HYOSUNG GT250 FI OWNER’S MANUAL Pdf Download.

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Hyosung Comet GT250 R
Hyosung Comet GT250 R

Summary of Contents

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This owner#x2019;s manual important safety information. read it carefully.

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manual should be considered a part of the motorcycle and should with the motorcycle when or otherwise transferred to a new owner or The manual contains important information and instructions which be read carefully before the motorcycle.

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Hyosung the right to make Motorcycling is one of the exhilarating changes at any time. and insure your riding

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Information following signal words performance your new motorcycle. should be reviewed. Hyosung parts are of high quality materials, and parts are finished to close Proper WARNING break-in allows the machined.

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Noise Control System assembly) TAMPERING WITH CONTROL SYSTEM PROHIBITED are warned that the law may prohibit. (a) The or rendering inoperative by any person than for the purpose of maintenance, or replacement, of any device or element of incorporated into any new vehicle for the of noise control prior to its any or delivery to the ultimate purchaser or it is in use ;.

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#x25CF; #x25CF; periodic maintenance warnings the riders. Keep the requirements authorized owner#x2019;s manual in the Hyosung dealer is trained and storage compartment equipped to this service. located the seat. #x25CF; #x25CF; gasoline from the fuel #x2019;.

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WARNING #x25CF; #x25CF; Do not run the engine or are started as where there is or no ventilation. the battery ignition Exhaust gases contain monoxide, a potentially lethal gas Do not permit to start or operate the is and odorless.

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#x25C9; WEAR A HELMET CAUTION WHEN KEEPING FOR LONG 1. Supply enough the fuel in the tank. Motorcycle safety starts with a quality helmet.

One of the most 2. Remove the from the motorcycle.

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#x25C9; FAMILIARIZE YOURSELF THE MOTORCYCLE WARNING Your skill and mechanical knowledge the foundation for safe riding We suggest that you practice your motorcycle in a non-traffic until you are thoroughly familiar your machine and its controls. practice makes perfect.

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The addition of unsuitable accessories a dangerous, unstable condition. can to unsafe operating conditions. It is not for Hyosung to test each 2. for proper ground clearance on the market or combinations and bank An improperly.

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5. Certain displace the rider from his or her riding position. This the freedom of movement of the rider and may his or her control ability. 6. Additional accessories may damage the existing system.

Severe overloads may damage the harness or create a dangerous due to the loss of electrical.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. NUMBER LOCATION #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; 2. AND OIL RECOMMENDATION #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; FUEL OIL 3. NAMES OF EACH PARTS [ 4. NAMES OF EACH PARTS [ 5. CONTROLS #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; IGNITION IGNITION KEY INSTRUMENT PANEL HANDLE SWITCH RIGHT SWITCH REAR BRAKE

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8. BREAK-IN #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; 9. BEFORE RIDING #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; 10. MAINTENANCE #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; 11. INSPECTION AND #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; TOOL ENGINE OIL HOSE GASOLINE RUBBER CAP OF EXHAUST PIPE AND MUFFLER FORK REAR SHOCK BATTERY AIR CLEANER SPARK IDLING ADJUSTMENT THROTTLE ADJUSTMENT CLUTCH CABLE.

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Please write down the in the box SERIAL NUMBER LOCATION below for your future The frame and/or engine numbers Frame number. are to register the motorcycle. They are to assist your dealer in of Engine number. ordering or referring to special service

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FUEL AND OIL ENGINE OIL #x25A0; #x25A0; ENGINE OIL Classification Grade Remarks F U E L Over SL Use unleaded gasoline an octane rating of 91 or higher. Unleaded gasoline can extend plug life and exhaust life. #x203B;.

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OF EACH PARTS [ #x2460; Clutch lever Front lever #x2461; #x2466; handle switches Throttle #x2462; #x2467; Instrument Ignition switch #x2463; Front brake fluid Fuel tank cap #x2464; handle switches.

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#xFFFD; Spark pulg Rear turn signal #x246A; #xFFFD; Front signal lamp Brake / lamp #x246B; #xFFFD; lamp License plate #x246C; #xFFFD; Ignition (Front) Passenger footrests #xFFFD; Ignition coil Footrests #x246E; #xFFFD;.

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#xFFFD; Muffler Front fluid reservoir #xFFFD; carrier Front brake switch #xFFFD; Rear Trunk Engine oil filter Front seat Engine oil cap #xFFFD; Tools Engine oil lens Battery Rear pedal ECU (Engine Control Rear brake lamp Rear brake fluid Air cleaner.

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NAMES OF PARTS [ #x2460; #x2465; lever Front brake #x2461; #x2466; Left switches Throttle grip #x2467; Instrument panel switch #x2463; #x2468; brake fluid reservoir tank cap #x2464; Right switches.

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#x2469; Spark pulg (Front) turn signal lamp #xFFFD; Head lamp / Tail lamp #x246B; turn signal lamp License plate lamp #xFFFD; Ignition coil Passenger footrests #x246D; Ignition coil (Rear) #x246E; #xFFFD;.

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brake lamp switch Muffler Engine oil filter Rear seat Trunk oil filler cap #xFFFD; Front Engine oil level lens Tools Rear brake #xFFFD; Battery Rear lamp switch #xFFFD; ECU Control Unit) Rear fluid reservoir Air cleaner brake fluid reservoir.

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IGNITION KEY CONTROLS motorcycles are equipped with a SWITCH pair of identical keys. Keep the spare key in a place. Your motorcycle keys are stamped with an number.

This number is when making replacement

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#x2460; TACHOMETER PANEL The tachometer indicates the speed in revolutions per minutes #x2461; #x2461; TURN INDICATOR LAMP #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #xFFFD; When the turn signals are operated either to the right or to the the indicator #xFFFD;.

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#x2464; #x2465; #x2465; METER ODOMETER / TRIP The display in it has three functions, and two trip meters. The display odometer or trip meter, as before turning the ignition off. #x2019;s the speedometer are LCD Crystal Display) type, it the remaining fuel amount in the tank.

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#x2466; CLOCK The clock indicates mode. Follow the procedure to adjust the clock. 1. Push the #x2467; (in the normal mode) for 2 until the hour and To reset the meter to zero, push the display blink.

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it for Adjustment correctly. When is the case, stop 0.6

1 the engine and contact a Increase the hour of seconds Hyosung authorised

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WARNING LEFT SWITCH Set the dimmer switch #x201D; when other vehicle is running in front or #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #x2463; TURN SIGNAL SWITCH when left, right or change direction. #x25C9; #xFFFD; #x201D; Position. the left turn #xFFFD;.

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WARNING RIGHT HANDLE Apply the brake lightly and great care on slippery to avoid #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #x2462; #x2462; THROTTLE Engine speed is controlled by of the throttle grip. Turn it you to #xFFFD; increase engine

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#x2464; #x2464; SWITCH WARNING Use this to operate the starting motor. are With the ignition switch in the with the side stand interlock position, the engine switch in the system. #x201C; position, and the transmission is in 1.

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BRAKE PEDAL GEARSHIFT Depressing the rear brake will apply the rear The brake lamp will be when the rear brake is WARNING Apply the brake and with great care on surfaces to avoid skidding.

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Reduce the motorcycle speed FOOTRESTS down-shifting. When the engine speed should be before the clutch is #x25C9; FOOTREST POSITION ADJUSTMENT (FOR #x300E; #x300E; #x300F; ) This will unnecessary wear on the drive components and the rear tire.

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#x25C9; #x25C9; LINK ROD #x300E; #x300E; #x300F; is delivered from #x300E; #x300E; #x300F; #x2019;s the factory on position OPTIONAL PARTS) WARNING the footrests in position #xFFFD;. the gearshift link rod for When the footrest position, appropriate position.

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SIDE SEAT LOCK are equipped the side The rear seat is located under the left ignition interlock system. seat. 1. If the transmission is in neutral, you can To the rear seat, insert the start the engine regardless of lever key into the lock and it clockwise.

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TRUNK SHOCK ABSORBER A small and article such as maintenance or Owner#x2019;s manual can be placed the rear seat. are delivered the factory with its adjuster set on 2. Adjustment of rear suspension is position 2 to position 1.

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OF GASOLINE WARNING AND ENGINE OIL is extremely flammable and toxic. observe the following precautions refueling your GASOLINE #x25CF; Never permit refueling by anyone other an …. #x25CF; #x25CF; in a well ventilated area.

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CAUTION ENGINE OIL operate the motorcycle if the Long life depends much on the oil level is below the #x201C;Lower selection of quality oil and the periodic (L)#x201D; in the engine oil level changing of the oil. Never the engine oil above the Daily oil checks and periodic #x201C;Upper mark (F)#x201D;.

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#xFFFD; More frequent may be performed on motorcycles that are #x2460; #x2460; under conditions, inspect #x2461; Quantity of Engine oil, degree of Engine oil before the motorcycle and then supplement and at any time to prevent damage of the

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6. Before replacing the oil filter cover, be sure to that the engine #x2463; oil filter spring and the #x201C;O#x201D; HYOSUNG OUTSIDE installed Use new #x201C;O#x201D; ring 16510H05240 time the engine oil filter is replaced.

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CAUTION TIPS In case of the engine oil excessively, the engine output STARTING THE ENGINE made Be careful not to pour engine Before attempting to start the make sure.

9. Operate the a few minutes by idling speed.

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CAUTION #x201C;ON#x201D; position, an authorized Hyosung dealer. #x25CF; Take off the starter right after started. #x25CF; Do not engage the starting for.

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Hyosung Do not ability to control the motorcycle. use the with disabled fuel keep both hands on the system, in order to avoid and both feet on the damaging the components.

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Pull the clutch in and pause USING THE TRANSMISSION Engage first gear by the gearshift lever downward. the throttle grip toward you and at The is provided to keep the the same release the clutch lever operating smoothly in its normal and smoothly.

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RIDING ON STOPPING AND PARKING When steep hills, the motorcycle 1. the throttle grip away you to may begin to slow down and lack of close the throttle power. At this point you shift to a 2.

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As vehicle The explains how important proper is to achieve maximum life increase, stopping distance and from your new Hyosung. progressively. The following guidelines proper break-in procedures. Be you have a safe stopping between you and the vehicle in front of

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#x2605; #x2605; IN THE NEW TIRES Timely performance of the km (600 miles) service ensure optimum New tires proper break-in to assure life and performance from the p e r f o r m a n c e. just as the engine does.

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WHAT TO INSPECTION BEFORE FOR. CHECK RIDING #x25CF; #x25CF; Steering No of movement #x25CF; #x25CF; No or looseness #x25CF; #x25CF; riding the motorcycle, be sure to play in the #x25CF; #x25CF; the follwing item. throttle Inspect every day once before riding Smooth and.

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Your dealer can provide you with guide lines. Steering suspensions and CAUTION require special and careful servicing.

Hyosung Comet GT250 R

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#x2460; #x2465; Clutch holder Speedometer gear box #x2466; Footrests pivot lever holder #x2462; Passenger footrests pivot cable #x2463; #x2468; chain Brake pedal #x2464; Side stand and spring hook — oil — Grease.

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#x2500; Inspect Rear absorber #x2605; #x2500; Tighten Chassis nuts and #x2605; #x2500; Lubricate General lubrication N O T E #x2605; = Ask your Hyosung dealer or mechanic to do the maintenance items

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INSPECTION AND ENGINE OIL Check if there is leakage crankcase, oil hose. TOOL To you in the performance of periodic maintenance, a kit is supplied FUEL HOSE and is under the front seat. The kit consists of the following items.

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FRONT FORK BATTERY #x25C9; INSPECTION OF BATTERY #x25CF; Check if there is any by bend of front fork moving the handle LEVEL and downward. MF(Maintenance Free) of airtight #x25CF; Inspect the steering stem is type is for these motorcycles.

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#x25C9; #x25C9; OF BATTERY TERMINAL AIR CLEANER the battery terminal when it is or rusted. 1. Set the ignition switch position. If the air cleaner element has 2. Disassemble front seat, with dust, intake will disassemble the ( ) positive increase with a resultant in power.

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CAUTION Before and during the cleaning inspect the element for tears. A element must be replaced. Be position the element snugly and so that no incoming air will bypass it.

Remember, rapid of piston rings and cylinder is often caused by a defective or fitted element.

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the carbon deposits periodically spark plug be used, it is the spark plug with a of hard wire best to your Hyosung dealer or before selecting an alternate or heat range. The selection of an spark plug can lead to engine damage.

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ADJUSTMENT THROTTLE CABLE suggest that have idling speed adjusted by authorized Hyosung dealer. Do not adjust the idle speed to variations of the cabruretion setting. #xFFFD; To adjust the throttle play. #x2460;.

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#x25C9; CLUTCH CABLE CLUTCH CABLE #x25CF; A adjustment be allowed by the clutch adjuster #x2462;. At each interval, adjust the #x25CF; the lock nut #x2461; counter- cable play by means of cable clockwise.

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the chain every 1,000 km. If you find any of these problems your sprocket, consult Hyosung dealer. Riding the chain in poor condition or adjusted can lead to an accident.

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WARNING Be careful not to the muffler when it is hot. a hot can burn you. 20

30 mm (0.79

in) #x25C9; #x25C9; DRIVE CLEANING AND OILING This chain has special #x201C;O-rings#x201D;. and oil the chain periodically, as follows. 1.

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2. After thoroughly washing the and BRAKES allowing it to dry, oil the with a Hyosung chain or an equivalent. utilize front and disk brakes. CAUTION operating the brake systems are to safe riding. Be sure to the.

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If a pad is worn to the limit line it must be with a new one by your authorized dealer or qualified service [Rear Brake] WARNING.

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CAUTION fluid according to inspection chart by your Hyosung Do not spill any brake on painted or dealer for safety as in of operating plastic surfaces as it damage the at high pressure.

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#x25C9; #x25C9; BRAKE LAMP SWITCH The front brake lamp is located beneath the front lever. Loosen the switch screws and adjust the timing by the tire pressure and the tire the switch body forward or depth periodically.

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It is recommended to use the #x25C9; #x25C9; AND CUTS standard tire by Hyosung. Check if 1) there are cracks and cuts. 2) there are stuck. #x25C9; #x25C9; AXLE NUT Inspect the rear shaft and jointing nut for loosening.

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#x25C9; #x25C9; TIRE #x25CF; #x25CF; REAR REPLACEMENT 1. Place the motorcycle on the or #x25CF; #x25CF; FRONT REPLACEMENT block. 1. Place the on the jack or block. #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #xFFFD; 2. Loosen the axle #x2460;. 3.

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12V H1. 55W#xD7; 1 #x300E; #x300F; head lamp bulb by your authorized Hyosung or a Head lamp 12V — H3. 1 qualified service machanic.

12V — W5W#xD7; 1 Brake / lamp 12V — P21 / 5W#xD7;.

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#x25C9; #x25C9; HEAD #x25C9; #x25C9; TURN LAMP #xFFFD; #xFFFD; 1. the lens by removing the screw. 1. Remove the head lamp 2. Push the bulb, turn it to the #x2461; 2. Remove the three (right, left clockwise, and it out.

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#x25C9; BRAKE / TAIL LAMP #x25C9; LICENSE PLATE 1. Remove the rear seat. 1. the socket under the rear To the rear seat, insert the ignition key into the lock and it 2. Push the bulb, turn it to the clockwise.

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You should your Hyosung pacemaker. the spark plug away or a qualified service mechanic the spark plug hole this test.

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Do not use pressure washers to When any trouble, the best way is clean motorcycle. to consult your dealer for repairs. WHEN FOR LONG PERIOD 1. Supply the fuel in the fuel tank.

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#x2605; #x2605; WASHING motorcycle Use a garden hose at low to remove the majority of dirt or debris. With some your motorcycle can be washed in a manner to washing an Hand your motorcycle with a soap or detergent and water.


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