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    Talaria Troubleshooting

    Talaria MX4-R troubleshooting section

    If you have an error code on the display, please check this error code chart below:

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    If you're having issues assembling your bike, please take a look at the unboxing video down below

    Last edited by Sebz; 1 week ago.

    Rear wheel locking up?

    please watch this video


      How to remove , replace and calibrate a controller?


        Front fork is sticking or makes squeaky noises?

        Please watch this next video and try to lubricate the dust wipers and seals.


          Torque setting chart:

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            Brake problems

            Brake rotor is rubbing?

            Is the lever spongy? braking is weak?

            If yes please click this link , it's a 3 step process and can fix most brake problems

            If after all that you are still having issues best would be to bleed the system.
            Last edited by Sebz; 04-25-2023, 02:24 PM.


              Battery rattling? You likely didn't watch our unboxing/setup video and never installed the battery foam blocks.

              Skip to the 14 minute mark and you will see how to install them


                Error 37:

                This is the throttle connector not fully plugged in.

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                Please watch this video at the 13 minute mark

                Last edited by Sebz; 1 week ago.


                  Display stuck on WAIT and motor does not turn?

                  It's very likely a throttle or sensor that is the cause for this. so you will have to unplug them one by one to find which one is having issues.
                  • Reset the throttle back at rest position, if not at rest the bike will not start
                  • unplug brake sensor, you have 2 of them follow the brake lever wire, it's a round connector
                  • Unplug the kickstand sensor, you can trace the connector from the kickstand, it's located under the bash guard. if not sure how to remove please watch the controller replacement video:
                  How to remove the bash guard: