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  1. Hello there, Sondors ist still not capable of shipping batteries to Europe. However, on my quest searching for a German vendor, I found this company: https://batteryempire.de/146-akkus-fuer-elektrofahrraeder The bottle battery they sell does fit into my 1st Generation IGG Sondors. They also sell via eBay. I've also contacted Luna Cycles. They said that they also do send batteries overseas, but the shipping charges to Europe are quite expensive.
  2. Hello all! OMG I can't believe it's already end of July, so I thought it is time for yet another life sign... @MattRobertson Thanks for your April post. And yes, I assume that I'll not be able to separate the spacer from the free wheel, shall I ever take it apart again. @Marco Well, I know it sound unbelievable, but I still have to finish Phase 2! I'll explain why. However, Phase 3 is planned: I want to install a set of Magura MT5e hydraulic brakes. To make a long story short: Yes, I'm still self-employed and I've been away overseas for over half a year for a HUGE project. I had internet access of course, but it somehow made no sense to spam the forum here with trivia. Anayway, I'm home again, and it is waaaaay to hot to think straight right now. I hate that hot weather! As soon as it gets a bit colder, I plan to continue to work on my bike. I missed you all, guys!
  3. As far as I now, the Sondors brake levers open the brake circuit (which is closed by default), so you'll need an HIGO Opener... but... ... since I am not sure about that, it would be nice if someone could confirm this.
  4. Hey man! Nope, seating the tire beads went flawlessly. The only issue I had was that they seemed to not sit propperly in the rims, but after inflating the wheels to the appropriate amount of pressure, the beads alligned propperly. Yeah it was about time to make riding more comfortable. I hope I'll find some time to put the new stuff to my bike, but I have a shitload of work to do (all hail self-employment) and not much sparevtime lately. I've also thought about replacing the quick-release clamp with a fixed one. I will probably never need to detach the seatpost after I got it adjusted propperly. So > thanks for the useful links!
  5. Daaamn, my absence has been waaay too long! I've been riding my legalized Sondors for the last weeks (gee my butt hurts) and I have decided that it is time for PHASE 2 of my Sondors Modification Project. Since I am a quite heavy rider, I want to install a seatpost suspension and a more comfortable saddle. I've done some research and I got the following parts to install: Wide leather Saddle Seatpost suspension (appropriate for my weight) Seatpost Cane Creek adapter (27.2 auf 28.6mm) Seatpost Lock
  6. Welcome to the Sondors Hive! You may be interested in this thread here. It's a 750W project, but this might get you inspired.
  7. Welcome to the sondors Hive!
  8. 3D-vice

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    Welcome to the Sondors Hive!
  9. @Wolfram Welcome to the Sondors Hive, fellow countryman! I've been near Stuttgart lately too, because the bike shop where I got my wheels laced is located in that vicinity.
  10. OMG sorry for the late reply. I've been out of country. Here is my thread containing the mods I did. I've not been successful in finding how to reduce the wattage of the motor via LCD code, sorry.
  11. The stats of the motor are printed on the casing. It should read like this: "RM G060.250.DC" (< 250W model). A 350W model would read "RM G060.350.DC".
  12. Awesome. If I remember correctly, this was the first eclipse visible in the US since 1918...
  13. Cool thing! I've seen the eclipse on TV.
  14. Another thing I just ordered is a pair of theses foldable locks: Though I tend to NOT leave my beloved bike parked in public places in my home town... too many thieves out there.
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