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Sonic Electric Scooter (Video Intro)

Posted on: October 8th, 2014 by Pulse

These series of videos will show you how to assemble your Sonic Electric Scooter and perform essential replacements. The videos are clearly shot walkthroughs and are narrated in steps, so that the viewer can easily perform each procedure on one’s own scooter. By watching these videos you will learn how easy it is to enjoy your Sonic Electric Scooter for many years by performing simple upkeep. The videos cover everything from tire inflation to chain replacement.

Sonic Electric Scooter

Pulse Performance – Tire Tube Replacement

Pulse gives a demonstration on how to properly replace a tire tube. Before beginning make sure the scooter power switch is turned off, and then carefully follow the directions about what steps and tools to utilize when replacing the tire tube.

Pulse Performance – Stem Tube Assembly

Make sure the scooter power switch is turned off before beginning the stem tube assembly. Then follow the video’s easy direction to assemble a stem tube and then use a 5mm hex wench to make sure all the hardware is safely secured.

Pulse Performance – Rear Wheel Replacement

Replacing a rear wheel on a Sonic Electric scooter isn’t difficult, but involves meticulously unscrewing the parts and then installing them into the replacement wheel. Watch carefully the step-by-step instructions this video demonstrates before installing a rear wheel replacement.

Pulse Performance – Motor Replacement

Motor replacement is one of the more involved replacement procedures, so make sure to watch the video carefully. You will need a 4 mm hex wrench and a Phillips screwdriver to properly perform the motor replacement.

Pulse Performance – Tire Inflation

No one wants to ride a scooter with flat tires! This video will show you how easy it is to inflate a tire with a bicycle style tire pump.

Pulse Performance – Handlebar Assembly

Handlebar assembly involves installing the handlebar with a clamp and then screwing the parts in place. You will need a 5 mm hex wrench and a 10 mm open end wrench to perform the assembly properly.

Pulse Performance – Front Wheel Replacement

Front wheel replacement is a simple procedure that involves unscrewing the old wheel and then screwing in the new wheel. You will need a 12 mm and 14 mm hex wrench to perform the replacement.

Pulse Performance – Chain Tensioner Replacement

Installing a chain tensioner replacement is a simple procedure that starts with removing the side covers. You will need a 4 mm hex wrench and a 10 mm open end wrench to perform the replacement.

Pulse Performance – Chain Replacement

Performing a chain replacement is one of the involved replacements and utilizes a variety of wrenches and a Phillips screwdriver. Watch the video closely to ensure that you perform the replacement correctly, and start with removing the side covers after making sure the scooter is turned off.

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