Being able to laugh at one's own shortcomings is one of the best thing one can do to and for oneself. Cheers!goinmobile wrote:Cutting wires on ALL the tested controllers, even throttles, as memory does fail me. I blunder with this & hand coordination every day, some days every hour. Don't distract me while I hold liquid solder! Approach with safety glasses. Surviving is laughing them off, make reminder notes that are not in the right location at the right time.
I don't eat ice cream cones as that's real funny, feed the nose instead of the mouth occasionally , cold tongue mumbling "no I don't want a spoon" to concerned help, their eyebrows furrow deeper with concern over the speech impairment, then I crack up. Most always ends in understanding unless the concerned bolts. Day 6 or 7 downtime? haha.
SamTexas wrote:d8veh, I never knew that a potentiometer can be used instead of a throttle. I'm going to try it myself. Thanks.
Sounds like you have both of them active simultaneously? Are you paralleling the 3 wires before connecting them to the controller?d8veh wrote:Once you get used to switching it on and off, you might find it better than a normal throttle depending on your riding style. Even though I have a normal throttle as well,...
What 1" cube project boxes? What do they look like and where can I get them?d8veh wrote:... If you can get one of those little 1" cube project boxes, you can fit a toggle switch on the side rigt where your thumb goes.
No worries. Ebrake is not an option for me, it's a requirement.d8veh wrote:Edit:
I'd advise you not to do it unless you've got brake cut-outs other than for testing.
Kin wrote:Pots, on the downside, are more liable to have problems with weather and age/oxidation related change in resistance.
goinmobile wrote:The importer replied that pots will damage the jc-116 controller & his entire product line with incorrect current.
He told me to use his throttles before,
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