HYOSUNG GT250 FI OWNER’S MANUAL Pdf Download.

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Hyosung Comet GT250 R
Hyosung Comet GT250 R

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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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. INSPECTION BEFORE RIDING #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; 10. PERIODIC MAINTENANCE #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; 11. INSPECTION AND MAINTENANCE #x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219;#x2219; TOOL ENGINE OIL FUEL HOSE GASOLINE RUBBER CAP OF CABLES EXHAUST PIPE AND MUFFLER FRONT FORK REAR SHOCK ABSORBER BATTERY AIR CLEANER SPARK PLUG IDLING ADJUSTMENT THROTTLE CABLE ADJUSTMENT CLUTCH CABLE.

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

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FUEL AND OIL ENGINE OIL RECOMMENDATION #x25A0; #x25A0; ENGINE OIL SPECIFICATION Classification Grade Remarks F U E L system Over SL Use unleaded gasoline with an octane rating of 91 or higher. 10W/40 Unleaded gasoline can extend spark plug life and exhaust components life. #x203B;.

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NAMES OF EACH PARTS [ #x2460; #x2465; Clutch lever Front brake lever #x2461; #x2466; Left handle switches Throttle grip #x2462; #x2467; Instrument panel Ignition switch #x2463; #x2468; Front brake fluid reservoir Fuel tank cap #x2464; Right handle switches.

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#x2469; #xFFFD; Spark pulg (Front) Rear turn signal lamp #x246A; #xFFFD; Front turn signal lamp Brake / Tail lamp #x246B; #xFFFD; Head lamp License plate lamp #x246C; #xFFFD; Ignition coil (Front) Passenger footrests #x246D; #xFFFD; Ignition coil (Rear) Footrests #x246E; #xFFFD;.

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

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NAMES OF EACH PARTS [ #x2460; #x2465; Clutch lever Front brake lever #x2461; #x2466; Left handle switches Throttle grip #x2462; #x2467; Instrument panel Ignition switch #x2463; #x2468; Front brake fluid reservoir Fuel tank cap #x2464; Right handle switches.

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#x2469; #xFFFD; Spark pulg (Front) Rear turn signal lamp #x246A; #xFFFD; Head lamp Brake / Tail lamp #x246B; Front turn signal lamp #xFFFD; License plate lamp #x246C; #xFFFD; Ignition coil (Front) Passenger footrests #x246D; #xFFFD; Ignition coil (Rear) Footrests #x246E; #xFFFD;.

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

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

This number is used when making replacement keys.

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#x2460; TACHOMETER INSTRUMENT PANEL The tachometer indicates the engine speed in revolutions per minutes (rpm). #x2461; #x2461; TURN SIGNAL INDICATOR LAMP #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #xFFFD; When the turn signals are being operated either to the right or to the left, the indicator #xFFFD;.

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

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#x2466; #x2466; CLOCK The clock indicates 12-hour mode. Follow the procedure below to adjust the clock. 1. Push the switch #x2467; (in the normal mode) for 2 seconds until the hour and To reset the trip meter to zero, push the minutes display blink.

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

1 the engine immediately and contact a Increase the hour of clock seconds Hyosung authorised dealer.

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WARNING LEFT HANDLE SWITCH Set the dimmer switch #x201C; #x201D; when other #xFFFD; vehicle is running in front or against. #xFFFD; #xFFFD; #x2463; #x2463; TURN SIGNAL SWITCH Using when left, right turn or change direction. #x25C9; #x201C; #xFFFD; #x201D; Position. Flash the left turn #xFFFD;.

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

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#x2464; #x2464; STARTER SWITCH WARNING Use this switch to operate the starting motor. are equipped With the ignition switch in the #x201C;ON#x201D; with the side stand ignition interlock position, the engine stop switch in the system. #x201C; #x201D; position, and the transmission is in 1.

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REAR BRAKE PEDAL GEARSHIFT LEVER Depressing the rear brake pedal will apply the rear brake. The brake lamp will be illuminated when the rear brake is operated. WARNING Apply the brake lightly and with great care on slippery surfaces to avoid skidding.

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

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

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

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

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SUPPLY OF GASOLINE WARNING AND ENGINE OIL Gasoline is extremely flammable and toxic. Always observe the following precautions when refueling your GASOLINE #x25CF; #x25CF; Never permit motorcycle refueling by anyone other than an adult. #x25CF; #x25CF; Refuel in a well ventilated area. #x25CF;.

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

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CAUTION #xFFFD; More frequent servicing may be performed on motorcycles that are used #x2460; #x2460; under severe conditions, inspect #x2461; #x2461; Quantity of Engine oil, Pollution degree of Engine oil before riding the motorcycle and then supplement and replace at any time to prevent damage of the engine.

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6. Before replacing the engine oil filter cover, be sure to check that the engine #x2463; #x2464; oil filter spring and the #x201C;O#x201D; ring HYOSUNG OUTSIDE installed correctly. Use new #x201C;O#x201D; ring 16510H05240 each time the engine oil filter element is replaced.

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

9. Operate the engine a few minutes by idling speed.

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

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

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

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

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

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#x2605; #x2605; BREAKING IN THE NEW TIRES Timely performance of the 1,000 km (600 miles) service will ensure optimum New tires need proper break-in to assure service life and performance from the maximum p e r f o r m a n c e. just as the engine does.

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

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Your Hyosung dealer can provide you with further guide lines. Steering components, suspensions and CAUTION require very special and careful servicing.

Hyosung Comet GT250 R

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#x2460; #x2465; Clutch lever holder Speedometer gear box #x2461; #x2466; Footrests pivot Brake lever holder #x2462; #x2467; Passenger footrests pivot Throttle cable #x2463; #x2468; Drive chain Brake pedal pivot #x2464; Side stand pivot and spring hook – Motor oil – Grease.

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

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

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

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#x25C9; #x25C9; CLEAN OF BATTERY TERMINAL AIR CLEANER Clean the battery terminal when it is dusty or rusted. 1. Set the ignition switch #x201C;OFF#x201D; position. If the air cleaner element has become 2. Disassemble front seat, clogged with dust, intake resistance will disassemble the ( ) positive battery increase with a resultant decrease in power.

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CAUTION #xFFFD; Before and during the cleaning operation, inspect the element for tears. A torn element must be replaced. Be sure position the element snugly and correctly, so that no incoming air will #xFFFD; bypass it.

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

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

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IDLING ADJUSTMENT THROTTLE CABLE ADJUSTMENT suggest that have #x2019;s idling speed adjusted by your authorized Hyosung dealer. CAUTION Do not adjust the idle speed to avoid variations of the cabruretion setting. #xFFFD; #xFFFD; To adjust the throttle cable play. #x2460;.

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

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

CAUTION.

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

30 mm (0.79

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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12V – H1. 55W#xD7; 1 #x300E; #x300F; #x2019;s head lamp bulb replaced by your authorized Hyosung dealer or a Head lamp 12V – H3. 55W#xD7; 1 qualified service machanic.

Position 12V – W5W#xD7; 1 Brake / Tail lamp 12V – P21 / 5W#xD7;.

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#x25C9; #x25C9; HEAD LAMP #x25C9; #x25C9; TURN SIGNAL LAMP #xFFFD; #xFFFD; 1. Remove the lens by removing the screw. #x2460;. 1. Remove the head lamp cowling 2. Push the bulb, turn it to the counter- #x2461; 2. Remove the three screws (right, left clockwise, and pull it out.

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

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You should consult your Hyosung pacemaker. Keep the spark plug away dealer or a qualified service mechanic from the spark plug hole during this test.

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

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


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