DAELIM CORDI - Owner`s manual

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:
WARNING
Indicates a strong possibility of severe personal injury or death if instructions are not followed.
CAUTION
Indicates a possibility of personal injury or equipment damage if instructions are not followed.
NOTE
Gives helpful information.
This manual should be considered a permanent part of the motorcycle and should remain with the motorcycle when resold or otherwise
transferred to a new owner or operator.
CONTENTS
3
SEAT LOCK
14
OPERATION INSTRUCTION
4
BACK HOLDER
14
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
4
TRUNK
15
5
DOCUMENT STORAGE AREA
15
CORRECT ATTIRE
5
BRAKE LOCK LEVER
16
OPERATION
6
SPECIFICATION
PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE
CORRECT DRIVING OPERATION
17
17
CARGO
6
STARTING THE ENGINE
MODIFICATION
7
IF ENGINE CANNOT BE STARTED
19
ATTACHMENT
7
AFTER STARTING ENGINE
19
MUFFLER
7
PROPER DRIVING METHODS
21
STOPPING
22
PARTS LOCATION
METER READING AND USAGE
8
10
SELF INSPECTIONS BEFORE OPERATION
24
10
INSPECTION OF CONCERNED AREA
24
10
FUEL CHECK
25
11
TIRE INSPECTION
26
MAIN SWITCH
11
BRAKE INSPECTION
27
STARTER BUTTON
11
ENGINE OIL CHECK
28
HEADLIGHT
12
LIGHTS AND WINKER INSPECTION
28
WINKER SWITCH
12
BACK MIRROR INSPECTION
28
HORN BUTTON
13
FUEL LEAK INSPECTION
28
13
LICENSE PLATE INSPECTION ························
28
METER READING AND USAGE
WARNING AND INDICATOR LAMPS
SWITCH OPERATION
EQUIPMENT USAGE
HANDLE BAR LOCK
13
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MAINTENANCE ····································· 29
SAFE DRIVING ······································· 48
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PREPARATION BEFORE DRIVING ·················· 48
MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS ·······················
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DRIVING METHOD ·································· 49
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DRIVING POSITION ·································
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PRECAUTION WHEN DRIVING ························
50
BRAKE PAD INSPECTION ····························
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REPLENISHING BRAKE FLUID ························
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TURNING METHOD ································· 52
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PRINCIPLE OF TURN ································
52
REAR BRAKE SHOE INSPECTION ·····················
35
EFFECT OF
SPEED ·································
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36
3 POSITIONS OF TURNING
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53
TRANSMISSION OIL INSPECTION ·····················
37
TURNING METHOD ·································
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WHEEL REMOVAL ··································
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
TOOL KIT
FRAME AND ENGINE NUMBERS
BRAKE LEVER ADJUSTMENT
REPLENISHING ENGINE OIL
TIRE PRESSURE INSPECTION
PRECAUTION WHEN TURNING
BRAKING METHOD ································· 56
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BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BRAKE(FRICTION FORCE)
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PLUG ······································
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RESTRAINT OF BRAKE EFFECT (INERTIA) ·············
56
BATTERY INSPECTION ······························
41
BRAKING METHOD
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57
FUSE REPLACEMENT ·······························
42
COMPARISION OF BRAKING DISTANCE················
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REPLACEMENT ·······························
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IMPACT WHEN COLLISION···························
57
CABLE RUBBER PART INSPECTION ···················
45
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT INSPECTION ·················
45
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SIDE STAND INSPECTION
SPARK
BULB
NOTABLES FOR CAR WASHING
STORAGE GUIDE
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STARTING
WIRING DIAGRAM
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SPECIFICATION
ITEM
DATA
LENGTH×WIDTH×HEIGHT(mm)
1,715×665×1,053
WHEEL BASE(mm)
1,227
GROUND CLEARANCE(mm)
105
SEAT HEIGHT(mm)
745
DRY WEIGHT(kgf)
76.5
ITEM
TIRE SIZE
SUSPENSION
BRAKE
PASSENGER CAPACITY
ENGINE TYPE
OPERATOR
(OPERATOR AND ONE PASSENGER)
AIR COOLED,ONE CYLINDER
2 STROKE
DATA
FR.
90 / 90 - 10 50J
RR.
90 / 90 - 10 50J
FR.
TELESCOPIC
RR.
UNIT SWING OIL DAMPER
FR.
HYDRAULIC DISK
RR.
DRUM BRAKE
SPARK PLUG
BP6HS(BRP6HS)
FUSE(A)
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HEADLIGHT BULB
12V 18/18W×2
(12V 35/35W×2)
TAIL/STOP LIGHT BULB
12V 5W/21W
PISTON DISPLACEMENT(cc)
49.5
BORE AND STROKE(mm)
40.0×39.4
STARTING SYSTEM
START MOTOR / KICK
TRANSMISSION TYPE
V - MATIC
IGNITION SYSTEM
C.D.I
SPEEDOMETER LAMP
12V 1.7W×2
BATTERY CAPACITY
12V3AH(MF TYPE)
WINKER INDICATOR LAMP
12V 3W×1
FUEL CAPACITY(ℓ)
4.8
LICENSE PLATE LAMP
12V 5W×1
OIL CAPACITY(ℓ)
1.05
※ “(
FR.
12V 10W×2
RR.
12V 10W×2
WINKER BULB
)” MARKED CONTENTS APPLY TO EUROPE ONLY.
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OPERATION INSTRUCTION
This manual describes matters pertaining to correct operation,
safe operation and simple maintenance of the vehicle you
purchased.
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.
●This vehicle is designed for 2 riders including the operator.
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. Please obey traffic regulations and do not be
hurried and careless.
●Many new vehicle owners operate their newly purchased
vehicles with great care and attention to safety factors.
However, after becoming accustomed to the operations are
often discarded, which can lead to accidents. Please don't let
this happen to you and always approach the operation of your
vehicle with the safety considerations needed.
When operating the vehicles, always keep in mind and obey
the notes of precaution printed on the“ Safety Precaution
”attached to the vehicles.
Label”
CAUTION
●Do not use polluted gasoline.
Using polluted gasoline will cause rust inside the fuel
tank, and will close the supply of fuel to the carburetor,
leading to an improper engine starting or may cause
serious damage to an engine.
●Do not use polluted or low-grade oil.
Always use genuine oil to protect and extend
motorcycle performance and its life span.
●If any failure occurs due to the use of polluted gasoline
or oil, such failure will be excluded from being eligible
for repairs under the warranty.
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●Always wear helmet.
●Always put on gloves.
●Observe posted speed limits.
●Park the vehicles away from people (especially
children) as the muffler can get very hot.
●For safety, do not illegally modify the vehicle.
●Regularly conduct specified maintenance
inspections.
<Maintenance Inspection Points>
Brakes, Tires, Oil, Lights, Horn, Instruments
PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE
●Read user's manual carefully.
●Conduct maintenance checks prior to operation.
●Always maintain vehicle in clean status and carry out specified
maintenance checks.
●Make sure to stop engine and stay away from fire when
fueling.
●Exhaust gas contains harmful substance such as carbon
monoxide. Start engine in well-ventilated places.
Correct shirts or jackets
with tight-fitting sleeves
should be worn.
A helmet should always be
worn and the helmet chin
strap should be securely
fastened.
CORRECT ATTIRE
●Always make sure to wear helmet for safety. Wear gloves and
safety goggles.
●Do not wear uniforms which might hinder operation. It is
dangerous if the uniform is caught by brake lever.
●Many automobile / motorcycle accidents happen because the
automobile driver does not “see” the motorcyclist.
Make yourself conspicuous to help avoid the accident that
wasn’t your fault :
- Wear bright or reflective clothing.
- Don’t ride in another motorist’s “blind spot”.
Always put on gloves.
Shoes should fit properly, and shoes having
little or no heel should be worn.
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OPERATION
●Operators should naturally fix bodies to keep smooth driving.
●Please check whether or not you are unnaturally strained and
strung up.
●Driving pose has a great influence on safe operation.
Please always maintain the center of your body in the middle
of seat.
Especially do not sit at the rear seat because it may lessen the
weight of front wheel and cause trembling steering wheel.
●Passengers should accurately fix bodies using both hands and
put both feet on floor panel.
●When wanting to turn, slightly lean to body toward the
direction of the turn. It is unsafe if the body is not moved in
union with the vehicle.
●Curvy roads and poor, unpaved roads constantly change in
surface quality. Driving on these roads can be unsafe if certain
safety precautions are not followed.
●In order to safely drive through these driving conditions,
anticipate coming road conditions, slow down to at least half
the normal speed, and relax your shoulders and wrists while
securely holding the handles.
●Driving with one or both hands not holding the handles or the
front wheel lifted can cause severe injury or death of the driver
resulted from the turnover of the vehicle.
CARGO
●When carrying cargo, you must keep in mind that operating
the vehicle, especially when turning, will be different.
●Make sure not to overload the vehicle with goods as this can
make the vehicle unstable during operation.
REAR CARRIER MAXIMUM LOAD : 3kg
TRUNK MAXIMUM LOAD : 10kg
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ATTACHMENT
CAUTION
●Only load cargo in or on designated areas as placing or
fastening cargo to other areas can cause damage to the
vehicle.
●Do not place articles between the frame body cover and
engine as this can burn the goods.
●Do not place cloth-like materials in the area of the oil
tank cap. If the hole in oil tank cap is blocked, oil will
not flow freely into the engine which can cause severely
engine damage.
●Do not attach large or heavy items (such as a sleeping
bag or tent) to the handle bars, fork, or fender. Unstable
handling or slow steering response may result.
MODIFICATION
●Modification of vehicle structure or function deteriorates
manipulability or causes exhaust noise to become louder
shortening the vehicle life. These modifications are not only
prohibited by law but also are the acts harmful to other
people. Modifications are not covered by warranty.
●Except designated attachment by DAELIM MOTOR CO.,
LTD., don’t attach any extra lighting device, because it may
cause an early discharging of battery.
●Carefully inspect the accessory to make sure it does not
obscure any lights, reduce ground clearance and banking angle,
or limit suspension travel, steering travel or control operation.
●Do not add electrical equipment that will exceed the
motorcycle’s electrical system capacity. A blown fuse could
cause a dangerous loss of lights or engine power.
●This motorcycle was not designed to pull a sidecar or trailer.
Handling may be seriously impaired if so equipped.
MUFFLER
●Pay particular attention to fellow passenger so that he/she can
prevent getting burnt by the hot muffler during travel.
CAUTION
●Do not park in the place where many pedestrians are
passing through. Pedestrians or children can be burned
by contacting with the muffler.
●Fellow passenger care must pay enough attention not to
be burn by contacting with the muffler.
●If haystack or vinyl is stuck to the muffler, fire can be
occurred.
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PARTS LOCATION
BACK MIRROR
REAR BRAKE LEVER
SEAT
FRONT WINKER
SEAT LOCK
BACK HOLDER
TAIL LIGHT
HEAD LIGHT
REAR WINKER
LICENSE
PLATE LAMP
REFLECTOR
REAR CUSHION
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
SIDE STAND
BRAKE DISK
CALIPER
PILLION STEP BAR
MAIN STAND
KICK STARTER ARM
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ENGINE
PARTS LOCATION
FUEL TANK LID
(BENEATH THE SEAT)
TRUNK
FRONT BRAKE LEVER
LUGGAGE CARRIER
BATTERY FUSE
MAIN SWITCH
FLOOR
PANEL
REAR FENDER
REFLECTOR
FRONT FENDER
BODY COVER
PILLION STEP BAR
MUFFLER
REAR WHEEL
EXHAUST PIPE
MAIN STAND
FRONT WHEEL
FRONT CUSHION
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METER READING AND USAGE
METER READING AND USAGE
SPEEDOMETER
METER
WARNING AND INDICATOR LAMPS
<SPEEDOMETER>
<OIL WARNING INDICATOR>
Indicates driving speed. Maintain legal
speed limits to ensure safe operation.
When oil in the oil tank is low, the oil
warning indicator turns on.
When this happens, fill the oil tank with
pure oil.
<ODOMETER>
Indicates total distance in kilometers
travelled by the vehicle.
<FUEL GAUGE>
ODOMETER
FUEL GAUGE
OIL WARNING INDICATOR
WINKER INDICATOR
HIGH BEAM INDICATOR
The fuel gauge indicates the gasoline level
inside the fuel tank. (The needle will
indicate the amount of gasoline in the fuel
tank whether the main switch is turned to
OFF or ON position.)
Gasoline should be put in the fuel tank as
soon as possible if the needle is resting in
the red area. When the needle is in the red
area, roughly 1.9 liters of gasoline can be
put in the vehicle to fill tank.
WARNING
●To avoid running out of fuel that
may result in a sudden stop.
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CAUTION
●If the oil warning indicator turns on
after the main switch is placed to an
“ON” position, quickly fill the oil
tank using pure oil
<WINKER INDICATOR>
If the winker switch is operated,
the winker indicator flashes in union
with the flashing of the turn signals.
SWITCH OPERATION
MAIN SWITCH
STARTER BUTTON
CAUTION
●Do not manipulate main switch key
during operation. If the main switch
key is placed on“Off” or“Lock”
position, all electrical system will not
function. Never operate the main
switch key during travel as it might
cause unexpected accidents. If it is
necessary to remove the main switch
key, stop the vehicle first prior to
removing.
MAIN SWITCH
ON
OFF
KEY
LOCK
1. ON.... Starts engine. Key can not be
pulled out.
2. OFF....Stops engine. Key can be
placed in or taken out of the
main switch.
3. LOCK....Locks handle bars. Key can be
placed in or taken out of the
main switch.
●When you park the vehicle and leave
it, please lock handle bars and take
out the key.
●If the key is left in“ON”position
without starting engine, battery is
discharged.
●Do not use a number of keys together
with a metal key holder.
The keys and the key holder may
cause scratches or other damage to
the cover while operating the
vehicle.(Recommend cloth or leather
key holders)
STARTER BUTTON
The engine is started pressing this button
when pressed in a state where the main
switch key is placed to an ON position
and the brake lever is pulled.
CAUTION
●The engine will not start if the brake
lever is not pulled.
●Do not hold the brake lever and
pull the throttle grip when the
engine was started. It may damage
the engine.
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HEADLIGHT
WINKER SWITCH
<TURNING ON HEADLIGHT>
<HEADLIGHT HIGH BEAM SWITCH>
Put main switch key in “ON” position and
turn on headlight switch.
High beam or low beam can be operated
by the use of high/low beam switch.
WINKER SWITCH
HEADLIGHT HIGH BEAM SWITCH
If this switch is turned on when the main
switch is in an ON position, the winker will
operate.
⇨ (R)....used when making a right turn.
⇦ (L)....used when making a left turn.
HIGH BEAM
D(HI) ...... used when needing extra
light.
HEADLIGHT SWITCH
LOW BEAM
SWITCH POSITION
(H)
Headlight, taillight,
position lamp and
meter lights on.
(P)
Position lamp, taillight,
and meter lights on.
(OFF)
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FUNCTION
Light turned off.
D(LO) ...... used when other vehicles
are present, in the city, etc.
CAUTION
●Use the high beam only in the
suburban road or when the usage of
the high beam not hinder the safe
driving of the car ahead.
CAUTION
●The winker switch does not automatically turn back to its original
position after completing the turn.
Please set the switch back to its
center position after turning.
EQUIPMENT USAGE
HORN BUTTON
HANDLE BAR LOCK
CAUTION
HANDLE LOCK
HORN BUTTON
●Check to see that the handle bars
have been securely locked by lightly
moving the handle bars to the left
and right.
●Make sure to park the vehicle in a
location where traffic and always are
not blocked.
The horn is sounded if the horn button is
pressed when the main switch is in an ON
position.
When parking, make sure to lock handle
bars to prevent theft of the vehicle.
<LOCKING>
Turn the handle bars all the way to the
left, and while pushing on the main switch
key, turn the main switch to the LOCK
postion.
<UNLOCKING>
Unlocking is accomplished by simply
turning the main switch to the OFF
position.
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SEAT LOCK
BAG HOLDER
SEAT LOCK
CAUTION
●Do not press starter button repeatedly
because it consumes great amount of
power causing battery to be
exhausted sooner.
BAG HOLDER
<LOCKING>
●The seat automatically locks when the
seat is pushed in its downward position,
●Lightly pull upward on the seat to make
sure the seat has been properly locked.
●For ease in carrying bags and similar
items, they should be hung from the
bag holder which is fitted for this
purpose.
●Do not attempt to carry very heavy or
bulky loads since this would affect the
stability and steering characteristics of
the scooter.
<UNLOCKING>
●Turn the seat lock switch to the right
using the main switch key.
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CAUTION
●Do not hang valuable or fragile goods
on bag holder.
TRUNK
DOCUMENT STORAGE AREA
CAUTION
DOCUMENT STORAGE AREA
TRUNK
●There is a trunk under the seat.
●The seat is opened to gain access to the
trunk by using the main switch key on
the seat lock.
TRUNK MAXIMUM LOAD:10kg
●Make sure that the seat is securely
locked after closing the seat.
●An unlocked seat can hinder the
operation of the vehicle.
●The temperature inside the trunk
rises due to heat from the engine. Do
not place foodstuffs and other articles
that can be damaged easily by heat.
Also do not place flamm-able
materials in the trunk.
●Do not place valuable or fragile
goods in trunk.
●As water can enter the trunk when
washing, make sure to remove articles
that can be damaged by water.
There is a document storage area on the
bottom of the seat. Store the owner’s
manual and the maintenance notebook in
this area.
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BRAKE LOCK LEVER
BRAKE LOCK LEVER
CAUTION
●If the rear brake is not adjusted
properly, it will not be able to lock.
Please refer to page 35 for instructions on rear brake adjustment.
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<SETTING>
<RELEASING>
① Squeeze tightly on the rear brake lever.
② Move the brake lock lever in the
direction of the arrow in the drawing
and place it in the groove of the brake
lever.
③ Release your hand from the rear brake
lever and the rear wheel will be
locked.
① Squeeze tightly on the rear brake lever
and the lock lever will be automatically
released.
② Release your hand from the rear brake
lever and the rear wheel will be
unlocked.
CORRECT DRIVING OPERATION
STARTING THE ENGINE
●Make sure to check the oil, gasoline,
etc., before starting the engine.
●Please ensure that the main stand is in a
down position when starting the engine.
CAUTION
●Make sure that the rear wheel is locked
when starting the engine to prevent an
unexpected quick start of the vehicle.
●Locking is not possible if the rear
wheel brake is not adjusted correctly.
●Pay attention so that the hand or any
part of the body not to contact with the
rear wheel when accelerating the
vehicle with the main stand erected
since there is danger of injury.
●If the rear wheel contacts with the
ground when accelerating the vehicle
with the main stand erected, the
vehicle can go forward unintentionally resulting in injury of the
driver.
●Drive with care for both safety reasons
and longer vehicle life.
●For 1 month (or 1,000km) after purchasing the vehicle, drive moderatly
avoiding fast starts and fast
acceleration.
Always follow the proper starting procedure
described below.
●For model with a side stand switch, the
engine cannot be started if the side
stand is down.
Lock the rear wheel.(see p. 16)
Turn the main switch to an ON
position.
WARNING
●Never run the engine in an enclosed
area. The exhaust contains poisonous
carbon monoxide gas that can cause
loss of consciousness and lead to
death.
●While the scooter is on its stand you
should NEVER apply full throttle : if
the rear wheel touches the ground the
scooter would set off at full speed.
(Remember that the scooter has a
centrifugal automatic speed control.
CAUTION
●If the oil warning indicator turns on
after the main switch is placed to an
“ON” position, quickly fill the oil
tank using pure oil.
Start engine with cell or kick.
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<USING THE ELECTRIC START(CELL)>
<WITHOUT ELECTRIC START(KICK)>
●Press the starter button without rotating
the starter grip (opening the throttle).
●Erect main stand and then step kick
starter pedal strongly.
CAUTION
●Immediately release the starter button
as soon as the vehicle has started.
●Do not press the starter button when
the engine is running.
This can damage the starter motor.
●It is possible that starting will be more
difficult if the vehicle has not been used
for a long period of time or if the fuel
hole is plugged up(starting problems
even when there is sufficient fuel in the
fuel tank may be an indication of a
plugged fuel hole).
When this happens, do not rotate the
throttle grip and try the starter button a
few times.
CAUTION
●If the engine is hot and does not start
after pressing the starter button for 3~4
seconds, rotate the throttle grip to
1/8~1/4 of a rotation and try again. This
will allow easy starting
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●Do not keep the starter button
pressed for more than 5 seconds at a
time. Release the starter button for
approximately 10 seconds before
pressing it again.
CAUTION
●Make sure to place kick starter in its
original position after the engine has
been started.
●Be sure to erect main stand and side
stand when starting.
●Do not use the starter button and the
kick-starter pedal simultaneously.
●When starting with the kick starter, it
is not necessary to grab the front and
rear brakes.
IF ENGINE CANNOT BE STARTED
When the engine is cold morning or
winter or the vehicle has not been used
for a long period of time, let the
engine idle for a short period allow the
engine to warm up.
CAUTION
●Keep holding rear brake until start.
●Exhaust has contains harmful substance such as carbon monoxide.
Start engine in well-ventilated places.
If engine cannot be started or vehicle does
not move, check the followings.
●Is there fuel in fuel tank?
●Are you operating in accordance with
the instructions given in owner’s
manual?
●Is fuse not cut?
●Is starter motor running?
●If starter motor is not running due to
battery consumption, try starting motor
by using kick start technique.
AFTER STARTING ENGINE
Fold the main stand.
●Push the vehicle forward to fold the
main stand and make sure that the brake
lever does not become released during
this operation.
CAUTION
●Do not excessively open the throttle
until you actually start the driving
operation of the vehicle.
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Get on the vehicle.
●Mounting should be done from the left
side, and you should sit squarely on the
seat. Leave either one foot or both feet
planted on the ground
Squeeze tightly on the rear brake lever
and the lock lever will be
automatically released.
Release the squeezing tension on the
rear brake lever and slowly begin to
rotate the throttle grip to allow for a
slow and easy start.
CAUTION
CAUTION
CAUTION
●Keep holding rear brake lever before
starting.
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●Do not rapidly turn the throttle grip
when you release the rear brake lock.
The vehicle may spring out, causing
injury or damage.
●A quick rotating of the throttle grip
will cause the vehicle to move
suddenly forward.
●If the engine RPM isn’t decreased
after the throttle grip return to its
original position, stop operating and
inspect it in the closest authorized
repair center.
PROPER DRIVING METHODS
●Before entering traffic, use the correct
turn signal to foreward other drivers of
your intentions.
Speed is controlled by the operation of
the throttle grip.
Work the front and rear brakes
together.
●If the throttle grip is rotated........
The speed of the vehicle increases.
Please rotate the throttle grip slowly.
When climbing a hill, the throttle grip
need to be rotated further to give the
vehicle more power.
●Allow the throttle grip to rotate back to
its beginning position and then squeeze
the brake levers.
●If is best to operate the brakes by first
lightly squeezing the brake levers and
then changing to a more firm squeeze.
●If the throttle grip is allowed to
rotate back........
Speed decreases. This can be done
slowly or quickly, depending on how
quickly you need to decelerate.
BACK ROTATE
RR. BRAKE
FR. BRAKE
ROTATE
NOTE
●If only one of the brakes is used, it is
possible for the vehicle to experience
sliding.
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STOPPING
The brakes should never be suddenly
applied and the handle bars should
never be suddenly turned.
●Sudden braking or turning can cause the
vehicle to slide and tip over.
●It is especially dangerous to perform
sudden braking on wet roads or in rainy
weather as the tires can lose traction
and slip easily.
CAUTION
●Overspeed driving on the wet road
can cause the vehicle to be
overturned due the water film effect
or slip.
●In case of rain, the vehicle can be
slipped on the painted traffic lane
when braking suddenly or turning,
resulting in the overturn.
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Special care in driving should be
taken during rainy weather.
●More braking distance is needed when
driving on wet roads or in the rain.
Reduce speed and be sure to initiate the
braking operation sooner than when
driving in normal conditions.
●On downgrades, allow the throttle grip
to rotate back to its initial position to
reduce speed, and apply the brakes and
drive slowly down the hill.
●It is possible for the brakes to
temporarily lose operative ability after
driving through a puddle or when
driving in the rain. To ensure that the
brakes are operating properly, slow
down(after checking for other vehicles)
and while driving slowly, lightly apply
the brakes to rid the brakes of any
excess water and to dry them.
●Be extremely careful when driving in
the snow or on icy roads.
When driving in these conditions, both
the tires lose much of their traction and
the rear tire can slip when opening the
throttle.
When approaching the desired
stopping area.
●Activate the proper winker, and after
checking for other vehicles, slowly turn
into the area in which you want to stop.
●Allow the throttle grip to rotate completely back and apply the front and rear
brakes. The brake light will shine to
alert vehicles in back of you that you
are stopping.
RR. BRAKE
FR. BRAKE
After the vehicle has come to a
complete stop.
Dismount on the left side and lower
the main stand on a flat surface.
●Return the winker switch to the center
position and turn the main switch to
OFF. This will turn the engine off.
●Be sure to park in an area that is free of
traffic. Also, the vehicle can tip over if
the main stand is not placed on a stable
and flat surface.
●The main stand is lowered by grasping
the handle bars with the left hand,
holding the rear carrier with the right
hand, and stepping firmly on the stand
with the right foot. In this position, lift
the rear carrier upward, which will
secure the main stand.
To prevent theft, be sure to lock
handle bars when parking.
CAUTION
●Park in a safe area that will not block
traffic. When you parked the vehicle
after driving, make sure foot the
vehicle beyond man’s reach because
engine and muffler are still hot.
●Do not park the vehicle on the
inclined road. The vehicle can be
overturned and endanger people
around.
CAUTION
●Do not rotate the main switch key
while driving. If the main switch is
turned to an OFF or LOCK position,
the electrical system will not operate.
Operating the main switch key while
driving can be very hazardous. Only
turn the main switch key to OFF or
LOCK position after completing
stopping the vehicle.
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SELF INSPECTIONS BEFORE OPERATION
INSPECTION OF CONCERNED AREA
Self inspect the vehicle and have regular
maintenance inspections for increased
safety and the prevention of accidents.
Regular maintenance inspections should
be performed even if the vehicle has not
been used for a long period of time.
Self inspections before operation should
be performed on a daily basis prior to
operating the vehicle.
●Inspections of concerned Area
●Fuel check
●Tire inspection
●Brake inspection
●Engine oil check
●Lights and winker inspection
●Back mirror inspection
●Fuel leak inspection
●License plate inspection
●Throttle grip inspection.
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CAUTION
Observe safety rules when conducting
inspections.
●Exhaust gas contains harmful
substance such as carbon mono-xide.
Do not carry out inspections on
vehicle in closed places, or in poorly
ventilated places, with engine
running.
●Conduct inspections on flat, solid
ground with the stand erected.
●Be careful of burns when conducting
inspections immediately after engine
is stopped because the engine and
muffler are hot.
●Stop engine and remove the key prior
to the vehicle maintenance service.
●Use appropriate types of tools.
●If you are unable to correct trouble
even after you make adjustment or
correction, contact authorized
maintenance shops, dealers or
designated repair shops for necessary
inspection and repairs.
●Check areas which caused for concern
when last operating the vehicle.
●If happened, contact authorized
maintenance shops for necessary
inspection and repairs.
FUEL CHECK
<CHECK>
Check gasoline to see if there is a sufficient
amount of gasoline to reach your
destination.
●If the fuel warning indicator turns on
after the main switch is placed to an
“ON” position, fill fuel tank with
gasoline as soon as possible.
RESERVE FUEL CAPACITY : 1.9ℓ
●Turn the fuel tank cap counterclockwise, and remove it.
●Fill the tank with gasoline until it
reaches the bottom of the level plate.
●Turn the fuel tank cap clockwise until
the “△” mark on the fuel tank cap is
aligned with the “△” mark located
above the fuel tank opening.
FUEL TANK CAP
FUEL WARNING INDICATOR
<REFUELING>
●Use the main switch key to open the
SEAT.
CAUTION
●Make sure to stop engine and stay
away from fire when refueling.
●Do not fill gasoline past the level
plate. Gasoline may leak out of the
fuel tank when replacing the fuel
tank cap if too much gasoline is put
in the fuel tank.
●Don’t fill low grade gasoline.
Using it can cause damage (bending,
getting worn, etc.) to combustion
chamber and parts of fuel.
●Do not close the fuel cap with
excessive strength. It may cause the
damage of the cap and the rubber
packing resulting in the leak of fuel
and may cause fire in case of
electrical short or the overturn of the
vehicle.
●If oil or water enter the fuel tank, the
vehicle may not be started.
●If the fuel is leaked by rupture of the
fuel hose due to the aging of the
hose, fire can be occurred.
Accordingly, check the hose
periodically for the condition.
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TIRE INSPECTION
<AIR PRESSURE CHECK>
<CRACKS/DAMAGE>
<FOREIGN MATERIALS>
Check for an appropriate level of air
pressure by examining how the tire sits on
the ground. If you notice any
abnormalities in the shape of the tire with
regard to the area contacting the ground,
use a tire gauge to check tire pressure and
adjust the tire pressure to the appropriate
level.
Check tire tread and sides for cracks and
damage.
Check tire tread and sides for nails, rocks,
etc. That might have become wedged in
the tire.
CRACKS
NAIL
<TIRE PRESSURE>
90/90-10 50J
90/90-10 50J
1.25
FRONT
1 PERSON
AIR PRESSURE RIDING REAR 2.00
(kgf/㎠)
2 PERSON FRONT 1.25
RIDING REAR 2.00
SIZE
DAMAGE
<TREAD DEPTH>
FRONT
REAR
<ABNORMAL WEAR>
Check tire tread for signs of abnormal
wear.
●Check the wear indicator (wear limit
marking) to see if there is an
insufficient amount of tread remaining.
●If the indicators are visible, replace tire
with a new one.
WEAR INDICATOR
(WEAR LIMIT MARKING)
ABNORMAL
WEAR
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WEDGED
WEAR INDICATOR
LOCATION MARKING
BRAKE INSPECTION
CAUTION
●If air pressure is inadequate or if there
are cracks, damage or abnormal wear
on tires, it may cause trembling steering
wheel and flat tire.
●Insufficient air pressure may cause the
heavy steering wheel making handling
difficult, fuel over con-sumption and
the excessive wear of tire outer area and
excessive air pressure may cause easier
wheel handling and lower fuel
consumption. But it may also cause the
excessive wear of tire center area.
●This vehicle is equipped with tubeless
tires. If you have flat tires, please
contact authorised maintenance shops
for inspection.
●If nonstandardized tire is installed, tire
can go flat easily due to the early wear
resulted from frame inter-ference, and
the vehicle can be overturned resulting
in injury of the driver.
●Depositing wasted tire in the
unspecified place can pollute the
environment and are subjected to legal
penalty.
<BRAKE LEVER FREE PLAY>
<CHECK OF BRAKE FLUID>
Lightly squeeze the brake levers until
tension is felt to check for an appropriate
amount of free play. No free play in the
brake levers or overly loose brake levers
are indication of a problem in the brake
system.
This is checked by placing the vehicle on
its main stand on a flat surface. Make sure
that the handle bars are at a horizontal
level. Check to see if the fluid is below the
LOWER level.
If brake fluid is significantly low, this may
indicate that there is leakage in the brake
system. Inspect the brake hose to check
for leaks.
BRAKE LEVER FREE PLAY: 10~20mm
FREE PLAY
FREE PLAY
CAUTION
●Specified brake lever free play must
be maintained. Excessive free play
may cause long stopping distance,
brake operational fault and slow
reacting time resulting in the
dangerous situation and insufficient
free play may cause short stopping
distance and damage brake
system(pad, lining, etc.)
LOWER LEVEL
CAUTION
●If the brake fluid is significantly
lower than the specified level, inspect
not only brake fluid but also check
the front brake pad for wear.
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ENGINE OIL CHECK
LIGHTS AND WINKER INSPECTION
<CHECK>
<HEADLIGHT, TAILLIGHT>
If the oil is low, the oil warning indicator
will turn on. Turn the main switch to ON
in order to check whether the oil warning
indicator switches on. If it does, put oil in
the oil tank.
Start the engine and make sure the lights
turn on. Also check to see if the lights are
damaged or if there is dirt on them.
OIL WARNING INDICATOR
●Do not allow the engine to stay at a
low level. The engine will become
severely damaged if the vehicle is
driven while the oil warning
indicator is on.
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Sit squarely on the seat and check to see if
you have a good view behind the vehicle
by looking at the back mirrors. Also check
for dirt and damage on the back mirrors.
<BRAKE LIGHT CHECK>
Turn the main switch to ON.
While separately operating the front and
rear brakes, check to see if the brake light
turns on. Also check to see if there is any
damage to the lens or if there is dirt on the
brake light.
<WINKER CHECK>
CAUTION
BACK MIRROR INSPECTION
Turn the main switch to ON.
Check to see if all the winker in the front
and rear of the vehicle(including left and
right sides) are flashing properly. At the
same time, check to make sure that the
automatic sound signal of the winker is
working. Check also to see if any of the
lens are damaged or dirty.
FUEL LEAK INSPECTION
Check to see if there is any leaking fuel by
thoroughly checking the fuel tank, hose,
carburetor, etc.
CAUTION
●If any fuel is spilled, make sure the
area is dry before starting the engine.
LICENSE PLATE INSPECTION
Check to see if there is any dirt or damage
to the license plate.
Also check to see if the license plate is
firmly secured to the vehicle.
MAINTENANCE
●The Required Maintenance Schedule specifies how often you should have your motorcycle served, and what things need attention.
It is essential that your motorcycle be served as scheduled to retain its high level of safety, dependability, and emission control
performance.
●These instructions are based on the assumption that the motorcycle will be used exclusively for its designed purpose. Sustained high
speed operation, or operation in unusually wet or dusty conditions, 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.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Perform the Self Inspections Before Operation at each scheduled maintenance period.
I: INSPECT AND, CLEAN, ADJUST, LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY
R: REPLACE L: LUBRICATE C: CLEAN
ODOMETER READING (NOTE1)
FREQUENCY
4,000㎞
(6MON.)
8,000㎞
(12MON.)
12,000㎞
(18MON.)
16,000㎞
(24MON.)
FUEL LINE
I
I
I
I
FUEL STRAINER
I
I
I
R
I
I
I
I
OIL PUMP, OIL LINE
I
I
I
I
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT
C
C
C
C
SPARK PLUG
I
I
I
I
ITEM
THROTTLE OPERATION
1,000㎞
(1MON.)
I
30
C
C
CARBON REMOVAL
CARBURETOR IDLE ROTATION
I
TRANS MISSION OIL
R
BRAKE FLUID
I
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I
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R
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R
REMARK
ODOMETER READING (NOTE1)
FREQUENCY
1,000㎞
(1MON.)
I
4,000㎞
(6MON.)
I
8,000㎞
(12MON.)
I
12,000㎞
(18MON.)
I
16,000㎞
(24MON.)
I
BRAKE SYSTEM
I
I
I
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I
BRAKE STOP SWITCH
I
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I
I
HEAD LIGHT ADJUSTMENT
I
I
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I
CLUTCH SHOE WEAR
I
I
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I
SUSPENSION
I
I
I
I
ITEM
BRAKE SHOE/PAD WEAR
NUTS, BOLTS, FASTENERS
I
WHEEL/TIRE
I
STEERING HANDLE BEANING
I
I
I
I
I
REMARK
I
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DRIVE BELT
I
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I
WEIGHT ROLLER
I
I
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I
SLIDE PIECE
I
I
I
I
★ If you do not have the appropriate tools or information to conduct maintenance, or if you feel you are not capable to perform
maintenance on this vehicle, contact authorized dealers or repair shops for maintenance and repairs.
★★To ensure safety, inspections and maintenance of these parts must be carried out by dealers, or repair centers.
NOTES : (1) At higher odometer readings, repeat at the frequency interval established here.
(2) Service more frequently when riding in unusually wet or dusty areas.
(3) Replace every 2 years, or at indicated odometer interval, whichever comes first. Replacement requires mechanical skill.
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MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS
The following is an explanation of correct
inspection methods, cleaning and parts
replacing. Please always refer to this
section when wanting to inspect or repair
your vehicle.
WARNING
●If your motorcycle is overturned or
involved in a collision, inspect
control levers, cables, brake hoses,
calipers, accessories, and other vital
parts for damage. Do not ride the
motorcycle if damage impairs safe
operation. Have your authorized
Daelim dealer inspect the major
components, including frame,
suspension and steering parts, for
misalignment and damage that you
may not be able to detect.
●Use new, genuine Daelim parts or
their equivalent for maintenance and
repair. Parts which are not of
equivalent quality may impair the
safety of your motorcycle and the
effective operation of the emission
control systems.
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TOOL KIT
CAUTION
●Always observe safety rules when
performing maintenance on the
vehicle.
●Choose a flat surface and make sure
the main stand is in a secure down
position.
●Use correct tools.
●Conduct engine maintenance with the
engine key out of the ignition.
●Be careful around the engine and
muffler when performing maintenance as these areas can become
extremely hot.
●After self maintenance, the waste
material must be packed in the
specified container and entrusted
disposal to the authorized disposal
company.
The tool kit is under the seat.
Some roadside repairs, minor adjustments
and parts replacement can be performed
with the tools contained in the kit.
●No. 2 screwdriver
●Screwdriver grip
●21mm Box wrench
●5mm Hex wrench
●8x10mm Spanner
●10x12mm Spanner
●14x17mm Spanner
●Tool bag
FRAME AND ENGINE NUMBERS
●The frame and engine numbers are
needed when registering your vehicle.
●They may also be required by your
dealer when ordering replacement parts.
●Record the numbers here for your
reference.
BRAKE PAD INSPECTION
<FRAME NUMBER>
NUMBERING CAP
Operate the brake lever to check the wear
of the brake pad.
While looking at the brake caliper, if the
wear limit line is not visible, the pads
need to be replaced.
WEAR LIMIT LINE
FRAME NO.
ENGINE NO.
●The frame number is stamped on the
left under part of the frame.
●The engine number is stamped on the
rear face of the left crankcase.
INNER COVER
FRAME NUMBER
<ENGINE NUMBER>
ENGINE NUMBER
CAUTION
●The brake lever must be operated
several times after replacement of the
front brake pad.
●If the anticorrosive is applied to the
brake disk, braking can not be
performed successfully, resulting in
the injury or death of the driver in
case of accident.
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REPLENISHING BRAKE FLUID
1. Clean dust and other foreign materials
around reserve tank to prevent foreign
materials from falling inside tank.
2. Remove the screws and take oil cup
cap, diaphragm plate, diaphragm off.
3. Replenish recommended brake oil to
the upper level inside reserve tank.
RECOMMENDED BRAKE OIL IS
DOT 3 or DOT 4
OIL CUP CAP
DIAPHRAGM
PLATE
DIAPHRAGM
4. Reinstall the diaphragm, diaphragm
plate, and oil cup cap.
5. Tighten the screws securely.
●Check the brake pads for wear when
refilling with brake fluid.
●A low fluid level may be due to wear of
the brake pads.
●If the brake pads are not worn and the
fluid level is low, check for leakage.
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CAUTION
SCREWS
UPPER LEVEL
Other checks
●Visually check for fluid leaks or
damage and, using a spanner, check
joints and clamps for clearance.
Also, check hose and pipe protective
parts to see if they contact other parts
when turning the handle bars or due to
vibration when driving.
●When adding brake fluid, be very
careful not to allow foreign materials
to enter the reserve tank.
Foreign materials can clog the
system, causing a reduction or
complete loss of braking ability.
●Do not fill past upper level.
This can cause brake fluid to leak out
of the reserve tank.
●Do not let brake fluid contact vehicle
parts as this damages painted areas.
If oil contacts parts, quickly clean the
fluid off using a dry cloth.
●Use recommended brake fluid as
other types can undergo chemical
changes.
●If brake fluid is exceedingly low, this
can be indication of damage to the
brake system.
●A leak in the brake system can lead
to reduced braking efficiency and
possible loss of braking ability.
BRAKE LEVER ADJUSTMENT
Brake lever free play is adjusted by
rotating the adjuster of the brake arm.
After adjustment, check the brake lever to
ensure that the clearance is not above or
under the prescribed amount.
REAR BRAKE SHOE INSPECTION
■ REAR BRAKE
ADJUSTER
BRAKE LEVER FREE PLAY : 10~20mm
After adjusting the brakes, check the wear
of the brake shoe. While tightly squeezing
the rear brake lever, if the “△” mark of
the brake arm is alined with the “△” mark
of the brake panel, this indicates that the
brake shoe is worn. Please take the vehicle
to a service center for repair.
■ REAR BRAKE
INCREASE
FREE PLAY
MARK
CAUTION
●After adjusting the brake, make sure
that “ ” part of the adjuster contacts
the pin as in the drawing below.
Brake clearance can change when
driving if this is not done.
●It is not necessary to adjust the front
brake.
●If the brake lever free play is
significantly decreased, check the
front/rear brake pads and the lining.
DECREASE
FREE PLAY
PIN
ADJUSTER
MARK
CAUTION
●If the vehicle becomes worn-out, the
replacement cycle of shoe may differ
depending on the wear condition of
the rim drum.
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REPLENISHING ENGINE OIL
<INSPECTION>
<REPLENISHING>
<RECOMMENDED OIL>
If the oil is low, the oil warning indicator
will turn on. Turn the main switch to ON
in order to check whether the oil warning
indicator switches on. If it does, put oil in
the oil tank.
1. Set vehicle on main stand in upright
position on level ground.
2. Open the seat.
3. Turn the oil cap counterclockwise, and
remove it.
4. Fill the oil tank to the fill level.
5. Turn the oil cap clockwise, and install
it.
6. Close the Seat. Check to see if the seat
lock has latched.
If oil sold on markets or privately manufactured oil (oil-grade) is used, engine
life is adversely affected, and the privilege
of warranty repairs cannot be guaranteed.
OIL WARNING INDICATOR
FILL LEVEL
CAUTION
●Always pay attention to keep up
proper oil level. Driving with the oil
warning indicator turned on may
cause severe damage to the engine.
●Sometimes, the indicator becomes
inoperative due to the faulty oil
warning indicator switch. Check the
engine oil level periodically.
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CAUTION
●Do not fill past the fill level. Oil will
leak out if this is done.
●Immediately replace oil cap after
filling oil tank with oil.
●Make sure that foreign materials do
not enter the oil tank.
●Do not use other manufacturers oil
and do not use low quality oil.
TRANSMISSION OIL INSPCTION
<OIL LEVEL>
●Start the engine and let it idle for a few
minutes.
●Stop the engine and put the motorcycle
on its mainstand on level ground.
●Remove the oil check bolt and make
sure that the oil level is up to the lower
edge of the bolt hole.
●If the level is low, fill the recommended
oil slowly until the oil overflow through
oil hole.
TIRE PRESSURE INSPECTION
<FLUID LEAK>
Check to see if transmission oil leaks out
of the transmission case.
Check the tire pressure using a tire gauge.
Check tire pressure when the tires are
cool.
1 PERSON FRONT
AIR PRESSURE RIDING REAR
(kgf/㎠)
2 PERSON FRONT
RIDING REAR
1.25
2.00
1.25
2.00
RECOMMENDED OIL : SAE # 80~90
●Reinstall the oil check bolt.
CAUTION
OIL CHECK BOLT
OIL BOLT HOLE
OIL HOLE
●Pay special attention not to let rubber
etc., enter the check bolt hole.
●When draining the oil, make sure that
all of the oil is removed.
●The engine can be harmed if there is
too much or not enough oil.
●Do not use other manufacturers oil or
low-quality oil. These oils can
change quality overtime and can
cause damage.
CAUTION
●If there is an improper amount of air
in the tires, or if there are cracks,
damage or abnormal wear on tires,
this may cause unstable steering or
may allow the tires to become easily
punctured.
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WHEEL REMOVAL
[FRONT WHEEL REMOVAL]
① Raise the front wheel off the ground
by placing a support block under the
engine.
② Loosen the oval screw and remove the
speedometer cable.
④ Loosen the axle nut.
⑤ Withdraw the front wheel axle and
remove the front wheel.
●Fit the caliper over the disc, taking care
not to damage the brake pads. Install
the caliper fixing bolts, and tighten to a
·m
torque of : 2.7kgf·
FIXING BOLTS
●Tighten the front axle nut to the specified
torque.
FRONT WHEEL AXLE
FRONT AXLE NUT TORQUE
·m
: 6kgf·
FRONT
CALIPER
AXLE NUT
SPEEDOMETER CABLE
③ Remove the front caliper assembly
from the front fork by removing the
fixing bolts.
CAUTION
●Do not operate brake lever after the
front wheel is removed. It will make
wheel assembling difficult.
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⑦ After assembling, operate brake for a
number of times and see if wheel is
turning smoothly without getting
interruption.
⑥ Install in the reverse order of removal.
WARNING
CAUTION
●When installing the wheel, care- fully
fit the left brake disk between the
brake pads to avoid damaging the
pads.
●If a torque wrench was not used for
installation, see your authorized
dealer as soon as possible to verify
proper assembly.
Improper assembly may lead to loss
of braking capacity.
SIDE STAND INSPECTION
[REAR WHEEL REMOVAL]
●Erect main stand and place vehicle
in up right position on level ground.
●Check the spring for damage or loss
of tension and the side stand assembly
for freedom of movement.
① Set vehicle on main stand in upright
position on level ground.
② Loosen the rear brake adjuster nut.
SIDE STAND SWITCH
REAR BRAKE ARM
MUFFLER
AXLE NUT
SIDE STAND SPRING
⑥ Install in the reverse order of removal.
ADJUST NUT
REAR AXLE NUT TORQUE
·m
: 11kgf·
WARNING
③ Remove the muffler.
④ Loosen the rear wheel axle nut.
⑤ Remove the lock washer and the rear
wheel.
●If a torque wrench was not used for
installation, see your authorized
dealer as soon as possible to verify
proper assembly.
Improper assembly may lead to loss
of braking capacity.
●For model with a side stand switch,
check the side stand ignition cut off
system;
① Put the side stand up.
② Start the engine.
③ Lower the side stand. The engine
should stop as you put the side
stand down.
●If the side stand system does not
operate as described, inspect it in the
closest authorized repair center.
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SPARK PLUG
If electrode is stained or clearance is not
right, satisfactory spark is not produced.
Clean and make adjustment.
① Put your hand between right body
cover and muffler, and remove the
spark plug cap.
② Clean around the plug.
③ Using a plug wrench, remove the plug.
④ Clean plug with plug cleaner.
⑤ Check electrode for wear and corrosion.
⑥ Check the plug gap using a feeler
gauge.
PLUG GAP : 0.6~0.7mm
CAUTION
PLUG GAP
●The spark plug must be securely
tightened. An improperly tightened
plug can become very hot and possibly
damage the engine.
⑦ Tighten with hands until the plug
washer touches cylinder head.
STANDARD PLUG
:BP6HS(DOMESTIC)
:BRP6HS(EUROPE)
⑧ If new plug is installed, turn 1/2 and
tighten using a plug wrench. (Torque:
14kgf.m)
If plug is reused, turn 1/3~1/4 and
tighten.
⑨ Install in the reverse order of removal.
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●If plug of different maker or different
heat value is used, it causes
unsatisfactory engine starting,
inadequate engine revolution and
output deterioration.
●To install a spark plug, turn it in as
far as possible with your fingers, then
tighten it with a wrench.
●Do not overtighten or cross thread
the spark plug or the aluminum
threads of the cylinder head will be
damaged. Do not allow contaminants
to enter the engine through the spark
plug hole when the plug is removal.
BATTERY INSPECTION
●It is not necessary to check the battery
electrolyte level or add distilled water
as the battery is a maintenance-free
type.
●If your battery seems weak and/or is
leaking electrolyte (causing hard
starting or other electrical troubles),
contact your Daelim dealer.
CAUTION
<BATTERY REMOVAL>
1. Remove the battery cover.
2. Loosen the screw and remove the
battery band.
3. Disconnect the negative(-) terminal lead
from the battery first, then disconnect
the positive(+) terminal lead.
4. Pull out the battery from the battery
box.
BATTERY COVER
●Your battery is a maintenance-free
type and can be permanently
damaged if the cap strip is removed.
<CLEANING BATTERY TERMINALS>
●If the battery terminal is polluted, or in
rust, separate battery and clean it.
●Battery terminal in rust with white
powder should be cleaned with warm
water.
●In case of serious rust of battery
terminal, disassemble the battery cord
and grind it with wirebrush or sandpaper.
BATTERY BAND
SCREW
BATTERY
WARNING
●The battery gives off explosive
hydrogen gas during normal
operation.
●When handling the battery, stay away
from flammable materials.
●Wear protective clothing and a face
shield, or have a skilled mechanic do
the battery maintenance.
CAUTION
●Turn the ignition switch OFF before
disconnecting the terminal from the
battery.
●Make sure that terminals do not
contact with other adjacent parts
when handling ⊕ /⊖ terminal.
Contact with other parts may cause
spark resulting in electrical equipment malfunction, fire and electric
shock.
●Frequent cell starting can shorten the
battery lifetime. Please use a kick to
start the engine after the long period
storage and in case of the initial
starting and the cold starting to
improve starting performance and
extend the battery lifetime.
●When not using vehicle during a long
time, take off the battery from the
vehicle to keep from self-discharge
and electric discharge. Put the battery
in a well ventilated place after
charging fully. In case it isn’t
available to take battery off from the
vehicle, disconnect “-” terminal.
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FUSE REPLACEMENT
Turn off the main switch to see if the fuse
is severed. If the fuse is severed, exchange
the fuse into 7A fuse.
●To change a fuse, first take off battery
cover. Then, disconnect a “fuse
connector” after opening a “fuse
holder.”
●If the fuse immediately becomes
severed after being changed with the
new one, check another problem of the
electric system.
CAUTION
FUSE HOLDER
<DISASSEMBLY>
CORD
ECTOR
CONN
FUSE
<ASSEMBLY>
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●When disassemble fuse, make sure
that fuse holder isn’t separated.
●After assembling fuse in the part of
connector, check if fuse moves easily
to a line. If fuse moves eas-ily, it may
cause an accident at heating.
●Do not use a fuse having a larger
voltage as the wire can become
overheated and damaged.
When replacing any of the electri-cal
parts (lights and gauges), be sure to
replace them with the reco-mmended
parts. Using different parts can lead
to the fuses burning out or damage to
the battery.
●When washing the vehicle, take
special care not to allow to be
splashed in the area of the fuses.
BULB REPLACEMENT
[BULB CAPACITY]
[INSPECTION OF STOP LAMP]
[HEADLIGHT BULB]
Be sure to use only a bulb of rated
capacity.
Turn a main switch "ON". Check a stop
lamp for proper operation by operating the
front wheel and the rear wheel brakes, and
also a lens for damage or contamination.
●Check a switch for proper contacts prior
to replacement of a bulb.
① Loosen seven bolts and disconnect a
wire, and then disassemble a front
cover.
HEADLIHGT
TAIL/STOP LIGHT
WINKER
FRONT
REAR
12V-35/35W
12V-21/5W
12V-RY 10WX2
12V-RY 10WX2
[BULB REPLACEMENT METHOD]
●Be sure to turn a main switch "OFF"
prior to replacement of a bulb.
●Use only a bulb of rated capacity.
●After replacement with new bulb, check
for proper operation.
SCREW
FRONT COVER
CAUTION
●Care is to be taken to avoid leaving
fingerprints on a headlight bulb. Failing to
observe this may cause early damage of
the headlight bulb resulted from
concentration of heat.
●Be sure to wear clean gloves when
replacing a bulb. If touched to it with bare
hands, clean it with a cloth soaked with
alcohol to prevent from early damage.
SCREW
SCREW
② Disassemble a headlight rear cover by
pulling it out, and then disassemble a
headlight socket by turning it to
counterclockwise.
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HEADLIGHT SOCKET
FRONT COVER
RUBBER COVER
LUMINATION
ANGLE ADJUSTING
BOLT
HEADLIGHT BULB
③ Press a headlight bulb with a light
force and rotate it to counterclockwise
to disassemble it.
④ Replace with new bulb. Apply reverse
order of disassembly for assembly.
CAUTION
CAUTION
●Lumination
angle
adjusted
incorrectly may dazzle a facing
driver's eyes or result in difficulty to
show the forward.
●When disassembling, care is to be
taken for ensuring that a tail light
lens can not be damaged.
●When replacing a tail light lens, be
sure to assemble lens seal securely.
[TAIL/STOP LIGHT BULB]
① Loosen two screw to disassemble tail
light lens.
② Press a bulb with a light force and
rotate it to counterclockwise to
disassemble it.
③ Replace it with new bulb. Apply
reverse order of disassembly for
assembly.
TAIL/STOP LIGHT BULB : 12V 21/5W
HEADLIGHT BULB : 12V 35/35W
[HEADLIGHT LUMINATION ANGLE]
●Adjust headlight lumination angle by
turning an adjusting bolt on a headlight.
(Use type screwdriver.)
●Adjustment is to be carried out with a
front cover not disassembled.
[WINKER BULB]
<Front Winker Bulb>
① Loosen one screw to disassemble a
winker lens.
② Rotate a bulb to counterclockwise to
disassemble.
③ Replace it with new bulb. Apply
reverse order of disassembly for
assembly.
FRONT WINKER BULB : 12V RY 10W
BULB
BULB
TAIL LIGHT LENS
SCREWS
WINKER LENS
SCREW
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CABLE RUBBER PART
<Rear Winker Bulb>
① Loosen two screws to disassemble a
winker lens.
② Rotate a bulb to counterclockwise to
disassemble.
③ Replace it with new bulb. Apply
reverse order of disassembly for
assembly.
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT INSPECTION
A rubber part is assembled on the cable to
protect the inner cable.
Make sure that this part is placed firmly
around the correct part of the cable.
When washing the car, do not directly
spray water on to the rubber part is dirty,
use a dry cloth to clean this area.
INSPECTION PART
WINKER LENS
SCREWS
① Loosen the 5 washer screws and
remove the air cleaner case cover.
② Inspect the air cleaner element.
③ Install in the reverse order of removal.
AIR CLEANER CASE COVER
REAR WINKER BULB : 12V RY 10W
BULB
<REMOVAL>
RUBBER
SCREWS
INSPECTION PART
CAUTION
●Infiltration of the foreign materials or
water caused by damage of lever
(disengagement, tearing, etc.) may
cause freezing in winter season
resulting in faulty operation, sudden
accelation and braking force decrease.
If any damage is found, replace with
the new on immediately.
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NOTABLES FOR CAR WASHING
<CLEANING>
●Clean the air cleaner element in clean
oil, squeeze excess oil, and then, wrapping it in a dry cloth, squeeze it again.
●Make sure all excess oil removed and
reassemble the air cleaner element.
OIL : SAE # 80 ~ 90
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CAUTION
●Do not use gasoline or other materials having a low ignition point as
this can be a fire hazard.
●If the air cleaner element is inadequately assembled, dust and other
waste materials can directly enter the
engine. This results in increased
cylinder wear and redu-ced power,
and reduced durability of the engine.
●When washing the vehicle, be careful
not to allow water to get into the air
cleaner.
Difficulties in starting the engine
may result if this happens.
●If the engine start is failed during
rain or after driving across water
pool, check to see if the water is
infiltrated in the air cleaner and clean
it.
●Do not drive in the flooded area. If
the water enters the air cleaner or
engine, the vehicle may be subjected
to the rear-end collision due to the
power failure.
●Make sure to stop the engine prior to
car washing.
●Be careful not to allow water to enter
the muffler during the washing.Water
inside the muffler may cause an
improper engine starting or rust
occurrence.
●Do not let water get inside the braking
system during the washing, as water
inside the brake system may weaken the
braking power. Upon completion of
washing, select a safe place where there
is no traffic obstruction, and start the
vehicle.
Lightly apply the brake while driving at
a slow speed and check the braking
power. If the braking power has been
weakened, apply brake lightly while
driving at a slow speed to dry up the
brake system.
●Take precautions when waxing the
vehicle. Excessive polish of the painted
section and/or the resin part with
compound wax might damage the
painted section causing discoloration of
the affected area.
STORAGE GUIDE
Extended storage, such as for winter,
requires that you take certain steps to
reduce the effects of deterioration from
non-use of the motorcycle.
In addition, necessary repairs should be
made BEFORE storing the motorcycle;
otherwise, these repairs may be forgotten
by the time the motorcycle is removed
from storage.
<STORAGE>
●Empty the fuel tank into an approved
gasoline
container
using
a
commercially available hand siphon or
an equivalent method.
●If storage will last more than one
month, carburetor draining is very
important, to assure proper performance
after storage.
CAUTION
●Gasoline is extremely flammable and
is explosive under certain
conditions. Perform this operation
in a well-ventilated area with the
engine stopped. Do not smoke or
allow flames or sparks in the area
where gasoline is drained or stored
and where the fuel tank is refueled.
<REMOVAL FROM STORAGE>
●Uncover and clean the motorcycle.
●Charge the battery as required. Install
the battery.
●Perform all Self Inspections Before
Operation checks (page 24).
Test ride the motorcycle at low speeds
in a safe riding area away from traffic.
●Remove the battery. Store in an area
protected from freezing temperatures
and direct sunlight.
Slow charge the battery once a month.
●Wash and dry the motorcycle. Wax all
painted surfaces.
●Inflate the tires to their recommended
pressures. Place the motorcycle on
blocks to raise both tires off the ground.
●Cover the motorcycle (don’t use plastic
or other coated materials) and store in
an unheated area, free of dampness with
a minimum of daily temperature
variation. Do not store the motorcycle
in direct sunlight.
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SAFE DRIVING
PREPARATION BEFORE DRIVING
● Performing daily inspection
● Putting on the protective gears (Helmet, glove, goggles, etc.)
● Bringing the driver's licence
● Determinating the path to the desired destination
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DRIVING METHOD
DRIVING POSITION
The appropriate driving position is most important thing to
driving safely.
① Eyes : Look at the front direction widely.
② Shoulders : Relieve the tension.
③ Arms : Relieve the tension and bend arms to inside and let
them act as the spring.
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.
⑤ Wrist : Keep the state to act freely without applying excessive
force to the shoulder and arms.
⑥ Knees : Press the fuel tank slightly.
⑦ Feet : Place the feet to face the front parallel and make the
step bar be placed in the center of feet.
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PRECAUTION WHEN DRIVING
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Secure the safe distance.
Drive protectively.
Do not obstruct the traffic.
Do not drive on the pedestrian way or walkway.
Drive on the left driveway when passing away.
Make sure that you can apply the brake anytime.
Always apply the brake when stopping temporarily.
Do not drive excessively long distance and take enough
break.
● If any abnormality is found, stop driving and contact service
center to inspect the vehicle.
● Restart the vehicle after 2~3 min when it is turned over.
● Always turn on the headlight at night.
STARTING
Prior to starting always look around to avoid accident.
① Get on the vehicle after pulling back the stand.
② Start driving slowly after turning on the winker and
releasing the brake while ensuring the safety around the
vehicle.
CAUTION
●Return the side stand to its original position. Keep
driving without doing this may cause turnover accident.
●Drive the vehicle only on the driveway. Driving on the
walkway can cause accident. Also, if the wheel is
transformed when advancing directly to the walkway, the
vehicle can be overturned resulting in injury of the driver
due to the driving unstability.
●Overspeed driving on the unpaved road can cause the
vehicle to be overturned resulting in injury of the driver
due to the driving unstability.
●Do not drive in the gravel road. If any gravel enters the
wheel or engine case, the vehicle can be overturned
resulting in injury of the driver.
●If possible, do not drive close to the sea or on the road
where calcium chloride is treated.
The muffler, external parts and welded parts can be
corroded rapidly, and also in case of damage of the frame,
the vehicle can be overturned resulting in injury of the
driver.
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TURNING METHOD
PRINCIPLE OF TURN
EFFECT OF SPEED
CENTRIFUGAL
FORCE
GRAVITY
The basic principle of turn is balancing using the centrifugal
force which makes vehicle go outside and the gravity which
makes vehicle fall inside.
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The centrifugal force increases in inverse portion to the radius
of a curve and in portion to the square speed. Decelerate prior
to entering the curved way to reduce the centrifugal force.
3 POSITIONS OF TURNING
The basic principle of turn is balancing using combined force of
the centrifugal force and the gravity.
All 3 positions require straightening the head and keeping the
eyes horizontally.
< LEAN-WITH >
This is a turning position with motorcycle and driver in a line.
This position is the most natural and exact, so driver must learn
it thoroughly.
< LEAN-IN >
This is a turning position with driver leaned inside more than
motorcycle. This position is adequate to drive on the rained or
slippy road because it has best road holding.
However, special attention is required because front visual field
is poor when driver leans inside more than motorcycle.
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TURNING METHOD
< LEAN-OUT >
This is a turning position with motorcycle leaned inside
more than driver, which is opposite to the lean-in position.
With this 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. However, special
attention is required because there is danger of slipping on the
bad holding road.
① Turn the throttle grip to its original position and decelerate
using both front and rear brakes.
② Lean the vehicle toward inside of turn circle while driving
slowly at constant speed.
③ Accelerate gradually.
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PRECAUTION WHEN TURNING
Do not drive inside of large truck's turn circle.
< DEAD ANGLE ZONE >
Dead angle zone is the sight range which cannot be identified by
driver and increases in proportion to the width of the vehicle.
< DISTANCE BETWEEN 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 vehicle.
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BRAKING METHOD
BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BRAKE (FRICTION FORCE)
RESTRAINT OF BRAKE EFFECT (INERTIA)
● Vehicle is braked using friction between road surface and
tires.
● Braking distance increases 1.5 times on wet road and 3
times on icy road because friction force of road surface is
decreased.
NEW TIRE
NEW TIRE IN A
RAINY DAY
EXISTING
TIRE IN A
RAINY DAY
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Due to the inertia, vehicle does not stop immediately after
applying the brake.
BRAKING METHOD
IMPACT WHEN COLLISION
● Turn the throttle grip to its original position and decelerate
Learn the proper braking method to prevent accident.
using the engine brake.
● Erect the vehicle straight.
● Brake using both front and rear brakes.
COMPARISION OF BRAKING DISTANCE
·Vehicle speed : 50 km/h
When using both front and rear brakes
When using only front brake
Impact increases in proportion to the speed and weight. The
impact when collision to concrete wall at 50 km/h is same
as one when falling from the height of 10m.
When using only rear brake
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WIRING DIAGRAM (EUROPE)
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WIRING DIAGRAM (DOMESTIC)
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MEMO :
OWNER’S MANUAL
3. 2004 PRINTED
3. 2004 PUBLICATION
NO COPY
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