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 OWNERS MANUAL
USO E MANUTENZIONE
MANUAL DEL PROPIETARIO
scv 100
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Honda SCV100
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OWNER’S MANUAL
USO E MANUTENZIONE
~ MANUAL DEL PROPIETARIO
© Honda Motor Co., Ltd. 2003
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
¢ OPERATOR AND PASSENGER
This scooter is designed to carry the operator and one passenger. Never exceed the
maximum weight capacity as shown on the accessories and loading label. |
¢ ON-ROAD USE
This scooter is designed to be used only on the road.
e READ THIS OWNER’S MANUAL CAREFULLY
Pay special attention to the safety messages that appear throughout the manual. These
messages are fully explained in the “A Few Words About Safety” section which appears
before the Contents page.
This manual should be considered a permanent part of the scooter and should remain with
the scooter when resold.
Honda SCV100
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OWNER’S MANUAL
All information in this publication is based on the latest production information
available at the time of approval for printing. Honda Motor Co.,Ltd. reserves the
right to make changes at any time without notice and without incurring any
obligation.
No part of this publication may be reproduced without written permission.
WELCOME
The scooter presents you a challenge to master the machine, a challenge to adventure. You
ride through the wind, linked to the road by a vehicle that responds to your commands as no
other does. Unlike an automobile, there is no metal cage around you. Like an airplane, a pre-
ride inspection and regular maintenance are essential to your safety. Your reward is freedom.
To meet the challenges safely, and to enjoy the adventure fully, you should become
thoroughly familiar with this owner's manual BEFORE YOU RIDE THE SCOOTER.
As you read this manual, you will find information that is preceded by a symbol. This
information is intended to help you avoid damage to your scooter, other property, or the
environment.
When service is required, remember that your Honda dealer knows your scooter best. If you
have the required mechanical “know-how” and tools, your dealer can supply you with an
Official Honda Service Manual to help you perform many maintenance and repair tasks.
Pleasant riding, and thank you for choosing a Honda !
* Following codes in this manual indicate each country.
e The illustrations herein are based on the ED type.
| E | UK | (ED! (European direct sales )
LF | France | Germany Italy Spain Holland
Portuga Sweden reece
¢ The specifications may vary with each locale.
A FEW WORDS ABOUT SAFETY
Your safety, and the safety of others, is very important. And operating this scooter safely is
an important responsibility.
To help you make informed decisions about safety, we have provided operating procedures
and other information on labels and in this manual. This information alerts you to potential
hazards that could hurt you or others.
Of course, it is not practical or possible to warn you about all hazards associated with
operating or maintaining a scooter. You must use your own good judgement.
You will find important safety information in a variety of forms, including:
e Safety Labels — on the scooter.
e Safety Messages — preceded by a safety alert symbol £à and one of three signal words:
DANGER, WARNING, or CAUTION.
These signal words mean:
| A DANGER | You WILL be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow
instructions.
a WARNING | You CAN be KILLED or SERIOUSLY HURT if you don’t follow
instructions.
i CAUTION You CAN be HURT if you don’t follow instructions.
e Safety Headings — such as Important Safety Reminders or Important Safety Precautions.
e Safety Section — such as Scooter Safety.
e Instructions — how to use this scooter correctly and safely.
This entire manualis filled with important safety information — please read it carefully.
OPERATION
page page
1 SCOOTER SAFETY 29 ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL
1 Important Safety Information COMPONENTS
2 Protective Apparel 29 Ignition Switch
5 Load Limits and Guidelines 30 Right Handlebar Controls
31 Left Handlebar Controls
10 PARTS LOCATION
13 Instruments and Indicators
16 MAJOR COMPONENTS
(Information you need to
operate this scooter)
16 Brakes
19 Fuel
22 Engine Oil
23 Tubeless Tyres
FEATURES
(Not required for operation)
Steering Lock
Seat Lock
Helmet Holder
Center Compartment
Document Compartment
Luggage Hook
Body Cover
Front Upper Cover
Headlight Aim Vertical Adjustment
OPERATION
Pre-ride Inspection
Starting the Engine
Running-in
Riding
Parking
Anti-theft Tips
MAINTENANCE
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60
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MAINTENANCE
The Importance of Maintenance
Maintenance Safety
Safety Precautions
Maintenance Schedule
Tool Kit
Serial Numbers
Colour Label
Air Cleaner
Secondary Air Supply System
Crankcase Breather
Engine Oil
Engine Oil Strainer Screen
Spark Plug
Idle Speed
Brake Shoe Wear
Battery
Fuse Replacement
Bulb Replacement
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CLEANING
STORAGE GUIDE
Storage
Removal from Storage
SPECIFICATIONS
SCOOTER SAFETY
IMPORTANT SAFETY INFORMATION
Your scooter can provide many years of
service and pleasure — if you take
responsibility for your own safety and
understand the challenges that you can
meet on the road.
There is much that you can do to protect
yourself when you ride. You'll find many
helpful recommendations throughout this
manual. Following are a few that we
consider most important.
Always Wear a Helmet
It's a proven fact: helmets significantly
reduce the number and severity of head
injuries. So always wear an approved
motorcycle helmet and make sure your °
passenger does the same. We also
recommend that you wear eye protection,
sturdy boots, gloves, and other protective
gear (page 3 ).
Make Yourself Easy to See
Some drivers do not see scooters because
they are not looking for them. To make
yourself more visible, wear bright reflective
clothing, position yourself so other drivers
can see you, signal before turning or
changing lanes, and use your horn when it
will help others notice you.
Ride Within Your Limits
Pushing the limits is another major cause of
scooter accidents. Never ride beyond your
personal abilities or faster than conditions
warrant. Remember that alcohol, drugs,
fatigue and inattention can significantly
reduce your ability to make good
judgements and ride safely.
Don’t Drink and Ride
Alcohol and riding don’t mix. Even one
drink can reduce your ability to respond to
changing conditions, and your reaction time
gets worse with every additional drink. So
don’t drink and ride, and don’t let your
friends drink and ride either.
Keep Your Bike in Safe Condition
For safe riding, it’s important to inspect
your scooter before every ride and perform
all recommended maintenance. Never
exceed load limits, and only use accessories
that have been approved by Honda for this
scooter. See page 5 for more details.
PROTECTIVE APPAREL
For your safety, we strongly recommend
that you always wear an approved
motorcycle helmet, eye protection, boots,
gloves, long pants, and a long-sleeved shirt
or jacket whenever you ride. Although
complete protection is not possible, wearing
proper gear can reduce the chance of injury
when you ride.
Following are suggestions to help you
choose proper gear.
Not wearing a heimet increases the
chance of serious injury or death in a
crash.
Be sure you and your passenger
always wear a helmet, eye protection
and other protective apparel when you
ride. —- |
Helmets and Eye Protection
Your helmet is your most important piece of
riding gear because it offers the best
protection against head injuries. A helmet
"should fit your head comfortably and
securely. A bright-coloured helmet can
make you more noticeable in traffic, as can
reflective strips.
An open-face helmet offers some protection,
but a full-face helmet offers more. Always
wear a face shield or goggles to protect
your eyes and help your vision.
Additional Riding Gear
In addition to a helmet and eye protection,
we also recommend:
e Sturdy boots with non-slip soles to help
protect your feet and ankles.
e Leather gloves to keep your hands warm
and help prevent blisters, cuts, burns and
bruises.
e A motorcycle riding suit or jacket for
comfort as well as protection. Bright-
colored and reflective clothing can help
make you more noticeable in traffic. Be
sure to avoid loose clothes that could get
caught on any part of your scooter.
ALWAYS wear a helmet.
You should also wear a face shield or goggles.
Wear bright or reflective clothing. e
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Clothes should be close-fitting.
Wear gloves.
LOAD LIMITS AND GUIDELINES
Your scooter has been designed to carry
you, one passenger and a limited amount of
cargo. When you add cargo or carry a
passenger, you may feel some difference
during acceleration and braking. But so long
as you keep your scooter well-maintained,
with good tyres and brakes, you can safely
carry loads within the given limits and
guidelines.
However, exceeding the weight limit or
carrying an unbalanced load can seriously
affect your scooter’s handling, braking and
stability. Non-Honda accessories, improper
modifications, and poor maintenance can
also reduce your safety margin.
The following pages give more specific
information on loading, accessories and
modifications.
Loading
How much weight you put on your scooter,
and how you load it, are important to your
safety. Anytime you ride with a passenger
or cargo you should be aware of the
following information.
ENTER
1 Overloading or improper loading can
cause a crash and you can be
seriously hurt or killed.
Follow all load limits and other loading
guidelines in this manual.
Load Limits
Following are the load limits for your scooter:
Maximum weight capacity:
180 kg (397 ibs)
Includes the weight of the rider, passenger, all cargo and all accessories
The weight of added accessories will reduce the maximum cargo weight you can carry.
Putting too much weight in individual storage compartments can also affect stability and
handling. So be sure to stay within the limits given below:
Maximum weight:
in center compartment: 10 kg (22 lbs)
luggage hook: 1.5 kg (3 Ibs)
luggage carrier: 3.0 kg (6.6 155)
e Luggage hook:
J weight limit:
Luggage carrier: > 1.5 kg (3 Ibs)
weight limit: ARR
3.0 kg (6.6 Ibs) RAZ
Center compartment:
weight limit:
10 kg (22 Ibs)
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Loading Guidelines
Your scooter is primarily intended for
transporting you and a passenger.
If you wish to carry more cargo, check with
your Honda dealer for advice, and be sure
to read the information regarding
accessories on page 8.
Improperly loading your scooter can affect
its stability and handling. Even if your
scooter is properly loaded, you should ride
at reduced speeds whenever carrying cargo.
Follow these guidelines whenever you carry
a passenger or cargo:
e Check that both tyres are inflated
properly.
e To prevent loose items from creating a
hazard, make sure the center
compartment is closed and that any other
cargo is securely tied down before you
ride away. |
e Place cargo weight as close to the center
of the scooter as possible.
e Balance cargo weight evenly on both
sides.
Accessories and Modifications
Modifying your scooter or using non-Honda
accessories can make your scooter unsafe.
Before you consider making any
modifications or adding an accessory, be
sure to read the following information.
Improper accessories or modifications
can cause a crash in which you can be
seriously hurt or killed.
Follow all instructions in this owners
manual regarding accessories and
modifications.
Accessories
We strongly recommend that you use only
genuine Honda accessories that have been
specifically designed and tested for your
scooter. Because Honda cannot test all
other accessories, you must be personally
responsible for proper selection, installation
and use of non-Honda accessories. Check
with your dealer for assistance and always
follow these guidelines:
e Make sure the accessory does not
obscure any lights, reduce ground
clearance and banking angle, limit
suspension travel or steering travel, alter
your riding position or interfere with
operating any controls.
® Ве sure electrical equipment does not
exceed the scooters electrical system
capacity (page 100). A blown fuse can
cause a loss of lights or engine power.
e Do not pull a trailer or sidecar with your
scooter. This scooter was not designed
for these attachments, and their use can
seriously impair your scooter's handling.
Modifications
We strongly advise you not to remove any
original equipment or modify your scooter
in any way that would change its design or
operation. Such changes could seriously
impair your scooter's handling, stability and
braking, making it unsafe to ride.
Removing or modifying your lights,
mufflers, emission control system or other
equipment can also make your scooter
illegal.
PARTS LOCATION
Rearview mirror Speedometer Fuel gauge Rearview mirror
Rear brake
lock lever
Rear brake lever Front brake lever
Headlight dimmer Throttle grip
switch
Turn signal switch ©
Horn switch | Starter button
Ignition switch
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Center compartment
Fuel fill cap
. Battery
" Fuse box
Luggage carrier
Luggage hook
Oil filler cap/dipstick Passenger footpeg
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Helmet holder Document compartment
Tool kit
Seat lock
Air cleaner housing
Passenger footpeg Kick starter pedal
Center stand
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INSTRUMENTS AND
INDICATORS
The indicators are contained in the
instrument panel. Their functions are
described in the tables on the following
pages.
(1) Speedometer
(2) Odometer
(3) Fuel gauge .
(4) Right turn signal indicator
(5) High beam indicator
(6) Left turn signal indicator
(6)
(5)
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(Ref.No.) Description
Function
(1) Speedometer
Shows riding speed.
This shows your speed in kilometers per hour
(km/h) and/or miles per hour (mph) depending on
the type.
2) Odometer
Shows accumulated mileage.
3) Fuel gauge
Shows approximate fuel supply available (page 15 ).
4) Right turn signal indicator
Flashes when the right turn signal operates.
5) High beam indicator
Lights when the headlight is on high beam.
6) Left turn signal indicator
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Flashes when the left turn signal operates.
Fuel Gauge (1)
When the gauge needle enters the red band,
fuel will be low and you should refill the
tank as soon as possible.
The amount of fuel left in the tank when the
needle enters the red band and with the
vehicle set upright is approximately:
1.3 2 (0.34 US gal , 0.29 imp gal)
(1) Fuel gauge
(2) Red band
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MAJOR COMPONENTS
(Information you need to operate this scooter)
BRAKES
Brakes are items of personal safety and (2) (1)
should always be maintained in proper
adjustment.
The distance the front brake lever or rear
brake pedal moves before the brake starts
to engage is called free play.
Measured at the tip of the brake levers, free
play should be maintained at: ~ | 4
10— 20 mm (0.4—0.8 in)
(1) Front brake lever
(2) Rear brake lever
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Adjustment:
1. Make free play adjustments by turning
the adjusting nut (3) at the brake arm.
Make sure the cut-out on the adjusting
nut is seated on the brake arm pin (4)
after making final free play adjustment.
FRONT
(A)
4) (4)
(3) Adjusting nut
(4) Arm pin
(A) Increase
(B) Decrease
2. Apply the brake several times and check
for free wheel rotation after the brake
lever is released.
If proper adjustment cannot be obtained by
this method, see your Honda dealer.
(4) (3)
cut-out
correctly
seated
cut-out
not seated
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- Other Checks:
Check the brake cable for kinks or signs of
wear that could cause sticking or failure.
Lubricate the brake cable with a
commercially available cable lubricant to
prevent premature wear and corrosion.
Make sure the brake arm, spring and
fasteners are in good condition.
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FUEL
Fuel Tank
The fuel tank is located under the seat.
The fuel tank capacity including the reserve
supply is:
6.0 4 (1.59 US gal , 1.32 Imp gal)
To open the fuel fill cap (1), unlock and lift
up the seat (page 33 ), then remove the fuel
fill cap by turning it counterclockwise.
Do not overfill the tank. There should be no
fuel in the filler neck (2).
After refueling, be sure to tighten the fuel
fill cap firmly by turning it clockwise.
Make sure that the arrow marks (3 ) on the
fuel fill cap and fuel tank is aligned.
Petrol is highly flammable and
explosive. You can be burned or
sériously injured when handling fuel.
e Stop the engine and keep heat,
sparks, and flame away.
e Refuel only outdoors.
e Wipe up spilis immediately.
(1) Fuel fill cap (3) Arrow marks
(2) Filler neck
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Use unleaded or low-lead petrol with a
research octane number of 91 or higher. NOTICE
We recommend that you use unleaded If “spark knock” or “pinking” occurs at a
petrol because it produces fewer engine and steady engine speed under normal load,
spark plug deposits and extends the life of change brands of petrol. If spark knock or
exhaust system components. pinking persists, consult your Honda dealer.
Failure to do so is considered misuse, and
damage caused by misuse is not covered by
Honda's Limited Warranty.
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Petrol Containing Alcohol
If you decide to use a petrol containing
alcohol (gasohol), be sure it’s octane rating
is at least as high as that recommended by
Honda. There are two types of “gasoho!”:
one containing ethanol, and the other
containing methanol. Do not use petrol that
contains more than 10 % ethanol. Do not use
petrol containing methanol (methyl or wood
alcohol) that does not also contain
cosolvents and corrosion inhibitors for
methanol. Never use petrol containing more
than 5 % methanol, even if it has cosolvents
and corrosion inhibitors.
Fuel system damage or engine performance
problems resulting from the use of fuels
that contain alcohol is not covered under
the warranty. Honda cannot endorse the
use of fuels containing methanol since
evidence of their suitability is as yet
incomplete.
Before buying fuel from an unfamiliar
station, try to find out if the fuel contains
alcohol. If it does, confirm the type and
percentage of alcohol used. If you notice
any undesirable operating symptoms while
using a petrol that contains alcohol, or one
that you think contains alcohol, switch to a
petrol that you know does not contain
alcohol.
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ENGINE OIL
Engine Oil Level Check
Check the engine oil level each day before
riding the scooter.
The level must be maintained between the
upper (1) and lower (2) level marks on the
oil filler cap/dipstick (3).
1. Start the engine and let it idle for 3—5
minutes.
2. Stop the engine and put the scooter on its
center stand on level ground.
3. After a few minutes, remove the oil filler
cap/dipstick, wipe it clean, and reinsert
the dipstick without screwing it in.
Remove the dipstick. The oil level should
be between the upper and lower marks
on the dipstick.
4. If required, add the specified oil (see
page 71 ) up to the upper level mark. Do
not overfill.
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5. Reinstall the oil filler cap/dipstick. Check
for oil leaks.
Running the engine with insufficient oil
pressure may cause serious engine damage.
(3)
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(1) UPPER level mark
(2) LOWER level mark
(3) Oil filler cap/dipstick
TUBELESS TYRES
To safely operate your scooter, your tyres
must be the proper type and size, in good
condition with adequate tread, and correctly
inflated for the load you are carrying. The
following pages give more detailed informa-
tion on how and when to check your air
pressure, how to inspect your tyres for
damage, and what to do when your tyres
need to be repaired or replaced.
Using tyres that are excessively worn
or improperly inflated can cause a
crash in which you can be seriously
hurt or killed.
Follow all instructions in this owners
manual regarding tyre inflation and
maintenance.
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Air Pressure
Keeping your tyres properly inflated
provides the best combination of handling,
tread life and riding comfort. Generally,
underinflated tyres wear unevenly,
adversely affect handling, and are more
likely to fail from being overheated.
Overinflated tyres make your scooter ride
more harshly, are more prone to damage
from road hazards, and wear unevenly.
We recommend that you visually check
your tyres before every ride and use a
gauge to measure air pressure at least once
a month or any time you think the tyres.
might be low.
Tubeless tyres have some self-sealing
ability if they are punctured. However,
because leakage is often very slow, you
should look closely for punctures whenever
a tyre is not fully inflated.
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Always check air pressure when your tyres
are “cold” — when the scooter has been
parked for at least three hours. If you check
air pressure when your tyres are “warm” —
when the scooter has been ridden for even
a few miles — the readings will be higher
than if the tyres were “cold”. This is normal,
so do not let air out of the tyres to match
the recommended cold air pressures given
below. If you do, the tyres will be
underinflated.
The recommended “cold” tyre pressures
are:
kPa (kgf/cm? psi)
Driver Front 150(1.50, 22)
only Rear 200 (2.00, 29)
Driver and Front 150 (1.50, 22)
one passenger | Rear 250 (2.50, 36)
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Inspection
Whenever you check the tyre pressures,
you should also examine the tyre treads and
sidewalls for wear, damage, and foreign
objects:
Look for:
e Bumps or bulges in the side of the tyre or
the tread. Replace the tyre if you find any
bumps or bulges.
e Cuts, splits or cracks in the tyre. Replace
the tyre if you can see fabric or cord.
e Excessive tread wear.
Also, if you hit a pothole or hard object, pull
to the side of the road as soon as you safely
can and carefully inspect the tyres for
damage.
Tread Wear
Inspect the wear indicator (1) to check for
insufficient tread depth. If the wear
indicator is visible, the tyre should be
replaced.
(2)
(1) Wear indicator
(2) Wear indicator location mark
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Tyre Repair
If a tyre is punctured or damaged, you
should replace it, not repair it. As discussed |
below, a tyre that is repaired, either
temporarily or permanently, will have lower
speed and performance limits than a new
tyre.
A temporary repair, such as an external
tubeless tyre plug, may not be safe for
normal speeds and riding conditions. If a
temporary or emergency repair is made to a
tyre, you should ride slowly and cautiously
to a dealer and have the tyre replaced. If
possible, you should not carry a passenger
or cargo until a new tyre is installed.
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Even if a tyre is professionally repaired with
a permanent internal patch plug, it will not
be as good as a new tyre. You should not
exceed 60 km/h (40 mph) for the first 24
hours. In addition, you may not be able to
safely carry as much weight as with a new
tyre. Therefore, we strongly recommend
that you replace a damaged tyre. If you
choose to have a tyre repaired, be sure the
wheel is balanced before you ride.
Tyre Replacement
The tyres that came on your scooter were
designed to match the performance
capabilities of your scooter and provide the
best combination of handling, braking,
durability and comfort.
AWARNING
Installing improper tyres on your
scooter can affect handling and
stability. This can cause a crash in
which you can be seriously hurt or
killed.
Always use the size and type of tyres
recommended in this owners manual.
The recommended tyres for your scooter
are:
Front: 90/100-10 53J
DUNLOP
D306
IRC
MB99
Rear: 90/100-10 53J
DUNLOP
D306
IRC
MB99
Whenever you replace a tyre, use one that
is equivalent to the original and be sure the
wheel is balanced after the new tyre is
installed.
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Important Safety Reminders
e Do not install a tube inside a tubeless tyre
on this scooter. Excessive heat build-up
can cause the tube to burst.
e Use only tubeless tyres on this scooter.
The rims are designed for tubeless tyres,
and during hard acceleration or braking,
a tube-type tyre could slip on the rim and
cause the tyre to rapidly deflate.
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ESSENTIAL INDIVIDUAL COMPONENTS
IGNITION SWITCH
The ignition switch (1) is on the right
side below the steering stem.
(1)
(1) Ignition switch
Key Position Function Key Removal
LOCK Steering is locked. Engine and lights cannot be | Key can be
(steering lock) | operated. removed
OFF Engine and lights cannot be operated. Key can be
a removed
ON Engine and lights can be operated. Key cannot be
removed
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RIGHT HANDLEBAR CONTROLS
Starter Button
The starter button (1) is next to the throttle
grip.
When the starter button is pressed, the
starter motor cranks the engine. See page
42 for the starting procedure.
(1) Starter button
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LEFT HANDLEBAR CONTROLS
Headlight Dimmer Switch
Push the dimmer switch to ED (HD to
select high beam or to ZD (LO) to select
low beam.
Turn Signal Switch
Move to < (L) to signal a left turn,
=> (R) to signal a right turn. Press to turn
signal off.
Horn Button
Press the button to sound the horn.
(1)
(3)
(1) Headlight dimmer switch
(2) Turn signal switch
(3) Horn button
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FEATURES
(Not required for operation)
STEERING LOCK
To lock the steering, turn the handlebar all
the way to the left, turn the key (1) to
LOCK while pushing in. Remove the key.
Do not turn the key to LOCK while riding
the scooter; loss of vehicle control will
result.
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(1)
(1) Ignition key
(A) Push in
(B) Turn to LOCK
SEAT LOCK
The seat lock (1) is on the backside of the
seat.
To lift the seat, insert the ignition key (2)
and turn it clockwise to unlock.
To lock the seat, lower and push down on it
until it locks. Make sure the seat is secure
before riding.
(1) Seat lock
(2) Ignition key
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HELMET HOLDER
The helmet holder (1) is on the both sides
below the seat. The helmet holder is
designed to secure your helmet while
parked.
Insert the ignition key into the seat lock,
and turn it clockwise to unlock.
Hang your helmet on the hook at the seat
hinge and lower the seat to lock.
To remove a helmet, unlock the seat. Lift
the helmet off the holder and lower the seat,
making sure it securely locked before riding.
AWARNING
Riding with a helmet attached to the
holder can interfere with the rear wheel
or suspension and could cause a
crash in which you can be seriously (1) Helmet holder
hurt or killed.
Use the helmet holder only while
parked. Do not ride with a helmet
secured by the holder.
CENTER COMPARTMENT
The center compartment (1) is below the
seat. Opening and closing:
See “SEAT LOCK” (page 33).
MAXIMUM WEIGHT LIMIT:
10 kg (22 Ibs)
Never exceed the maximum weight limit:
handling and stability may be severely
affected.
The center compartment may become
heated by the engine. Do not store food and
other articles which are flammable or
susceptible to heat damage in this
compartment.
Do not direct water under pressure against
the center compartment as water will be
forced into the compartment.
(1) Center compartment
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DOCUMENT COMPARTMENT
The document compartment (1) is located
under the seat.
This owner’s manual and other documents
should be stored in this compartment.
When washing your scooter be careful not
to flood this area with water.
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(1) Document compartment
LUGGAGE HOOK
The luggage hook (1) is provided below the
seat.
MAXIMUM WEIGHT LIMIT:
1.5 kg (3 Ibs)
Do not attach large luggage to the hook that
would hang out from the scooter and/or
interfere with the movement of your feet.
(1) Luggage hook
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BODY COVER
Raise:
1. Open the seat (page 33).
2. Remove the bolts A (1).
3. Remove the bolts B (2), the passenger
foot pegs (3), and the collars (4).
4. Lift up the body cover (5) and stand the
rod (6).
Installation:
e Installation can be done in the reverse
order of removal.
Do not move the scooter by holding it by
the rear grip with the body cover lifted up.
Do not sit on the seat with the body cover
lifted up.
Place the scooter on its center stand when
servicing the scooter with the body cover
lifted up.
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NN
x À
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/ FR /
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(1) Bolts A (4) Collars
(2) Bolts B (5) Body cover
(3) Passenger foot pegs (6) Rod
FRONT UPPER COVER
(3)
Removal:
1. Remove the screws A (1) and the screws
B (2).
2. Remove the front upper cover (3), then
disconnect the connector (4).
Installation:
e Installation can be done in the reverse
order of removal.
(2)
(1) Screws A
(2) Screws B.
(3) Front upper cover
(4) Connector
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HEADLIGHT AIM VERTICAL
ADJUSTMENT
Vertical adjustment can be made by turning
the bolt (1) in or out as necessary.
Obey local laws and regulations.
(1) Bolt
OPERATION
PRE-RIDE INSPECTION
For your safety, it is very important to take
a few moments before each ride to walk
around your scooter and check its condition.
If you detect any problem, be sure you take
care of it, or have it corrected by your
Honda dealer.
A WARNING
Improperly maintaining this scooter or
failing to correct a problem before
riding can cause a crash in which you
can be seriously hurt or killed.
Always perform a pre-ride inspection
before every ride and correct any
problems.
1. Engine oil level—add engine oil if
required (page 22). Check for leaks.
2. Fuel level —fill fuel tank when necessary
(page 19). Check for leaks.
3. Front and rear brakes— check operation
and if necessary, adjust free play (pages
16-18).
4. Tyres— check condition and pressure
(pages 23—28 .)
5. Throttle — check for smooth opening and
full closing in all steering positions.
6. Lights and horn— check that headlight,
tail/brake light, turn signals, indicators
and horn function properly.
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STARTING THE ENGINE
Always follow the proper starting procedure
described below.
This scooter has an automatic fuel valve.
Operate the kickstarter or starter button for
slightly longer than usual without opening
the throttle if the scooter has been left
standing for a long time or when the fuel
tank has just been refilled.
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Your scooter’s exhaust contains poisonous
carbon monoxide gas. High levels of carbon
monoxide can collect rapidly in enclosed
areas such as a garage. Do not run the
engine with the garage door closed. Even
with the door open, run the engine only
long enough to move your scooter out of
the garage.
(Use the starter button)
Do not use the electric starter for more than
5 seconds at a time. Release the starter
button for approximately 10 seconds before
pressing it again.
1. Place the scooter on its center stand.
2. Lock the rear wheel by squeezing the
brake lever (1) and setting the lock lever
2).
ACAUTION оу
Contact with the spinning rear wheel!
can cause you to be hurt.
Set the rear brake lock when the
scooter is on its center stand.
The electric starter will only work when the
rear brake lever (1) is operated.
(1) Rear brake lever
(2) Lock lever
3. Turn the ignition switch (3) to ON.
3)
(3) Ignition switch
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1. With the throttle closed, push the starter
button (4). Release the starter button as
soon as the engine starts.
Do not use the electric starter for more than
5 seconds at a time. Release the starter
button for approximately 10 seconds before
pressing it again.
pe.
(4)
(4) Starter button
5. Be sure to keep the throttle closed and
the rear brake (1) locked while starting
and warming up the engine.
6. Allow the engine to warm up before
riding (See “RIDING”, page 49 ).
Do not “BLIP” the throttle (open and close
rapidly) as the scooter will move forward
suddenly, causing possible loss of control.
Do not leave the scooter unattended while
the engine is warming up.
CLOSED
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(1)
(1) Rear brake lever
To start the engine without the electric
starter:
1. Follow steps 1 through 3.
2. With the throttle closed, operate the
kickstarter with a rapid, continuous
motion.
Do not allow the kickstarter to snap back
freely against the pedal stop as engine case
damage could result.
Raise the kickstarter pedal after the
kickstarter pedal is returned to the stop.
3. Follow steps 5 through 6.
If you cannot restart a warm engine:
1. Place the scooter on its center stand an
set the rear brake lock. |
2. Rotate the throttle (1) 1/8—1/4 turn
while starting the engine.
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RUNNING-IN
Help assure your scooter’s future reliability
and performance by paying extra attention
to how you ride during the first 500 km (300
miles). | |
During this period, avoid full-throttle starts
and rapid acceleration.
RIDING
Review Scooter Safety (pages 1—9)
before you ride.
1. Make sure the throttle is closed and
the rear brake is locked before moving
the scooter off the center stand.
The rear wheel must be locked when
moving the scooter off the center stand
or loss of control may result.
(2)
(1)
(1) Rear brake lever
(2) Lock lever
2. Stand on the left side of the scooter 3. Mount the scooter from the left side
and push it forward and off the center keeping at least one foot on the ground to
stand. steady the scooter.
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4. Unlock the rear wheel by releasing the 5. Before starting off, indicate your
rear brake lock lever (1). direction with the turn signals, and check
for safe traffic conditions.
Grasp the handlebars firmly with both
(2) (1) (2) hands.
Never attempt one-handed operation; loss
of vehicle control could result.
(1)
(1) Rear brake lever (2) Lock lever
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6.To accelerate, open the throttle (3)
gradually; the scooter will move forward.
Do not “BLIP” the throttle (open and
close rapidly) as the scooter will move
forward suddenly, causing possible loss
of control. CLOSE OPEN
7. To decelerate, close throttle.
3)
(3) Throttle
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8. When slowing down the scooter,
coordination of the throttle (3) and front
and rear brakes (4) is most important. EN
Both front and rear brakes should be
applied together. Independent use of only (D
the front or rear brake reduces stopping
performance.
Excessive brake application may cause
either wheel to lock, reducing control of 3)
the scooter.
4) (4)
(3) Throttle
(4) Front and rear brakes
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9. When approaching a corner or turn,
close the throttle (3) fully, and slow the
scooter down by applying both front and
rear brakes (4) at the same time.
(3) Throttle (4) Front and rear brakes
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10. After completing the turn, open the
throttle gradually to accelerate the
scooter.
11. When descending a steep grade, close Avoid continuous use of the brakes, which
the throttle (3) fully and apply both may result in overheating and reduction of
brakes (4) to slow the scooter. braking efficiency.
(4) (4)
(3) Throttle (4) Front and rear brakes
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12.
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When riding on wet or loose surfaces,
be especially cautious.
When riding in wet or rainy conditions or
on loose surfaces, the ability to maneuver
and stop will be reduced. For your safety:
e Exercise extreme caution when
braking, accelerating or turning.
e Ride at slower speeds and allow for
extra stopping distance.
e Keep the scooter as upright as possible.
e Use extreme caution when riding over
slippery surfaces such as railroad
tracks, iron plates, manhole covers,
painted lines, etc.
PARKING 3. Lock the steering to help prevent theft
1. After stopping the scooter turn the (page 58 ).
ignition switch to the “OFF” position and
remove the key. The exhaust pipe and muffler become
2. Use the center stand to support the very hot during operation and remain
scooter while parked. sufficiently hot to inflict burns if touched
even after shutting off the engine.
Park the scooter on firm, level ground to
prevent it from falling over.
If you must park on a slight incline, aim the
front of the scooter uphill to reduce the
possibility of rolling off the center stand or
overturning.
HOW TO USE CENTER STAND
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1. Always lock the steering and never leave
the key in the ignition switch. This LOCK STEERING
sounds simple but people do forget.
2. Be sure the registration information for
your scooter is accurate and current.
3. Park your scooter in a locked garage
whenever possible.
4.Use an additional anti-theft device of |
good quality. к
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number in this Owner's Manual and keep < \ А
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MAINTENANCE
THE IMPORTANCE OF
MAINTENANCE
A well-maintained scooter is essential for
safe, economical and trouble-free riding. It
will also help reduce air pollution.
To help you properly care for your scooter,
the following pages include a Maintenance
Schedule and a Maintenance Record for
regularly scheduled maintenance.
These instructions are based on the
assumption that the scooter 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 Honda dealer for
recommendations applicable to your
individual needs and use.
If your scooter overturns or becomes
involved in a crash, be sure your Honda
dealer inspects all major parts, even if you
are able to make some repairs.
IN:
Improperly maintaining this scooter or
failing to correct a problem before you
ride can cause a crash in which you
can be seriously hurt or killed.
Always follow the inspection and
maintenance recommendations and
schedules in this owner's manual.
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MAINTENANCE SAFETY
This section includes instructions on some
important maintenance tasks. You can
perform some of these tasks with the tools
provided — if you have basic mechanical
skills.
Other tasks that are more difficult and
require special tools are best performed by
professionals. Wheel removal should
normally be handled only by a Honda
technician or other qualified mechanic;
instructions are included in this manual only
to assist in emergency service.
Some of the most important safety
precautions follow. However, we cannot
warn you of every conceivable hazard that
can arise in performing maintenance. Only
you can decide whether or not you should
perform a given task.
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Failure to properly follow maintenance
instructions and precautions can
cause you to be seriously hurt or killed.
Always follow the procedures and
precautions in this owners manual.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
* Make sure the engine is off before you
begin any maintenance or repairs. This
will help eliminate several potential
hazards:
* Carbon monoxide poisoning from
engine exhaust.
Be sure there is adequate ventilation
whenever you operate the engine.
* Burns from hot parts.
Let the engine and exhaust system cool
before touching.
* Injury from moving parts.
Do not run the engine unless instructed
to do so.
e Read the instructions before you begin,
and make sure you have the tools and
skills required.
e To help prevent the scooter from falling
over, park it on a firm, level surface, using
the center stand to provide support.
e Be sure the rear brake lock is set before
running the engine while the scooter is
supported by the center stand. This will
prevent the rear wheel from spinning and
avoid the possibility of someone being
injured from contacting the wheel.
e To reduce the possibility of a fire or
explosion, be careful when working
around petrol or batteries. Use only
nonflammable solvent, not petrol, to clean
parts. Keep cigarettes, sparks and flames
away from the battery and all fuel-related
parts.
Remember that your Honda dealer knows
your scooter best and is fully equipped to
maintain and repair it.
To ensure the best quality and reliability,
use only new genuine Honda parts or their
equivalents for repair and replacement.
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MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Perform the Pre-ride Inspection (page 41 ) at each scheduled maintenance period.
I. INSPECT AND CLEAN, ADJUST, LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY
C:CLEAN R:REPLACE A: ADJUST L: LUBRICATE
The following Maintenance Schedule specifies all maintenance required to keep your scooter in peak operating
condition. Maintenance work should be performed in accordance with standards and specifications of Honda by
properly trained and equipped technicians. Your Honda dealer meets all of these requirements.
* Should be serviced by your Honda dealer, unless the owner has proper tools and service data and is mechanically
qualified. Refer to the Official Honda Shop Manual.
** In the interest of safety, we recommend these items be serviced only by your Honda dealer.
Honda recommends that your Honda dealer should road test your scooter after each periodic maintenance is carried
out.
NOTES: (1) At higher odometer readings, repeat at the frequency interval established here.
(2) Service more frequently if the scooter is ridden in unusually wet or dusty areas.
(3) Service more frequently when riding in rain or at full throttle.
(4) Replace every 2 years. Replacement requires mechanical skill.
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ODOMETER READING [NOTE (1)]
to
page
ODOMETER READING [NOTE (1)]
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TOOL KIT
The tool kit (1) is in the center
compartment (2).
Some roadside repairs, minor adjustments
and parts replacement can be performed
with the tools contained in the kit.
® Spark plug wrench
¢ 10 X12 mm Open end wrench
¢ Standard/Phillips screwdriver
¢ Screwdriver handle
¢ 14 mm Box end wrench
e 19 mm Box end wrench
e Extension bar
e Tool bag
(2)
(1) Tool kit
(2) Center compartment
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SERIAL NUMBERS
The frame and engine serial numbers are
required when registering your scooter.
They may also be required by your dealer
when ordering replacement parts.
Record the numbers here for your
reference.
FRAME NO.
(1)
(1) Frame number
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The frame number (1) is stamped on the
right side of the frame body.
The engine number (2) is stamped on the
left side of the crankcase.
ENGINE NO.
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COLOUR LABEL
The colour label (1) is attached to the
center compartment (see page 35).
It is helpful when ordering replacement
parts. Record the colour and code here for
your reference.
COLOUR
CODE
(1) Colour label
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AIR CLEANER
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61.
The air cleaner should be serviced at
regular intervals (page 63 ). Service more
frequently when riding in unusually wet or
dusty areas.
1. Lift up the body cover (page 38 ).
2. Remove the air cleaner cover (1) by
removing the screws A (2).
3. Remove the air cleaner (3) by removing
the screws B (4).
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(1) Air cleaner cover (3) Air cleaner
(2) Screws A (4) Screws B
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SECONDARY AIR SUPPLY SYSTEM
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61.
Air filter cleaning
The air filter should be serviced at regular
intervals (page 63 ). Service more
frequently when riding in unusually wet or
dusty areas.
1. Lift up the body cover (page 38 ).
2. Remove the air filter housing cover (1)
by removing the screw (2).
3. Remove the air filter (3).
4, Wash the air filter in clean, nonflammable
or high flash point solvent and let it dry
thoroughly.
Never use gasoline or low flash point
solvents for cleaning the air filter. A fire or
explosion could result.
5. Soak the air filter in gear oil (SAE 80—
90) until saturated, then squeeze out the
excess oil.
6. Install the removed parts in the reverse
order of removal.
1)
3)
(2)
(1) Air filter housing cover (3) Air filter
(2) Screw
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CRANKCASE BREATHER
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 .
1. Remove the crankcase breather tube plug
(1) from the tube and drain deposits into
a suitable container.
2. Reinstall the crankcase breather tube
plug.
Service more frequently when riding in rain,
at full throttle, or after the scooter is
washed or overturned. Service if the deposit
level can be seen in the transparent section
of the drain tube.
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(1) Crankcase breather tube plug
ENGINE OIL
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 .
Engine Oil
Good engine oil has many desirable
qualities. Use only high detergent, quality
motor oil certified on the container to meet
or exceed requirements for API Service
Classification SE, SF or SG.
Viscosity:
Viscosity grade of engine oil should be
based on average atmospheric temperature
in your riding area. The following provides a
guide to the selection of the proper grade or
viscosity of oil to be used at various
atmospheric temperatures.
20W 40 70W 50
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(1) Single grade
(2) Multi grade
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Engine Oil
Engine oil quality is the chief factor
affecting engine service life. Change the
engine oil as specified in the maintenance
schedule (page 63 ).
When running in very dusty conditions, oil
changes should be performed more
frequently than specified in the
maintenance schedule.
Please dispose of used engine oil in a
manner that is compatible with the
environment. We suggest you take it in a
sealed container to your local recycling
center or service station for reclamation. Do
not throw it in the trash or pour it on the
ground or down a drain.
Used engine oil may cause skin cancer if
repeatedly left in contact with the skin for
prolonged periods. Although this is unlikely
unless you handle used oil on a daily basis,
it is still advisable to thoroughly wash your
hands with soap and water as soon as possi-
ble after handling used oil.
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H a torque wrench is not used for this
installation, see your Honda dealer as soon
as possible to verify proper assembly.
Change the engine oil with the engine at
normal operating temperature and the
scooter on its center stand to assure
complete and rapid draining.
1. Place an oil drain pan under the
crankcase. Remove the oil filler cap/
dipstick, oil drain bolt (1) and sealing
washer (2).
2. Check that the sealing washer (2) on the
drain bolt is in good condition and install
the bolt. Replace the sealing washer
every other time the oil is changed, or
each time if necessary.
Oil Drain Bolt Torque:
25 N-m (2.5 kgf-m , 18 Ibf-ft)
3, Fill the crankcase with the recommended
grade oil; approximately:
0.7 2 (0.7 US at , 0.6 Imp at)
4. Reinstall the oil filler cap/dipstick.
5. Start the engine and let it idle for 3—5
minutes.
6. Stop the engine and wait 2— 3 minutes.
Check that the oil level is at the upper
level mark on the dipstick with the
scooter upright on firm, level ground.
Make sure there are no oil leaks.
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ENGINE OIL STRAINER SCREEN
1. Remove the oil filler cap/dipstick (page
22).
2. Place a drain pan under the crankcase
and remove the oil drain plug (1).
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The spring (2) and oil strainer screen
(3) will come out when the drain plug is
removed.
3. Clean the oil strainer screen.
4. Check that the oil strainer screen, sealing
rubber and drain plug O-ring (4) are in
good condition.
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(2) Spring (4) Drain plug O-ring
(3) Oil strainer screen
5. Install the oil strainer screen, spring and
drain plug.
O1 Drain Plug Torque:
20 N-m (2.0 kgf-m , 14 Ibf-ft)
6. Fill the crankcase with the recommended
grade oil; approximately:
0.8 2 (0.8 US gt , 0.7 Imp at)
7. Reinstall the oil filler cap/dipstick.
8. Start the engine and let it idle for 3—5
minutes.
9. Stop the engine and wait 2—3 minutes.
Check that the oil level is at the upper
level mark on the dipstick with the
scooter upright on firm, level ground.
Make sure there are no oil leaks.
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SPARK PLUG
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 .
Recommended plugs:
Standard:
CR6HSA (NGK) or
U20FSR-U (DENSO)
Never use a spark plug with an improper
heat range. Severe engine damage could
result.
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1. Lift up the body cover (page 38).
2. Disconnect the spark plug cap (1) from
the spark plug.
3. Clean any dirt from around the spark plug
bases.
4. Remove the spark plugs using the spark
plug wrench furnished in the tool kit.
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(1) Spark plug cap
5. Inspect the electrodes and center
porcelain for deposits, erosion or carbon
fouling. If the erosion or deposit is heavy,
replace the plug. Clean a carbon or wet-
fouled plug with a plug cleaner, otherwise
use a wire brush.
6. Check the spark plug gap (3) using a
wire-type feeler gauge. If adjustment is
necessary, bend the side electrode ( 4)
carefully.
The gap should be:
0.70— 0.80 mm (0.028— 0.031 in)
sf (3)
(4)
(3) Spark plug gap (4) Side electrode
7. With the plug washer attached, thread
the spark plug in by hand to prevent
cross-threading.
8. Tighten a new spark plug 1/2 turn with a
spark plug wrench to compress the
washer. If you are reusing a plug, it
should only take 1/8—1/4 turn after the
plug seats.
The spark plug must be securely tightened.
An improperly tightened plug can become
very hot and possibly damage the engine.
9. Reinstall the spark plug caps.
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IDLE SPEED
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 .
The engine must be at normal operating
temperature for accurate idle speed
adjustment. Ten minutes of stop-and-go
riding is sufficient.
1. Warm up the engine, place the scooter on
its center stand.
2. Connect a tachometer to the engine.
3. Adjust idle speed with the throttle stop
screw (1).
Idle speed (In neutral):
1,800 + 100 min” (rpm)
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(1)
(1) Throttle stop screw (A) Increase
(B) Decrease
BRAKE SHOE WEAR
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 .
The front and rear brakes are equipped
with brake wear indicators.
When the brake is applied, an arrow (1)
attached to the brake arm (2) moves
toward a reference mark (3) on the brake
panel (4). If the arrow aligns with the
reference mark on full application of the
brake, the brake shoes must be replaced.
See your Honda dealer for this service.
FRONT REAR
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(3)
(4) (2)
(1) Arrow (3) Reference mark
(2) Brake arm (4) Brake panel
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BATTERY
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 . NN WA R NI N €
It is not necessary to check the battery
electrolyte level or add distilled water as the
battery is a maintenance-free (sealed) type.
If your battery seems weak and/or is
leaking electrolyte (causing hard starting or
other electrical troubles), contact your
Honda dealer.
Your battery is a maintenance-free type and
can be permanently damaged if the cap strip
is removed.
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The battery gives off explosive
hydrogen gas during normal operation.
À spark or flame can cause the battery
to explode with enough force to kill or
seriously hurt you.
Wear protective clothing and a face
shield, or have a skilled mechanic do
the battery maintenance.
Battery Removal
1. Remove the front upper cover (page 39).
2. Remove the battery holder (1) by
removing the bolt (2).
3. Disconnect the negative (—) terminal
lead (3) from the battery first, then
Coconnect the positive (4) terminal lead
4).
4. Remove the battery.
(1) Battery holder
(2) Bolt
(3) Negative (—) terminal lead
(4) Positive (+) terminal lead
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FUSE REPLACEMENT
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 .
When frequent fuse failure occurs, it
usually indicates a short circuit or an
overload in the electrical system. See your
Honda dealer for repair.
Never use a fuse with a different rating
from that specified. Serious damage to the
electrical system or a fire may result,
causing a dangerous loss of lights or engine
power.
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Blown fuse
Fuse Holder: 6. After replacing the fuse, be sure to return
The fuse holder is located near the battery. the fuse holder to its original location.
The specified fuse is:
10A
1. Turn the ignition switch OFF before
checking or replacing the fuses to
prevent an accidental short-circuit.
2. Remove the front upper cover (page 39).
3. Open the fuse holder ( 1) and lift out the
fuse (3) with the clips (4).
4. Slide the old fuse out of the clips and
discard it.
9. Slide the clips onto the ends of the new
fuse, push them back into the fuse holder,
and close the fuse holder.
The spare fuse (2) is located in the fuse
holder.
Do not pry the clips open to get a fuse
out; you could bend them and cause poor
contact with the new fuse. A loose fuse (1) Fuse holder (3) Fuse
could cause damage to the electrical (2) Spare fuse (4) Clips
system and even start a fire.
(1) Fuse holder
(3) Fuses
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(4)
(4) Clips
7. Install the fuse holder and front upper
cover.
If you do not have a replacement fuse with
the proper rating for the circuit, install one
with a lower rating.
Replacing a fuse with one that has a higher
rating greatly increases the chances of
damaging the electrical system.
If the replacement fuse of the same rating
burns out in a short time, there is probably
a serious electrical problem on your scooter.
Leave the blown fuse in that circuit and
have your scooter checked by your Honda
dealer.
BULB REPLACEMENT
Refer to the Safety Precautions on page 61 .
The light bulb becomes very hot while the
light is ON, and remain hot for a while after
it is turned OFF. Be sure to let it cool down
before servicing.
Do not put finger prints on the headlight
bulb, as they may create hot spots on the
bulb and cause it to break.
Wear clean gloves while replacing the bulb.
If you touch the bulb with your bare hands,
clean it with a cloth moistened with alcohol
to prevent its early failure.
e Be sure to turn the ignition switch OFF
when replacing the bulb.
e Do not use bulbs other than that specified.
e After installing a new bulb, check that the
light operates properly.
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Headlight Bulb |
1. Remove the front upper cover (page 39 ). (1)
2. Remove the dust cover (1).
3. Remove the socket (2) by turning
counterclockwise.
4. Remove the bulb (3) by pressing in and
turning counterclockwise.
5. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of
removal.
e Install the dust cover with its “TOP” mark
facing up.
(3)
(1) Dust cover (3) Headlight bulb
(2) Socket
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Position Light Bulb
1. Pull the position light socket (1) and
remove it.
2. Pull out the bulb (2) without turning.
3. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of
removal.
(1) Position light socket
(2) Bulb
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Stop/Taillight Bulb
1. Remove the taillight lens (1) by
removing the screws (2). 3)
2. Remove the bulb (3) by pressing in and
turning counterclockwise. (1)
3. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of
removal. AC Rd,
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(1) Taillight lens
(2) Screws
(3) Bulb
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Front Turn Signal Bulb
1. Remove the turn signal lens (1) by
removing the screws (2).
2. Remove the turn signal lens (1).
3. Remove the bulb (3) by pressing in and
turning counterclockwise.
4. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of
removal.
(2) 3)
(1) Turn signal lens
(2) Screws
(3) Bulb
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Rear Turn Signal Bulb
1. Remove the turn signal lens (1) by
removing the screws (2).
2. Remove the taillight lens (3) and turn
signal lens (1).
3. Remove the bulb (4) by. pressing in and
turning counterclockwise.
4. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of
removal.
(1) Turn signal lens
(2) Screws
(3) Taillight lens
(4) Bulb
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CLEANING
Clean your scooter regularly to protect the
surface finishes and inspect for damage,
wear and oil leakage.
Avoid cleaning products that are not
specifically designed for scooter or
automobile surfaces.
They may contain harsh detergents or
chemical solvents that could damage the
metal, paint, and plastic on your scooter.
If your scooter is still warm from recent
operation, give the engine and exhaust
system time to cool off.
We recommend avoiding the use of high
pressure water spray (typical in coin-
operated car washes).
High pressure water (or air) can damage
certain parts of the scooter.
Washing the scooter
1. Rinse the scooter thoroughly with cool
water to remove loose dirt.
2. Clean the scooter with a sponge or soft
cloth using cool water.
Avoid directing water to muffler outlets
and electrical parts.
3. Clean the plastic parts using a cloth or
sponge dampened with a solution of mild
detergent and water. Rub the soiled area
gently rinsing it frequently with fresh
water. |
Take care to keep brake fluid or chemical
solvents off the scooter.
They will damage the plastic and painted
surfaces.
The inside of the headlight lens may be
clouded immediately after washing the
scooter. Moisture condensation inside the
headlight lens will disappear gradually by
lighting the headlight in high beam. Run the
engine while keeping the headlight on.
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4, After cleaning, rinse the scooter
5.
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thoroughly with plenty of clean water.
Strong detergent residue can corrode
alloy parts.
Dry the scooter start the engine, and let it
run for several minutes.
6. Test the brakes before riding the scooter.
Several applications may be necessary to
restore normal braking performance.
Braking efficiency may be temporarily
impaired immediately after washing the
scooter.
Anticipate longer stopping distance to avoid
a possible accident.
TEST BRAKES
Finishing Touches
After washing your scooter, consider using
a commercially-available spray cleaner/
polish or quality liquid or paste wax to finish
the job. Use only a non-abrasive polish or
wax made specifically for motorcycles or
automobiles. Apply the polish or wax
according to the instructions on the
container.
If a surface on your scooter is chipped or
scratched, your Honda dealer has touch-up
paint to match your scooter’s colour. Be
sure to use your scooter’s colour code (page
67 ) when you buy touch-up paint.
Removing Road Salt
The salt contained in the road surface
freezing prevention medicine which a road
was sprayed with in winter, and the
seawater becomes the cause which rust
occurs in.
Wash your scooter by the following point
after it runs through such a place.
1. Clean the scooter using cool water (page
91 ).
Do not use warm water.
This worsens the effect of the salt.
2. Dry the scooter and the surface of the
metal is protected with the wax.
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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 scooter. In addition,
necessary repairs should be made BEFORE
storing the scooter; otherwise, these repairs
may be forgotten by the time the scooter is
removed from storage.
STORAGE
1. Change the engine oil.
2. Empty the fuel tank into an approved
petrol container using a commercially
available hand siphon or an equivalent
method. Spray the inside of the tank with
an aerosol rust-inhibiting oil.
Reinstall the fuel fill cap on the tank.
If storage will last more than one month,
carburetor draining is very important, to
assure proper performance after storage.
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ETE
Petrol is highly flammable and
explosive. You can be bummed or
seriously injured when handling fuel.
e Stop the engine and keep heat,
sparks, and flame away.
e Refuel only outdoors.
¢ Wipe up spills immediately.
3. To prevent rusting in the cylinder,
perform the following:
® Remove the spark plug cap from the
spark plug. Using tape or string, secure
the cap to any convenient plastic body
part so that it is positioned away from
the spark plug.
e Remove the spark plug from the
engine and store it in a safe place. Do
not connect the spark plug to the spark
plug cap.
* Pour a tablespoon (15—20 cm” of
clean engine oil into the cylinder and
cover the spark plug hole with a piece
of cloth.
e Crank the engine several times to
distribute the oil.
® Reinstall the spark plug and spark plug
cap.
4. Remove the battery. Store in an area
protected from freezing temperatures
and direct sunlight. Check the electrolyte
level and slow charge the battery once a
month.
5. Wash and dry the scooter. Wax all
painted surfaces. Coat chrome with
rustinhibiting oil.
6. Inflate the tyres to their recommended
pressures. Place the scooter on blocks to
raise both tyres off the ground.
7. Cover the scooter (dont 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 scooter in direct sunlight.
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REMOVAL FROM STORAGE
1. Uncover and clean the scooter.
Change the engine oil if more than 4
months have passed since the start of
storage.
2. Charge the battery as required. Install the
battery.
3. Drain any excess aerosol rust-inhibiting
oil from the fuel tank. Fill the fuel tank
with fresh petrol.
4. Perform all Pre-ride Inspection checks
(page 41).
Test ride the scooter at low speeds in a
safe riding area away from traffic.
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SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS
Overall length
Overall width
Overall height
Wheelbase
WEIGHT
Dry weight
CAPACITIES
Engine oil After draining
After disassembly
Fuel tank
Transmission oil After draining
After disassembly
Passenger capacity
Maximum weight capacity
1,825 mm (71.9 in)
710 mm (28.0 in)
1,110 mm (43.7 in)
1,235 mm (48.6 in)
102 kg (225 Ibs)
0.7 8 (0.7 US qt, 0.6 Imp at)
0.82 (0.8 U ‚0.7 Imp qt)
6.0 2 (1.59 US gal 1.32 Imp gal)
0.10 2 (0.11 US qt, 0.09 Imp qt)
0.12 8 (0.13 US gt , 0.11 Imp qt)
Operator and one passenger
180 kg (397 Ibs)
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ENGINE
Bore and stroke
Compression ratio
Displacement
Spark plug
Standard
Spark plug gap
Idle speed
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50.0 X 52.0 mm (1.96 X 2.04 in)
9.0:1
102.1 cm? (6.23 cu-in)
CR6HSA (NGK) or
U20FSR-U (DENSO)
0.70— 0.80 mm (0.028 —0.031 in)
1,800 + 100 min” (rpm)
CHASSIS AND SUSPENSION
Caster
Trail
Tyre size, front
Tyre size, rear
POWER TRANSMISSION
Primary reduction
Final reduction
275
90 mm (3.5 in)
90/100-10 53J
90/100-10 53.)
V-Belt
9.423
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ELECTRICAL
Battery
Generator
LIGHTS
Headlight
Position light
Tail/brake light
Turn signal light Front
Rear
Speedometer lights
Turn signal indicator
High beam indicator
FUSE
Main fuse
100
12V—-4Ah =:
0.110kW/5,000 min” (rpm)
- 12V— 35/35W
12V — 5W
12V—5/21W
12V—21W
12V—21W
12V— 1.7WX2
12V— 3W
12V — 1.7W
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