We are pleased to
welcome and congratulate you on your excellent choice.
This owners manual
contains important information how to operate the controls and how to make the
best possible use of all the motorcycles technical features. Please read this
owners manual thoroughly and comply with the rules mentioned before operating
If you have any
question concerning your motorcycle, your dealer will be glad to provide
We hope you have a
safe and pleasant journey.
Enjoy your ride!
All information in
this manual is based on the latest product information available at the time of
approval for printing. Certain illustrations and descriptions in this manual
may differ from your motorcycle, depending on each national market
specification. We reserve the right to make changes at any time without prior
notice and without incurring any obligations.
This manual should
be considered as a permanent part of the vehicle and should remain with the
vehicle whenever it is resold or possession is transferred to another person.
Please take the time to read and understand this entire owners manual.
No part of this
handbook may be reproduced without written permission.
READ THIS OWNERS MANUAL CAREFULLY
attention to the following symbols and statement:
precautions and precautions intended to prevent damage to the motorcycle.
Failure to comply could void the warranty.
special information on operation and inspecting your motorcycle as well as
maintenance and adjustment procedures.
This motorcycle is designed to carry only the
operator and is NOT designed to carry a passenger.
Never exceed the maximum weight capacity as
show non the MAIN FUNCTIONAL SPECIFICATION TABLE
This motorcycle is designed to be used only
on the road.
Motorcycle Identification Number
Allow Engine Oil to Circulate Before
First Maintenance Check
Function Descriptions 3
Turn Signal Indicator Lamp
High Beam Indicator Lamp
Power On/Off Switch
Starter Button(For Models Equipped with Electric Starter)
Power On/Off Button
Turn Signal Switch
Headlight Selector Switch
Front ﹠Rear Brake Lever
Large Storage Compartment
in the Rain
Side Stand ﹠
Engine Oil Change and Oil
Filter Screen Cleaning
Fuel Checking and
Front Brake Fluid Check
Air Filter Cleaning
Main Functioned Specifications Table
Motorcycle Identification Number
engine number is for registration use, and for the frame main tube under the
front storage compantment. 1, engine numbers is
located at the lower left hand side of the engine 2, Please Fill in the
numbers in the box below for future referfence.
If you treat your
engine with prompt and adequate care from the very star, it will reward you
with excellent service as well as performance for a very long period of time. A
suitable running in period can extend the life of your motorcycle. Please read
the following chart.
During the running
in period, you should avoid riding at a constant speed for an extended period.
For the first 2,000 km, you should therefore ride at varying road and engine
speeds, varying the speed will allow the engine to work at different loads thus
until zing its range and capacity. This will extend the life of the engine.
* Avoid low speed
riding for an extended period.
* Any increase or
decrease in speed should be done gradually.
* Avoid placing a
heavy load on the engine (right at full throttle) and riding at high revs.
Allow Engine Oil to Circulate Before Riding
After starting the
engine, whether the engine is cold or warm, you should wait a moment to allow
the engine oil to circulate before riding. This will allow the engine oil to
reach every part of engine, thus avoiding any unnecessary damage to the engine.
First Maintenance Check
maintenance check of the motorcycle is very important. After the running in
period, all engine parts should be working properly. With some additional
adjustment, a change of engine oil and air filter, you can ensure that the engine
will be maintained at its best performance.
* The maintenance
part in this manual can be used as guidance for maintenance check
procedures.(Please refer to page 29)
This manual includes
some important safety information and guidance, please read it carefully before
·If this is your first time riding this kind of motorcycle, we recommend
that you practice riding it in a remote or open area first until you understand
all the functions of your motorcycle.
·Riding with one hand is dangerous. You should always hold the handlebar
with both hands and keep your feet on the pedal.
·Reduce speed when turning a corner, obey the speed limit and traffic
·When riding in wet or uneven surface, tyre grip, brake performance and
the handling of the motorcycle will be affected, you should reduce speed
·When you enter or exit a tunnel, riding through some cut away mountain
slope or when overtaken by trucks or buses, you may encounter some air
turbulence. Under these situations you should reduce speed and increase your
·You should always wear a helmet, gloves and goggles. Riding safety
starts with a quality helmet, head injuries can be fatal. Protection of your
eyes is very import. Do not wear loose clothes or clothing that will affect
safety while riding.
·The exhaust fumes from the engine contains carbon monoxide that is
harmful to humans, please run the engine only in places with good ventilation.
·Do not run the engine for a long period standing still, it may damage
the engine due to overheating.
·The exhaust pipe is very hot even after the engine is switched off.
Avoid touching it and parking the motorcycle near dry grass and/or highly
·Any items placed or hung on the handlebar will affect the motorcycles
handling and stability. You should not place or hang anything on the handlebar.
·Luggage must be securely fastened onto the appropriate compartment(if
any) of the motorcycle.
·When refueling, switch off the motorcycle.
·When refueling, switch off the engine, do not smoke and do not use
·Any unauthorized modification to the motorcycle is dangerous.
This shows the speed of the motorcycle in kilometers per hour.
This shows the total distance traveled in kilometers.
This indicates the amount of fuel in the fuel tank. When the pointer is
in the red zone, this indicates that the fuel is too low. Please refill the
tank with Rq90 or higher unleaded petrol.
4 Turn Signal Indicator Lamp
the turn signal light is functioning, the turn signal indicator lamp will be
flashing at the same time.
5 High Beam Indicator Lamp
Turn on the headlamp when riding
at night. When the headlamp selector switch is in the position, this indicates that the high
beam is turned on.
6 Power On/Off Switch
This position indicates that the power is cut off and the engine is turned off.
The key can be removed in this position.
This position indicates that the power is turned on and the engine can now be
started. The key cannot be removed is this position.
7 Steering Lock
avoid theft, lock the handlebar when the motorcycle is parked.
Turn the handlebar all the way to the left, then push down and turn the key
counter-clockwise and remove it.
Insert the key, push down and turn clockwise.
* After locking the handlebar, slightly turn the handlebar
to ensure that it is locked. Never attempt to move the motorcycle when the
handlebar is locked.
Saddle lock locates at left side under the saddle. Insert
the ignition switch key and turn clockwise to unlock. To lock the saddle,
please press the saddle down till it is locked. Before riding the scooter,
please make sure the saddle is locked.
8 Starter Button
Equipped with Electric Starter)
the starter button to start the engine, release the starter button immediately
after the engine has started. Do not press the starter button for more than 4
seconds each time. Do not use the starter button when the engine is running as
this may damage the engine.
9 Light Switch
Headlight, gauges light, taillight are turned
OFF in this position.
light and taillight are turned ON in this position. This can also be used as
gauges light, taillight are turned ON in this position.
10 Power On/Off Button
This position indicates that the power is
turned on and
The engine can
now be started.
This position indicates that the
power is cut off and the engine is turned off.
11 Horn Button
the power switch is in the position, press this button to sound the
12 Turn Signal Switch
turn signal switch when turning or changing lanes. When the turn signal switch
is in use, the turn signal indicator lamp will blink.
to this position when making a left turn
to this position when making a right turn
When the power on/off switch is in the OFF position, the
turn signal indicators do not operate.
*the turn signal switch must be turned off manually after
completing the turn or lane change.
13 Headlight Selector Switch
the selector switch is switched to ,
the high beam indicator lamp will light up.
14 Front & Rear Brake Lever
engage the front or rear brake, pull the front or rear brake lever with your
left had, the rear brake lamp will light up at the same time.
15 Main Stand
place the motorcycle on the main stand: lower the stand by stepping on it with
your right foot and hold on to the grip bar with your right hand, then pull up
the motorcycle in a backwards direction and at the same time balance it with
your left hand on the handlebar.
16 Side Stand
place the motorcycle on the side stand: lower the stand with your right foot. For
models equipped with Side Stand Cutoff Switch: the engine will cutoff when the
side stand is lowered.
17 Large Storage Compartment
storage compartment is located under the seat, to open the compartment, insert
the key and press down on the saddle first then pull it up.
18 Statutory Plate
plate is located at the lower left hand side of the frame.
Starting the Engine
Before starting the engine, please ensure that:
Motorcycle is on its main stand
Key is in the ON position 1
Engage the brakes then press the start button to
start the engine.2
models equipped with electric starter)
* 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.
out the kick-start pedal and turn the accelerator handle 1/8-1/4 turn step hard
in the kick-start pedal to start the engine.
After using the kick-starter pedal, return it to
the inward position.
Before starting the engine, return the side stand to the
upright position, turn the throttle gradually to accelerate. This scooter uses
a CVT automatic gearbox, therefore it is not necessary to change gears.
The throttle controls the speed of the motorcycle. The speed
should be increased gradually.
Anti-clockwise-for acceleration deceleration
When braking, return the throttle to its original OFF
position and apply the front and rear brakes together. The front brake lever
and the rear brake lever should be applied first gradually and then bard for
* Using only one brake will cause the motorcycle to slide. Hard
braking and turning at the same time will cause the motorcycle to slide and
Riding in the Rain
Use extra care when riding in bad weather. In wet road
conditions, the speed should be reduced and the brakes should be applied
earlier, the braking distance should also be doubled.
Stopping and Parking
Return the throttle to its original OFF
Apply the front and rear brakes together, switch
off the engine.
Lower the side stand or main stand when parking
Lock the steering to help prevent theft.
* Park the motorcycle on firm, level ground to prevent it
from falling 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
For safety reasons and to avoid breakdown and accidents,
develop the habit of inspection before riding. Complicated problems should be
carried out by a qualified dealer/service station, simple checks can be
performed by the user.
Check for smoothness in both directions
Check for movement restrictions
Check for looseness and free play
Smoothness of the accelerator
Check the brake lever clearance
Inspect the brake pad for wear and leakages
Check if it feels too soft
Check for smoothness
Normal tyre pressure
Normal tyre tracks
Check tyre for wear and tear
Normal battery fluid level
(except sealed battery)
After starting the motorcycle, check the fuel
Enough engine oil
* Check the engine oil level after
turning off the engine for one minute .This will allow the engine oil to flow
back to the bottom of the engine,the motorcycle should be placed on a level
surface.Donot change the engine oil immediatelyafter turning off the engine
because the engine oil will still be very hot.
All the lights are functioning normally
11.Side Stand & Main Stand
If the pre-ride inspection is not performed
properly, may result in severe personal injury or vehicle damage.
of your motorcycle is the best way to protect your investment.You will be
rewarded with safer,more economical and trouble-free riding.Our authorized
dealers and/or appointed service stations are able to provide after sales
maintenance service.After your motorcycle has been used for a period of time, please
bring it to our authorized dealer and/or appointed service station to perform
an inspection every 1,000 km.
Engine Oil Change and Oil Filter ScreenCleaning (4-stroke Engine)
Regular oil changes
will contribute more to engine longevity than any other maintenance operation will perform. Use only
high quality engine oil for 4-stroke engines with an APL rating of SE, SF, or
SC, The factory recommendsSAE15W-40 grade engine oil. Change the engine oil
after the first 300km, then
changethe engine oil and clean the oil fiter screen every 1,000km, following the
1. Place the scooter on its main stand and on a
2. Remove the dipstick
1 from the engine,
this will speed up the flow of oil.
3. Place a drain pan under the engine drain
4. Remove the drainplug
2 and let the oil drain onto the pan.
5. Refill the engine with new engine oil
(approximately 0.8litre). mark.
6. Reinstall the dipstick and start the engine
for a few minutes, then turn off the engine.
7. Remove the dipstick, wipe it clean, put it
back into the engine and pull it out again to check for correct oil level.
* Take caution when changing engine oil from a
hot engine to avoid scalding.
* Running the engine with insufficient oil
pressure may cause serious engine damage.
engine oil may cause skin cancer if repeatedly left in contact with the skin
for prolonged periods. Although this is un likely unless you handle used oil on
a daily basis, it is still advisable to thoroughly wash your hands with soap
and water as soon aspossible after handing used oil.
Engine oil must be
changed more frequently on motorcycle normally used under severe riding
conditions. Severe riding conditions include:
● Riding on rough and/or muddy road.
● Repeated short distance riding.
● Riding in severe cold weather.
Engine Oil Type
SAE30 Above 15℃
SAE20 0℃ to 15℃
SAE10W Below 0℃
Fuel Checking and Refueling 3
● When the fuel gauge
pointer reaches the red zone, remaining fuel in the fuel tank is limited, you
should refuel as soon as possible.
● Open the fuel cap by turning
it in a counter lockwise direction. After replace the fuel cap making sure it
is tightly closed.
* The engine must be
turned off every time during refueling.
* Petrol is extremely flammable
and is explosive under certain conditions. Do not smoke or allow flames or
sparks in the area where petrol is stored or where the fuel tank is being
* Do not overfill the tank. After
refueling, make sure the fuel cap is securely closed. Be careful not to spill
fuel when refueling. Spilled fuel or fuel vapor may ignite. If any fuel is
spilled, make sure the area is dry before starting the engine.
* Avoid repeated or prolonged
contact with skin or breathing of vapor. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
Inspect the brake
pads for wear, if the brake pads has reached its wear limit, please have them
checked and replaced by a recommended dealer and/or appointed service station
Front Brake Fluid Check 4
(For Models Equipped
with Front Disc Brake) Brake fluid in the container must be kept above the
minimum level mark. When the brake fluid level reaches near the minimum level
make, you must inspect the condition of the brake pad.
* Always check the free play of the front and rear brake. Adjust the nut
when necessary, After adjusting the nut, make sure that it is secured tightly
to avoid any changes when the motorcycle is being ridden. Ride slowly at first
to ensure that the brakes are working properly.
pressure is very important to the safety and handling of the motorcycle. Tyre pressure should be
checked before every ride. When the motorcycle is being ridden, the
tyretemperature, and with it the tyre pressure, will change as a function of
speed and load. For this reason, tyre pressure should normally be checked
andadjusted only when the tyres are cold.
Front Tyre Pear Tyre
250 Kpa 250 Kpa
* Improper tyre inflation will
cause abnormal treadwear and create safety hazard. Under inflation may result
in tyre slips or coming off the rim and may result in a loss of vehicle
* Never overload the
motorcycle above the maximum recommended load.
Overloading will damage the tyres and affect
the handling of the motorcycle.
* Remove any
particle imbedded into the tyre tracks.
* Check tyres for wear and tear
and if tracks are worn out or the rubber hardened, replace tyres immediately.
* The use of tyres
other than those listed on the technical data may adversely affect handling.
Carbon deposit and
incorrect gap size of the spark plug can cause the engine to misfire.Use spark
plug cleaning tools or a wire brush to clean the spark plug. After cleaning,
adjust the spark plug gap to 0.6-0.7mm
* The spark plug must be securely
tightened. An improperly tightened plug can become very hot and possible damage
* Never use a spark
plug with an improper heat range, this may result in severe engine damage.
Air Filter Cleaning
A dirty air filter
will cause a reduction in engine power and an increase in fuel consumption. To
clean the air filter element:
● Remove the
screws from the air duct A dirty a
● Remove the
screws securing the air filter cover and remove the cover.
● Replace or
clean the air filter element.
* Inspect the element before
installation. Adamaged air filter element will allow dirt and dust to enter the
engine, causing extensive engine damage. Never operate the engine without the
air filter element installed.
Maintain the correct
amount of battery fluid (except sealed battery).
The battery will
discharge itself when it is unused for an extended period of time. Under this
circumstance, disconnect or remove the battery and leave it in a cool and dry
Do not open the
cover of a sealed battery.
* The battery gives off explosive gases; keep spaeks, flames, and
cigarettes away. Provide adequate ventilation when changing or using the
battery in an enclosed area.
* The battery contains sulfuric acid (electrolyte). Contact with skin or
eyes may cause severe burns. Wear protective clothing and a face shield.
* If electrolyte gets in your skin, flush with water as soon as
* If electrolyte gets into your eyes, flush with water for at least 15
minutes and consult a physician immediately.
* Electrolyte is poisonous. If swallowed, drink large quantities of water
or milk and follow with milk of magnesia or vegetable oil and consult a
* KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
Charging current Standard charge 0.7A
Quick charge 3.0A
Charging time Standard charge 5-10 hours
Quick charge 30 minutes
Spare fuse is
located under the plastic corver of the Footrest. Open the fuse box cover and
remove the broken fuse.
Replace it with a new fuse, check
that the new fuse is properly installed and replace the cover.
Fuse specification: 15A
* Turn the ignition switch OFF before checking or replacing the fuse to
prevent accidental short-circuiting.
* Never use a fuse with different
rating from that specified. It may result in serious damage to the electrical
system, causing fire and loss of lights or engine power.
* If this kind of fuse cannot be found, contact
your authorized dealer and/or service agents.
The tools are located under the
Clean you motorcycle
regularly to protect the surface finishes and inspect damage, wear, and oil,
coolant or brake fluid leakage.
* High-pressure air
or water spraying can damage certain parts of the motorcycle.
Avoid spraying high
pressure water at the following areas:
Ignition switch Muffler outlet
switches Wheel hubs
* Clean the headlights lens
and other plastic parts using a cloth or sponge dampened with a solution of
mild detergent and water. Rub the soiled area gently rinsing it frequently with
* The inside of the headlight
lens may be clouded immediately after washing the motorcycle. Moisture
condensation inside the headlight lens will disappear gradually by lighting the
headlight in high beam. Run the engine while keeping the headlight on.
* Strong detergent residue
can corrode alloy parts
1. After cleaning, rinse the
motorcycle thoroughly with plenty of clean water.
2. Dry the motorcycle, start
the engine, and let it run for several minutes.
3. Test the brakes before
riding the motorcycle.
Always store your
scooter in a cool, dry place and , if necessary, protect it against dust with a
* Storing the
scooter in a poorly ventilated room or covering it with a tarp, while it is
still wet , will allow water and humidity to seep in and cause rust.
* To prevent
corrosion, avoid damp cellars and areas where strong chemicals are stored.
Before storing your
scooter for several months:
1. Follow all the instructions in the Cleaning
2. Drain the carburetor float chamber by loosening
the drain bolt; this will prevent fuel deposits from building up. Pour the
drained fuel into the fuel tank.
3. Fill up the fuel tank and add fuel stabilizer
(if available) to prevent fuel tank from rusting and the fuel from
4. Perform the following steps to protect the
cylinder, piston rings, etc. from corrosion.
a. Remove the spark plug cap and spark plug.
b. Pour a teaspoonful of engines oil into the
spark plug bore.
c. Install the spark plug cap onto the spark
plug, and then place the spark plug on the cylinder head so that the electrodes
are grounded.(This will limit sparking during the next step)
d. Turn the engine over several times with the
starter.(This sill coat the cylinder wall with oil.)
e. Remove the spark plug cap from the spark
plug, and then install the spark plug and the spark plug cap.
To prevent damage or
injury from sparking, make sure to ground the spark plug electrodes while
turning the engine over.
5. Lubricate all control cables and the pivoting
points of all levers and pedals as well as the sidestand and mainstand.
6. Check and, if necessary, correct the tire
pressure, and then life the scooter so that both of its wheels are off the
ground Alternatively, turn the wheels a little every month in order to prevent
the tires. from becoming degraded in one spot.
7. Cover the muffler outlet with a plastic bag to
prevent moisture from entering it.
8. Remove the battery and fully charge it. Store
it in a cool, dry place and charge it once a month, Do not store the battery in
an excessively cold or warm place [less than 0°C(30°F)or more than 30°C(90°F)].
Make any necessary repairs before storing the scooter.
I: Inspect, if necessary, clean, lubricate,
refill, repair or replace.
* Applicabie to 4-stoke engine
◇ Applicabie to scooter type engine only
△ Applicabie to motorcycle type engine
○ Applicabie to motorcycle with manual clutch
The air filter needs mire
frequent service if you are riding in unusually wet or dusty areas.
For odometer reading higher higher
than 12,000km(7500 mi) or end of 20 months, follow the
maintenance chart under the 1,500km(950 mi) or end of 3 months interval.
Main Functioned Specification Table
Type 4-stroke, single cylinder, Size:
Forced air cool, 2 valve Front 110/70-12-47J
Bore & stroke 39.0mm Rear 110/70-12-47J
Displacement 49ml Pressure(cold): 1 person
Compression ratio 10.5:1 Front 2.5kg/cm 250Kpa
Ignition system CDI
Rear 2.5kg/cm 250Kpa
Maximum power 2.0kW/7500 min Brake
Maximum torque 2.6N.m/6000 min Front Disc
Power Transmission Rear Drum
Oil damped telescopic fork Length: 1840mm
Oil damped coil spring Width 680mm
Maximum Weight Capacity: 150 kg
Charging Current Standard
Quick charge 3.0A
Charging time Standard
charge 5-10 hours
Converter (For models equipped with EEC Type Approval)
This motorcycle is equipped with a catalytic converter. The
catalytic converter contains precious metals that serve as catalysts, promoting
chemical reactions to convert the exhaust gasses without affecting the metals.
The catalytic converter acts on HC, CO, and
The catalytic converter must operate at a high temperature
for the chemical reactions to take place. It can set on fire any combustible
materials that come near it. Park your motorcycle away from high grass, dry
leaves, or other flammables.
A defective catalytic converter contributes to air pollution,
and can impair your engines performance. Follow these guidelines to protect
your motorcycles catalytic converter.
● Always use unleaded petrol. Even a
small amount of leaded petrol can contaminate the catalyst metals, making the
catalytic converter ineffective.
● Keep the engine tuned-up.
● Have your motorcycle diagnosed and
replaces if it is misfiring, backfiring, stalling or otherwise not running