“Silent” is the new standard for indoor Smart Trainers, however there’s one thing most of them are anything but silent with – freehub noise while coasting. This video covers how to quieten down the freehub on the Tacx Neo 2T, Wahoo Kickr 18, and the Saris H3 Direct Drive Smart Trainers.
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2 thoughts on “How to Make your Smart Trainer QUIETER! 🚴🤫”
Hi Shane, what kind of grease did you use to quite the fly wheel / trainer. I have a kickr 18. Thx.
A challenge for you: make the Wahoo Headwind quiet! There’s a “rattle” to it depending on orientation and I’m certain it’s the plastic shell, feet, and wheels, not the “guts”. I reckon that’d be a MUCH easier project for you since it’s just taking the clamshell apart.