Hey, thanks for the reply, I see you enjoy the same bike a lot.
The 4 chainring bolts are Allen-key 5mm. That's all you need. Maybe a small rubber hammer or very small wood block.
I discovered the presence of the derailleur-clutch.
It's a small lever on the derailleur and when you engage it, pulling the chain gets a lot easyer.
Here you see the connections of the Brose-T engine.
2-pin wheel sensor below.
5-pin for HMI somewhat higher.
Anybody knows what the other connections are for ?
It think, the 2 above are 6V for front- and back light, but there seems to be another 5-pin (?) below.
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Sorry, it seems I "skip" the brakes among your modifications. Do you confirm your xp at the rear are the 4 piston series ?
No. That's because I removed the catalytic converter on my E st900. Then, it's now D cat !For anyone unfamiliar .. In France and lots of places, Decathlon is called D4 for short . Four in French is "quatre" pronounced "cat" to the English ear. So Decathlon - D cat - So written D4 !
... the tyres are smaller at 27.5 x 2.40 and now fit better in...
You are right about those 2.8 but be careful with too narrow tyres because the lowest limit width for the rim is about 60 ERTRO. I really regret that the swing arm is about 1cm too short because two narrower 29 rims would have been perfect for more rolling terrain.Nice modifications !
Good you talk about this.
I don't really understand those 27.5x2.8.
When not fully inflated they swing the whole bike from left to right, and when fully inflated, why not just use 29x2.20 or 27.5x2.20 ?
I think about changing to 2.20 2.30 2.40 too...
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