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Page 2: Of Contents

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

3: Table Of Contents

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

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

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OPERATION SAFETY PRECAUTIONS This describes matters pertaining to operation, safe operation and maintenance of the vehicle you Careful and the wearing of proper attire and purchased. equipment are the most factors in the safe To ensure comfortable and safer operation, sure to operation of the scooter.

6: Prior To Starting Vehicle,

PRIOR TO STARTING VEHICLE Read user’s manual

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

Page 7: Correct Attire,

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

Page 8: Modification, Muffler

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

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PARTS LOCATION MIRROR TRUNK BACK SEAT FRONT BRAKE BAG HOLDER BRAKE DISK TIRE PILLION STEP

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FUEL TANK LID THE SEAT) REAR BRAKE BATTERY HEADLIGHT FUSE CUSHION KICK START MAIN STAND SIDE

Page 11: Meter

METER AND USAGE METER INDICATOR Indicates driving speed.

legal When the winker is operated, PARKING BRAKE speed limits to ensure operation. the winker indicator in union SPEEDOMETER with the of the turn signals.

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BRAKE LAMP>.

Page 12: Switch Operation, Switch

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

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

Page 13: Starter Headlight

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

Page 14: Switch, Horn Button, Switch

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

Page 15: Equipment 4 Seat Lock

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

Make that the seat is securely after closing the seat. with unlocked seat may cause danger.

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

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

Page 17: Document Area, Inner Box

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

Page 18: Handphone Charger, Bag

HANDPHONE CHARGER BAG HOLDER The charging of the handphone must be with the main switch in ON. Usage of if the handphone plug for purpose (for example, or ciga jack) may cause the discharging. Driving the vehicle charging the handphone may cause and failure of the handphone.

Page 19: Driving Operation, Starting The

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

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Press the starter button rotating If the engine is hot and does not It is possible that starting be more the starter grip the throttle). after pressing the button for 3

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

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

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

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AFTER ENGINE Fold the main Get on the vehicle.

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

23: Proper Driving Methods

DRIVING METHODS Speed is by the operation of Work the front and brakes Before entering use the correct the throttle grip. turn signal to foreward drivers of your intentions.

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

Page 24: Stopping

The brakes should never be Special care in driving be When approaching the desired and the handle bars should during rainy weather. area. never be suddenly More braking distance is when Activate the proper and after driving on wet roads or in the

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

26: Self Inspections Before

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

Page 27: Inspection Of Area, Brake Inspection

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

Page 28: Check

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

Page 29: Tire Inspection

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

Page 30: Engine Oil Check, Lights And Winker

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

31: Back Mirror Inspection, Leak Inspection, License Inspection, Maintenance

CAUTION SCHEDULE.

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

Page 32: Maintenance Schedule

SCHEDULE Perform the Self Before Operation at each maintenance period.

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

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

Page 34: Maintenance Precautions,

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

After maintenance, the waste.

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

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

[FRONT / REAR Check the cutout in each If either pad is worn to the cutout, both pads as a set See your Daelim dealer for this

Page 37: Parking Brake Parking Brake Shoe

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

Page 38: Changing Engine Oil

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

Page 39: Transmission Oil

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

Page 40: Removal

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

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

Page 42: Spark

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

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

Loosen the special screw and PLUG GAP. 0.8

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43: Battery Inspection

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

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

44: Fuse Replacement

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

Page 45: Bulb Replacement

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

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

Page 47: Air Cleaner Element

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

Page 48: Stand Inspection, Cable Part Inspection

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

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

Page 49: Notables For Car Washing, Guide

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

Page 50: And Engine Number

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

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

Page 52: Method, Driving Position

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

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

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

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

54: Precaution When Driving

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

Restart the after 2

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

55: Starting

STARTING Prior to always look around to accident. SCOOTER Lock the brake with the main erected.

Start the engine using the or kick. Pull back the stand. Get on the vehicle. Release the lock lever by pull the brake lever strongly.

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VEHICLE EXCEPT SCOOTER Get on the after pulling back the

Start driving slowly turning on the winker and releasing the while ensuring the safety the vehicle. CAUTION Return the stand to its original position. driving without doing may cause turnover accident.

57: Turning Method, Principle Of Effect Of Speed

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

Page 58: Of Turning

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

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

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METHOD LEAN-OUT This is a position with motor leaned inside more driver, which is opposite to the position. With this quick turn is well and driver can obtain wide visual field adequate to on the rained or slippy road it has best road holding.

60: Precaution When Turning

WHEN TURNING Do not drive of large truck’s turn DISTANCE BETWEEN THE FRONT AND WHEEL TURN It is distance path of the front and rear and increases in proportion to the length of the .

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

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

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

62: Comparision Of Braking Distance, Method, Impact When

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

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

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