How do you wash your Levo / Kenevo?

Jul 8, 2019
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#1
How do you wash your Levo / Kenevo?
It gets pretty muddy round our way, and sticky mud too. Gentle hose-down ok? Bike upside down also ok?... that motor cover looks pretty exposed upside down (2019 Levo).
Thanks.
 
Apr 16, 2019
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#2
Had my levo 2 years and I've always washed mine with a 12v portable washer. Never had a problem. Just go careful around motor. She'll be reet 🤘
 

davarello

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Oct 29, 2018
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#3
After a muddy ride I carefully hose off most of it without aiming directly for the motor area. Then I let it dry and drain upright for a couple of hours. This usually leaves a dirty film, so I give it a spray of Dirt Juice, a wipe down with an old t shirt or towel and then a spray of Frame Juice. Quick lube of the chain and its all done.
 

Christian

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Jan 1, 2019
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#4
Portable washer, car wash or garden hose. Obviously not directly into motor and let dry completely for a few hours or overnight before charging or any electrical activity. Never had an issue in the last year!
 

Hitby

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Jun 22, 2019
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None - yet
#5
I've got a Work HydroShot battery powered jet wash - it only goes up to 22bar, will that be safe enough to use on an emtb?
 

Mikerb

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May 16, 2019
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#6
I use a bike stand. Spray all over with MucOff ...agitate with a bike brush paying particular attention to pivot points seat post seal suspension seals etc....using a toothbrush... then rinse with sponge and fresh warm water. Wipe dry then wipe over with Gt40. Degrease chain derailleur sprockets and chain wheel.Then lube. Battery in and connector connected.
 

Mikerb

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May 16, 2019
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#7
I've got a Work HydroShot battery powered jet wash - it only goes up to 22bar, will that be safe enough to use on an emtb?
I would avoid any jet wash...not just because of the electrics but also all the bearing seals.
 

paquo

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Jul 31, 2018
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#8
no water period, let dry, brush off dirt with vacuum attachment, wipe clean with matte cleaner
drivetrain- i use a spray degreaser with brush mechanism followed by wax. Spray degreaser in deralieur pivots followed by dry lube and occasional grease
 

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