matter. it may indicate fluid leakage on brake system. do not u se brake fl uid o f different manufacturer.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ● To preven t o ccurrence o f ch emi cal change. check h ose and p ipe protective part to sec if they make contact with other parts when you make left or right turn due to vibration during travel. ● Ex erci se full cau ti on. In add iti on. RECOMMENDED BRAKE IS DOT 3~4 LOWER LEVEL ● Do not fill brak e fl uid abo ve upp er level as i t may caus e brake fluid to leak outside.12. check fluid leaks or brake system. SCREW MASTER CYLINDER CAP DIAPHRAGM PLATE DIAPHRAGM UPPER LEVEL REPLENISHING BRAKE OIL ●Move steering wheel and set the top of reserve tank level. If this happens. Make sure to inspect brake prior to daily use. not to al lo w du st or water to mix inside master cylinder. w hen replenishing brake fluid. ● If the amo un t o f brake fl uid decreases considerably.

영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. it indicates brake shoe has reached its life limit. Wo rn brake pad can cau se an accident due to lack of power 23 . adjust the pedal free play using the rear wheel brake adjuster nut. P A D W EAR LIMIT LINE After adjustment. BRAKE PEDAL FREE PLAY : 20~30mm <BRAKE SHOE INSPECTION> Push brake pedal completely and. “△” MARK ARROW MARK BRAKE PADAL REAR WHEEL Push the brake pedal with han ds for resistance and check if the pedal movement appropriate.29 5:7 PM 페이지23 BRAKE INSPECTION FRONT WHEEL <BRAKE PAD INSPECTION> Operate brake and. ●To adjust pedal free play. turn adjuster nut. if the brake arm arrow and the “△ ” on brake panel match each other. it indicates the pad has reached wear limit. ADJUSTER NUT ● In case brake pad or shoe reaches the w ear li mit lin e. If brake pedal movement is inappropriate.12. replace it immed-iately. push the brake pedal with hands until you feel resistance and check to see if the pedal free play is within prescribed range. if the brake pad wear limit line reaches the brake disc side.

25 SIZE FRONT REAR DAMAGE <CRACKS/DAMAGE> Check tire tread and sides for cracks and damage. WE AR IN DI CATO R (WE AR LI MIT MA R K IN G) WEAR IND IC AT O R LO CATIO N MAR K ING × × ABNORMAL WEAR 24 . That might have become wedged in the tire. NAILS ROCKS <TREAD DEPTH> ● Check th e wear ind icato r(wear limit marking) to see if there is an insufficient <ABNORMAL WEAR> amount of tread remaining. CRACKS <FOREIGN MATTER> Check tire tread and sides for nails.00 PRESSURE 2 PERSON FRONT 1. If you notice any abnormalities in the shape of the tire with regard to the area contacting the ground.29 5:8 PM 페이지24 TIRES <TIRE PRESSURE CHECK> Ch eck for an ap pro priat e lev el of ai r pressure by examining how the tire sits on the ground. rocks. with a new one. replace tire wear.75 1 PERSON TIRE RIDING REAR 2.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.75 (kg/ ㎠) RIDING REAR 2. etc. Check ti re t read for s igns of abn ormal ● If the indicators are visible. <TIRE PRESSURE> 90/90-18 110/90-16 FRONT 1. use a tire gauge to check tire pressure and adjust the tire pressure to the appropriate level.12.

영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Make sure. ③ Remove the negative pole side cord first and the positive pole side cord next. followed by side cord. Fill distilled water to near upper level. fuel over consumption and the excessive wear of tire outer area and excessive air pressure may cause easier wheel handling and lower fuel consumption. ●Place vehicle in upright p osition and check battery acid of each cell to see if it is between upper and lower level. please contact authorised maint-enance shops for inspection.29 5:8 PM 페이지25 BATTERY ACID LEVEL CHECK ●Remove the four flange bolts. UPPER LEVEL LOWER LEVEL 25 . damage o r abnormal wear on tires. BATTERY ACID REPLENISHING If the battery acid is insufficient.12. at this time. replenish distilled water in the following sequence. ⑤ Tighten the battery cap accurately to the vehicle and install battery. and take off the right lower cover. ●Insufficient air pressu re may cause the heavy steering wheel marking handiling difficult. If you have flat tires. replenish distilled water. But it may also cause the excessive wear of tire centerr area. ① Loo sen the bolt and o pen the battery band. that side cord is connected first. ④ Remove the battery and open the battery cap. If the battery acid is near lower level. ●Refer to page 34 for battery acid replenishing. ●If air pressure is inadequate or if there are cracks. ② Remove the battery breather tube from the battery. it may cause trembling steering w heel and flat tire. ●This vehicle is equ ipped with tubeless tires.

If the breather tube is removed. The standard free play should be approx.12. ●When battery holder is opened. turn the adjuster. ● After installing battery. ● Battery acid con tain s thi n sulfuric acid. ● Make sure cords are not twisted or i nserted w hen assemblin g battery to battery holder. ● If excessive amount of distilled water put in. 26 . Follow instructions on the label attached to vehicle for correct checking procedure. and co nsult medi cal doctor for necessary treatment.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. : 2~6 mm ●To adjust the free play. Prevent its contact with eyes or skin as it causes damage if contacted. Inadequate th rot tle grip free play can cause engine speed to rise suddenly when you turn the handlebars. THROTTLE OPERATION ●Check for smooth rotation of the throttle grip from the fu lly open to the fully closed po sition at b oth full steering positions. ●Measure the throttle grip free play at the throttle grip flange. verify th e breath er t ub e has b een accurately assembled to elbow. the battery acid causes damage to adjacent parts. it overflow s and cau ses corrosi on of affected part. immediately flush the affected area with clean for longer than 5 minutes. ADJUSTER ●O perating the motorcycle with an indequate throttle grip free play can b e hazardou s. If battery acid gets on part of your body. the battery in ternal pres su re rises an d battery case may be damaged.29 5:9 PM 페이지26 BATTERY CAP CORD BOLT B ATTER Y B REATHER TUBE BOLT ●Stay away from when handling battery. do not allow the side cord to contact metal part. If the tube is bent and clogged.

and using a graduated ruler. 27 . check the lever end free play to verify it is within prescribed level. loosen the clutch lever side lock nut and turn adjuster. Check at this time to see if clutch is engaged smoothly without slipping. ●A fter ad just men t is compl et ed .29 5:9 PM 페이지27 CLUTCH <LEVER FREE PLAY INSPECTION> Pull clutch lever until you feel resistance.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. <CLUTCH LEVER ADJUSTMENT> Adjust lever free play by using the clutch cable’s clutch lever sid e or clutch side adjuster. CLUTCH LEVER FREE PLAY: 10~20mm <CLUTCH OPERATION> ● When engine is idling. pull clutch lever all the way and see if there is abnormal noise or if you feel unusual heaviness. pu ll clutch lever with hands until you feel resistance and verify the lever end free play is within prescribed level. ●Clutch side lock nut and adjust with adjuster. ●For fine adjustment.12. start engine and verify gear change pedal is operating smoothly. ● Slowly release clutch lever and start. ■MAJOR ADJUSTMENT LOCK NUT ADJUSTER ■FINE ADJUSTMENT LO CK NUT ADJUSTER ● Upon completion of adjustment.

0Kg-m ●Tighten an adjuster nut. without locking. ●If sprocket is worn or damaged. soil or sand. CHAIN ADJUSTER LOCK NUT ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK ● Put vehicle in upright position on flat ground and check engine oil level and degree of pollution.or if it is smeared with dust. check the rear brake pedal oeration. waster msterial. ● Insert oil level gauge. and make necessary adjustment by turning adjuster nut. ● If the oi l l evel is near lo wer level. After approximately 2~3 minutes. ●Tighten an axle nut.replace. and check oil level after removing oil gauge.and tighten lock nut. AXLE NUT ADJUSTER NUT ●Make sure the right and left chain adjuster graduation are set in the same position.29 5:10 PM 페이지28 DRIVE CHAIN INSPECTION ● Put vehicle in upright position on main stand and move the center of front and rear sprocket up and down with hands to determine if the chain free play is within prescribed range. loosen axle and put the left and right lock nuts. optima free play : 15~25mm ● If free play is great.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. If roller is damaged or pin is loose. put vehicle in upright position and check eng ine oil and verify the oil level is between the upper and lower level of oil level gauge.replace chain.Clean dust and other foreign matter. <DRIVE CHAIN INSPECTION> ●Check drive chain tension and spocket wear and damage. and apply lubricants on clean chain. replenish oil to upper level. ●Tightening torque :7.12. UPPER LEVEL LOWER LEVEL ●After adjusting chain. OIL LEVEL GAUGE 28 .Check chain to determain if it is dry. ● Run engine idle for approximately 2~3 minutes on flat ground and stop engine.

and oil drain bolt. ●If oil level is lower or higher than prescribed level.29 5:11 PM 페이지29 CHANGING ENGINE OIL If engine oil is polluted. SF. no warranty shall be assured. ●Clean oil filter screen. o-ring. Maintain appropriate level of oil. ●D o n ot mix oil wi th t hose o f d ifferen t manu facturers o r grade. muffler and engine oil are still hot. and replenish oil up to the upper level of the oil level gauge. OIL CAPACITY: 1. ●Stop engine and place a container under the engine.0ℓ <RECOMMENDED OIL> ● Do use genuine oil to protect and extend vehicle life ● As far as any defect caused by contaminated gasolin or oil. GRADE(SE. OI L FILTER SCREEN OIL DRAIN BOLT 29 . D ispose of used oil properly. use correct typ e of oil and observe oil exchange period. engine is adversely affected.12. ●Close oil filter screen. ● Be careful not to lose the oil fil ter s creen sp ring w hen assembling the oil drain bolts. be careful of burns because the engine. SH) OIL FILTER SC REEN SPRING ● Be sure to keep oil away from ch ildren and pets. ●Stand vehicle on the main stand on level ground and run engine idle (warm up) for approximately 2-3 minutes. ●Check the condition of oil filter screen seal rubber and. Remove oil level gauge and drain bolt.000km. or do not use low-quality oil as it may cause deterioration of oil. If oil overflows. ●If you change engine oil immediately after engine is stopped. ●Ex ercise caution not to allow dust or other foreign matter to flow in w hen refilling engin e oil. leading to accidents. ●Clean the oil filter screen with fresh clean in g o il every 4. spring.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. it seriously affects the engine life span. wipe off oil clean.

Also check to see if there is any damage to the lens or if there is dirt on the brake light. BACK MIRROR Sit squarely on the seat and check to see if you have a good view behind the vehicle by looking at the rear view mirrors.12. ● Frame number is stamped on the right side of steering head. ● Engine number is stamped on left crank case. ENGINE NUMBER 30 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Check to see if all the winker in the front and rear of the vehicle(including left and right sides) are flashing properly. While separately operating the front and rear brakes. Also check for dirt and damage o n the rear view mirrors.29 5:12 PM 페이지30 LIGHTS AND WINKER [HEAD LIGHT. Also check to see if the lights are damaged or if there is dirt on them. check to make sure that the automatic sound signal of the winker is working. check to see if the brake light turns on. TAIL LIGHT] Start the engine and make sure the lights turn on. Also check to see if the license plate is firmly secured to the vehicle. Check also to see if any of the lens are damaged or dirty. FRAME AND ENGINE NUMBERS The frame and engine numbers are needed w hen regis terin g mo torcycle or when ordering parts. [BRAKE LIGHT CHECK] Turn the main switch to ON. FR AME NUMB ER LICENSE PLATE Check to see if there is any dirt or damage to the license plate. At the same time. [WINKER CHECK] Turn the main switch to ON.

It is essential that your motorcycle be served as scheduled to retain its high level of safety.29 5:12 PM 페이지31 MAINTENANCE ●The Required Maintenance Schedule specifies how often you should have your motorcycle served.12. will require more frequent service than specified in the MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE. Consult your authorized Daelim dealer for recommendations applicable to your individual needs and use. Sustained high speed operation. and emission control performance. or operation in unusually wet or dusty conditions.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ●These instructions are based on the assumption that the motorcycle will be used exclusively for its designed purpose. 31 . dependability. and what things need attention.

LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY R: REPLACE L: LUBRICATE C: CLEAN FREQUENCY ITEM ★ ★ ★ ★ FUEL LINE FUEL FILTER THROTTLE OPERATION CARBURETOR CHOKE AIR CLEANER ELEMENT SPARK PLUG ★ ★ ★ ★★ VALVE CLEARANCE CARBURETOR IDLE ENGINE OIL ENGINE OIL FILTER DRIVE CHAIN BATTERY ACID I R R I I × 1.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.000Km MONTH ODOMETER READING(NOTE1) 1 4 6 8 12 12 18 16 24 REMARK I R I I R I I I R R I I R I I R R I I R R I I R I I R I I I R R I I R I I R R I I R R I NOTE( 2) Every 1. I: INSPECT AND.29 5:12 PM 페이지32 MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Perform the Self Inspections Before Operation at each scheduled maintenance period.12.000 : I and L 32 . ADJUST. CLEAN.

or at indicated odometer interval. (3) Replace every 2 years. or repair centers. NUTS. or if you feel you are not capable to perform maintenance on this vehicle.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.000Km MONTH ODOMETER READING(NOTE 1) 1 1 4 6 8 12 12 18 16 24 REMARK NOTE( 3) I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I R I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I ★ If you do not have the appropriate tools or information to conduct maintenance. NOTES : (1) At higher odometer readings. (2) Service more frequently when riding in unusually wet or dusty areas.12. FASTENERS WHEELS / TIRES STEERING HANDLE BEARING ×1. inspections and maintenance of these parts must be carried out by dealers. ★★ To ensure safety. 33 . contact authorized dealers or repair shops for maintenance and repairs. repeat at the frequency interval established here.29 5:12 PM 페이지33 FREQUENCY ITEM ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ BRAKE FLUID BRAKE SHOE / PAD WEAR BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE STOP SWITCH HEADLIGHT ADJUSTMENT SUSPENSION CLUTCH SIDE STAND ★ ★★ ★★ BOLTS. Replacement requires mechanical skill. whichever comes first.

12. <DISASSEMBLING> ● Lo os en four screw an d remov e ai r cleaner case cover. and other vital parts for damage. genuine Daelim parts or t hei r eq ui val en t fo r maintenance and repair. ● Choose a flat surface and make su re th e main s tand is i n a secure down position. SCREW AIR CLEANER COVER 34 . accessories. ● Cond uct eng ine maint en an ce with the engine key out of the ignition. Pl eas e alw ay s refer to th is section when wanting to inspect or repair your vehicle. the waste material must be packed in th e specified container and ent rust ed d is po sal t o the authorized disposal company. AIR CLEANER ELEMENT ● Al ways o bserve safet y ru les when performing maintenance on the vehicle. ● Use correct tools. ●If your motorcycle is overturned or involved in a collision. ● Be careful arou nd the engine an d muffler when performing maintenance as these areas can become extremely hot. including frame. <ASSEMBLING> ● As semb le in t he op po si te order o f disassembling. ● Exhaust gas contain s harmful su bst ance such as carbo n monoxide. ● Lo os en fou r was her screw an d ai r cleaner element. with engine running. Parts wh ich are no t of equ iv alent quality may impair the safety of your motorcycle and the effective operation of the emission control systems. for m isal ign ment and damage that you may not be able to detect. ● Replace element after each operation of 4. clean ing and parts replacin g. suspension and steering part s. calipers. Do not carry out inspections on vehicle in clos ed place.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Have your authorized Daelim dealer inspect the major components. ● Aft er self m ai nt enance. Do not ride the motorcycle if damage impairs safe operation. brak e hoses.29 5:12 PM 페이지34 MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS The following is an explanation of correct insp ection methods. inspect con trol lev ers . o r in poorly ventilated places. cabl es . <INSPECTION> ● This vehicle is equipped with viscous type air cleaner element containing oil and the element cannot be cleaned.000km. ●Use new .

it caus es inefficient engine starting.29 5:13 PM 페이지35 AIR CLEANER ELEMENT IDLE SPEED ADJUSTMENT ① Put vehicle in upright position on a flat ground. ③ U sing the th rottle stop screw . adjust idling to prescribed level. ② Start engine and let it run idle for a few minutes.400± 100rpm ④ T ig ht en u p pil ot screw and l oos e backward 1 ¾ to open. Assemble correctly. inducing cylinder wear or o utp ut deterioration an d ad versely affectin g eng ine durability. If there is a change. repeat the process described in paragraph ③ and ④ SET SP R ING ● If ai r cleaner element i s inadequately assembled. ⑤ O perate throttle lever lightly and verify there is no change in the number of idle running. IDLING REVOLUTION: 1. ●Wh en cl eani ng veh icle. THROTTLE STOP SCREW 35 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. dust and oth er forei gn matters are ab sorbed di rectly in to the element. be careful not to allow water to get into air cleaner. If w ater gets ins id e ai r cl ean er.12.

0KG-M] ● After assembling.29 5:13 PM 페이지36 WHEEL DISASSEMBLE [FRONT WHEEL] ①Put vehicle in upright position on the main stand on level ground and let front wheel lifted in the air ②Loosen oval head screw and remove speedmeter cable ③ Loosenaxle nut and separate wheel axle and wheel. 36 . operate brake for a number of times and see if wheel is turning smoothly without getting interruption.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. match the depressedpart( )of the speedometer gearbox with the projected part of the left front fork. SPEEDOMETER CABLE DEPRESSED PART( ) OVAL SCR EW ●Do not mainpulate brake lever after you remove wheel as it will make wheel assembling difficult [FRONT WHEEL] ●Assemble in the opposite order of disassembling.12. ●Prior to assembling. AXLE NUT [FRONT AXLE NUT TORQUE 6.

29 5:14 PM 페이지37 REAR WHEEL [REAR WHEEL REMOVAL] ① Set veh icle on main stand in upright position on level ground. ADJUSTER ADJUSTER NUT AXLE NUT SIDE STAND ● Erect main stand and place vehicle in upright position on level ground. SWING ARM REAR AXLE NUT TORQUE : 7. ●Check s ide stand spring for signs of damage and lubrication state on joints. match the depressed part of the brake panel to the projected part of the right side swing arm.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.0kg-m After assemble. ② Unscrew the lef and right side lock nuts and loosen adjuster. ⑤ Assemble in the opposite order of disassembling.(10~20mm) 37 . ④ Unscrew axle nut and separate wheel axle and rear wheel. engine will stop directly. ③ L oosen the rear b rake j oint nut and remove breake rod from the brake arm. When assembling. BRAKE ROD LOCK NUT BRAKE J O INT NUT Side st and Side stand switch Main stan d ● If the side stand put-down. adjuster the rear brake and drive chain free play.12.

turn 1/2 and tighten using a plug wrench. ● Clean around the plug.8-0. ● Remove spark plug cap. remove plug. An improperly tightened plug can beco me v ery h ot and possibly damage the engine. ● The spark pl ug must be s ecurely tightened. turn 1/3~1/4 and tighten PLUG GAP ● If th e plug of differen t maker or different heat valu e is used . use the suitable spark plug for this driving condition. replace the electrode. ● Clean plug with plug cleaner. If plug is reused. inadequate engine revolution and output deterioration. it cau ses un sati sfacto ry eng in e starting. use the CR7EH-9 plug instead of standard plug CR8EH-9 38 .Do not allow contaminants to enter the engine through the spark plug hole when the plug is removed. PLUG GAP: 0.29 5:14 PM 페이지38 SPARK PLUG If electrode is stained or plug gap is not right. ● Using a plug wrench. Do not overtighten or cross thread the spark plu g or th e alu minu m threads of the cylinder head will be damaged. ● To install a spark plug. In case starter isn’t working well in driving repeatedly in a short distance or in an area with many traffic signals. ● Check electrode for wear and corrosion.9mm ● Tig ht en wi th han ds u nti l the pl ug washer touches cylinder head.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ev en thoug h we produce standard plug. ● Meas ure the spark plug g ap using a feeler gauge. <DEALING WITH POOR STARTING> When the start er do esn ’t work during driving in winter times or in a repeated short distance. Clean and make adjustment. STANDARD PLUG: CR8EH-9 ● If new plug is installed. turn it in as far as possible with your fing ers.12. Poor starting may happen when nonstop driv ing in low speed . then t ig hten i t wit h a w rench . if the center of electrode became round. satisfactory spark is not produced.

causing a dangerous loss of lights or engine power. make sure that fuse holder isn’t separated. Serious damage to the electrical system or a fire may result. ch eck if fu se mo ves easily to a line. ●When disassemble fuse. FU SE CO N NEC TOR 39 . ●After assembling fuse in the part of co nn ect or. be sure to replace them with the recommended parts.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ●Fus e is installed insid e fuse ho lder located near battery. FUSE H OLDER <DISASSEMBLY> ●N ever use a fuse with a d ifferent rating from that specified. open fuse holder.12. If fuse moves easily. it is an in di catio n o f trouble. ●When washing the motorcycle take s peci al card not to all ow to b e splashed in the area of the fuse. an d pu ll o ut th e fu se con necto r crosswise.29 5:15 PM 페이지39 FUSE REPLACEMENT Turn off main switch and check fuse for sign of cut. hold both ends of fuse cord and pull up. ●When replacing any of the electrical parts (lights and gauges). and take off the right lower cover. ●If the new ly replaced fuse is burned ag ain so on . it may cause an accident at heating. <ASSEMBLY> CORD ●Turn the ignition switch OFF before ch ecki ng or rep lacin g fuse to prevent accidental short-circuiting. Using different parts can lead to the fuses burning out or damage to the battery. ●T o s eparate fus e. ●Remove the four flange bolts.

If any damage is found. as water inside the brake system may weaken the braking power. Several applications may be necessary to restore normal braking performance.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Water inside the muf fler m ay c ause an impr oper engine starting or rust occurrence. When washin g t he car. d o n ot d irectly spray water on to the rubber part is dirty. 4. ●Parking efficiency may be temporarily impaired immediately after washing the vehicle. Strong detergent residue can corrode alloy parts.Test the brakes befor riding the motorcycle . 2. and let it run for several minutes.Anticipate longer stopping distance to avoid a possible accident. rinse the motorcycle thoroughly with plenty of clean water. ●High pressure water (or air) can damage certain parts of the motorcycle. Lightly apply the brake while driving at a slow speed and check the braking power. Upon completion of washing. 3. wear. 1. If the braking power has been weakened. rep lace w it h t he new on immediately. ●Do not let water get inside the braking system during the wa shing.Dry the motorcycle . After cleaning . etc. and oil. INSPECTION PART RUBBER INSPECTION PART ● Infiltration of the foreign materials or w ater cau sed by d amage o f lever(disengagement.29 5:15 PM 페이지40 CABLE RUBBER PART A rubber part is assembled on the cable to protect the inner cable. start the engine.Lubricate the drive chain immediately after washing and drying the motorcycle . Make sure that this part is placed firmly around the correct part of the cable.12. CLEANING Clean your motorcycle regularly to protect t he surface fi nis hes an d i ns pect for damage. a pply brake lightly while driving at a slow speed to dry up the brake system. use a dry cloth to clean this area. select a safe place where there is no traffic obstruction. ●Make sure to stop the engine prior to car washing. sudden accel atio n an d b raki ng force decrease. ●Be careful not to allow water to enter the muffler during the washing. a nd sta rt the vehicle. coolant or brake fluid leakage.) may cause freezing in winter season resulting in faulty operation. tearing. 40 .

12. ● Inflate the tires to their recommended press ures. <REMOVAL FROM STORAGE> ● Uncover and clean the motorcycle. Slow charge the battery once a month. free of dampness with a minimum of daily temperature variation. ● Perform all Self Insp ections Before Operation checks (page 21). Wax all painted surfaces. Do not store the mo torcycle in direct sunlight. to assure proper performance after storage. ● Charge the battery as required. ● Empty the fuel tank into an approved gasoline container using a commercially available hand siphon or an equivalent method. 41 . such as fo r win ter. necessary repairs should be made BEFO RE sto ring the motorcycle. In addition. ● Remove the battery. Pl ace the moto rcy cle o n blocks to raise both tires off the ground.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. Perform th is operati on in a wellven til ated area w ith t he engi ne sto pped. <STORAGE> ● Change the engine oil and filter. ● Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain conditions. ● If storage will last more than one month. D o n ot smoke or allo w flames or sparks in the area where gasol ine i s d rain ed or stored an d where the fuel tank is refueled. otherwise. these repairs may be forgotten by the time the motorcycle is removed from storage. Install the battery. requires that you take certain steps to reduce the effects of deterioration from non-use of the motorcycle. Test ride the motorcycle at low speeds in a safe riding area away from traffic. ● Cover the motorcycle (don't use plastic or other coated materials) and store in an unheated area. ● Wash and dry the motorcycle.29 5:15 PM 페이지41 STORAGE GUIDE Ext end ed s torag e. carburetor draining is very important. Store in an area protected from freezing temperatures and direct sunlight.

) ● Bringing the driver's licence ● Determinating the path to the desired destination 42 . glove. etc. goggles.12.29 5:15 PM 페이지42 SAFE DRIVING PREPARATION BEFORE DRIVING ● Performing daily inspection ● Putting on the protective gears (Helmet.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.

● Do not drive exce ssively long distance and take enough ● If any abnormality is found. 43 . ● Drive on the left driveway when passing away. stop driving and contact service center to inspect the vehicle. ● Do not obstruct the traffic. ● Always turn on the headlight at night.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. break. ● Drive protectively.12. ● Do not drive on the pedestrian way or walkway. ● Make sure that you can apply the brake anytime.29 5:15 PM 페이지43 PRECAUTION WHEN DRIVING ● Secure the safe distance. ● Restart the vehicle after 2~3 min when it is turned over. ● Always apply the brake when stopping temporarily.

영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ③ Arms : Relieve the tension and bend arms to inside and let them act as the spring. ⑦ Feet : Place the feet to face the front parallel and make the step bar be placed in the center of feet.29 5:16 PM 페이지44 DRIVING METHOD DRIVING POSITION The appropriate driving position is the most important thing to driving safely. ⑥ Knees : Press the fuel tank slightly. 44 .12. ① Eyes : Look at the front direction widely. ④ Hands : Grip the handle the position away from the inside end of the handle with distance of one finger to facilitate the operation of the switch and lever. ② Shoulders : Relieve the tension. ⑤ Wrist : Keep the state to act freely without applying excessive force to the shoulder and arms.

the vehicle can be overturned resulting in injury of the driver due to the driving unstability. do not drive close to the sea or on the road where calcium chloride is treated. the vehicle can be overturned resulting in injury of the driver. 45 . ● Overspeed driving on the unpaved road can cause the vehicle to be overturned resulting in injury of the driver due to the driving unstability. ● Return the side stand to its original position. the vehicle can be overturned resulting in injury of the driver. if the wheel is transformed when advancing directly to the walkway.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ● If possible. Driving on the walkway can cause accident. ● Dr ive the ve hic le only on the drive wa y. The muffler. Also. ● Do not drive in the gravel road. and also in case of damage of the frame. external parts and welde d parts c an be corroded rapidly. kee p driving without doing this may cause turnover accident.29 5:16 PM 페이지45 STARTING Prior to starting always look around to avoid accident. ② S tar t dr iving slowly a fte r turning on the winker a nd releasing the brake while ensuring the saf ety around the vehicle.12. ① Get on the vehicle after pulling back the stand. If any gravel enters the wheel or engine case.

12.29 5:16 PM 페이지46 TURNING METHOD PRINCIPLE OF TURNING EFFECT OF SPEED CENTRIFUGAL FORCE GRAVITY The basic princ iple of turn is balancing using the centr ifugal force which makes vehic le go outside and the gravity which makes vehicle fall inside. Decelerate prior to entering the curved way to reduce the centrifugal force. The centrifugal force increases in inverse portion to the radius of a curve and in portion to the square speed. 46 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.

47 . This position is the most natural and exact. This position is adequate to drive on the rained or slippy road because it has best road holding. However. so driver must learn it thoroughly. < LEAN-IN > This is a turning position with driver leaned inside more than motorcycle. All 3 positions require straightening the head and keeping the eyes horizontally.29 5:16 PM 페이지47 3 POSITIONS OF TURNING The basic principle of turn is balancing using combined force of the centrifugal force and the gravity.12. special attention is required because front visual field is poor when driver leans inside more than motorcycle.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. < LEAN-WITH > This is a turning position with motorcycle and driver in a line.

12. However. With this position.29 5:16 PM 페이지48 TURNING METHOD < LEAN-OUT > This is a turning position with motorcycle lea ned inside m ore than drive r. ③ Accelerate gradually. special attention is required because there is danger of slipping on the bad holding road. 48 . whic h is opposite to the lean-in position. quick turn is well performed and driver can obtain wide front visual field adequate to drive on the rained or slippy road because it has best road holding. ② Lean the vehicle towar d inside of turn circ le while driving slowly at constant speed. ① Turn the throttle grip to its original position and decelerate using both front and rear brakes.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.

12.29 5:16 PM 페이지49 PRECAUTION WHEN TURNING Do not drive inside of large truck's turn circle. 49 . < DISTANCEBETWEEN THE FRONT AND REAR WHEEL TURN > It is distance between path of the front and rear wheel and increases in proportion to the length of the motorcycle. < BLIND SPOTS > Blind spots are the sight ranges which cannot be identified by driver and increases in proportion to the width of the motorcycle.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.

12.29 5:16 PM 페이지50 BRAKING METHOD BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BRAKE (FRICTION FORCE) ● Vehic le is br aked using fric tion between road surfa ce and RESTRAINT OF BRAKE EFFECT (INERTIA) tires.5 tim es on wet roa d a nd 3 time s on icy road because f ric tion force of r oad surfa ce is decreased. NEW TIRE NEW TIRE IN A RAINY DAY EXISTING TIRE IN A RAINY DAY Due to the iner tia. 50 .영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. vehic le does not stop imm edia tel y af te r applying the brake. ● B ra king distanc e inc re ase s 1.

● Erect the vehicle straight. using the engine brake. COMPARISION OF BRAKING DISTANCE ・Vehicle speed : 50 km/h When using both front and rear brakes When using only front brake Impa ct inc rea ses in pr oportion to the spe ed and weight.12.29 5:16 PM 페이지51 BRAKING METHOD ● Turn the throttle grip to its or iginal position and dece le rate IMPACT WHEN COLLISION Learn the proper braking method to prevent accident. The impa ct when collision to c oncr ete wa ll a t 50 km /h is sam e as one when falling from the height of 10m.영문-메뉴얼작업 2005. ● Brake using both front and rear brakes. When using only rear brake 51 .

영문-메뉴얼작업 2005.12.29 5:16 PM 페이지52 WIRING DIAGRAM 52 .

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