BikeSpeed - RS Tuning Kit Installation for Yamaha motors

Installation for Yamaha PW

1. Please remove the battery before working on your bicycle!

Remove the two front fastening screws (1+2) of the motor and slightly loosen the third one (3). This screw serves as a „hinge“ for folding down the motor.

2. It is possible that your motoris attached to more screws of further covers. These have to be removed as well. (see example, one screw on the left and right of each arrow):

3. When the motoris folded down, expose the two connectors tothe display (4-pole, white) and the speed sensor (3-pole, white) and unplug them. Therefore please press the retaining tabs at the arrow-marked sites.
4. Connect the bikespeed-RS by plugging in between the two separated (step 3) connectors. Please make sure that all 4 connections are locked correctly. Store your bikespeed-RS with the connectors into the frame tube upwards to the display. Make sure the cables and connectors stored properly so that they cannot be squeezed while lifting the motor. Lift up the motor again and screw it in reverse order. Look to it while tightening the motor screws to the specified torque of the manufacturer. (usually 22 Nm)

Installation for Yamaha PW-SE, PW-ST or PW-X

1. Please remove the battery before working on your bicycle!

Remove the lower anti-skid cover. This is held by 4 Allen screw (size 4) and remove the cover.
2. On the side with the chainring, loosen and remove the shown fastening screw with a size 5 Allen key.
3. Unscrew the shown screw with an Allen key size 5. There is a recess in the chainring, with which the screw can be reached with a ball-head. Loosen the screw only slightly, it serves as a hinge!
4. Loosen and remove the screw 1 with an Allen key size 6. Loosen the screw 2 slightly. This also serves as a hinge to lower the motor.
5. Foldthe motordown. Be careful when doing this. It may be that it is a little tense. Please do not tear or crush cables.
6. Disconnect the 5-pin connector (1). This is stowed in the frame tube upwards. The white lock can be opened with the fingernail or a small slotted screwdriver. This remains then in the open position (see next picture) .
7. The open lock. In this position, the plugs can now be easily separated.
8. Disconnect the 3-pin connector (2). This is stowed in the frame tube upwards. The lock can also be released at the arrow with the fingernail or a small slotted screwdriver.
9.Connect the 4 connectors of the bikespeed-RS to the newly released connectors on your bike.
10. Stow the bikespeed-RS as well as all connectors and cables in the frame tube.
11. Fold the motorcarefully back up into its position. Be careful notto squeeze or hurt cables. The motor can then be held in position with the screw previously removed. Re-tighten the motor in the reverse order. When tightening the motor screws, make sure that the motor screws are tightened as prescribed manufacturer's torque.

Installation for Yamaha Syncdrive-C or Syncdrive-Sport up to motor year 2016

1. Please remove the battery before working on your bicycle!

Remove the two front fastening screws (1+2) of the motor and slightly loosen the third one (3). This screw serves as a „hinge“ for folding down the motor.
2. It is possible that your motoris attached to more screws of further covers. These have to be removed as well. (see example):
3. When the motoris folded down, exposethe two connectorsto the display (up to 5-pole, black) and the speed sensor (3-pole, white) and unplug them. Therefore please press the retaining tabs at the arrow-marked sites.
4. Connect the bikespeed-RS by plugging in between the two separated (step 3) connectors. Please make sure that all 4 connections are locked correctly. Store your bikespeed-RS with the connectors into the frame tube upwards to the display. Make sure the cables and connectors stored properly so that they cannot be squeezed while lifting the motor. Lift up the motor again and screw it in reverse order. Look to it while tightening the motor screws to the specified torque of the manufacturer.

Installation for Yamaha Syncdrive-Sport, Syncdrive-Life or -Pro from motor year 2017 or newer

1. Please remove the battery before working on your bicycle!

Remove the battery by turning the key and pulling out the battery.
2. Loosen the 4 screws of the battery holder with the Allen key.
3. To loosen or remove the side panel parts, you must first lift the battery holder gently. The two tabs must be pushed out upward from the side panel parts. Be careful, do not tear off any cables!
4. Loosen and remove the 3screws of the right motorcover and the underrun guard with a suitable Allen key.
5. Loosen and remove the 3 screws of the left motorcover with a suitable Allen key. Then remove the cover. The cover can be slipped over the crank handle
6. Loosen the third screw (3) and use it later as a hinge to fold down the motor.
7. Loosen and remove two motor screws (1 + 2) with a suitable Allen key. Attention: The screws can be of different lengths! Remember this for assembling! Keep the motor in position and read next step.
8. Bend the right cover carefully away from the frame. The motor can be fold down then.
9. Loosen the white 8-pin and white3-pin connector on the motor. If you can not find the connectors directly, please follow the cables in the frame. The connectors are secured with a snap-in lug. Press it gently. (E.g., with a narrow slotted screwdriver).
10. Connect the 4 connectors of the bikespeed-RS with the corresponding counterparts of the newly disconnected connections. Please use exclusively white connectors! If you can not find the 3-pin white connector, please follow the cable from the speed-sensor at the rear wheel.
11. Stow all in the frame tube, the bikespeed-RS, the connectors and the cables.
12. Fold the motor up again, making sure that no cables were squeezed. Reattach the motor using the previously released screws.
13. Install the motor, the covers, the chainring, the pedal cranks, the battery holder again in reverse order. Please ensure that the motor screws has to be tighten to the specified torque of the manufacturer (usually 20 Nm; information without guarantee) Please ensure that the chainring nut has to be tighten to the specified torque of the manufacturer (usually 40 Nm; information without guarantee).