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Apollo Phantom V3 Maintenance GuideUpdated 6 months ago

The following maintenance table should be used to determine when to inspect certain parts of the scooter, when to change certain components, and when to re-torque specific bolts and fasteners.


This maintenance table is specific to the Apollo Phantom V3 scooter and will be modified as needed. You can also find a copy of this maintenance table in the User Manual here


How to read this maintenance table: 

  • The column headers indicate how frequently you should check the component listed in the first shaded column. For example:

    • You should check the tire pressure each ride  

    • You should ensure the wheel nuts are tightened every 50km

    • You should ensure the fender screws are not coming loose every 500km

    • You should perform a full inspection of the suspension every 1000km


50km / Every Ride

Maintenance ActionInstructions
Check the tire pressureRefer to 5:50 in our video Apollo Phantom 2023 Setup Guide
Ensure the brakes are functionsRefer to 4:23 in our video Apollo Phantom 2023 Setup Guide
Ensure the lights work properlyRefer to 3:50 in our video Apollo Phantom 2023 Setup Guide
Ensure the locking mechanism is tightRefer to 3:35 in our video Apollo Phantom 2023 Setup Guide
Ensure that all the handlebar components are properly tightenedRefer to 2:25 in our video Apollo Phantom 2023 Setup Guide
Ensure no looseness in the steering systemRefer to 2:50 in our video Apollo Phantom 2023 Setup Guide


50km


Maintenance ActionInstructions
Ensure the brakes are properly adjustedHow To: Apollo Phantom Brake Adjustment 
Re-tension the locking mechanism
Ensure the wheel nuts are properly tightenedFor all screw tightening items, refer to the screw charts at the bottom of this page
Ensure the headset is properly adjustedFor all screw tightening items, refer to the screw charts at the bottom of this page


500km


Maintenance ActionInstructions
Lubricate brakes (mechanical only)
How To: Apollo Phantom Brake Adjustment 
Grease the suspension pinHow To: Apollo Phantom Suspension Adjustment 
Review battery health in the AppIf you need assistance with this, reach out to our team using the Smart Assistant in the bottom right hand corner of this screen
Ensure the motor bolts are properly tightenedFor all screw tightening items, refer to the screw charts at the bottom of this page
Ensure the main direction bolt is at the correct torque (40Nm - 50 Nm) For all screw tightening items, refer to the screw charts at the bottom of this page
Ensure the fender screws are not coming looseRefer to 2:00 in our video How To: Replace the Fender on the Apollo Phantom


1000km


Maintenance ActionInstructions
Change tiresHow To: Apollo Phantom Inner Tuber and Tire Replacement 
Change brake padsHow To: Apollo Phantom Brake Replacement 
Change the main direction boltIf you need assistance with this, reach out to our team using the Smart Assistant in the lower right hand corner of this page


For all of the screw and bolt tightening items above, please refer to the screw charts below to find the one you are looking for:


Apollo Phantom Hydraulic Brakes



Apollo Phantom Mechanical Brakes


We are now offering General Maintenance Packages at a discounted rate! You can take advantage of these offerings by making an appointment at one of our Apollo Hub Repair Centres. Our A-Crew can perform the services for you and make sure your scooter is in perfect riding condition! 


More information on booking maintenance and repairs.


Full outline of pricing and what is included in our General Maintenance packages.

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