Sold. The motor is now on a Giant Defy 1.Alan B wrote:Nice Bacchetta!
How is it working out?
Giant Defy 1 by Andrew, on Flickr
All cwah has done is post which means he or she is now getting notifications when posts are made.alfantastic wrote:?????cwah wrote:Subscribed
That does look like a reed sensor.CdnE90 wrote:Does anyone know if the Filzer uses a reed sensor? (http://www.mec.ca/product/5005-085/filz ... iring-kit/)
Thanks. I suspect I have the same issues then. I have a wired speedo or two around the place I Might try those.astmacca wrote:http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... 28&t=65281I am getting an Error 21 this morning which I know is the speed sensor.
This thread any use??
I also have a chainline issue so I am interested in your custom option. Do you have a link by any chance?Ade wrote: and a custom 42t chainring which will bring the chainline back in to where it should be, all of which should help with chain slips, chain drops and broken links.
If it is coming via DHL (postal services) then this is pretty typical in my experience.tomjasz wrote:Still nothing. Tracking still shows no progress beyond the acceptance in Poland. Grrrrrrr
I have my controller set to External, Wheel Meter. Is this what you have as zero?Ken Taylor wrote: [Basic]
Is zero correct for Work Mode?[Pedal Assist]
Is this correct as I thought there was only 9 levels of assist.[Throttle Handle]
Does this mean Current?
Thankspjgold wrote:The limited percent rpm is a direct percentage of the max rpm of the BBS unit which is...
120 rpm for a BBS02
80 rpm for a BBS01
So on a BBS02 75%=90 rpm and 67%=80 rpm
However a BBS01 100%=80 rpm and 75%=60 rpm