Yes i understand how electronics can work and i dont blame grin at all for the controller, Being an electrician ive seen my fare share of products fail due to manufacturing defects and totally understand GRIN is not at fault at all.docnjoj wrote:I just want to say that you really did things the best way possible. You ordered from 2 of the premier suppliers in the world, and you will be rewarded, hopefully soon. I was most impressed with that Cellman battery, and cheep old me might order my next one from him. Really high quality work. On rare occasions even Grin has a problem. They do almost always set thing right. Hang in there.
I wanted good products so i did alot of reading and hence why i chose Grin and EM3EV and yes the Battery is a real treat to look at, just need to get it performing now, lol.
That was the 1st thing i had done was hook the throttle straight upto the controller and by pass the CA and i still had nothing, When it was hooked up to the CA my voltages were set up right and when i turned the throttle it went from 1.15V to 3.99volts as i rolled the throttle on so that made me think it was the controller and hence why i tried it without the CA straight away.docnjoj wrote:Have you tried the controller without the CA? If not that might be the first step. Then if it doesn't work you know it is faulty, Probably. There are a lot of Aussies on this board and someone near you may be able to help.
Just a short ride up my local hill and back down again to test them and i was happy with the results, I had Avid Juicy 3.5 Hydro brakes on the rear and had no troubles with them but i wanted a cut off system for regen so this was the best option as i wasnt keen on putting more switches on the handlebars as its getting full and i dont even have my lights yet for it which will need room.millzy555 wrote:Good choice with the tektro's, have got them front and rear and they are by far better than any hydraulic DH setup ive used previously. Regen works a treat