For your convenience and speedy travels, you want to power your bike. You will require an electric bike conversion kit for this process. It is basically an accessory which aims at conferring added power to your bike by reducing human effort need while enhancing the pedal power.Our Today's discussion is esactly how to Install Electric Bike Conversion Kit & make your bike mechanized.
We shall take you through the dual processes of dismantling the rear wheel and installing this electric conversion kit here below.
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Bikes come in different shapes and sizes. These differences do impact how they may be subsequently handled and engaged. It is hence necessary to skim your bike for any issues which might adversely impact your bike. While at it, refer extensively to your manufacturer’s manual for any unique steps for your cause.
Proceed now to remove the rear wheel. Loosen the brake cable and the quick release lever of the wheel. Use a pair of pliers or spanner to do this job. Turn the wheels gently in an anticlockwise direction. Hold the rear derailleur while lifting the wheel to get rid of it.
Use a freewheel remover tool to remove the existing freewheel. If you do obtain the necessary outcomes, use the 1-inch socket to supplement the freewheel remover. Be gentle and steady to prevent any damages on the freewheel.
Go ahead now to get rid of the existing tire and tube. Deflate the tire for better outcomes. Thereafter, use some tire levers to pop your tire off.
PS: We recommend that you capture real videos of the dismantling exercises. This is to aid in the re-assembly thereafter. Also, dismantle the bike slowly and steadily. This will let you keep accurate track of the various items and tools used in the exercise. Rushing through may result in misplacing the items.
Start off by selecting a suitable battery pack. The right battery has to be relevant to that which is stipulated by your motor manufacturer. Refer to your user manual for inspiration and appropriate guidance. Also, take care of the watt rating and the longevity of use.
Transfer the tire and tube to the new wheel. Install the old freewheel onto the new hub. Use the accompanying washer as a spacer. This is to ward off the possibilities of the freewheel binding. Widen the hole through the freewheel remover using a 9/16-inch drill bit.
Put the wheel back onto the bike. Add some two of the accompanying washers to your axle on the freewheel side. They are to stop the freewheel from binding on the dropout. Attach a universal torque arm for added safety. Add and tighten both sides of the axle nut using a 7/8-inch socket wrench.
Run all the wires along the frame of the bike. Secure them with zip-ties as soon as you are done. Loop the wires around the seat tube. Connect them directly to the battery mount. Ensure that there are no knots or entanglements throughout the length of the wire.
After you are through with the wiring, slot in the controls and displays. Remove the handlebar grips by use of an air compressor. Loose and remove the existing brakes and shifters. Mount the display center of the handlebars. Install the e-brake and throttle on the left handlebar. Install the cruise controls and 7-speed shifter on the right handlebar.
Reconnect all the bike cables. Use the video you took earlier as your guide here. Yet again, be slow and sure in this. Rushing may lead to some serious problems. Follow this by a quick test ride.
Lastly, program the magic pie motor. The USB programming cable would be the most suited for the job. While at it, set and adjust the maximum speed, regenerative braking, and acceleration. Given that bikes vary in their sophistication, you want to be sure that you follow the prompts and specifications of your bike. Refer extensively to your manufacturer’s manual.
Having done out part in showcasing to you how to dismantle and install electric bike conversion kit rear derailleur, we now leave it up to you to go ahead and implement the procedures. The procedures above are not too complicated. However, they require a fair degree of expertise and experience.