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  3. Anyone ?? If you ride 20 Mph or more, there's a good chance Rain or Humidity can Enter your Frame through these ports if the Grommets don't stay seated !! Has Anyone figured out how to Seal these to prevent Corrosion ?? Thanks !
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  5. The Luna E-Pump. https://lunacycle.com/luna-e-pump/ Unfortunately they show out of stock but contact them. I carry one on each bike in a case on my bars with the rest of my flat repair tools. REDDY
  6. Early Sondors had a power button on the Throttle & 3 LEDs ; green, yellow & red. The original posts are from 2016. REDDY
  7. click on what? I don't understand what that means.
  8. Greetings. I have a fold and my husband has an X. We ride a packed dirt rail trail, often 8 miles to town. There's a risk of getting a flat from goat heads. I use slime which has saved me but I still need a portable pump that will not take half a day to blow up a fat tire. Any recommendations?
  9. Well, keep in mind that those two sprocket changes basically result in canceling each other out so there is no advantage to wasting your money on both. And you can’t just replace the front chainring, you’ll have to buy a new crankset and chain, unless the change results in a sum zero in gear ratios because the Sondors crankset’ s chainring is not removable for replacement. The chain is probably worn-out anyway, based on its age. A larger tooth freewheel alone, will result in a higher top speed per cadence but produce much more pedal effort from a stop. A smaller chainring will make it easier t
  10. Thank you, Reddy. I have no doubt that you are correct. I have read the articles shared and some others, but unfortunately, I cannot put that kind of money into the bike at this time and frankly, the motor is powerful enough as-is for my needs. I use the bike to commute a short distance and love it. I just want to be able to pedal if the battery dies. I do not care about spin out at 13 or 18 miles and hour, that's fine. So I am researching smaller front and larger rear single gear temporary solutions at this time, thanks again!
  11. I have an older Sondors X Fat Tire with the triangle battery - it says 52Volt Panasonic. The bike has been great - no issues until today it just lost all power in the middle of a ride; no bump or anything, just shut off an went dark. Could not re-power. I checked all connections and all seemed good. Got it home and hooked it to the charger and it then was able to power on, and it showed almost a full charge. Unplugged and it seemed to work fine, except as soon as I apply any power from the throttle it shuts off again, and will not re-power unless I put it back on the charger. A fe
  12. Hi all, just recently bought a Fold XS (my first ebike ever), so I thought I'd jump onto the forums and check out the community. =) Longtime bike rider (BMX and MTB) in the Nor Cal Sacramento area that never imagined owning an ebike until a lot of my relatives got into them and started going on awesome looking group rides that I just had to get in on! lol It's very interesting to see the amount of time folks had to wait for their bikes after ordering them, as for some reason, I order my Fold XS on April 24th and it arrived on April 28th! Very surprising and just lucky I guess. Cur
  13. Cool ! Glad you got it back on again ... Enjoy πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘
  14. Thanks...that was it. Lucky the one on the opposite side was still in place and it suddenly made sense. Been looking at that part for 7 months!!
  15. Try replacing the shunt (cap that came with your bike) on the Higo connector to the LCD and see if the restores power. If so you have a bad LCD. If not I’d suspect the Controller. REDDY
  16. Ok, you Might need a Soft Mallet to tap it back into place on the bottom of your seat. There are two of those which probably cover bolts or screws. πŸ‘
  17. Thanks! I will see if I can reattach it. I've hung on to the part all this time and want to get it back to where it belongs
  18. Zip Ties for a Long and Bumpy ride, and Coat your Entire bag ESPECIALLY the Zippers with Scotchgard waterproofing spray and repeat a treatment about every 6-8 months ! πŸ˜ŽπŸ‘
  19. You are at the Max Speed for that Bike , Battery and Controller πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž Keep in mind it wasn't Designed for land speed records , Have Fun !!
  20. This Piece IS one of Two on the Bottom of your Selle Royal Seat on your SONDORS bike, I Checked my original seat for this. πŸ‘πŸ˜Ž
  21. I've had a Sondors Thin for about 5 years now, and am stumped by a recent issue that seems to be fairly common. The battery is fully charged, the battery indicator lights on the thumb throttle all light up, the LCD display also powers up, but the LCD shows no battery charge, and no voltage. The pedal assist and throttle do not power the motor despite being powered on. I did recently turn the bike upside down for a few hours to remove and repair the front tire, but I can't think of any reason that would have caused the issue. What are my troubleshooting steps? I've already checke
  22. Rodney Volkmar

    The Ride

    Simi Valley to Sycamore Beach 49.5 miles round trip yesterday with Mark H (we are both 65 years young) Sore butt is not anything like ice cream.
  23. https://sondorsforum.com/topic/241-kt-lcd3-user-manual-and-setup-lcd8h-everything-you-need-to-know-sondors-ebike/ REDDY
  24. hi can someone help me with the optimal settings for a 350 watt sondors model from 2017
  25. Does anyone have any suggestions How to keep these from popping out the frame ? I don't want to void my warranty, but Rain inside my frame wouldn't be cool either πŸ€” Thanks for any ideas ??
  26. I have a New Fold XS and my Cable grommets in headset of the Frame keep popping out with the cables flexing on turns . Does anyone have a Suggestion or fix to keep these from coming out ? I thought about using some Liquid Electrical tape but I'm afraid this might affect my warranty ! Occasionally I'll be riding in light rain and don't want water spraying inside the frame. πŸ€” Thanks for any ideas ?
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