What is a periodic inspection?

- Periodic inspection (PDC) is a review of the technical specifications, quality of parts and the operation of parts. After using for a while to make the motorcycle durable and safe to drive.

​​​​​​​- The benefits of regular inspections are that the motorcycle runs safely, saves time and money, and has no driving problems.
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Inspection

All motorcycles sold to customers are instructed to be inspected periodically, which allows us to detect any signs of defects. Can be repaired before it becomes defective or causes serious damage that can not be repaired and affect driving safety.

​​​​​​​The inspection is done according to the main points such as ​​​​​​​
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- Engine oil (change)
- Rantial speed (control and adjustment) Sub-gap (check and adjust)
- Umbria system (control and adjustment) Gear operation (control and adjustment) Air handle (control and adjustment)
- Air hive (inspection, cleaning, change if necessary)
​​​​​​​- Bushing (inspection, cleaning, change if necessary)

​​​​​​​- Headlights (control)
- Brake light (control and adjustment)

- Tires and tires (check and adjust air pressure)
- Steering operation (control and adjustment) Pumping process (inspection)
- Side shifting process (inspection and lubrication) Chain (control, adjustment and lubrication)

- Brake operation (control and adjustment)
​​​​​​​- Brake pads (checked and changed if necessary)

Maintenance schedule

Periodic inspection (PDC) is a review of the technical specifications, quality of parts and the operation of parts. After using for a while to make the motorcycle durable and safe to drive.​​​​​​​