Hyosung Comet 650S 650R service manual Models 2005 to 2006 original motorcycle manufacturer's PDF repair manual download

Hyosung Comet 650S 650R 2004 to 2008 Service Manual

Complete PDF version of the Service Manual for the Hyosung Comet 650S 650R. A MUST for every Comet owner.

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OEM Original factory workshop manual.

Models covered by this manual: 2004 to 2008

Number of pages: 49 pages

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Hyosung Comet 650 S R Service Manual 2005

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Hyosung Comet 650S/650R

The Hyosung Comet Series includes 125, 250, and 650 cc V-Twin engined leisure bikes. Hyosung Motors & Machinery Inc. in South Korea manufactures these. All versions in the Comet series are identified by model numbers of the type GTxxxs, with xxx reflecting the estimated engine displacement in cubic centimetres and R or S being optional suffixes designating the motorcycle style (full fairing and half fairing respectively, being the default a naked bike).

The Hyosung GT650R is powered by a 647cc, four-stroke, liquid-cooled, 90-degree V-Twin engine mated to a six-speed manual transmission, producing 79 horsepower and 67 Nm of torque.

This is the most powerful machine designed by Korean engineers to date, and it comes standard with an analogue tachometer, a digital speedometer, an inverted front fork, an adjustable monoshock in the rear, dual, large-diameter front brake discs, an aerodynamic full-fairing, and a dual saddle with pillion grab rails.

It is also available with a power reduction of 34 horsepower under the GT650RL moniker.

Source: Wikipedia