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For details, see [[Unofficial_Service_Manual#Motor_Sounds|Motor Sounds]] from the service manual page.
 
For details, see [[Unofficial_Service_Manual#Motor_Sounds|Motor Sounds]] from the service manual page.
  
;[[White Noise]]
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;Semi-stationary noises
 
: The motor will make a noise when the controller is on and the motor is rotated (by the wheels or shaft).
 
: The motor will make a noise when the controller is on and the motor is rotated (by the wheels or shaft).
 
: This is called "cogging" and is normal as long as it sounds like white noise.
 
: This is called "cogging" and is normal as long as it sounds like white noise.
 
: The noise results from the controller applying a white noise field to the motor to detect motor position changes precisely so that it can apply torque correctly without jerking the bike.
 
: The noise results from the controller applying a white noise field to the motor to detect motor position changes precisely so that it can apply torque correctly without jerking the bike.
  
;[[Motor Whine]]
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;Moving noises
 
: The motor typically makes a very clean-sounding tone while under power.
 
: The motor typically makes a very clean-sounding tone while under power.
 
: This sound's frequency varies with RPM / speed and sounds the strongest at around 20-30mph (30-50kph).
 
: This sound's frequency varies with RPM / speed and sounds the strongest at around 20-30mph (30-50kph).

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