EBIKE TIPS. Installing Your E-Bike's Hub Motor

EBIKE TIPS. Installing Your E-Bike's Hub Motor

EBIKE TIPS. Installing Your E Bike’s Hub Motor

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Readers Comments (4)

  1. 2020 ELECTION SNAPSHOTS January 12, 2021 @ 11:04 pm

    I suggest using Torque arms or plates that fit over the rear axel attached to the frame.

  2. Sorry that I’m asking a random question unrelated to the video but I’m desperate to learn how to fix my motor and I’m finding very little knowledge on the subject. All my local bike shops aren’t very knowledgeable and lacking in confidence in their skills. You clearly are very knowledgeable thus my reaching out to you. I have a 2020 Lectric XP ebike with what I believe to be a very standard 500w rear hub motor. I was told by Lectric that it was a bad “speed sensor”. It’s under warranty so they’re sending me a new motor. I am a 68 year old DIY guy and love tinkering, cars, motorcycles, vacuum cleaners, etc. if it’s broken I can usually fix it. So I’ve set up to replace my speed sensor. I’ve taken the motor apart and found none of the wiring loose, burnt or out of place. I located the three hall sensors and since I didn’t know to test them I purchased and replaced all three. But it still didn’t fix it. I suspect my soldering job on the circuit board might be less than perfect but I don’t know how to test the hall sensors so I’m feeling frustrated. As I say no one locally wants to touch it. Basically it’s more cost effective to just buy a new one with $80 an hour service charges. One problem Lectric doesn’t sell the motors. To buy an aftermarket motor then I’m additionally replacing the controller, display and other wiring which I’m open to but I have to believe I can my motor fixed. Unless I’m way out of line these motors are not complicated. Replacing a sensor seems very doable. If possible please advise. Thanks

  3. Do you keep the black plastic spacer on before fitting disc ?..

  4. داهێنان لە کوردستان Idea from Kurdistan January 12, 2021 @ 11:28 pm

    This hybrid?

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