The other thing to keep in mind is we all believe that Trek's year runs from Jan to Dec but nobody actually knows. Mine is S for 2022 but the date is 311th day of the year so it must be the 311th day of 2021 (it can't be the 311th day of 2022 as thats the 7th Nov)
Hi, I found this online. S at the end is 2022. R is 2021.
UPDATE: I called again and got a much shorter estimated wait time so I stuck it out. The rep said that the first three digits after the "WTU" represent the production day (so "045" would be the 45th day of the year), the two letters in...
Owner of 22 9.8XT, FWIW I have had no issues with motor shutoff or battery noise. My rail has the steel bar between the battery mounting ends. I did add a foam damper pad even though I didn't have bad battery noise. Currently 198km on the bike.
Thanks for that. I weigh the same as you. It’s interesting comparing to my Rail. Todsy on my 9.8XT I did the same 864m elevation, covered 41.35Km though and used 68% battery.
will be interested if the range on the EX-E improves as I’d love to try one but the 360wh gives me anxiety.
very happy with my sicomtb rear guard from the UK. Was quite expensive to get it down here in NZ but keeps the linkage clean which is my main aim. I don't often ride in really wet conditions, but its kept the spring mud off so far.
Went for a ride this morning. A lot more downhill trails with some decent chunk. Super happy again although the standard grips are on their way to the bin. Im doing okay on the Aravada saddle surprisingly.
Felt great after this ride and home with 28% battery (from 100%) The whole ride in 60%...
@Ohozohoz I know what your saying and understand the issue but Trek does have on their website small print that does say changes maybe made to spec due to shortages. I hope the LBS can sort you out
My rail came with different tyres to spec but it was only a $40 odd difference. I would be...