The Stig wrote:solarx wrote:Here is another little interesting snippit I found online while doing more research. Seems some Metro's have an OffRoad-Boost button right next to the throttle.
Anybody know if that is a feature of the EU/pedal assist bikes? Or if controler just dumps more unregulated amps into the motor?
In england and probably the rest of the EU the A2B Metro is limited to 250W unless you press that "off road button" then it becomes a normal 500W A2B Metro.
I'm in Aus and don't have that button at all... GPS confirmed ~25kph as stated in the 200W 25kph limit owners manual.
Does anyone have photos of their relay box wiring with that "offroad switch" traced to where it goes?
I just checked and didn't find any obvious connector that plugged or unplugged that changed the wheel speed.
Just the LED lights and throttle in black plugs, battery relay and battery wires in white plugs, black/grey plugs, and the brake kill switch signals white/black. I unplugged the front brake kill switch for burnouts
I'm just stumped for de-restricting it now, hopefully something on the controller board inside... but still a pain.
My relay box said model C on it, in case othershave the offroad switch wires additionally in there.