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CONTENTS SPECIFICATION STEERING LOCK OPERATION INSTRUCTION SEAT LOCK PARKING BRAKE SAFETY PRECAUTIONS TRUNK PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE DOCUMENT STORAGE AREA OPERATION INNER BOX CORRECT ATTIRE HANDPHONE CHARGER CARGO BAG HOLDER MODIFICATION CORRECT DRIVING OPERATION ATTACHMENT STARTING THE ENGINE MUFFLER IF ENGINE CANNOT BE STARTED PARTS LOCATION AFTER STARTING ENGINE METER READING AND USAGE.

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SAFE DRIVING LICENSE PLATE INSPECTION MAINTENANCE PREPARATION BEFORE DRIVING MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE DRIVING METHOD MAINTENANCE PRECAUTIONS DRIVING POSITION BRAKES PRECAUTION WHEN DRIVING BRAKE HOSE, PIPE LEAKAGE, DAMAGE, ASSEMBLY STATE STARTING BRAKE PAD WEAR TURNING METHOD PARKING BRAKE ADJUSTMENT PRINCIPLE OF TURN PARKING BRAKE SHOE INSPECTION EFFECT OF SPEED CHANGING ENGINE OIL.

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SPECIFICATION ITEM DATA ITEM DATA IGNITION SYSTEM C.D.I LENGTH WIDTH HEIGHT(mm) 1,965 690 1,230 BATTERY CAPACITY 12V8AH(MF TYPE) WHEEL BASE(mm) 1,350 FUEL CAPACITY( ) GROUND CLEARANCE(mm) RESERVE FUEL CAPACITY( ) SEAT HEIGHT(mm) 120 / 70 — 12 53K DRY WEIGHT(kgf) TIRE SIZE 130 / 70 — 12 62K PASSENGER.

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OPERATION INSTRUCTION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS This manual describes matters pertaining to correct operation, safe operation and simple maintenance of the vehicle you Careful driving and the wearing of proper attire and safety purchased. equipment are the most important factors in the safe To ensure more comfortable and safer operation, make sure to operation of the scooter.

Page 6: Prior To Starting Vehicle, Operation

PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE OPERATION Read user’s manual carefully.

Operators should naturally fix bodies to keep smooth driving. Conduct maintenance checks prior to operation. Please check whether or not you are unnaturally strained and Always maintain vehicle in clean status and carry out strung up.

Page 7: Correct Attire, Cargo

CORRECT ATTIRE CARGO Always make sure to wear helmet for safety. Wear When carrying cargo, you must keep in mind that operating gloves and safety goggles. the vehicle, especially when turning, will be different. Do not wear uniforms which might hinder operation. It is Make sure not to overload the vehicle with goods as this can dangerous if the uniform is caught by brake lever.

Page 8: Modification, Attachment, Muffler

MODIFICATION ATTACHMENT Modification of vehicle structure or function deteriorates Except designated attachment by DAELIM MOTOR CO. manipulability or causes exhaust noise to become louder LTD. don#x2019;t attach any extra lighting device, because it may shortening the vehicle life. These modifications are not only cause an early discharging of battery.

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PARTS LOCATION BACK MIRROR TRUNK BACK REST SEAT FRONT BRAKE LEVER BAG HOLDER BRAKE DISK MUFFLER TIRE PILLION STEP BAR.

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FUEL TANK LID (BENEATH THE SEAT) REAR BRAKE LEVER BATTERY HEADLIGHT FUSE FRONT CUSHION KICK START PEDAL MAIN STAND SIDE STAND.

Page 11: Meter

METER READING AND USAGE METER INDICATOR LAMPS Indicates driving speed.

Maintain legal When the winker switch is operated, PARKING BRAKE LAMP speed limits to ensure safe operation. the winker indicator flashes in union SPEEDOMETER with the flashing of the turn signals.

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parking BRAKE LAMP>.

Page 12: Switch Operation, Main Switch

SWITCH OPERATION MAIN SWITCH 1. ON..Starts engine. Key can not be When you park the vehicle and pulled out. leave it, please lock handle bars 2. OFF..Stops engine. Key can be and take out the key.

MAIN SWITCH placed in or taken out of the It can be locked up in the main main switch.

Page 13: Starter Button, Headlight

STARTER BUTTON HEADLIGHT Put main switch key in #x201C;ON#x201D; position and High beam or low beam can be operated turn on headlight switch. by the use of high/low beam switch. The engine is started pressing this button HIGH BEAM when pressed in a state where the main switch key is placed to an ON position and.

Page 14: Winker Switch, Horn Button, Hazard Switch

WINKER SWITCH HORN BUTTON HAZARD SWITCH If this switch is turned on when the main The horn is sounded if the horn button is When the hazard switch button is pressed switch is in an ON position, the winker will pressed when the main switch is in an ON with the main switch in #x201C;ON#x201D;.

Page 15: Equipment Usage, 4 Seat Lock

EQUIPMENT USAGE STEERING LOCK SEAT LOCK CAUTION As the seat automatically locks, take special care not to accidently leave the key in the trunk.

Make sure that the seat is securely locked after closing the seat. Driving with unlocked seat lock may cause danger.

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PARKING BRAKE TRUNK CAUTION The temperature inside the trunk rises due to heat from the engine. Do not place foodstuffs and other articles that can be damaged easily by heat.

Also do not place flamm- able materials in the trunk. Do not place valuable or fragile goods in trunk.

Page 17: Document Storage Area, Inner Box

DOCUMENT STORAGE AREA INNER BOX CAUTION Do not place valuable of fragile goods in the inner box. Make sure to remove important items out of the inner box when washing the vehicle as water can enter the inner box. There is a document storage area on the Turn the inner box switch to the right bottom of the seat.

Page 18: Handphone Charger, Bag Holder

HANDPHONE CHARGER BAG HOLDER 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.

Page 19: Correct Driving Operation, Starting The Engine

CORRECT DRIVING OPERATION STARTING THE ENGINE Make sure to check the oil, gasoline, etc. Always follow the proper starting Lock the rear wheel.(see p. 15) before starting the engine. procedure described below. Please ensure that the main stand is in a (Apply either the rear brake or parking down position when starting the engine.

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Press the starter button without rotating If the engine is hot and does not start It is possible that starting will be more the starter grip (opening the throttle). after pressing the starter button for 3

4 difficult if the vehicle has not been used seconds, rotate the throttle grip to for a long period of time or if the fuel.

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IF ENGINE CANNOT BE STARTED When the engine is cold morning or If engine cannot be started or vehicle does winter or the vehicle has not been used not move, check the followings.

Erect main stand and then step kick for a long period of time, let the engine Is there fuel in fuel tank? starter pedal strongly.

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AFTER STARTING ENGINE Fold the main stand. Get on the vehicle.

Release the parking brake.(see p. 15) Push the vehicle forward to fold the Mounting should be done from the left Release the squeezing tension on the main stand and make sure that the brake side, and you should sit squarely on the rear brake lever and slowly begin to lever does not become released during.

Page 23: Proper Driving Methods

PROPER DRIVING METHODS Speed is controlled by the operation of Work the front and rear brakes Before entering traffic, use the correct the throttle grip. together. turn signal to foreward other drivers of your intentions.

If the throttle grip is rotated..Allow the throttle grip to rotate back to The speed of the vehicle increases.

Page 24: Stopping

STOPPING The brakes should never be suddenly Special care in driving should be When approaching the desired applied and the handle bars should taken during rainy weather. stopping area. never be suddenly turned. More braking distance is needed when Activate the proper winker, and after driving on wet roads or in the rain.

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After the vehicle has come to a Dismount on the left side and lower the To prevent theft, be sure to lock the complete stop. main stand on a flat surface. steering when parking. Return the winker switch to the center Be sure to park in an area that is free of CAUTION position and turn the main switch to.

Page 26: Self Inspections Before Operation

SELF INSPECTIONS BEFORE OPERATION Self inspect the vehicle and have regular CAUTION maintenance inspections for increased If you are unable to correct trouble Observe safety rules when conducting safety and the prevention of accidents. even after you make adjustment or inspections.

Page 27: Inspection Of Concerned Area, Brake Inspection

INSPECTION OF CONCERNED AREA BRAKE INSPECTION Check areas which caused for concern Lightly squeeze the brake levers until This is checked by placing the vehicle on when last operating the vehicle. tension is felt to check for an appropriate its main stand on a flat surface.

Page 28: Fuel Check

FUEL CHECK CAUTION Check gasoline to see if there is a sufficient Release the seat lock by turning the Gasoline is extremely flammable amount of gasoline to reach your destination. main switch key OFF to OPEN to open and is explosive under certain If the fuel gauge needle indicates E the seat.

Page 29: Tire Inspection

TIRE INSPECTION Check for an appropriate level of air Check tire tread and sides for cracks and Check tire tread and sides for nails, rocks, pressure by examining how the tire sits on damage. etc.

Page 30: Engine Oil Level Check, Lights And Winker Inspection

ENGINE OIL LEVEL CHECK LIGHTS AND WINKER INSPECTION Check the engine oil level each day before CAUTION riding the motorcycle. Start the engine and make sure the lights If air pressure is inadequate or if there The oil level must be maintained between turn on.

Page 31: Back Mirror Inspection, Fuel Leak Inspection, License Plate Inspection, Maintenance

CAUTION MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE.

If any fuel is spilled, make sure the Consult your authorized Daelim dealer area is dry before starting the for recommendations applicable to your engine. individual needs and use.

Page 32: Maintenance Schedule

MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE Perform the Self Inspections Before Operation at each scheduled maintenance period.

I: INSPECT AND, CLEAN, ADJUST, LUBRICATE OR REPLACE IF NECESSARY R: REPLACE L: LUBRICATE C: CLEAN ODOMETER READING(CAUTION 1) FREQUENCY REMARK 1,000Km ITEM MONTH FUEL LINE FUEL FILTER THROTTLE OPERATION Every 1,000Km. C AIR CLEANER.

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ODOMETER READING(CAUTION 1) FREQUENCY REMARK 1,000Km ITEM MONTH BRAKE SHOE / PAD WEAR BRAKE SYSTEM BRAKE STOP SWITCH HEADLIGHT ADJUSTMENT SUSPENSION BOLTS, NUTS, FASTENERS WHEELS / TIRES STEERING HANDLE BEARING DRIVE BELT WEIGHT ROLLER SLIDE PIECE If you do not have the appropriate tools or information to conduct maintenance, or if you feel you are not capable to perform maintenance on this vehicle, contact authorized dealers or repair shops for maintenance and repairs.

Page 34: Maintenance Precautions, Brakes

Have your authorized air in the brake system and it must be bled. nance as these areas can become Daelim dealer inspect the major See your authorized Daelim dealer for this extremely hot. components, including frame, service.

After self maintenance, the waste.

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CAUTION Check that the fluid level is above the When adding brake fluid, be very LOWER level mark with the motorcycle careful not to allow foreign in an upright position. materials to enter the reserve tank. Brake fluid must be added to the Foreign materials can clog the reservoir whenever the fluid level.

Page 36: Brake Hose, Pipe Leakage, Damage, Assembly State, Brake Pad Wear

[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.

Page 37: Parking Brake Adjustment, Parking Brake Shoe Inspection

PARKING BRAKE ADJUSTMENT PARKING BRAKE SHOE INSPECTION Parking brake free play is adjusted by After adjusting the brake, check the wear CAUTION rotating the adjuster of the brake arm. of the parking brake shoe. After adjusting the parking brake, After adjusting the brake, check the brake While tightly depressing the parking brake make sure that #x201C;.

Page 38: Changing Engine Oil

CHANGING ENGINE OIL CAUTION If engine oil is polluted, it seriously affects If you change engine oil immed- the engine life span. Maintain appropriate If oil sold on markets or privately ma- iately after engine is stopped, be level of oil, use correct type of oil and nufactured oil (oil-grade) is used, engine careful of burns because the engine.

Page 39: Transmission Oil Inspection

TRANSMISSION OIL INSPECTION Check to see if transmission oil leaks out Start the engine and let it idle for a few of the transmission case. minutes. Stop the engine and put the motorcycle on its mainstand on level ground. Remove the LH.

Page 40: Wheel Removal

WHEEL REMOVAL Loosen the axle nut. Raise the front wheel off the ground by Withdraw the front wheel axle and placing a support block under the remove the front wheel. engine. Loosen the oval screw and remove the speedometer cable.

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Remove the rear caliper assembly from Set vehicle on main stand in upright position on level ground. the rear swing arm by removing the 2 Loosen the parking brake adjuster nut fixing bolts. B, remove the parking brake cable. Loosen the axle nut, remove the rear swing arm.

Page 42: Spark Plug

SPARK PLUG If electrode is stained or clearance is not Install in the reverse order of removal.

Clean plug with plug cleaner. right, satisfactory spark is not produced. Check electrode for wear and corro- Clean and make adjustment. sion. Check the plug gap using a feeler gauge.

CAUTION Loosen the special screw and remove PLUG GAP. 0.8

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Page 43: Battery Inspection

BATTERY INSPECTION CAUTION Turn the ignition switch OFF If you remove 2 screws from battery This vehicle doesn#x2019;t need either before disconnecting the terminal cover after putting floor panel met from the battery.

Remove the replenishing or checking battery water forward, you will find battery assem- negative pole.

Page 44: Fuse Replacement

FUSE REPLACEMENT Turn off the main switch to see if the fuse CAUTION is severed. If the fuse is severed, exchange the fuse into 7A fuse. When disassemble fuse, make sure that fuse holder isn#x2019;t separated. To change a fuse, first take off battery After assembling fuse in the part of cover.

Page 45: Bulb Replacement

BULB REPLACEMENT [HEADLIGHT BULB] Be sure to turn the ignition switch Before replacing the bulb, be sure to OFF when replacing the bulb. check the switches for loose connection of the connector. Do not use bulbs other than that Loosen the 7 special screws and specified.

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[WINKER BULB] [TAIL/STOP LIGHT BULB] Loosen the 2 screws and remove the Loosen the tapping screw and remove Loosen the tapping screw and remove tail light lens. the winker lens. the winker lens. Slightly press down on the bulb and Slightly press down on the bulb and Slightly press down on the bulb and turn it counterclockwise.

Page 47: Air Cleaner Element Inspection

AIR CLEANER ELEMENT INSPECTION Turn the main switch key from OFF to Clean the air cleaner element in clean CAUTION OPEN to open the seat. oil, squeeze excess oil, and then, wra- Do not use gasoline or other ma- Loosen the 6 washer screws and pping it in a dry cloth, squeeze it again.

Page 48: Side Stand Inspection, Cable Rubber Part Inspection

SIDE STAND INSPECTION CABLE RUBBER PART INSPECTION Erect main stand and place vehicle in A rubber part is assembled on the cable to CAUTION upright position on level ground. protect the inner cable.

Infiltration of the foreign materials Check the spring for damage or loss of Make sure that this part is placed firmly or water caused by damage of tension and the side stand assembly for.

Page 49: Notables For Car Washing, Storage Guide

STORAGE GUIDE NOTABLES FOR CAR WASHING Make sure to stop the engine prior to car Extended storage, such as for winter, CAUTION washing. requires that you take certain steps to Petrol is extremely flammable and Be careful not to allow water to enter the reduce the effects of deterioration from explosive under.

Page 50: Frame And Engine Number

FRAME AND ENGINE NUMBER Inflate the tires to their recommended The frame number is stamped on the pressures. Place the motorcycle on front central part of the frame. blocks to raise both tires off the ground. The engine number is stamped on the Cover the motorcycle (don#x2019;t use plastic central part of the left crankcase.

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PREPARATION BEFORE DRIVING SAFE DRIVING Performing daily inspection Putting on the protective gears (Helmet, glove, goggles, etc.) Bringing the driver’s licence Determinating the path to the desired destination.

Page 52: Driving Method, Driving Position

DRIVING METHOD DRIVING POSITION SCOOTER The appropriate driving position is most important thing to driving safely. Eyes.

Look at the front direction widely. Shoulders. Relieve the tension. Arms. Relieve the tension and bend arms to inside and let them act as the spring.

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VEHICLE EXCEPT SCOOTER Eyes. Look at the front direction widely. Shoulders. Relieve the tension. Arms. Relieve the tension and bend arms to inside and let them act as the spring. Hands.

Grip the handle the position away from the inside end of the handle with distance of one finger to facilitate the operation of the switch and lever.

Page 54: Precaution When Driving

PRECAUTION WHEN DRIVING Secure the safe distance. If any abnormality is found, stop driving and contact service center to inspect the vehicle. Drive protectively. Do not obstruct the traffic.

Restart the vehicle after 2

3 min when it is turned over. Do not drive on the pedestrian way or walkway.

Page 55: Starting

STARTING 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.

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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.

Page 57: Turning Method, Principle Of Turn, Effect Of Speed

TURNING METHOD PRINCIPLE OF TURN EFFECT OF SPEED CENTRIFUGAL FORCE GRAVITY The basic principle of turn is balancing using the centrifugal The centrifugal force increases in inverse portion to the radius force which makes vehicle go outside and the gravity which of a curve and in portion to the square speed.

Page 58: Positions Of Turning

3 POSITIONS OF TURNING The basic principle of turn is balancing using combined force of LEAN-IN the centrifugal force and the gravity.

This is a turning position with driver leaned inside more than All 3 positions require straightening the head and keeping the motor cycle.

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TURNING METHOD 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.

Page 60: Precaution When Turning

PRECAUTION WHEN TURNING Do not drive inside of large truck’s turn circle. 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 .

Page 61: Braking Method, Basic Principle Of Brake(friction Force), Restraint Of Brake Effect (inertia)

BRAKING METHOD BASIC PRINCIPLE OF BRAKE (FRICTION FORCE) RESTRAINT OF BRAKE EFFECT (INERTIA) Vehicle is braked using friction between road surface and tires.

Braking distance increases 1.5 times on wet road and 3 times on icy road because friction force of road surface is decreased.

Page 62: Comparision Of Braking Distance, Braking Method, Impact When Collision

BRAKING METHOD IMPACT WHEN COLLISION Turn the throttle grip to its original position and decelerate Learn the proper braking method to prevent accident. using the engine brake. Erect the vehicle straight.

Brake using both front and rear brakes. COMPARISION OF BRAKING DISTANCE Vehicle speed. 50 km/h Impact increases in proportion to the speed and weight.

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