Flitescooter Maintenance

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Post ride Bladder and Core

1.Wash the inflatable bladder with warm soapy water and dry before storage.

2.The inflatable bladder can remain inflated, or be deflated and stored on or off the carbon insert to suit your storage preference.

3. The Core should also be washed with warm soapy water and given a good wipe down cleaning any sand or debris from the mast flange and Flitecell lid compartment seals.


Regular Bladder maintenance

1. The inflatable bladder can be checked for leaks and repaired using the supplied repair kit.

2. 15 – 16 PSI is the recommended inflation pressure.


eFoil and Stem/console

1. The eFoil should be washed with freshwater after every use and is recommended to be wiped down with Isopropyl alcohol or WD-40. Especially targeting the areas where salt, grime and sand can build up arounds the cracks near fuselage, mast flange, tail and end cap.

2. Do not spray water over the Flitebox or power cables instead localise this by wetting a microfibre towel with soapy water and rubbing clean.

3. A good Idea is to spray some contact cleaner periodically into the power cable connections and give a good clean out. 

4. The stem and console can be cleaned in the same way as the eFoil. Some water should be focused periodically on the inside of the stem and console to free any salt build up internally or around the thumb trigger. 


Wireless Safety Key and controller

1. The Safety Key and Controller should be washed with warm soapy water and given a good rub and dry with a microfibre towel. Some freshwater should be sprayed around the trigger to clean any sand or debris.



FliteScooter and all its components should be stored in a dry, clean environment away from direct sunlight and in its bags or carry cases. 

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