APRILIA ENJOY CITY Specifications

Workshop manual
Fornacette (PI) - ITALY
Enjoy Racing
Enjoy City
Via G. Galilei, 1
30033 Noale (VE)
Tel. +39 (0) 41 - 5829111
Fax +39 (0) 41 - 441054
www.aprilia.com
www.serviceaprilia.com
Italy
8000086
Produced by
aprilia s.p.a.
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Introduction
This manual provides basic information about ordinary vehicle maintenance and servicing procedures.
The data and illustrations that make up the manual were up to date at the time of publication.
The manual is intended for aprilia Dealers and their qualified mechanics. Many concepts have been intentionally
omitted as they were considered superfluous.
Since this publication cannot provide exhaustive mechanical knowledge, it is assumed that people who make use
of this manual have received a basic training in mechanics and possess a working knowledge of motor vehicle
repairing techniques.
Repairing or checking the vehicle without such knowledge would be ineffective and even dangerous.
As the repairing and checking procedures are not described in full detail, special care should be taken in avoiding
damage to property and personal injury.
With a view to providing its customers with the best possible riding experience, aprilia is committed to continually
improving its products and the accompanying documentation.
aprilia Dealers and world Branches are informed about all major technical modifications and changes in repairing
procedures. Such modifications will be covered in later editions of this manual.
Should any need or doubt arise about repairing and checking techniques, do not hesitate to contact aprilia’s
Consumer Service (A.C.S.): they will be pleased to provide any information you may require and let you know of
any technical modifications and updates.
For further information, please refer to:
Operation and Maintenance Manual (aprilia part no. 8000087);
Special tooling manual.
The main features described in this publication remaining unchanged, aprilia reserves the right to change its
models at any time.
The right to store this document in electronic form, to adapt or reproduce it in whole or in part is reserved worldwide.
The mention of third parties’ products or services is made for the sole purpose of information and constitutes no
engagement.
aprilia assumes no responsibility about the performance and use of such products or services.
First edition: November 2000
Produced and printed by:
CLD s.r.l. Technical Manual Division
Via D. Alighieri, 37/A - I - 56012 Fornacette (PI)
Tel. +39 0587 - 42 28 00
Fax +39 0587 - 42 28 01
www.cld.it
E-mail: cld@cld.it
for:
aprilia S.p.A.
Via G. Galilei, 1 - I - 30033 Noale (VE)
Tel.
+39 041 - 58 29 111
Fax +39 041 - 44 10 54
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CONTENTS
Introduction ............................................................................................................................................... 1
SAFETY SIGNS ........................................................................................................................................ 4
PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION .................................................................................... 5
GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR TIGHTENING TORQUES ................................................................ 7
SPECIFICATIONS .................................................................................................................................... 9
TIGHTENING OF BOLTS AND NUTS .................................................................................................... 10
FASTENINGS ......................................................................................................................................... 11
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................ 12
LED AND BUZZER ALARMS .................................................................................................................. 12
TROUBLESHOOTING ............................................................................................................................ 13
SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE ............................................................................................................... 14
LUBRICATING POINTS .......................................................................................................................... 15
LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS ....................................................................................................... 16
BIKE COMPONENTS ............................................................................................................................. 17
POWER PLANT ...................................................................................................................................... 18
LOCK POWER SWITCH ......................................................................................................................... 18
FUNCTION SWITCH .............................................................................................................................. 19
BRAKE SWITCH ..................................................................................................................................... 19
LED INDICATOR FUNCTIONS ............................................................................................................... 20
SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS.................................................................................................................... 21
BATTERY CHARGER PROTECTION .................................................................................................... 21
RECHARGING SAFETY ......................................................................................................................... 22
BATTERY RECHARGING PROCEDURE ............................................................................................... 22
RECHARGING THE BATTERY AFTER REMOVING IT FROM THE BICYCLE ..................................... 22
RECHARGING THE BATTERY DIRECTLY ON THE BICYCLE ............................................................. 22
LED INDICATIONS ................................................................................................................................. 23
REMOVING THE BATTERY ................................................................................................................... 24
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS ......................................................................................................... 24
REMOVING THE FUNCTION SWITCH .................................................................................................. 25
CHECKING THE FUNCTION SWITCH .................................................................................................. 25
CHECKING THE BRAKE SWITCHES .................................................................................................... 26
REMOVING THE POWER SWITCH ....................................................................................................... 26
CHECKING THE POWER SWITCH ....................................................................................................... 26
REMOVING THE CONTROLLER ........................................................................................................... 27
CHECKING THE CONTROLLER ........................................................................................................... 27
REMOVING THE BUZZER ..................................................................................................................... 27
CHECKING THE BUZZER ...................................................................................................................... 27
REMOVING THE BATTERY CONDITION INDICATOR .......................................................................... 28
CHECKING THE BATTERY CONDITION INDICATOR .......................................................................... 28
REMOVING THE POWER PLANT ......................................................................................................... 29
CHECKING THE POWER PLANT .......................................................................................................... 31
DISASSEMBLING THE POWER PLANT................................................................................................ 31
REMOVING THE TORQUE SENSOR .................................................................................................... 33
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CHECKING THE TORQUE SENSOR .....................................................................................................
REMOVING THE SPEED SENSOR .......................................................................................................
CHECKING THE SPEED SENSOR ........................................................................................................
DISASSEMBLING THE STEERING SET (Racing Version) ....................................................................
DISASSEMBLING THE STEERING SET (City Version) .........................................................................
ADJUSTING THE STEERING PLAY (Racing Version) ...........................................................................
ADJUSTING THE STEERING PLAY (City Version) ................................................................................
ADJUSTING THE HANDLEBAR ANGLE (City Version) .........................................................................
REMOVING THE FRONT WHEEL ASSEMBLY ......................................................................................
CHECKING THE FRONT WHEEL ..........................................................................................................
REFITTING THE FRONT WHEEL ..........................................................................................................
REMOVING THE BRAKE LEVERS ........................................................................................................
REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE CABLE .............................................................................................
REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE ASSEMBLY ......................................................................................
ADJUSTING THE FRONT BRAKE .........................................................................................................
REMOVING THE REAR WHEEL ASSEMBLY ........................................................................................
CHECKING THE REAR WHEEL ............................................................................................................
REFITTING THE REAR WHEEL ............................................................................................................
REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE CABLE ...............................................................................................
REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE ASSEMBLY ........................................................................................
ADJUSTING THE REAR BRAKE ...........................................................................................................
REMOVING THE DERAILLEUR ASSEMBLY .........................................................................................
ADJUSTING THE DERAILLEUR ............................................................................................................
WIRING DIAGRAM .................................................................................................................................
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SAFETY SIGNS
The following signs are used throughout the manual to denote the following:
Safety warning sign. Whenever this symbol is shown on the vehicle or in the manual, there is a risk of
personal injury. Failure to observe the prescriptions that follow this sign may expose you and other
people to danger and cause damage to the vehicle.
CAUTION
Denotes a risk of severe injury and even death.
WARNING
Denotes a risk of minor injury or damage to the vehicle.
IMPORTANT The term “IMPORTANT” precedes important information and instructions.
HIGH TEMPERATURE COMPONENTS
CAUTION
The electric motor becomes very hot and remains hot for some time after it has been switched off. The
motor temperature is especially high if the vehicle has travelled uphill.
Before handling these components, put on insulating gloves or wait for the motor to cool down.
BATTERY
Before using the vehicle for the first time, charge the battery for 24 hours.
If the bicycle is not used for a long time, recharge the battery at least every three months and keep it separately
from the vehicle.
WARNING
Opening the battery in order to gain access to the cells makes the warranty null and void.
Replace the battery if it has remained flat for a long time.
If the bicycle is stored in a hot place (at a temperature
exceeding 30° C), the battery needs to be recharged
at shorter intervals because it discharges more rapidly.
If you have already purchased one or more spare
batteries, periodically check their voltage and recharge
them as described above.
If the battery charging LED turns green (100 per cent
charge) and the temperature of the battery does not
rise at least 20° C in relation to room temperature, the
charge may be incomplete (which could be due to a
decrease in supply voltage). If that happens, switch
the battery charger off and then on again to complete
the charging.
If the battery has been properly charged, as soon as the battery charger recharging LED lights up, the battery
voltage should be at least 28 V.
After that, typically 10 minutes later, the voltage will decrease and then stabilize around 27 V.
IMPORTANT Recharging normally causes the battery to overheat.
For example, if recharging begins at a temperature of 25° C, the final temperature will be 50° C.
As a rule, a battery should last over 500 recharging cycles.
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PRECAUTIONS AND GENERAL INFORMATION
When repairing, disassembling and reassembling the vehicle, scrupulously observe the following recommendations.
CAUTION
The use of open flames is forbidden under all circumstances.
Before performing any servicing or checks, switch off the motor, remove the key, allow the motor to cool
down, and if possible lift the vehicle on a solid level floor using specific equipment.
To avoid burns, be sure to keep away from hot motor parts.
The vehicle is made up of inedible parts. On no account must any parts be bitten, sucked, chewed or
swallowed.
Unless otherwise specified, the reassembly of parts is carried out by following the disassembling procedures in reverse order.
Any overlapping operations in cross-references to other chapters should be interpreted logically so as to
avoid unnecessary removal of components.
Never use fuel as a solvent to clean the vehicle.
Remove the battery, the motor and the controller before performing any electric welding.
When two or more people are working at the same time, pay attention to the safety of each of them.
BEFORE REMOVING COMPONENTS
Remove any dirt, mud, dust and foreign bodies from the vehicle before removing any components.
Use the tools specially designed for this vehicle whenever necessary.
REMOVING COMPONENTS
Never loosen screws and nuts using pliers or tools other than the specific spanners.
Mark the positions on all connecting joints (pipes, cables, etc.) before separating them, and identify them with
different marks.
Clearly mark each part so it will be easily identified during installation.
Clean and wash the removed components with a low-flash detergent.
Keep mating parts together, as they have adapted to one another as a result of wear and tear. Some components
must be used in combination or replaced altogether.
Keep away from heat sources.
REPLACING COMPONENTS
WARNING
Never reuse a circlip. Always replace removed circlips with new ones.
When fitting a new circlip, take care not to part its ends more than is required to fit it on the shaft.
After fitting a circlip, ensure that it is fully and firmly inserted in its seat.
Never use compressed air to clean the bearings.
IMPORTANT Bearings should always rotate freely, smoothly and silently, otherwise they must be replaced.
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Only use GENUINE aprilia spares.
Always use the recommended lubricants and consumables.
If possible, lubricate parts before refitting them.
When tightening screws and nuts, start with the larger or the inner ones and proceed diagonally. Carry out the
tightening in successive steps before applying the full tightening torque.
Always replace self-locking nuts, seal rings, circlips, O-rings, cotter pins and screws (if the threads are damaged)
with new ones.
Clean all the mating surfaces, the oil seal rims and the gaskets before refitting them.
Apply a film of lithium grease to the oil seal rims.
Replace the oil seals and the bearings so that the mark or serial number faces outwards (side in view).
Generously lubricate the bearings before fitting them.
Check that every component has been fitted properly.
After repairing or servicing any parts, carry out preliminary checks and test the vehicle on private ground or in a
low-traffic area.
ELECTRICAL CONNECTORS
To separate two connectors, follow the procedure
described below.
Where appropriate, press down the safety hooks.
WARNING
Never pull the wires when separating two connectors.
Hold the two connectors and separate them by pulling
in opposite directions.
Using a compressed air jet, carefully clean the connector inside of any dirt, rust, humidity, etc.
Ensure that the wires are properly hooked on to the
terminals inside the connectors.
IMPORTANT There is only one way to attach the
two connectors. Before attempting to join them, make
sure they are properly positioned in relation to one
another.
After joining the connectors, ensure that they are
securely fastened (a click should be heard if the
connectors have safety fasteners).
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GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS FOR TIGHTENING TORQUES
The table below shows standard tightening torques for
screws and bolts with ISO metric threads.
Screw/bolt
Spanners
Tightening torques
Nm (Ft-lb)
Kgm
6
0
-
M5
8
3 (2.2)
0.3
M6
10
6 (4.4)
0.6
M4
M8
12
15 (11.1)
1.5
M10
14
30 (22.1)
3.0
M12
17
55 (40.5)
5.5
M14
19
85 (62.7)
8.5
M16
22
130 (95.9)
13.0
For information on specific joints and connections of
the vehicle in question, refer to the FASTENINGS
section.
Unless otherwise specified, tightening torques are
given for clean, dry threads at room temperature.
IMPORTANT To avoid distortion and/or improper
mating, tighten screws and bolts by following these
steps:
Screw in all fastenings manually.
Tighten diametrically opposite fastenings A-B, C-D by
applying half the prescribed torque.
Repeat the operation by applying the prescribed
tightening torque.
B
A
C
IMPORTANT
This procedure allows the pressure
exerted by the fastenings to be evenly distributed over
the mating surface.
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Chain tool
Pedal crank shaft
fixing ring nut
fastening tool
Spoke spanner
Free wheel
removing tool
Pedal crank extractor
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Free wheel
fitting and removing
tool
Hub bearing adjusting
sole spanner
Shears
Front sprocket
removing tool
Steering set adjusting
sole spanner pair
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SPECIFICATIONS
DIMENSIONS mm (in)
Maximum length
Maximum width
Maximum handlebar height
Saddle height (fully extracted)
Wheelbase
Dry weight kg (lbs)
ELECTRIC MOTOR
Type
Rating
Controller
DERAILLEUR
Type
RACING
1760 (69.291)
430 (16.929)
1030 (40.551)
1020 (40.157)
1100 (43.307)
29.5 (1.161)
CITY
1760 (69.291)
430 (16.929)
1130 (44.488)
1020 (40.157)
1100 (43.307)
31(1.220)
direct-current, permanent-magnet motor
250 W
mixed electronic control by speed and torque
sensors
6-gear “Mega Range” Shimano derailleur with manual control
on right side of handlebars
GEAR RATIOS
First gear
Second gear
Third gear
Fourth gear
Fifth gear
Sixth gear
ASSISTED
30/34
30/24
30/21
30/18
30/16
30/14
BATTERY
Type
Voltage
Rating
Accumulated power
Recharge cycles
Recharge indicators
Recharging time
Recharge type
Fuses
Ni Mh (Nickel Metal Hydride)
24 V (1.2 x 20 cells)
13 Ah
312 Wh
500
LEDS
3.5 hrs
two-step recharge
2 x 30 A
2x5A
40 Km * (25 mi)
Range
* According to function switch setting (Normal, Eco, Uphill), riding style, gradient and traffic conditions.
BATTERY CHARGER
Output current
Output voltage
Input current
Input voltage
Recharging method
Output detection
Operating temperature range
Recommended temperature range
3.5 Adc ± 5%
32 Vdc ± 2%
2A
100-120 Vac or 200-240 Vac (manually selected)
Two-stage constant current
1. Short circuit detection
2. Output voltage controlled by current limit
3. Protection against current reversal
4. Overheating detection on battery and battery
charger
5. Recharging time limit
0° to 35° C
20° C to 30°
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FRAME
Type
Steering angle
Extruded tubular aluminium 7005 T6
70°
SUSPENSIONS
Front fork
spring and elastometer shock absorber
BRAKES
Front
Rear
mechanical “V-brake”
mechanical “V-brake”
WHEELS
Front
Rear
RACING
26” x 1.90”
26” x 1.90”
TYRE INFLATING PRESSURES
Front
Rear
3.0 to max 4.5 bar
3.0 to max 4.5 bar
TIGHTENING OF BOLTS AND NUTS
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Check after the first 500 km (312 mi), and then
every 500 km (312 mi) or 6 months.
Carefully check all fastenings, and especially those
that are critical for safety, namely:
handlebars;
handlebar connection;
front brake lever;
steering set;
fork clips / front wheel spindle;
front wheel;
front brake cable fastenings;
front brake shoes;
front brake arms;
motor;
pinion;
pedal cranks;
pedals;
rear brake lever;
rear wheel;
rear brake shoes;
rear brake arms;
rear brake cable fastenings;
body fixing screws.
WARNING
Fastenings must be tightened with the prescribed
torques using LOCTITE ® where appropriate (refer
to the FASTENINGS section).
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26” x 1.75”
26” x 1.75”
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FASTENINGS
Check and if necessary tighten the fastenings after the first 500 km (312 mi), and then every 500 km (312 mi) or 6
months.
WARNING
The fastenings shown in the table below must be tightened using a torque spanner and, where appropriate,
LOCTITE ®.
Fastenings highlighted in grey (
) play a key role in safety.
PEDAL CRANKS
FIXING SCREWS ON DRIVE SHAFT
N·m
35 ÷ 45
STAND
N·m
7÷8
HANDLEBAR CONNECTION
N·m
6÷7
STEERING SET SCREWS - RACING VERSION
N·m
5.5
MOTOR
N·m
6
FRONT WHEEL
QUICK CLAMP LEVER
REAR WHEEL
N·m
3.5
FRONT BRAKE
N·m
6
REAR BRAKE
N·m
6
BRAKE CONTROLS ON HANDLEBARS
N·m
5
N·m
2.5 ÷ 3
ELECTRICAL COMPONENTS
CONTROLLER
SADDLE
N·m
6÷7
BODY TO FRAME
N·m
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TROUBLESHOOTING
LED AND BUZZER ALARMS
1
LED
OOO
Ist indicator is
always ON.
BUZZER
Intermittent buzzer alarm:
0.8" on / 0.2" off
ALARM
The battery voltage bassa
is too low.
SOLUTION
Charge the battery.
2
OOO
Ist indicator is
always ON.
Intermittent buzzer alarm:
0.3" on / 0.2" off
The battery middle is too
low.
Charge the battery.
3
‘ ’OOO
Ist indicator is
flashing.
Three buzzer sounds:
0.5" on / 0.2" off
Motor drive circuit or
supply circuit shorted.
Check:
-Motor
-Wiring
-Connectors
-Fuse connections in
battery box
4
‘ ’OOO
Ist indicator is
flashing.
Intermittent buzzer alarm:
0.5" on / 0.2" off
Excess current alarm
If alarm is deactivated, an
instance of excess current
has occurred. Select a
lower gear ratio.
Motor drive circuit damaged
MOS FET output damaged
(shorted)
MOS FET output damaged
(circuit open)
IMPORTANT Opening the battery box voids the battery warranty.
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If the alarm is activated,
check the wiring.
If no problem is found,
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TROUBLESHOOTING
CAUSE
TROUBLE
REMEDY
Pedalling difficult
- Main switch not set to ON.
- Battery voltage low.
- Battery improperly installed.
-
Range reduced
- Road surface uneven or overload
condition.
- Bicycle was not used for a long
time.
- Battery charged at room temperature above 30° C.
- The range varies with the condition
of the road surface, the load, and
the outside temperature.
- Recharge the battery before starting
off.
- Recharge the battery in a cool place
(temperature below 30° C).
Battery recharge malfunction
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- Check the battery charger.
- Check and if necessary replace the
battery.
- Set the main switch to OFF.
- Wait for the temperature to lower.
- Recharge battery in better environmental conditions.
Battery unit difficult to remove
- Battery jammed by object.
- Main switch not set to OPEN.
Battery charger malfunction.
Battery malfunction.
Main switch not set to OFF.
Battery temperature too high.
Ambient temperature lower than 0°
C or higher than 30° C.
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Set the main switch to ON.
Ensure that the battery is secure.
Fully recharge the battery.
Position the battery properly.
- Remove the object.
- Set the main switch to OPEN.
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SCHEDULED MAINTENANCE
Each Time You Ride
❐
❐
❐
Wipe off your bicycle with a damp rag.
Check tyre pressure.
Check brakes.
Weekly
❐
Oil cable,chain and pivot points (brake levers and
V-brakes, shift levers, derailleurs) with a light
bicycle lubricant. Avoid heavy oils that evaporate
and leave a gummy residue.
Remove excess oil to avoid dirt buildup.
Tighten any loose nuts and bolts.
❐
❐
Monthly
❐
❐
❐
❐
❐
Every 3 Months
Every Year
❐
❐
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Check wheels and have the bicycle shop true them
if necessary.
Replace brake shoes if they are worn down past
the grooves.
Clean chain,derailleurs,and other greasy parts with
a brush and kerosene and then relubricate.
Check gear adjustments.
Recharge battery if unused.
Clean all bearings in the hubs and steering set.
Repack bearings with grease. Oil or grease pedal
bearings.
Replace frayed cables.
Replace tyres if they are split or if cord can be
seen anywhere.
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LUBRICATING POINTS
KEY TO LUBRICATING POINTS
Proper lubrication is a key factor in ensuring smooth
operation and long life of the vehicle.
1)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
IMPORTANT Before lubricating any parts, thoroughly clean them of any rust, grease, dirt or dust.
Grease all exposed parts that are subject to rust.
The points to lubricate are shown in the LUBRICATION CHART.
Steering bearings
Drive chain
Derailleur
Central stand pin
Brake cables
Brake arm pins
Brake lever pins
Derailleur cable
■ = Lubricant
LUBRICATION CHART
1■
7■
5■
5■
6■
6■
8■
3■
2■
4■
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LOCATION OF SERIAL NUMBERS
These numbers are required to register the vehicle.
IMPORTANT Tampering with vehicle serial numbers is subject to severe penalties. In particular,
tampering with the frame number immediately voids
the warranty.
FRAME NUMBER
The frame number is stamped on the frame central
section.
MOTOR NUMBER
The motor number is stamped on the lower side of the
electric motor.
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BIKE COMPONENTS
8
7
10
11
9
15
3
5
13
16
14
2
1
27
36
20
24
12
17
35
33
18
26
34
23
6
22
4
21
25
30
19
28
31
29
32
KEY TO COMPONENTS
1) FRONT WHEEL
2) FRONT SUSPENSION FORK
3) FRONT MUDGUARD
4) FRONT BRAKE
5) FRONT LAMP
6) BRAKE LEVER
7) GRIP SHIFT
8) FUNCTION SWITCH
9) STEM
10) HANDLEBAR
11) STEERING SET
12) LED INDICATOR
13) BATTERY SET
14) RECHARGE COVER
15) PILLAR
16) PILLAR LOCK
17) SIDE GUARD
18) DYNAMO
19) FRAME
20) REAR BRAKE
21) REAR WHEEL
22) REAR MUDGUARD
23) CARRIER
24) REAR LAMP
25) REAR DERAILLEUR
26) CHAIN
27) KICK STAND
28) CRANK
29) PEDAL
30) CHAIN GUARD
31) MOTOR KIT
32) CONTROLLER
33) LOCK POWER SWITCH
34) BELL
35) GRIP
36) SADDLE
NOTE: ENJOY RACING VERSION IS WITHOUT ITEMS
Nº 3,5,18,22,23,24
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POWER PLANT
More unique features aprilia cycle is its Power Plant
design, such as Dual-Sense module (torque
sensor+speed sensor), enhanced computerized
controller, spiral bevel gearing drivetrain system, etc.
Spiral bevel gearing drive-train system
(Dualsense Module = Torque sensor + Speed sensor)
OPERATION BLOCK DIAGRAM
Pedalling
Battery
LOCK POWER SWITCH
Features
(1) There are 3 positions for the key:
1. position “OFF”: With key turned to this position,
the power supply is switched off, but the battery
set is still locked on the body of the bike.
2. position “ON”: the power is switched on and the
battery set is also locked.
3. position “OPEN”: The power is off,and the battery set is unlocked so that you can remove the
battery set from the bike. Moreover, the OPEN
position enables you to put the battery set back
onto the bike.
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Module
Drive
Device
Computerized
Controller
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FUNCTION SWITCH
Information on the function switch
1. As illustrated above,it is a 3-mode switch, which
has left,middle,and right positions.
2. The function and definition of the switch
ECO
An economic mode in lower power assisting, the
assistance will be automatically off when the speed
reaches about 24 km/hr (15 mi/hr).
NORMAL
The normal power assistance mode,the assistance
is off at a speed of about 24 km/hr (15 mi/hr).
UP_HILL
A mode in stronger power assistance than the
NORMAL position. The assistance will be automatically off when the speed reaches about 24 km/hr (15
mi/hr).
FUNCTION
LEFT
DRIVING FUNCTION
ECO
MIDDLE
NORMAL
RIGHT
UP_HILL
Remarks
BRAKE SWITCH
NO BRAKE
KE
BRAKE SWITCH
2. When you brake, the brake switch will cut off the
power.
POS. 1
BRA
1. When you are not braking, please make sure the
brake levers (Right and Left) are on the right positions. Otherwise, it may cut off the power and result
in no power assistance.
POS. 2
BRAKE APPLIED
3. If the wire of the brake switch is broken, there will be
no power assistance.
4. If the connectors inside the brake bracket are broken or losen, there will be no power assistance.
POS. 2
BRAKE APPLIED
POS. 1
NO BRAKE
BRAKE SWITCH
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LED INDICATOR FUNCTIONS
The LED indicator shows the battery voltage. The
voltage can be high (LED 4 lit) or low (LED 1 lit)
according to both the remaining battery capacity and
to the operating conditions.
The longest range in kilometres is obtained by using
the derailleur so that LEDs 3 and 4 stay lit as long as
possible (use light gear ratios and avoid, for example,
starting in 6th gear).
Battery Indicator
1
2
4
3
The led indicator may display a charge which is
too low when:
• The ambient temperature is too low.
• The driving conditions are very hard (e.g. during
a strong up-hill).
A charge which is too high may be displayed a few
minutes after recharge,when:
• The battery has only been 1/2 charged.
1
2
3
4
LED NUMBER
FULL CHARGE
MEDIUM CHARGE
LOW CHARGE
IMPORTANT Opening the battery box voids the
EMPTY
battery warranty.
COMPLETELY
DOWN
N.B. Check the battery using the specially designed
equipment.
RECHARGE BATTERY
8A FUSE
RED LED
ORANGE LED
(YELLOW)
SWITCH ON-OFF
POWER
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VOLTAGESWITCH
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SPECIFICATION
Item
Model
Output Current
Output Voltage
Input Current
Input Voltage
Performance
Charging Method
Battery Application
Output Detection
Operating Temperature
Operating Humidity
Specification
Cod. Apr.
4Adc ± 5%
32.0Vdc ± 2%
2.0A
100-120 Vac Or 200-240 Vac
(Manual Select)
Switching Mode
Two Stage Constant Current
Ni-MH Batteries (1.2V a 20
Cells 13000mAh)
1.
Short Circuit Detection
2.
Output Voltage Current Limit
3.
Reverse Power Protected
4.
Overheat Detection On Battery And Charger
5.
Charging Time Limit
0°C ~ 35°C
20% ~ 85%
WARNING
For best recharging results, allow the battery to cool down for about an hour (during use its normal temperature can be 50° C) and then start the recharge in a cool place (room temperature ~ 25° C).
SAFETY SPECIFICATIONS
The battery charger is equipped with five safety devices:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Delta-T stop switch - Stops the recharge when the battery temperature undergoes a certain increase
(denoting 100% charge).
Delta-V stop switch - Stops the recharge when the battery voltage undergoes a certain decrease (denoting
100% charge).
T-max stop switch - Stops the recharge when the battery temperature reaches 55° C (denoting 100%
charge).
Thermal switch - Stops the recharge when the battery temperature reaches 75° C (emergency only).
Timer - Stops the recharge after 6 hours.
BATTERY CHARGER PROTECTION
Do not short-circuit the battery charger output.
Use the battery charger in a well-ventilated place.
Only use NiMh (Nickel Metal Hydride) batteries (1.2 V, 20 units, 13,000 mAh).
Ensure that the alternating current input is active and set the proper voltage on the battery charger.
After completely recharging the battery, avoid connecting it to the charger again so as prevent overcharging.
Operate the battery charger at room temperatures below 30° C.
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RECHARGING SAFETY
Avoid recharging the battery under the following
circumstances:
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Immediately after using the bicycle, when the
battery temperature has increased.
When ambient temperature is higher than 30° C or
lower than 0° C.
BATTERY RECHARGING PROCEDURE
The battery can be recharged by inserting the plug
directly into the socket on the frame. Alternatively,
remove the battery from the bicycle and place it in the
specially designed recharging device.
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RECHARGING THE BATTERY AFTER
REMOVING IT FROM THE BICYCLE
2
Remove the battery as described in the section
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Rotate dust cap (1) and insert battery charger plug (2)
into the battery socket.
Ensure that the voltage setting is correct (220 V for
Europe).
Connect power cord (3) of battery charger (4) and
operate main switch (5).
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3
5
RECHARGING THE BATTERY DIRECTLY
ON THE BICYCLE
1
Put the bicycle on the stand.
Set the main switch to OFF.
Open recharge socket cover (1).
Rotate dust cap (2) and insert battery charger cable
(3) into the connector.
Ensure that the voltage setting is correct (220 V for
Europe).
Connect power cord (4) of battery charger (5) and
operate the main switch.
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LED INDICATIONS
When the colour of the battery charger recharge LED
changes from orange to green, recharging is complete. At that point, the charger current will decrease,
and even if the power cord stays connected no damage will occur. If the battery charger recharge LED
(orange LED) does not light up, the recharge system
is not working properly.
Power supply LED (red light) on:
Recharge LED (orange light) out:
Recharge LED (orange light) blinking:
Recharge LED (orange light) on:
Recharge LED (green light) on:
power supply on
battery disconnected
malfunction
recharge in progress
recharge complete
CAUSE
REMEDY
If the power supply LED (red light) is out
Check the setting of the input voltage switch on
the battery charger (220 V for Europe).
Check the alternating current fuse.
Check the alternating current flow.
Check the battery charger.
If the recharge LED (orange light) is out
Check that the battery charger plug is properly
inserted in the battery socket.
Check the direct current fuse.
Check the condition of the battery.
If the recharge LED (orange light) blinks
The battery temperature is too high to start the
recharge.
If the recharge LED immediately changes from
orange to green
The battery is fully charged.
If the battery is not fully charged, check the
condition of the battery.
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REMOVING THE BATTERY
4
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the bicycle on the stand.
Press power switch (1) and rotate it anticlockwise to
the OPEN position.
Open recharge cover (2).
Remove battery (3) by pulling handle (4).
2
1
3
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS
2
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
N.B.: The following procedure applies to the left fairing
as well.
Loosen and remove the four screws (1).
Remove battery condition LED (2).
1
Loosen and remove the four screws (3).
3
3
Loosen the six body cover screws (4) without removing them.
Remove fairing (5) laterally.
5
4
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REMOVING THE FUNCTION SWITCH
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
Detach three-way electrical connector (1).
1
3
Loosen and remove the two fixing screws (2) so as to
disengage the two half shells (3).
Release the related cable from the clamps and finally
remove the function switch.
2
CHECKING THE FUNCTION SWITCH
Using a multimeter, check the continuity of the wires with the switch set to different positions.
POSITION
ECO
NORMAL
UPHILL
MEASUREMENT
between yellow and black wires:
between yellow and orange wires:
between black and orange wires:
between yellow and black wires:
between yellow and orange wires:
between black and orange wires:
between yellow and black wires:
between yellow and orange wires:
between black and orange wires:
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CHECKING THE BRAKE SWITCHES
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
Detach two-way electrical connector (2) (white).
Using a multimeter, perform the following checks:
- Check continuity between the two wires with the
brake lever in home position.
- Check the presence of an open circuit between the
two wires while the brake lever is being pulled.
- Check that, when released, the brake levers return
to their home positions without problems.
1
REMOVING THE POWER SWITCH
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
Detach two-way electrical connector (1) (red).
Disengage the cable from clamp (2).
Remove the two screws (3) and remove power switch
(4).
2
1
4
3
CHECKING THE POWER SWITCH
Detach electrical connector (1) and, using a
multimeter, measure the resistance between the two
connecting wires.
OFF and LOCK positions: resistance = infinite
ON position: resistance = 0 Ohm
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REMOVING THE CONTROLLER
1
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
Detach all controller connections.
Loosen and remove controller screw (1).
2
WARNING
Turn the power switch to the ON position in order
to discharge the capacitors in the circuit and
avoid small residual discharges.
Remove controller (2).
CHECKING THE CONTROLLER
Perform all the checks described in the TROUBLESHOOTING table.
Check the other electrical components by following
the procedures described in the related paragraphs.
Check the condition of the controller wiring.
If necessary proceed to replace the controller.
REMOVING THE BUZZER
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the controller as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE CONTROLLER.
Remove buzzer (1) from the controller after detaching
the electrical connector.
When reinstalling the buzzer on the controller, apply a
small quantity of sealant to the outer ring.
1
CHECKING THE BUZZER
Earth the red 12 V direct-current wire and the black
wire.
Replace the buzzer if, in this condition, it gives out no
sound.
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REMOVING THE BATTERY CONDITION
INDICATOR
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
Detach three-way electrical connector (1) (green) and
disengage the cable from the clamp.
Remove screw (2) and pull out battery condition
indicator (3).
1
3
2
CHECKING THE BATTERY CONDITION INDICATOR
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MALFUNCTION TYPES
CHECKS
LED malfunction
Check the wiring.
LEDs are working but not as described in
related table.
Check the wiring. If no problem is found, try
replacing the controller.
Buzzer gives out no sound
Check the wiring.
Check the buzzer.
Try replacing the controller.
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3
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
Unscrew pedal crank (1), paying attention to the
direction of the thread.
Loosen and remove the two screws (2).
Loosen screw (3) without removing it.
Rotate chain guard (4) backwards and then remove it.
4
1
2
Levering derailleur (5) as shown in the figure, remove
chain (6) from the sprocket.
5
6
Loosen and remove controller screw (7).
WARNING
Turn the power switch to the ON position in order
to discharge the capacitors in the circuit and
avoid small residual discharges.
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Detach electrical connector (8).
Loosen and remove screws (9).
Remove electric motor feeder cables (10) and (11).
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Loosen and remove the three screws (12).
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Detach the speed sensor and torque sensor electrical
connectors, (14) and (15) respectively.
While supporting the power plant, completely remove
screw (13).
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15
14
Remove power plant (16), paying attention to the
cables and electrical connectors.
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CHECKING THE POWER PLANT
Follow these steps should any unspecified malfunction occur:
- Check the battery charge.
- Disconnect the motor from the battery by detaching
the connector and then measure the resistance
between the wires, which should be 1 ± 0.5 Ohm at
25° C.
- Try replacing the controller.
DISASSEMBLING THE POWER PLANT
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Remove the power plant as described in the paragraph REMOVING THE POWER PLANT.
1
WARNING
While replacing the pedal cranks, pay special
attention to the threads.
IMPORTANT The following procedure also applies
to the crank on the opposite side.
Remove cap (1) and the screw underneath.
IMPORTANT Before proceeding to remove the
pedal cranks, prepare two jaws of soft material to be
placed on the vice.
4
3
Position power plant (2) on the vice.
Remove pedal crank (3) by means of extractor (4).
2
WARNING
Before removing the cylindrical parts of the power
plant, mark the junction points so as to ensure
proper realignment during reassembly.
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Loosen and remove the two screws (5).
Remove electric motor (6).
6
Check the condition of the O-rings (7) fitted to studs
(8) and if necessary replace them.
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8
Disconnect electric motor (6) from the drive unit.
Remove drive gear (9).
Check the condition of gasket (10) and if necessary
replace it.
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10
Rotate crown (11) so that the holes in it are aligned
with drive unit cover fixing screws (12).
Loosen and remove screws (12).
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Using a plastic mallet, strike a few blows on drive
shaft (13) to remove drive unit cover (14) with the
crown.
Check the condition of the O-ring on the drive unit
cover and if necessary replace it.
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14
From the drive unit, remove, in the following order,
speed sensor mitre wheel (15), planetary gear system
(16), and toothed wheel (17), interacting with the
torque sensor.
16
15
17
REMOVING THE TORQUE SENSOR
2
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Remove the power plant as described in the paragraph REMOVING THE POWER PLANT.
Loosen and remove ring (1).
Using the specially designed extractor, remove drive
shaft (2) towards the inside.
1
Loosen and remove plastic ring (3) and remove the Oring underneath.
Loosen and remove the two screws (4).
Push down torque sensor (5) and remove it with the
related electrical connections.
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CHECKING THE TORQUE SENSOR
CHECKING PROCEDURE WITH THE TORQUE
SENSOR NOT INSTALLED
Using a multimeter, perform the following check:
- Check that the sensors are in perfect mechanical
condition.
- Connect the red wire to 12 V dc.
- Earth the black wire.
- The voltage between the white and black wires
should be 1.15 ± 0.25 V.
CHECKING PROCEDURE WITH THE TORQUE
SENSOR INSTALLED
1
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS so as to gain
access to the sensor connector.
Reinstall the battery to allow the measurements to be
taken.
Perform the checks with a multimeter.
Ensure that the battery is charged and that the sensor
is properly connected to the controller.
Lock the rear wheel WITHOUT using the rear brake
(use the motor stop switches located on the brake
levers).
Set the main switch to ON.
Measure the voltage between the red and black wires
of connector (1). The voltage should be 12 ± 2 V.
Apply a force of approximately 50 kg (110 lbs) to the
pedal.
Measure the voltage between the white and black
wires of the sensor. The voltage should be 4 V dc ±
0.5 V.
REMOVING THE SPEED SENSOR
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
Detach electrical connector (1).
Take note of the wiring path so as to ensure proper
reinstallation.
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Unscrew and remove speed sensor (2) with the
related O-ring.
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CHECKING THE SPEED SENSOR
CHECKING PROCEDURE WITH THE SPEED
SENSOR INSTALLED
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairings as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS so as to gain
access to the sensor connector.
Reinstall the battery to allow the measurements to be
taken.
Perform the checks with a multimeter.
Ensure that the battery is charged and that the sensor
is properly connected to the controller.
Connect a voltage meter between the white and black
wires of the sensor.
Set the main switch to ON.
Measure the voltage between the red and black wires.
The voltage should be 12 ± 2 V (if the voltage is
different, check the wiring or replace the controller).
Turn the pedals at an average frequency of 30 rpm
and measure the voltage between the white and black
wires. The voltage should be 2.5 ± 0.5 V dc.
When the pedals are turned slowly at a frequency of
approximately 10 rpm, the voltage should change
continuously from 0 V to 5 V.
DISASSEMBLING THE STEERING SET
(Racing Version)
2
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the front wheel.
Loosen and remove the two screws (1).
Remove plate (2) and lower handlebars (3) in the front
part of the bicycle.
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Loosen the two screws (4) without removing them.
Loosen screw (5).
Remove the cable from the front brake so as to
disengage the fork.
While supporting the fork, remove handlebar support
(6).
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5
4
Remove steering head tube (7) with fork assembly (8).
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8
Remove the following components in sequence:
handlebar support (9)
washer (10)
cover (11)
ball cage (12)
head tube cover (13)
spacers (14)
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To reassemble the steering set, follow the reverse
procedure to the disassembly.
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DISASSEMBLING THE STEERING SET
(City Version)
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Remove the front wheel.
Remove protection rubber (1).
Loosen lug screw (2) and lower the handlebars in the
front part of the bicycle.
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To remove the steering set, remove counternut (4)
and completely unscrew adjusting ring nut (5).
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ADJUSTING THE STEERING PLAY
(Racing Version)
Loosen the two stop nuts (1) without removing them
and then turn upper adjusting screw (2) clockwise until
the desired play is obtained.
Finally retighten the two stop nuts (1).
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ADJUSTING THE STEERING PLAY
(City Version)
Turn the adjusting nut clockwise until the desired play
is obtained, then lock the steering assembly by
holding the adjusting nut and turn the upper stop nut
clockwise.
ADJUSTING THE HANDLEBAR ANGLE
(City Version)
1
Loosen nut and counternut (1), loosen screw (2) and
adjust the height of the handlebar lug.
After completing the adjustment, follow the reverse
procedure for the fastening.
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REMOVING THE FRONT WHEEL
ASSEMBLY
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
1
When removing and refitting the wheel, take care not
to damage other parts of the vehicle.
IMPORTANT Provide yourself with the specially
designed bicycle stand before attempting to remove
the front wheel.
2
Put the vehicle on the specially designed stand.
Detach cable guide tube (1), which is anchored to
brake arm (2), after manually bringing the brake unit
into braking position.
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CAUTION
4
Make sure the vehicle is stable.
Hold the handlebars in riding position so it stays
locked in place.
Open front quick clamp lever (3).
Hold nut (4) and rotate lever (3) until wheel (5) can be
disengaged from fork (6).
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3
CHECKING THE FRONT WHEEL
WARNING
Check the condition of all components and in
particular of the following:
A
BEARINGS
Manually rotate race (1) making sure it turns smoothly
and silently.
There should be no axial plays.
Any bearings showing the above defects must be
replaced.
TYRE
Check the condition of the tyre and, if necessary, that
of the inner tube.
RIM
Using a comparator, check that radial runout (A) and
axial runout (B) of rim (1) do not exceed the prescribed limit.
Excessive runout is generally due to a reduction in
spoke tension.
If, after the spokes have been tensioned, the runout
still exceeds the limit, replace rim (1) and the spokes.
Maximum radial and axial runout: 1.2 mm (0.047
in).
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2
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
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CAUTION
Danger of personal injury! Do not insert the fingers to align the holes.
Shift the wheel until the central spindle is aligned with
the slotted holes on the fork.
Tighten nut (1) until the play between the clamping
system and fork sheaths (2) is such that quick clamp
lever (3) can be closed with the proper tightening
torque.
Reattach cable guide tube (4) after manually closing
the brakes on brake arm (5).
Remove the bicycle stand.
While pulling the front brake lever, repeatedly press
down the handlebars so as to compress the fork.
This will allow the fork rods to settle properly.
2
3
3
4
CAUTION
After replacing the wheel, repeatedly actuate the
front brake lever and check the operation of the
brake system.
Check the alignment of the wheel.
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REMOVING THE BRAKE LEVERS
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
1
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Using a compressed air gun, remove handgrip (1).
Remove function switch (2) as described in the
paragraph REMOVING THE FUNCTION SWITCH.
Disengage the cable from brake lever (3) as described
in the paragraphs REMOVING THE FRONT/REAR
BRAKE CABLE.
Disengage switch connecting wire (4) from block (5).
Loosen screw (6) and pull brake lever (3) with block
(5) outwards.
To refit the levers follow the removing procedure in
reverse order.
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REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE CABLE
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Detach cable guide tube (1), which is anchored to
brake arm (2), after manually bringing the brake unit
into braking position.
Loosen screw (3) to allow the cable to be removed.
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2
Align the slotted holes on adjusters (4) of the front
brake control body.
Remove sheath (5) to allow the cable of front brake
lever (6) to be released after closing it.
Remove cable (7).
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7
4
5
6
REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE
ASSEMBLY
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Remove the cable from the assembly as described in the
paragraph REMOVING THE FRONT BRAKE CABLE.
Loosen and remove the two screws (1) so as to
disengage and remove the two arms (2) from the
braking assembly.
ADJUSTING THE FRONT BRAKE
1
Lever adjustment.
Loosen adjuster (1).
Rotate adjuster (2) clockwise to increase the travel of
lever (3).
Rotate adjuster (2) anticlockwise to decrease the
travel of lever (3).
After obtaining the desired adjustment, tighten adjuster (1).
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2
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
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Brake arm adjustment
Turn adjusting screw (4) with a screwdriver.
The following operation applies to both brake arms.
Turn in the screw to move the brake arm away from
the rim.
Turn out the screw to move the brake arm towards the
rim.
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REMOVING THE REAR WHEEL
ASSEMBLY
1
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
When removing and refitting the wheel, take care not
to damage other parts of the vehicle.
Detach cable guide tube (1), which is anchored to
brake arm (2), after manually bringing the brake unit
into braking position.
2
CAUTION
4
Make sure the vehicle is stable.
Levering derailleur (3) as shown in the figure, remove
chain (4) from sprocket wheel (5).
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3
Loosen nuts (6) without removing them to allow rear
wheel (7) to be removed while the brake arms are
parted.
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CHECKING THE REAR WHEEL
WARNING
Check the condition of all components, and in
particular of the following:
A
BEARINGS
Manually rotate race (1) making sure it turns smoothly
and silently.
There should be no axial plays.
Any bearings showing the above defects must be
replaced.
RIM
Using a comparator, check that radial runout (A) and
axial runout (B) of rim (1) do not exceed the prescribed limit.
Excessive runout is generally due to a reduction in
spoke tension.
If, after the spokes have been tensioned, the runout
still exceeds the limit, replace rim (1) and the spokes.
Maximum radial and axial runout: 1.2 mm (0.047
in).
B
1
TYRE
Check the condition of the tyre and, if necessary, that
of the inner tube.
REFITTING THE REAR WHEEL
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
WARNING
Danger of personal injury! Do not insert the fingers to align the holes.
Shift the wheel against the frame slotted holes.
Tighten the two nuts (1) with the proper torque.
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Levering derailleur (3) as shown in the figure, reposition chain (4) on sprocket wheel (5).
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Reattach cable guide tube (6) after manually closing
the brakes on brake arm (7).
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CAUTION
7
After replacing the wheel, repeatedly actuate the
rear brake lever and check the operation of the
brake system.
Check the alignment of the wheel.
REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE CABLE
3
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Detach cable guide tube (1), which is anchored to
brake arm (2), after manually bringing the brake unit
into braking position.
Loosen screw (3) to allow the cable to be removed.
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2
Align the slotted holes on adjusters (4) of the rear
brake control body.
Remove sheath (5) to allow the cable of front brake
lever (6) to be released after closing it.
Remove the battery as described in the paragraph
REMOVING THE BATTERY.
Remove the side fairing as directed in the paragraph
REMOVING THE SIDE FAIRINGS.
6
Remove the cable from frame grommets (7).
Remove sheath (8).
5
7
4
7
7
8
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REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE
ASSEMBLY
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Remove the cable from the assembly as described in
the paragraph REMOVING THE REAR BRAKE
CABLE.
Loosen and remove the two screws (1) so as to
disengage and remove the two arms (2) from the
braking assembly.
2
2
1
1
ADJUSTING THE REAR BRAKE
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Perform the operations described in the paragraph
ADJUSTING THE FRONT BRAKE.
REMOVING THE DERAILLEUR ASSEMBLY
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Remove the chain from the sprocket wheel as described in the paragraph REMOVING THE REAR
WHEEL ASSEMBLY.
Loosen and remove nut (1) so as to disengage cable
(2) from derailleur (3).
Loosen and remove screw (4).
Remove derailleur (3) and disengage it from chain (5).
To refit the derailleur assembly, follow the same
procedure in reverse order.
3
4
5
1
2
ADJUSTING THE DERAILLEUR
Read through the section PRECAUTIONS AND
GENERAL INFORMATION.
Put the vehicle on the stand.
Turn the power switch to OFF.
Perform the adjustment by turning adjuster (1) in or
out.
Finer adjustment can be obtained by using the two
stops (2).
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WIRING DIAGRAM
function
switch
motor
battery charger
buzzer
indicator
NORM
ECO
T2
OV
HILL
V
R
N
N
R
N
R
R
G
N
R
Bl
R
N
Ar
connector
Ar
N
Bl
G
R
main
switch
24V
Bl
T1
T1
5A
3
V
V
1
5A
KEY
1 Recharge circuit thermistor (Delta-T control, Tmax control).
2 Discharge circuit thermistor (reduces current
demand when temperature is lower than 0° C).
3 Thermal switch (stops recharging if battery
temperature reaches 75° C).
■ = Discharge connectors (to controller)
● = Recharge connectors (to battery charger)
brake
switch
OV
12V
VM
N
G
G
SPDIN
G
Bl
30A
30A
0V
24V
VM
BL
12V
N
BL
24V
CONTROLLER
OV
T2
OV
SW1 e YSW2
LOCK
R
N
24V
V
Bi
T1
2
R
R
24V
OV
T OV
BRAKE
battery
N
V
Bi v
N
connector
12V
R
TOQ IN
Bl
OV
N
torque
sensor
speed
sensor
CABLE COLOURS
Ar
Az
B
Bi
G
Gr
M
N
R
V
Vi
Ro
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light blue
blue
white
yellow
grey
brown
black
red
green
violet
pink
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Workshop manual
Fornacette (PI) - ITALY
Enjoy Racing
Enjoy City
Via G. Galilei, 1
30033 Noale (VE)
Tel. +39 (0) 41 - 5829111
Fax +39 (0) 41 - 441054
www.aprilia.com
www.serviceaprilia.com
Italy
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