Step 1: Remove the brake unit. Look for the 2 screws on the arm and remove both of them. Step 2: Remove the fender above the wheel.The fender is held with 4 screws. Step 3: Loosen the screws found at the top of the gold arms. This helps us create space in removing the wheel. (Note: Do not remove the screws, just loosen it)
Step 4: Proceed to the wheel nuts. Heat-gun the nuts to temporarily liquify the loctite. Once done, pry the nut loose and remove it. Do it on the other side. Step 5: Remove the outer pins for both sides and remove the wheel. Once done, remove the inner locking pins. Step 6: Deflate the tire. You will hear a whistle once the air rushes out. Step 7: You should see 6 screws around the rim. Remove all of the screws. Once the screws are out, just pull the tires towards you. You can also pull out the rim after. Step 8: Replace the inner/outer tube and reinstall the rim. Make sure that the air nozzle is inserted through the hole on the rim. Step 9: To install the motor, find the divot on the motor and make sure to line the nozzle up with that divot. Reinstall the screws and tighten them down.
Step 10: Put the inner pins back. Make sure that the tongue on the pin is facing away from the scooter and is hanging on the bottom of the scooter. Do it on the other side
Step 11: Lift the wheel up and into the arms.
Step 12: Place the outer pins back. Make sure that the tongue is up and latching into that hook in the arm.
Step 13: Take the nuts and tighten them down on each side. If you have loctite, put that on.
Step 14: Tuck the brake cable into the arm and reinstall the brake unit.
Step 15: Tighten the screws above the arms. Lastly, reinstall the fender.
Assembling the steering damper on your Kaabo Mantis Pro SE
Step 1:Remove the front fender then the bolts at the base of the stem. Step 2:Align the base plate up against the stem and thread the bolt back in Step 3:Take the M5x20mm and screw it upwards to the smaller cylinder Step 4:With your M6x20mm screwed in the base plate, take your M6x30mm screw and slide it down the sides. Make sure that the 30 mm screw is facing opposite side of the 20mm Step 5:Position the base plate on the scooter and screw the connecting piece on the side. Step 6:Once everything is firm, take the longer cylinder and screw it to the exposed M6x20mm screw.
To put the steering dampener on:
Step 1:Position the steering dampener. Use the M8x30mm screw to the front base plate. Step 2:Use the M8x20mm screw to the back base plate
Step 1: Remove the stem by unscrewing the paired screws holding the stem to the hinge.
Step 2: Once the other screw is removed, push the remaining screw out of the stem.
Step 3: Lift the stem up.
Step 4: Let’s remove the front tire. First, unscrew and remove the front fender.
Step 5: Unscrew the other side of the arm to give enough wiggle room for the tire.
Step 6: Unscrew the bolt from either side of the tire and slide the tire out.
Step 7: Place the tire on the side and unscrew the stem bolt completely.
Step 8: Remove the screws holding the hinge. The hinge is sealed with an adhesive, so use a heat gun to loosen it.
Step 9: Remove the old hinge and insert the new one.
Step 10: Thread all the screws back in.
Step 11: Connect the stem again. Once everything is firm, screw the stem bolt back in place.
Step 12: Take the tire and slide it back to its place. Make sure that the motor wire is facing the deck.
Step 13: Slide the washers and place the thread the bolt back on each side.
Step 14: Reinstall the front fender.
Step 15: Unfold the stem and make sure to check if everything is working before riding the scooter.
Replacing Stem Bolt
Step 1: Unscrew and remove the front fender
Step 2: Unscrew and remove the stem bolt
Step 3: Insert the new stem bolt and screw it in.
Step 4: Place the fender back and secure the screws.
(Make sure that everything is tight before heading out fo a ride.)
Changing Brake Pads
Step 1: Locate the pin holding the pads in place.
Step 2: Using pliers, unbend the right angle made at the end of the pin
Step 3: Pull the pin once it is straightened and lift the old pads.
Step 4: Slide the old pads out of the metal casing and replace it with the new ones
Step 5: Place the metal casing back to the brake unit.
Step 6: Place the pin back and bend it.
Replacing Brake Caliper and Line on the MPSE & WW
How to replace the rear caliper for Mantis PRO SE:
Step 1: Unscrew the rear caliper from its base. Step 2: On the left lever, grip the plastic cap with pliers.or your fingers and pull it back so we can see the screw. Step 3: Loosen the screw on the lever and pull the line out. Step 4: Cut the zip ties that keep the cable in place. Step 5: Remove the 2 screws from the front cover, pull out the cover and let it hang. Step 6: Find the line organizer piece located at the opening beneath the stem and unscrew it. Step 7: Unscrew the 3 screws on the back cover, gently pull it out and let it hang there. Step 8: Slightly lift the mat along the edges to remove the two strips of tape covering it. Step 9: Unscrew the 10 screws holding the plate (deck cover) down. Step 10: Remove the cover and lift the battery up. Step 11:Cut the old line below the stem and pull the line out
Important note: Make sure that you allow the oil to drip completely before pulling the line out.
Step 12: Take your new brake caliper and attach it to the base. Step 13: Wire the line through the cavity along the edge of the scooter and into the battery cavity. Step 14: Guide the line through the slot at the front right of the cavity. Push the line upwards and out of the slot. Step 15: Push the line up the stem. Once you can see the tip of the line through the hole, begin pushing it towards you. Step 16: Grab the tip of the line and pull it through completely. Step 17: Take the plastic cover and lever screw from earlier and slide them on to the new line. Step 18: Get the small gold piece from the caliper kit and slide it into the line. Step 19: Remove the small gold cap at the end of the line and insert the new line to the lever. Step 20: Secure the line by tightening the screw and slide the plastic cover. Step 21: Fill up the brake line with brake fluid until full. Step 22: Find a way to hold the lever into a de-press position. Head down to the caliper and tighten the screws to the base. Once done, unbind the lever. Step 23: Put the front plastic cover back on and guide it back to the scooter carefully. Step 24: Once the screw holes line at the bottom, secure it with the screws. Secure the line organizer and put the rear plastic cover back. Step 25: Place the battery back to the cavity and put the metal cover back on. Once done, put all the 10 screws back.
How to replace the front caliper:
Step 1: Unscrew the rear caliper from its base. Step 2: On the right lever, grip the plastic cap with pliers.or your fingers and pull it back so we can see the screw. Step 3:Loosen the screw on the lever and pull the line out. Step 4: Find the zip ties holding the line of the front caliper and cut them. Step 5: Cut the brake line right above the caliper and let the brake fluid drain out onto a paper towel. Once completely drained, pull the line out from the top. Step 6: Screw the new caliper to the front base and leave it slightly loose. Step 7: Start threading the line up the stem and push the tip of the line once you see it through the hole. Step 8: Attach the plastic cover, then the screw and finally the small gold piece. Step 9: Remove the gold cap at the end of the line, and stick the line in the slot. Step 10: Secure the line by tightening the screw and slide the plastic cover. Step 11: Fill up the brake line with brake fluid until full. Step 12: Find a way to hold the lever into a de-press position. Head down to the caliper and tighten the screws to the base. Once done, unbind the lever.
How to change the calipers for the WW:
Step 1: Unscrew the rear caliper from its base. Step 2: On the left lever, grip the plastic cap with pliers.or your fingers and pull it back so we can see the screw. Step 3: Loosen the screw on the lever and pull the line out. Step 4: Undo the velcro straps keeping the line covers in place along the stem and remove the line cover as well. Step 5: Slightly lift up the deck pad and unscrew the seven screws holding the deck.Once done, lift up the board and the plastic liner beneath it and put it aside. Step 6: Unscrew the fender and the 3 screws holding the front cover in place Step 7: Cut the brake line. Make sure to drain the brake fluid completely before pulling the line out. Step 8: Attach the new caliper to the rear base. Step 9: Push the line through the body cavity. Guide the line through the cavity and through the opening of the front cavity.One through, guide it to the top lever. Step 10: Slide the plastic cover, the screw and the and the small gold piece from the new caliper set on the brake line. Step 11:Remove the gold cap at the end of the line and stick the line in the lever slot. Tighten the screw and slide the plastic cover over Step 12: Refill the brake fluid. Once full, hold the lever to a de-press position and tighten the calipers to its base.Unbind the lever once done. Step 13: Place the deck cover back and secure it with the screws. Step 14: Screw the front cover back. Once done, make sure to install the fender. Step 15: Put the cord liner back along the cords and velcro it in place.
How to replace front caliper for WW
Step 1: Unscrew the front caliper from its base. Step 2: On the right lever, grip the plastic cap with pliers.or your fingers and pull it back so we can see the screw. Step 3: Loosen the screw on the lever and pull the line out. Step 4: Undo the velcro straps keeping the line covers in place along the stem and remove the line cover as well.Remove the old line and caliper completely Step 5: Screw the new caliper to the front base. Step 6: Start threading the line up the stem. of the front cavity.Slide the plastic cover, the screw and the and the small gold piece from the new caliper set on the brake line. Step 7: Remove the gold cap at the end of the line and stick the line in the lever slot. Tighten the screw and slide the plastic cover over Step 8: Refill the brake fluid. Once full, hold the lever to a de-press position and tighten the calipers to its base.Unbind the lever once done. Step 9: Put the cord liner back along the cords and velcro it in place.
Refilling Brake Fluid
Step 1: Remove the screw on the brake lever. Position the lever where the screw is facing the ceiling.
Step 2:Once the screw and washer is removed, screw in the hose attachment.
Step 3: Slide the syringe into the hose
Step 4: If the connection is secured already, pour the hydraulic oil and insert the plunger to start pushing the fluid into the lever.
Step 5: Start pumping the brake lever continuously. Make sure that there are no longer bubbles coming out of the hose before you stop pumping the lever.
Step 6: Finally, place the original screw and washer back to the lever.
Changing the Controller
EY3 P Settings
Turn on display by holding down the power button Cycle through general display functions by pressing -Mode Press the speed step (dot) button to customize the setting Long press mode to access P-settings
P0 - Wheel diameter (Do not change)
Mantis - set to 10
WW and WK- set to 11
P1- System voltage (Do not change) P2- number of motor poles (Do not change) P3- Speed signal selection (Do not change) P4- Unit of measurement (1 - miles, 0 - Kilometres) P5- Kick or throttle start (1 - kick , 0 - throttle) P6- Cruise control (0 - Off, 1 - On)
You can use it usually for long trips.
If you hold the throttle for 5 seconds, releasing it will keep the current speed.
To stop the Cruise control, tap the throttle lightly or use the brakes
P7 - Acceleration of the scooter (0 - Highest , 5 - Slowest) P8 - Maximum voltage output (Display by percentage) P9 - Energy saving mode (1 - Max energy saving, 3 - No energy saving)
PA - Electric braking strength (0 - Off, 1 - Little, 5 - Strong) PB - Display brightness (0 - No background light, 5 - Brightest) PC - Auto turn off time in mins (Can customize between 1-30 mins) PD - ABS braking (0 - Off, 1 - On)
Exclamation mark - Seen when you hit the brakes. But if the error code appears without hitting the brakes, that means you have a faulty brake.
Throttle error- This means throttle issue.
Letter M error- This means a motor issue has occurred.
Eco Turbo - Help save battery and use for longer rides. Reduces top speed and motor performance. Single Dual- Will determine if both motors are active. Tapping the button will cycle between these two options.
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