5000 miles on my SL and still find it a joy to ride. often Get back with 50% battery remaining after 30 miles and 3000ft climbing. suites my riding perfectly and that’s what it’s all about. Also come across quite a few out on the trails.
my thoughts exactly regarding the torque sensor But specialized seem to just put new motors in regardless if it’s still under warrant.
if they say I’ve got to pay then I’ll obviously be asking questions.
I’ll keep you posted.
2800 miles and still smiling with the Levo SL ..... must add I’m only 10 stone (63kg) never shift when under full load and only use turbo for about 3 mins per ride. best thing Ive ever bought and
Love every minute riding it.
@Mikerb Tried to get at my front wheel bearings yesterday on my SL and was stumped by the spacers. Just found this post so will try your screwdriver trick. Bit unnecessary complicated affair isn it. Hope ones are doddle to get out in comparison.
Mines carbon and if I can’t get at the bearing with the guide in the way I’m on the verge of binning them. Struggled yesterday so gave up still I’ve had a think how to get round it. My bearing extractor just won’t get at the bearing because the guide is blocking access. Bit of a pain.
I’ve got my SL semi stripped down to replace the pivot bearings but I can’t separate the rear triangle from the frame due to the internal cable guides. Any ideas how to get them apart and more importantly how do I get the internal cable guide back in the right place once I’ve separated ?
If the majority of your ride was in eco as you say and with the amount of ascent on your second ride I’d be pretty disappointed if I couldn’t ride further on a full charge. Seems more than likely (in my opinion) your battery isn’t in great condition:unsure:.
Crikey that’s a pretty poor range. Either the battery wasn’t fully charged and the range estimate Was fooled by something or your battery is knackered... unless you weigh 30 stone and rode into a strong headwind :unsure: