That sounds like mine was. It's possible there are some settings in the programming that might help, but I tried a lot of things with no success. To disable the PAS, I found all you need to do is unplug the PAS sensor inside the controller housing. This makes it pretty easy to put back later. I ran like that for about a year until I installed the fix.thetrevdev wrote: ↑Jun 18 2018 9:32pmI just installed my first BBSHD yesterday. While a blast I am finding it difficult to control speed.
Can you describe how it is supposed to work?
I haven't installed my disc brake sensors yet so I am avoiding PAS > 0.
I am pedaling in PAS 0 and trying to manually control the assist but it is jerky and feels like 100% throttle.
I assumed this is just the way it is. Is this related to the issue you are discussing here? I have nothing to compare this to and don't know how it is supposed to work.
You could try the higher PAS settings without using the throttle and see how it works. Just remember to pedal backwards to instantly stop the motor.