852 Throttle Replacement

Follow the steps below to replace the throttle on your 852.

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     Tools Needed: 4mm allen wrench, 3mm allen wrench

     Compatible Models: Flyer™ 852


Getting the Bike Ready for Servicing

  1. Remove the seat.

    1 - Remove Seat.gif

  2. Remove the battery.

    2 - Remove Battery.gif

  3. Press and hold the power button the display to discharge any remaining power in the bike.

    3 - Test Display.gif


Removing the Old Throttle

  1. Follow the cable coming out of the throttle until you reach the throttle connection.
  2. Uncoil the cable wrap starting at the front brake lever.

    4 - Unwind Cable Wrap.gif

  3. Directly pull apart the display connector. Do not twist the connector.

    5 - Disconnect Throttle.gif

  4. Use a 3mm allen wrench to loosen the inner handgrip bolt. Use a 4mm allen wrench to loosen the outer handgrip bolt.

    7 - Loosen Handgrip Bolts.gif

  5. Use a 3mm allen wrench to loosen the throttle clamp bolt.

    6 - Loosen Throttle Bolt.gif

  6. Remove the endcap, handgrip, and throttle.

    8 - Remove Grip & Throttle.gif

Installing the New Throttle

  1. Slide the new throttle in place next to the front brake lever followed by the handgrip, outer clamp and endcap.

    9 - Install New Throttle & Grip.gif

  2. Adjust the handgrip to the desired position prior to tightening in place.

    10 - Reposition Handgrip.gif

  3. Tighten the inner handgrip bolt with a 3mm allen wrench. Tighten outer handgrip bolt with a 4mm allen wrench.

    11 - Secure Handgrip.gif

  4. Tighten the throttle bolt with a 3mm allen wrench.

    12 - Secure New Throttle.gif

  5. Reconnect the throttle wire by lining up the pins and holes and embossed arrows on both connector heads. Press firmly to join connectors, do not use any twisting motion.

    13 - Connect New Throttle.gif

  6. Rewind the cable wrap.

    14 - Rewind Cable Wrap.gif

Preparing to Ride

  1. Reinstall the battery.

    15 - Reinstall Battery.gif

  2. Reinstall the seat. Secure by firmly clamping in place.

    16 - Reinstall Seat.gif

  3. Test bike fully before riding.

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