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Booster Ng / Spirit 50 cc. Booster Ng / Spirit 50 cc. from 04 Booster 100 cc. Evolis Fizz Flypper 50 cc. Forte Kilibre 300 cc. Mach-G 50 cc. New Flame 125 cc. Nitro 50 cc. Nitro 100 cc. Ovetto 50 cc. up to 01 Ovetto 50 cc. up tp 03 Ovetto 100 cc. Skyliner 125 / 150 cc. up to 00 Skyliner 125 / 150 cc. up to 01 Skyliner 150 cc. up to 02 Skyliner 250 cc. (Predisposition) Target Thunder 125 / 150 cc. CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A KITCA420 KITCA601 KITCA438 KITCA420 KITCA420 KITCA419 KITCA419 KITCA489 KITCA419 KITCA461 KITCA420 KITCA438 KITCA420 KITCA438 KITCA438 KITCA419 KITCA436 KITCA482 KITCA421 KITCA419 KITCA436
Buxy 50 cc. Elyseo 125/150 cc. Elystar 50 cc. Injection Elystar 150 cc. Looxor 50 cc. Looxor 150 cc. Road 50 cc. Speedake 50 cc. Squab 50 cc. SV 250 cc. 4T up to 03 Vivacity 50 / 100 cc. Zenith 50 cc. Trekker 50 cc. X-Fight 50 cc. CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A KITCA437 KITCA458 KITCA458 KITCA458 KITCA437 KITCA458 KITCA437 KITCA437 KITCA437 KITCA423 KITCA458 KITCA437 KITCA437 KITCA458
AC3052 AC3052 AC3051 AC3057
Beverly 125 / 200 cc. 4 Stroke Beverly 250 cc. 4 Stroke Beverly 500 cc. Diesis 50 kat / 100 cc. Fly 50 cc. 2/4 Stroke Fly 125 ~ 150 cc. 4 Stroke Free 50 kat / 100 cc. Liberty LE 50 cc. kat Liberty 125 / 150 cc. 4 Stroke Liberty 50 cc. 2T / 4T from 04 Liberty 125 / 200 cc. 4T from 04 NRG MC3 DD / DT 50 cc. Skipper ST 125 / 150 cc. 4 Stroke Typhoon X 50 cc. Typhoon 150 cc. 4 Stroke Typhoon 150 cc. 2 Stroke Vespa ETcc. kat / i.e. Vespa ETcc. 4 Stroke Vespa ET4 II serie 150 cc. Vespa LX 50 cc. 2/4 Stroke Vespa LX 125/ 150 cc. Vespa GT 125/200 Vespa GS 250 cc. i.e. Zip kat / SP 50 cc. X8 125/200 X/ 180 / 250 / 500 cc. X9 Evolution 200 cc. X9 Evolution 250 cc. from 04 X9 Evolution 500 cc. CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A KITCA466 KITCA466 KITCA483 KITCA434 KITCA434 KITCA435 KITCA434 KITCA434 KITCA435 KITCA434 KITCA435 KITCA434 KITCA435 KITCA434 KITCA435 KITCA434 KITCA434 KITCA434 KITCA435 KITCA434 KITCA435 KITCA483 KITCA483 KITCA434 KITCA483 KITCA435 KITCA466 KITCA466 KITCA483
A 125/150 cc. - SYM Attila 125 / 150 cc. SYM HD 200 cc. SYM Shark 125 / 150 cc. SYM Superduke 150 cc. SYM Joyrider 125 / 150 cc. CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A CAT. A KITCA431 KITCA431 KITCA455 KITCA455 KITCA456
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HEAD OFFICE (FACTORY) #58, SUNG SAN-DONG, CHANG WON, KYUNGNAM, KOREA TEL : (82-55) 239-7000 FAX : (82-55) 239-7524
SPECIFICATION OPERATION INSTRUCTION
PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE OPERATION CORRECT ATTIRE CARGO MODIFICATION ATTACHMENT MUFFLER
STEERING LOCK SEAT LOCK PARKING BRAKE TRUNK DOCUMENT STORAGE AREA INNER BOX HANDPHONE CHARGER BAG HOLDER
CORRECT DRIVING OPERATION
STARTING THE ENGINE IF ENGINE CANNOT BE STARTED AFTER STARTING ENGINE PROPER DRIVING METHODS STOPPING
PARTS LOCATION METER READING AND USAGE
METER INDICATOR LAMPS
SELF INSPECTIONS BEFORE OPERATION
INSPECTION OF CONCERNED AREA BRAKE INSPECTION FUEL CHECK TIRE INSPECTION ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK LIGHTS AND WINKER INSPECTION BACK MIRROR INSPECTION FUEL LEAK INSPECTION
MAIN SWITCH STARTER BUTTON HEADLIGHT WINKER SWITCH HORN BUTTON HAZARD SWITCH
MAINTENANCE MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE 31 MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS 33 BRAKES 33 BRAKE HOSE, PIPE LEAKAGE, DAMAGE, ASSEMBLY STATE 35 BRAKE PAD WEAR 35 PARKING BRAKE ADJUSTMENT 36 PARKING BRAKE SHOE INSPECTION 36 CHANGING ENGINE OIL 37 TRANSMISSION OIL INSPECTION 38 WHEEL REMOVAL 39 SPARK PLUG 41 BATTERY INSPECTION 42 FUSE REPLACEMENT 43 BULB REPLACEMENT 44 AIR CLEANER ELEMENT INSPECTION 46 SIDE STAND INSPECTION 47 CABLE RUBBER PART INSPECTION 47 NOTABLES FOR CAR WASHING 48 STORAGE GUIDE FRAME AND ENGINE NUMBER
LICENSE PLATE INSPECTION
PREPARATION BEFORE DRIVING DRIVING METHOD
DRIVING POSITION PRECAUTION WHEN DRIVING STARTING
PRINCIPLE OF TURN EFFECT OF SPEED 3 POSITIONS OF TURNING TURNING METHOD PRECAUTION WHEN TURNING
BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BRAKE(FRICTION FORCE)
RESTRAINT OF BRAKE EFFECT (INERTIA) BRAKING METHOD COMPARISION OF BRAKING DISTANCE IMPACT WHEN COLLISION
LENGTH WIDTH HEIGHT(mm) WHEEL BASE(mm) GROUND CLEARANCE(mm) SEAT HEIGHT(mm) DRY WEIGHT(kgf) PASSENGER ENGINE TYPE PISTON DISPLACEMENT(cc) BORE AND STROKE(mm) STARTING SYSTEM TRANSMISSION TYPE
1,1,230 1,2 OIL COOLED/AIR COOLED 4 STROKE 4VALVE 124.9
IGNITION SYSTEM BATTERY CAPACITY FUEL CAPACITY( ) RESERVE FUEL CAPACITY( ) TIRE SIZE FR. RR. SUSPENSION FR. RR. FR. BRAKE RR.
C.D.I 12V8AH(MF TYPE) 8.0 1./ 70 - 12 53K 130 / 70 - 12 62K TELESCOPIC UNIT SWING OIL DAMPER HYDRAULIC DISK HYDRAULIC DISK CR8EH-9 15
56 50.7 START MOTOR / KICK V - MATIC SPARK PLUG FUSE(A)
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. 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 vehicle 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. Careful driving and the wearing of proper attire and safety equipment are the most important factors in the safe operation of the scooter. 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 vehicle, always keep in mind and obey the notes of precaution printed on the Safety Precaution Label attached to the vehicle. Always wear helmet. Always put on gloves. Observe posted speed limits. Park vehicle 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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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., dont attach any extra lighting device, because it may cause an early discharging of battery.
CAUTION The charging of the handphone must be done with the main switch placed in ON. Usage of if the handphone plug for other purpose (for example, lantern or ciga jack) may cause the battery discharging. Driving the vehicle during charging the handphone may cause damage and failure of the handphone. The main switch key is used to open the inner box. Open the charge socket cap, insert the handphone plug into the socket. Close the inner box. Turn the main switch to an ON position. When the charging is completed, open the inner box and remove the handphone plug.
For ease in carrying bags and similar items, they should be hung from the bag holder which is fitted for this purpose. When using the bag holder, place it in the open position and return it to the normal position when not in use. CAUTION Do not attempt to carry very heavy or bulky loads since this would affect the stability and steering characteristics of the scooter.
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. 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. This motorcycle is equipped with a side stand ignition cut-off system. The engine cannot be started if the side stand is down. Always be ensure that you operate the engine starting controls with the scooter on its stand. 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) Lock the rear wheel.(see p. 15) (Apply either the rear brake or parking brake)
Turn the main switch to an ON position.
Start engine with cell or kick.
<USING THE ELECTRIC START(CELL)>
Press the starter button without rotating the starter grip (opening the throttle). 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 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 Do not keep the statter button pressed for more than 5 seconds at a time. Release the starter button for approximately 10 seconds before pressing it again.
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.
If the throttle grip is rotated.
Work the front and rear brakes together.
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.
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.
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.
CAUTION If only one of the brakes is used, it is possible for the vehicle to experience sliding.
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.
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.
After the vehicle has come to a complete stop. Return the winker switch to the center position and turn the main switch to OFF. This will turn the engine off.
Dismount on the left side and lower the main stand on a flat surface. 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 the steering 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 mans reach because engine and muffler are still hot. Park the motorcycle on firm, level ground to prevent it from failling over. If you must park on a slight incline, aim the front of the motorcycle uphill to reduce the possibility of rolling off the side stand or overturning.
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.
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 Brake inspection Tire inspection Fuel check Engine oil check Lights and winker inspection Back mirror inspection Fuel leak inspection License plate inspection Throttle grip inspection. CAUTION Observe safety rules when conducting inspections. Exhaust gas contains harmful substance such as carbon monoxide. 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.
INSPECTION OF CONCERNED AREA
Check areas which caused for concern when last operating the vehicle. If happened, contact authorized maintenance shops for necessary inspection and repairs.
<BRAKE LEVER FREE PLAY> 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.
BRAKE LEVER FREE PLAY: 10~20mm
<CHECK OF BRAKE FLUID> 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.
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.)
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.
<CHECK> Check gasoline to see if there is a sufficient amount of gasoline to reach your destination. If the fuel gauge needle indicates E mark (red portion), fill fuel tank with gasoline as soon as possible.
RESERVE FUEL CAPACITY : 1.7
<REFUELING> Release the seat lock by turning the main switch key OFF to OPEN to open the seat. Turn the fuel tank cap counterclockwise, and remove it. Fill the tank with gasoline until it reaches the bottom of the level plate.
CAUTION Gasoline is extremely flammable and is explosive under certain conditions. Refuel in a wellventilated area. 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. Dont 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. Avoid repeated or prolonged contact with skin or breathing of vapor. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
<AIR PRESSURE CHECK> 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. <CRACKS/DAMAGE> Check tire tread and sides for cracks and damage. <FOREIGN MATERIALS> Check tire tread and sides for nails, rocks, etc. That might have become wedged in the tire.
120/70-12 53K 130/70-12 62K FRONT 2.PERSON AIR PRESSURE RIDING REAR 2.00 (kgf/ ) 2 PERSON FRONT 2.00 RIDING REAR 2.25 SIZE FRONT REAR
<ABNORMAL WEAR> Check tire tread for signs of abnormal wear.
<TREAD DEPTH> 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.
ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK
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 consumption 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. Check the engine oil level each day before riding the motorcycle. The oil level must be maintained between the upper and lower level marks on the sight-glass Stand the motorcycle on the main stand on level ground. Start the engine and let it idle for approximately 2~3 minutes. Check the engine oil level. If required, add the specified oil. Do not overfill.
LIGHTS AND WINKER INSPECTION
<HEADLIGHT, TAILLIGHT> 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. <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> 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. Also check to see if any of the lens are damaged or dirty.
CAUTION Running the engine with insufficient oil may cause serious engine damage.
MAINTENANCE BACK MIRROR INSPECTION
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.
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.
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.
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.
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 FREQUENCY ITEM FUEL LINE FUEL FILTER THROTTLE OPERATION AIR CLEANER SPARK PLUG VALVE CLEARANCE CARBURETOR IDLE ENGINE OIL ENGINE OIL FILTER OIL FILTER SCREEN TRANSMISSION OIL BRAKE FLUID I I I I R R
<REPLENISHING FRONT BRAKE FLUID> CAUTION Check that the fluid level is above the LOWER level mark with the motorcycle in an upright position. Brake fluid must be added to the reservoir whenever the fluid level begins to reach the LOWER level mark. 1.Remove the wind screen. 2.Clean dust and other foreign materials around reserve tank to prevent foreign materials from falling inside tank. 3.Remove the screws and take oil cup cap, diaphragm plate, diaphragm off. 4.Replenish recommended brake oil to the upper level inside reserve tank.
RECOMMENDED BRAKE OIL IS DOT 3 or DOT 4
<REPLENISHING REAR BRAKE FLUID> Replenish in the same method as that of front brake fluid replenishment.
5.Reinstall the diaphragm plate, and oil cup cap. 6.Tighten the screws securely. 7.Install the wind screen.
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 HOSE, PIPE LEAKAGE, DAMAGE, ASSEMBLY STATE
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.
BRAKE PAD WEAR
Brake pad wear depends upon the severity of usage, the type of riding, and road conditions. (Generally, the pads will wear faster on wet and dirty roads.) Inspect the pads at each regular maintenance interval (page 32). [FRONT / REAR BRAKE] Check the cutout in each pad. If either pad is worn to the cutout, replace both pads as a set See your authorized Daelim dealer for this service. <FRONT BRAKE>
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 When disassemble fuse, make sure that fuse holder isnt separated. After assembling fuse in the part of connector, check if fuse moves easily to a line. If fuse moves easily, 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 electrical parts (lights and gauges), be sure to replace them with the recommended 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.
[HEADLIGHT BULB] Be sure to turn the ignition switch OFF when replacing the bulb. Do not use bulbs other than that specified. After installing a new bulb, check that the light operates properly. CAUTION 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. Before replacing the bulb, be sure to check the switches for loose connection of the connector. Loosen the 7 special screws and disconnect the headlight socket and remove the front cover. Pull off the headlight socket without turning. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of removal. [HEADLIGHT AIM] Adjust the headlight aim by operating the adjusting bolts located on the headlight unit. To make a vertical adjustment, turn the screw in the side of left. To make a horizontal adjustment, turn the screw in the side of right. Remove the rubber cover. Release the steel wire and remove the headlight bulb.
HEADLIGHT BULB : 12V 60/55W
CAUTION Improper headlight aim may blind on coming drivers, or may incorrectly light the road ahead.
[WINKER BULB] [TAIL/STOP LIGHT BULB] Loosen the 2 screws and remove the tail light lens. Slightly press down on the bulb and turn it counterclockwise. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of removal. <FRONT WINKER BULB> Loosen the tapping screw and remove the winker lens. Slightly press down on the bulb and turn it clockwise. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of removal.
FRONT WINKER BULB : 12V 10W
<REAR WINKER BULB> Loosen the tapping screw and remove the winker lens. Slightly press down on the bulb and turn it clockwise. Install a new bulb in the reverse order of removal.
REAR WINKER BULB : 12V 10W
TAIL/STOP LIGHT BULB : 12V 21W/5W
CAUTION Pay attention not to damage the tail light lens when removing it. Be sure to install the lens seal accurately when installing the tail light lens.
AIR CLEANER ELEMENT INSPECTION
Turn the main switch key from OFF to OPEN to open the seat. Loosen the 6 washer screws and remove the air cleaner case cover. Loosen the 2 washer screws and remove the air cleaner element holder. Remove the air cleaner element, and inspect it. Install in the reverse order of removal.
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 10W-30
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 reduced 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.
SIDE STAND INSPECTION
Erect main stand and place vehicle in upright position on level ground. Check the spring for damage or loss of tension and the side stand assembly for freedom of movement. Check the side stand ignition cut-off system; Put the side stand up. Start the engine. 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.
CABLE RUBBER PART 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. 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 one immediately.
Prior to starting always look around to avoid accident.
< SCOOTER > Lock the rear brake with the main stand erected. Start the engine using the cell or kick. Pull back the main stand. Get on the vehicle. Release the brake lock lever by pull the rear brake lever strongly. Start driving slowly after turning on the winker and releasing the brake while ensuring the safety around the vehicle.
< VEHICLE EXCEPT SCOOTER > Get on the vehicle after pulling back the stand. 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.
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.
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 motor cycle 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 motor cycle. 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 motor cycle.
< LEAN-OUT > This is a turning position with motor cycle 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.
Turn the throttle grip to its original position and decelerate using both front and rear brakes. Lean the vehicle toward inside of turn circle while driving slowly at constant speed. Accelerate gradually.
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
BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BRAKE (FRICTION FORCE)
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.
RESTRAINT OF BRAKE EFFECT (INERTIA)
Due to the inertia, vehicle does not stop immediately after applying the brake.
Turn the throttle grip to its original position and decelerate using the engine brake. Erect the vehicle straight. Brake using both front and rear brakes.
IMPACT WHEN COLLISION
Learn the proper braking method to prevent accident.
COMPARISION OF BRAKING DISTANCE
Vehicle speed : 50 km/h
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.
2001. 10. PRINTED 2001. 10. PUBLICATION
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