• Seasonal Maintenance Tips plus icon minus icon
  •  Clean: Remove and clean power meter and chainrings using a mild soap and water solution. Check: Check all bolts for correct torque values. The crank arm retention bolt should be torqued to 48-54nm... See more
  • General Maintenance Needs plus icon minus icon
  • Quarq power meters require no maintenance beyond basic cleaning and replacing the battery when needed. It is also recommended (if the power meter is on firmware older than version 10) that the powe... See more
  • Recommended Cleaning Practices plus icon minus icon
  • When: Your power meter is part of your drive train and should be treated as such. Anytime you clean and lubricate your chain or cassette is a good time to clean your power meter. This might be as s... See more
  • Factory Calibration Needs plus icon minus icon
  • Current generation Quarq power meters do NOT require periodic factory torque calibration. The power meter's slope (set during the factory calibration) is very stable and can be trusted over the lif... See more