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    #2
    Before riding
    1. Charge your battery while you setup your bike, if it's already charged go to step #2, if not charged let it charge off the bike and once done go back to step 2.
    2. Rotors have oil on them, to prevent rust during sea shipping. You have clean both rotors with brake cleaners or isopropyl alcohol. Failure to do this will just result in squeaky brake for the first couple rides.
    3. Check Spoke tension and recheck them after a few rides, they can come loose and you can rip nipples out of the rim or worst. If unsure how to properly tighten spokes and true a wheel, please take the wheel to a trusted ebike or wheel shop or even a local bicycle shop can do it. There are many Youtube videos on checking spoke tension on a Talaria. Go over all the bolts before your first ride, especially the axle bolts, headset , stem, top cap, brake levers and throttle and the fork bolts on the crowns to hold the fork legs in place. please refer to the torque setting chart down bellow. Click here to see how to adjust the headset & stem.
    4. Use that cardboard box as a stool and put the bike on it if you don't have a proper stool. Check if both brakes work fine and if the pads dont rub too much on the disks. If the brakes are spongy or if you have too much drag you will have to so a brake adjustment or bleeding.
    5. Check the tire pressure, too low and you can pinch the tube or rip the valve off due to slippage. Too much pressure and it wont ride good off road. Anywhere between 30psi on the stock-road tires is good. 18-30 for the offroad
    6. Chain tension, it seems like they ship the bikes with high chain tension but you might find that loosening it up will get you less noise and less drag, This is unlike any ebike were the chain tension gets higher when the suspension compresses so it's easier to figure out the right tension from the start. You should be able to move it up and down half an inch up to an inch (0.5"-1"), if it's too tight you will put too much tension on the drive train and also it will not ride as smooth. Too loose and the sprockets will wear off faster, way too loose and you can lock up your wheel while riding (not fun at 28mph ).Please click this link to know how to setup the chain tension properly.
    7. Move over to the rear and check if the rear axle is solid & suspension components are secured. If the rear spring is loose then you must tighten the lock nut that compresses the coil.
    8. Check the front fork, lock the front brake and put your weight over the handle bar to compress it, make sure you can at least go half way in. You can adjust the rebound (blue knob under the right fork leg).



    And please wear a proper helmet and protection gear!
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      #3
      TALARIA xXx Setup and Manual

      XXX Owner's manual (click on the picture)
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      XXX with Pedals Owner's manual (click on the picture)
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      Unboxing & Setup

      3 WARNINGS:

      1) Do not remove the bolt at the bottom of the fork leg, this is for maintenance only, not to add air in the fork. If you strip the bolt, break the threads, damage the air chamber you will have to pay for a new fork leg unfortunately. Same with the rear shock, it's not user adjustable.

      2) Rotors have oil on them, to prevent rust during sea shipping. You have clean both rotors with brake cleaners or isopropyl alcohol. Failure to do this will just result in squeaky brake for the first couple rides.

      3) The electronic throttle is not plugged so please be careful not to pull the wiring and to line up the pins the correct way when plugging it. Lunacycle will not replace your throttle if you rip the wires out of the handle or crush the cable.


      UNBOXING VIDEO:

      It is super important to watch the whole video, you need to install the foam blocks on the battery and on the lid.

      XXX with pegs


      XXX with pedal kit


      FYI both legs will move independently because there is no cross brace or arch between both legs like a traditional mountain bike fork, so it's normal to have a leg sitting lower than the other when you have the wheel off the fork!

      FRONT WHEEL INSTALLATION WARNING

      Make sure the front wheel is in the air not sitting on the ground, make sure to tighten the main side axle bolts first to 2nm (not more), spin the wheel move it side to side and then tighten the pinch bolts. I heard of people saying to tighten the pinch bolt first.... but that is bad advice, the axle is cut exactly to the proper length to make sure the hub in the middle is snug against both fork legs. so when you tighten the the end caps it just takes away any gap put just the right pressure on the hub and you end up with perfectly parallel fork tubes. The pinch bolts role is to make sure that the axle does not move.. The pinch bolt do the hard work so it's crucial to have them tight to factory specs and with the perfect distance from each other. If you don't believe us look at any high end inverted fork manual and tell us they say to do it other wise (look for a Manitou Dorado manual)

      How to install the front wheel on a inverted fork?




      TIP: Add blue Loctite to them from the start and check tension before each couple rides, If you loose or break them you will likely have to source them on the web as we do not always have replacements for these in stock, can take several weeks to get them from the factory. Best to use some blue loctite on them , it's the safest way

      Display walkthrough



      If you changed the gear ration, the stock setting is : 1-6.8



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        #4
        Battery FAQ

        Charging and Battery Pack Information

        The battery pack should not be used outside of the range of -20°C to 50°C (-4F to 120); the Battery Management System (BMS) turns off the power controller outside of this range. And the battery pack will have the best working efficiency at the range of 10°C to 30°C (50F to 85F). The performance and lifetime of the battery pack will reduced if the battery pack is used outside of the normal operating range 50F to 100F. The battery pack should not be charged below 5°C (40F).

        Caution
        • The battery pack should not be charged below 5°C , users should wait the temperature to be equal or above 5°C, and then, can charge the battery pack. Otherwise, the battery pack may be damaged.
        • When the temperature is low, it’s normal that the performance of the battery pack will have a reduction, and lead to a relatively shorter range. After the temperature got to be normal, the performance of the battery pack and the range will be recovered automatically.
        • The battery pack has self-protection function, it will work to protect the battery pack from any damages by over charge and discharge. Frequently over discharge will cause the performance of the battery pack to have a reduction. When the battery power is low, please charge the battery pack as soon as possible.
        • The battery pack has no memory function, it could be charged frequently. And to charge the battery pack frequently can keep it being in a good condition.
        • If the battery pack will not use for a long time, remove the battery from the bike and charge the battery pack once for every 3-month to about 60% power, And store the battery pack in a dry and ventilated place. Otherwise, if the battery pack is not charged for a long time. The low voltage self-protection function will be activated automatically, then, you need to re-activate the battery pack to use again.
        • Never charge the battery when hot, always let it sit at room temp for 30 mins or more. If the battery is pretty warm , wait until the case is room temp.
        • After the battery pack is fully charged, the voltage should be in the range of 66.0V to 67.2V. If the voltage is out of the range of 66.0V to 67.2V, then, the battery pack is not fully charged or may got problem. Please contact the local dealer for solution.

          Caution

          If the motor and controller are overheating, or the battery pack got low power, the self-protection function will act to reduce the output power or even shut down the ebike. It’s not a failure or error. After the overheating cool down, or the battery pack is charged, the bike will recover as usual.
        ​Range questions:​


        Battery removal

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          #5
          Specifications
          • LENGTH: 1840mm
          • WIDTH: 770mm
          • HEIGHT: 1070mm
          • SEAT HEIGHT 810mm
          • MINIMUM GROUND DISTANCE: 300mm
          • WHEELBASE: 1235mm
          • WEIGHT: 125LBS
          • Front hub size 20mmx110mm (non-boost Downhill MTB type hubs)
          • MAXIMUM LOAD WEIGHT: 250LBS with gear and accessories* *This weight limit is limit for normally street riding, it does not mean the suspension will be adequate at this weight doing offroad, some upgrades can be necessary (Fork , shock, brakes and bigger rear chainring)
          • Battery specs: 60V 40AH NOMINAL, 38.5Ah usable.
          • Battery charger: 120VAC input, 67.2V max output (60V nominal) , 10amp max charge rate.
          • Gear ratio : 1-6.9 (stock setting for super moto wheels)
          • 420 GOLD CHAIN WITH 1/2" PITCH "O" RING 102 links
          • TIRE SPECIFICATIONS (FRONT): 70/90-17
          • TIRE SPECIFICATIONS (REAR): 90/80-17
          • RIM TYPE (FRONT): 17" 1.6" wide
          • RIM TYPE (REAR): 17" 2.15" wide
          • TUBE front 70/90-17 TR4 valve normal duty tube (AKA 2.75"X17), some tube models will be fine to be used on both front and rear.
          • TUBE Rear 90/80-17 TR4 valve normal duty tube (AKA 3.0"X17)
          • SPOKES 12 gauge
          • BRAKE TYPE (FRONT): four-piston mineral oil disc brake with oversized 223mm disk (6 bolt standard apttern)
          • BRAKE TYPE (REAR):four-piston mineral oil disc brake.
          • BRAKE PADS: Shimano BR Models: Saint M810, Saint M820 ZEE M640
          • Stock Gearing: Secondary gearing is 1-6.9 for the stock super moto wheels
          Other useful information and cross compatibility with other models:

          The Display is the same as the MX4R display but not the MX3 display
          The throttle is the same as the Mx4R throttle but not the same as the Mx3 throttle
          The charger is the same as the Mx4R and the Mx3
          The fork is not the same as the Mx4r (lower end model) but it's cross compatible
          The main harness and controller are different from any other Talaria
          The sprockets are the same as all the other Talarias and also Sur-Ron Light bee
          The front and rear axles are the same as the Mx4R
          The primary belt is the same as a Sur-Ron Light bee (HTD 5608M -15mm wide
          The pegs are the same as a Mx4R but not the peg plates.
          Same rear shock size as a Mx4R but it uses a 38mmID progressive rate coil because of the lack of a multilink swing arm design
          The wheels from the Mx4R wont fit the XXX. the rear will rub. that is why the XXX does have it's own dirt wheel set with a 17" rear and 19 front.
          For both XXX and MX4, if you need to replace the hydraulic hose lines, check the caliper on the bike. If it has red accents you need Shimano BH59. If it is all black you need Tektro insert and olive.


          Last edited by Sebz; 1 week ago.

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            #6
            Torque setting chart
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            Last edited by Sebz; 08-24-2023, 09:49 AM.

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              #7
              Error codes​

              Error codes are displayed on the dashboard, please refer to the charts below or click the link to the troubleshooting guide
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              Last edited by Sebz; 08-24-2023, 09:49 AM.

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                #8
                Warranty


                12 Month Warranty on Battery*, motor and controller and charger against factory defects. Limit of 10000 miles.

                12 Month Warranty on the main frame, hubs, gearbox, caliper and brake lever cylinder and frame components. Limit of 5000 miles.

                12 Months warranty on shock and fork, make sure the weight limit (280lbs) is not exceeded and that it’s not race or abused.

                Exclusions

                Warranty does not cover tires, tubes, brake pads, brake lines, chains, sprockets, bearing or any wear and tear part. Warranty does not include shipping back and forth past 90 days. For the first 30 days shipping is free both ways; from 30 to 90 days the customer must ship back on their own. The warranty does not apply in the event of abuse, neglect, improper storage, not following the recommendations on our manual, racing or using the product in any way other than intended. Warranty does not cover fork damage resulting from trying to open the lower bolts to access the damper air bladder.

                Some modifications electrical or mechanical may void complete warranty coverage. Including but not limited to, adding an aftermarket controller, aftermarket motor, aftermarket battery. Other mods would not, such as adding one Luna FFH 12v light, replacing just a tire with a different one, or de-restricting the bike.

                Warranty does not apply to any bike taken outside of our normal service area which would be contiguous United States and Canada

                Warranty is not transferrable to second hand owners

                (Note: If there is a case beyond these timeframes, warranty may not apply. These will be handled on a case by case basis. It is not an automatic no; just means it is not an automatic yes either.)
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                Last edited by Sebz; 4 weeks ago.

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                  #9
                  MAINTENANCE

                  Maintenance is crucial so please refer to the owners manual maintenance section.

                  Maintenance intervals will vary on your use but before each ride it's important to check:
                  • Walk around the bike and inspect the bike visually
                  • look for a leak (wither brake or suspension)
                  • Look for any unplugged wiring or damaged wiring or hose
                  • Make the front brake hose cannot interfere with the tire
                  • Check tires pressure,
                  • Inspect the spokes on the wheels
                  • Check if the brakes work
                  • Check if the fork and shock move freely and any signs of something loose in the pivots or handlebars/fork.
                  • Check the chain tension
                  • Check the front and rear axle to be sure that all the bolts are tight
                  Last edited by Sebz; 4 weeks ago.

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                    #10
                    NFC Card/tag programming and use

                    Admin NFC Card: The NFC Card, which is used to power on the bike, it will automatically be identified as the only admin NFC card. And it must be properly kept. The admin NFC card will be used as verification to unlock, add, or delete the any duplicate NFC cards, and its permission is higher than any of the duplicate NFC cards.

                    Add Duplicate NFC Card: Press the power button, put the admin NFC card/tag to power on the XXX (Please keep the kickstand down). Keep the admin NFC card contacting the NFC sensor for around 5 seconds, after you hear the buzzer 5 times, take away the admin NFC card, and apply the duplicate NFC card to the NFC sensor. You will hear the buzzer alert tone if the duplicate NFC card is successfully identified. If you didn’t put the duplicate NFC card on the NFC sensor for more than 10 seconds, the duplicate NFC card identify procedure will automatically quit. Then, you need to repeat the whole procedure again.

                    NFC Card Duplicate to Smartphone*: Use the admin NFC card to contact the NFC sensor on your smartphone. Once your smartphone’s NFC sensor identified the admin NFC card, just follow your smartphone’s operation prompt to finish the duplicating is ok.
                    NFC Card Duplicate to Smart watch*: Applicate the admin NFC card to contact the NFC sensor on your smart band. Once your smart band’s NFC sensor identified the admin NFC card, just follow your smart band’s operation prompt to finish the duplicating is ok.

                    ​*Not guaranteed to work on your phone, we we're not successful on either Android or IOS

                    IF you lost both key tags then you have to email us, we will figure out a way together to get you going.
                    Last edited by Sebz; 11-24-2023, 09:40 AM.

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                      #11
                      Removing the pedal kit

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                        #12
                        How to change the belt or adjust the tension

                        To adjust the tension watch the next video and skip the middle part (from 4:40 till 10:30)

                        To replace the belt watch the full video


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                          #13
                          How to activate the brake light with the brake sensor*

                          if you have a late 2023 model XXX please use this video



                          For the early 2023 version of the XXX, please use this video :



                          *Support note, this is not listed as a feature of the XXX, so we cannot guarantee that it will work

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