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    Hallo, does anyone know what measures luna has carried out on his " silent version" for a surcharge of $ 200 ?
    Last edited by KaroKönig; 02-13-2020, 10:00 PM.

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    • tomdav
      tomdav commented
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      $100 for the custom gear (seems reasonable)
      $100 labor to replace gear (seems reasonable, if they have to pull the motor off the bike, remove spider, open, change gear, inspect, put back on bike, etc.)

      Obviously would be nice if Bafang would just use the quiet gear to begin with but probably not gonna happen.

      Now all we need is better tuning of torque sensing, shorter cranks, and the ability to program (at least) settings like speed limit for pas and throttle to make it legal on demand. If we're dreaming how about a phone app?

    O.k thank´s for information

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      You can watch the video here on the new PEEK M600 gear.
      It is quite a bit more quiet than the new metal gear
      I have about 700 miles on my X1 and it is not that noisy as it was new

      Luna video


      Older M600 partial teardown video


      looking at the video above, it looks like the gear is part of a metal assembly
      I am thinking it is pressed into that assembly?

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        I have several videos of my X1 rides and info here.
        https://www.youtube.com/playlist?lis...Iv1EMDKRdUQ7Bz

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          Originally posted by tomdav View Post
          I'm trying to open up the motor and grease it. How do you remove the spyder?
          Does it require a special tool?
          There is approx 4mm gap between the ring and the outer edge
          Some BB socket tools may be too thick
          Here's a couple photo's showing a comparison of two tools and the gap on the X1 BB

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          • paxtana
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            Plenty of tools exist for that lockring type, the problem is the depth. The spindle prevents it from fully making contact

          Originally posted by paxtana
          Plenty of tools exist for that lockring type, the problem is the depth. The spindle prevents it from fully making contact
          Yes, you need maybe about 27mm depth inside the tool
          And it looks like the ring is 44mm in diameter

          I ordered a tool and will know on Monday if it has enough depth

          The outer spindle face to ring face is 25mm + maybe about 2-3mm more to sink down into the groove
          Here's a pic of my X1 spindle

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          Last edited by EL34; 02-15-2020, 01:06 PM.

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          • paxtana
            paxtana commented
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            Probably easier just to get the actual socket from EMP until we restock them

          Originally posted by paxtana
          Probably easier just to get the actual socket from EMP until we restock them
          Thanks, but who is EMP?

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          • paxtana
            paxtana commented
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            Looks like they sold out very recently so it is a moot point, but I was referring to the socket I linked from the first post on this thread, there is a section on how to remove it which links to the product. We also have a bunch of these same ones on the way from Bafang, not sure the lead time though

          Originally posted by Monkey Bike View Post
          Anyone have a fix for the battery flopping around in the frame? When I push on the top of the battery pack it moves up into the frame a few mm
          Make sure your lock is not the problem
          I saw this same issue posted on FB

          The lock bolt is sloppy on some locks or the lock has come loose

          Both of these issues would let the battery droop down
          The lock is secured by two phillips head screws

          Here's some pics of what the top lock plate looks like inside the battery channel on the X1

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            Originally posted by Paxtana

            Looks like they sold out very recently so it is a moot point, but I was referring to the socket I linked from the first post on this thread, there is a section on how to remove it which links to the product.
            We also have a bunch of these same ones on the way from Bafang, not sure the lead time though
            I went back to page 1 top post
            Not seeing a tool link?

            My new gear is on the way, so I am looking for a tool now
            I saw one on Ebay, but it ships from China




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            Originally posted by paxtana
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            I saw this tool mentioned here on electric bike for the Bafang rings - YC-29BB-2A
            It's 16 notch and 44mm diameter and really deep
            I found one and ordered it

            Bike hand also makes a socket only version and they are cheap on Ali Express.
            Here's the link for the socket only versions - YC-29BB
            https://www.aliexpress.com/wholesale...f=h55ut9t697yy

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            • paxtana
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              Would love to hear your results when you get it

            Originally posted by paxtana
            Would love to hear your results when you get it
            Will do.
            Tracking says the one I got from BikeSmiths is scheduled to be delivered here Saturday

            I also ordered the socket only version on Ali Express
            Not sure if it will ship any time soon because of the corona virus situation

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              Mine arrives Saturday also. Here are 3 more available.

              https://www.ebay.com/itm/Bike-Hand-Y...oAAOSwhUpcrWD-

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                Does anyone else have an issue with the fork/stem/headset creaking even though stem is torqued down tight and the star nut is straight? I can't seem to get mine to be noise free when I'm riding it hard. I'm thinking the headset might need to be upgraded?

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                • GGnAZ
                  GGnAZ commented
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                  I had and still kind of have this issue. Check your star nut in the fork seer tube. Mine still creeks a bit after getting it hammered in there straight

                • DB60
                  DB60 commented
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                  Yeah I just straightened it out a lot better than it was from factory and I tightened the stem down pretty tight and it still creaks a little. Bugs me, should be solid. I may try a new headset. Hopefully the steer tube faces are parallel with each other. I had that steer tube problem with an old Santa Cruz Tazmon that I had and had to re-surface them.

                Originally posted by DB60 View Post
                Does anyone else have an issue with the fork/stem/headset creaking even though stem is torqued down tight and the star nut is straight? I can't seem to get mine to be noise free when I'm riding it hard. I'm thinking the headset might need to be upgraded?
                No creaking issues on my X1 and it takes a big beating
                The only noise I have is the cables bouncing around inside the hollow down tube area

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                  Not sure what the USB port on the display does. I tried to hook up my iPhone today to see if provided power to it. It doesn’t provide power, so what is it’s purpose?

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