Switch to torque mode, that will remove the cadence value from the motor current calculation.Mr.Flibble wrote: ↑Mar 01 2021 12:47pmThanks for that, I'm suffering from this on steep climbs toojeff.page.rides wrote: ↑Feb 19 2021 1:23pmLowering all the ADC settings, helped improve the low-end power.Alfie wrote: ↑Feb 19 2021 7:02amThanks for this My boost settings are the same as the regular assist settings so perhaps that is the problem! I'll up them and see if it makes a difference. I have configured the torque settings but can't say it made any difference. The only other thing I can think of is turning the field weakening off to see if that makes a difference.
Because the motor adds % power compared to torque x cadence, as cadence slows on the climb I lose power, so my cadence slows, so I lose power, so my cadence slow, then I can't climb any more.
I have been slowly raising the ADCs, to try and get rid of the ghost peddling, over run and random cut outs on rough terrain.
The mud "disabled" my speed sensor, but the motor behaved as normal. this wouldn't have been the case with the original firmware as it uses speed in it calculations. Is this part of the problem?
Although torque mode has been the default since 1.0.0