Hillhater wrote:Hi Carlosco, unless you are trying to keep some level of "legality" by retaining the original controller, i would change it out now before it fails like most of them seem to eventually...and replacements are very expensive !
That will also eliminate the need for the 12v control supply.
Once you have tried a Ebike with out the interference of torque and speed sensors, i doubt you will want to go back.
Also, putting the batteries on the rear (rack ?) is a backwards step from a riding "feel" point of view. Read some of the threads, and you will understand why most keen Ebikers end up with the batteries "inside" the frame rails ..just like Aprilia did
Samd wrote:. not sure if there is a standard bike tool for castlenuts?...
Samd wrote:...torquesensor seems to need to come out from inside the 'box. I just cut my wires off and leave em in the case....
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