Above on the page there are several PDF Manuals, Electric Wiring Diagrams for KYMCO Scooters, Motorcycles.
The history of the Taiwanese corporation Kwang Yang Motor Co began in May 1965, when the first plant was built, where Honda mopeds were assembled under license.
The lineup was constantly expanding, primarily due to the same licensed, and sometimes simply copied designs, including even small motorcycles.
Already in the late seventies, the Kwang Yang Motor Company founded its own design bureau, engaged in development, but the first independent designs saw the light only in the early nineties.
When Kwang Yang Motor Co began active expansion into other markets, and, importantly, the promotion of a new KYMCO brand..
The latter, in fact, was an abbreviation of the full name of the company, and took root well for export.
Today KYMCO is one of the largest Taiwanese motorcycle manufacturers, producing the widest range of models, including light motorcycles, ATVs and scooters with engines of different sizes.
It is also noteworthy that the Kawasaki maxi, which appeared in 2014, is nothing more than a 300 cc KYMCO maxi that has survived a facelift.
The Taiwanese also cooperate with other manufacturers, developing scooters for the Korean Daelim and manufacturing some units for the Italian Malaguti.