Congratulations! The Bullitt is a nice bike, but it is a little small if you need to regularily carry to kids in the cargo box. You might also find it tricky to install the TSDZ2 on a Bullitt. Older frames (like mine) have slightly different welds around the bottom bracket area that allow you to install it if you grind away a little on the tsdz2 motor casings. I posted about this way back in 2016 when I did the install. I think the Bullitt frame has had some subtle changes to make it stiffer and to reinforce it. The results are more fat welds around that area.casainho wrote: ↑Nov 03 2019 7:09am
I am just waiting to be a father again and then have a reason to justify buy a Bullitt cargo bike like yours and also put TSDZ2 in it!!
Go to the wiki and read it, the information there is much more structured. Also go to the shops point there that sell TSDZ2 and displays with our OpenSource already installed, they have very good documentation on what are the advanced features, and trust them as this shops are runs by very experienced guys and they know what they say.
Good luck and enjoy riding your bicycles
I've read through the wiki and it is really informative. However, there are still a few things I'm wondering about:
How do I keep the firmware updated or change certain settings if I don't have a PC (only Apple computers here)? Can this be done over bluetooth with and android phone if I order the SW102 display?
Is the temperature sensor install really plug-and-play? As in: stick it on the motor, connect it to the new controller I'll be ordering and off I go?