Insert the amp-connector.stl part to the amp-box-cover.stl part with the cutouts lined up. The connector clip should protrude out facing the printed side of the amp-box-cover.stl part.
Place the MAX9744 amplifier into the amp-box-cover.stl part with the mounting holes lined up. Position the amp-box.stl part on top of the MAX9744, snapping to the amp-box-cover.stl part with the cutouts aligned up to the ports on the board.
Use 4 Philips screws to mount the amp-box-cover.stl and amp-box.stl together, the screws should fasten the MAX9744 to both parts. Use one hand to press the three parts together while you tighten the Philips screws.
Firmly slide the amp-clamp.stl part into the clip of the amp-connector.stl part so both pieces are flush with each other.
Align up the bottom of amp-knob.stl part and with the 1k potentiometer so it slides in and press it down.
Position the amp box with the power port facing the right side, and the headphone jack facing the front of the bike.
Clip the fully assembled amp enclosure to the bike frame. Insert a phillips screw through the hole in both tabs and secure it with the nut. If the clamps doesn't quite match up with the radius of your bike frame, you will need to edit the model.
Align up the speaker-bracket.stl part to basket mounting bracket located in the front of the handle bars. Use 2 Phillips screws and nut to secure the speaker-bracket.stl part to the basket mounting bracket.
Thread the speaker wires through the speaker-cap.stl part. Make sure to have a good connect with the jumper wires to the speaker's left and right terminals. Snap the speaker-cap.stl part into the speaker-bottom.stl part.
Attach speaker-bracket.stl to the front basket mount with two phillips screws and nuts.
Insert the phone-battery-connector.stl part into the battery-clip.stl part with the cut outs lined up. Connect the battery-clamp.stl part to the phone-battery-connector.stl part. Fit the 8 X AA Batter pack to the battery-clip.stl with the cable facing closest to the amp box. Use a phillips screw and nut to secure the battery-clamp.stl part to the top frame of the bike.
Insert the phone-battery-connector.stl part into the phone-clip.stl part with the cut outs lined up. Connect the phone-clamp.stl part to the phone-battery-connector.stl part. Use a phillips screw and nut to secure the phone-clamp.stl part to the handle bars. Fit your Phone to the phone-clip.stl part with the cables facing closest to the amp box.
Ensure all the screws are tightly fastened. The parts should not interfere with any parts of the bike frame when turning the wheeling.
Plug in the power connector to the amplifier and turn on the switch. Use a 3mm stereo audio cable to connect the MAX9744 amplifier to your audio device. Turn up the volume by turning the potentiometer and play your tunes while you cruise in style!
This guide was first published on Apr 28, 2014. It was last updated on Apr 28, 2014.
This page (Assembly) was last updated on May 21, 2020.