Changes that I made in my trekkin haibike since 2016.

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The first day
 

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First modification a Bluechip to remove the speed limiter.
 

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Remove the fenders and rear pannier rack,

Change of seatpost and saddle, spring post and saddle,

red light under the seat and white on the handlebar
 

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I changed the original stem of the handlebar and the handlebar, for a more centered to the axis and a 780mm handlebar raise 30mm, more control and more height for my spine,more "Downhill",

all steel and aluminum
 

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Change the michelin proteck 28 x 1.40 by swalbe marathon plus 28 x 2.10 +

and internal chamber 19A,

heavier, more protection, more grip on asphalt and trail
 

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Change the original brakes for downhill, levers, 180mm front and rear discs from shimano saint +

also change the original grips for some Ergon GE1 evo slim factory .Grips enduro/downhill

The current brakes are superb together with the new schwalbe tires, super fast instant braking in the dry, light touch in the rain.Touch 50 front /30rear.

You feel very comfortable and safe with her
 

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Improve the water resistance of the main knob and control knob. I load it on the top of the car and when I go at 100 / 120km / h and it rains it could be that water will enter those components, in addition there is also the air resistance and those components are not made to resist those speeds.

I used vulcanized tape and also made sure to protect the control cables, control knob and screen much more, the control knob is very fragile to withstand 120km / h of air, and the screen simply removed it.


Also helps protect against UV.
 

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Personally I think that the 48/36 chainrings could be changed to a 44/32, even with the 48 hight mode and using the 11 gearbox it becomes very heavy for the legs, 48.2 km / h is only usable on descents. Using the 48 with a 13 pinion we have a very interesting 40.8 km / h with 80RPM on flat terrain without having to use a great effort, if you have a 44 x 11 you have 44.2 km / h at 80rpm, that's why I think that 48 should be 44 teeth.


I also think that in an ebike having more than 11/46 of pinion gear has no objective because you have added the newtow drive-mid (70/80 newtom).


If I had to look for a new model to travel long distances, I would pick this one with pwx2 and 44/32 double chainring and front and rear suspension.


If I'm looking for one for every situation, I'll go to this one.PWX2 One chainrigs 38,fork 200mm,38 x 11 =80 rpm 38,1 km/h


with speed unlocker. I love steel and aluminium,

it resists the impact much better than carbon, the frame and parts hold more kilometers than carbon and it is ..... cheaper


Many bolts of the ebike or pedelec are with nut fixer (loctite 240).

I love mi trekkin...
 
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