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    My display wont work after I charged my apocalypse v2 so the scooter wont start. Only ran the battery down to about 58 volts and was working fine till after I charged it up. Any help would be great.

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      If you got dead display on apoc v2 you will want to speak with Seb at support. It's not something we can troubleshoot over the forum.

    I am trying to order the Bafang BBSHD for a standard bracket, but it is currently not available. Do you know when the BBSHD kit for a standard bracket will become available to order? Thank you.

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    • intramorph
      intramorph commented
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      It should be back in stock within 2-3 weeks. Please keep checking the website

    "Bafang BBS02 750W 48v Upgraded Controller 3077...If you are replacing the controller on an E-rad 750w or a bbs01 version A is what you need." So, I've got two questions about this upgrade. First, I've got a 32v BBS01, will this make it 48v (which is what I want, because my 32v battery is crap!). Next question, if it does make it 48v, a 52v battery will be fine, because it's really just an over charged 48v, right?

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    • intramorph
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      Okay so the problem is that we don't have controllers for the bbs01. We had reports from people that were successful in replacing it with a bbs02 controller and yes that would make it suitable for 48V however we cannot give any guarantees that will work for you.

    Can I disable or bypass the speed sensor on my BBSHD? I have only 2.5 miles and the speed sensor went out. replaced sensor, still no light!

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    • intramorph
      intramorph commented
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      Unfortunately without the speedo sensor the whole system will not run. You would need to get a new one to fix this.

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Is the kit new? Did you adjust the sensor so it's the right spacing from the magnet?
      https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...-for-the-bbsxx

      If this is ruled out sounds like the controller needs replaced. Which could be a defect, or if the sensor got tangled up in the spokes it could have pulled the cable out of the controller enough to prevent it getting power, i.e. user damage. If it's not physical damage and the kit's new send us an email and we'll help out

    So between winter and a significant family tragedy I wasn't really able to ride my Apocalypse or any of my electric bikes since October. Charged both my bikes and rode them, no problem. Tried to charge the scooter for over 10 hours. The display is flickering when its plugged in but it won't turn on...horn won't even blow. The charger is on but no fan and and right light is still blinking red. Key fobs still blink when pressed, no problems before storage (in a living room). Any suggestions?

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      Was it stored at a full charge? You might wanna email support@lunacycle.com re: seb for this as this might be outside of the troubleshooting scope for this thread.

    • KosstAmojan
      KosstAmojan commented
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      Kept it between 50 and 80%. I'll contact them.

    Can anyone explain this noise coming from a freshly greased bbs02? Only 350km. Greased both sides thinking that was the problem. Noise is back.

    https://youtu.be/E60rjBIycO0

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
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      Kinda hard to tell. Usually when you run the motor with no resistance, It can be quite loud normally. Does it sound that loud when you're riding under full load?

      I'd also check your Nylon Gear to be sure it isn't worn down slightly.

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Not sure what I'm looking at here. Is that a juggernaut retrofitted with a bbs02?

    • sdgorski1177
      sdgorski1177 commented
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      When I greased everything, i did replace the nylon gear. The noise is still there after riding for a couple miles or so it becomes very loud. Could it possibly be the core/stator? The bike is a Juggernaut Classic from Biktrix.

    My Luna battery came with a small three pin charging port, but the Luna charger is an XT60. Which adapter should have come with the shipment? ‚Äč

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    • Artrice59
      Artrice59 commented
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      So is there an adapter? I ordered them at the same time... order #76705

    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      You would have to email support@lunacycle.com with your order # and they'll be able to help you out.with this issue.

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      There is an adapter. It's currently backordered, but we can ship you once we have it in a week or so if you want to tell support to make the work order.

    Hi all. My charging cable fell off of my Wolf V2 while riding. Its been fine for a while so I don't know if I'm not supposed to leave it in but its gone and I need another one or two. Can't seem to find them on the site can someone help me out? Thanks.

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      Err which charging cable? As far as I know, the V2 doesn't have any external wires? Are you thinking of an adaptor?

    • Rebar77
      Rebar77 commented
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      Yes thank you! I was searching for things like charging cable and got buried. Once you search cable it brings up every cable ever. D'oh! Thanks again!

    Very interested in the the LUNA FIXIE. Can someone confirm it is set up for attaching a rear pannier rack? Also, is there a convenient way to tap into power for adding a hardwired light system?

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      If not mounts you can always use a seat mounted rack.

      I would not recommend attempting to hardwire into the system for lights. If you want to do something like that you would be better off with something like the sixfifty.
      https://lunacycle.com/luna-sixfifty-...olf-hard-tail/

    Hi, I've recently bought a road-legal sur ron which came with X controller but off road tyres. I'm only using it for city commuting, but rather fancy the supermoto tyre set for those wetter days. In addition, (while I don't care much for wheelies) I wouldn't mind losing some top speed in place of some faster acceleration, but don't really want to drop lower than about 40 mph. Is the 54t sprocket ok for this? Or is there a better option?
    I have read that gearing won't affect top speed much with the x controller... But is that right?
    Thanks!

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    • intramorph
      intramorph commented
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      Yes you heard correct. Gearing doesn't much affect top speed on the surron. Yeah 54T will be fine for what you want to use it.

    BBSHD controller melt down

    https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...ller-melt-down

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Yikes, never seen a controller do that before. We can replace it no problem if it's new just let me know your order number so I can get the address.

      How is the rest of the motor, does it look okay? If not just let us know and we can probably work something out, one of our agents lives half hour away if you need to drop it off.

    Hi! Having an issue programming my BBSHD controller. When I load the software and hit connect a blue indicator light on the cable starts blinking and never stops. I have 3 BBSHD motors and I get the same when trying to connect to each. I've tried PC reboots changing the USB/COM ports without any success. I have been able to connect without issues in the past. Does this seem indicative of a cable gone bad? The cable connections appear to be in place and in good condition. Please let me know if you have any thoughts/suggestions.Thanks!

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    • paxtana
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      I'm not sure, but attempting to replace the cable is probably a good idea so you can at least rule that out.

    Yes the kit is new, everything else seems to be working fine other than the controller, I bought it from Scott Graham here in Vancouver BC he did not pass on the order number.

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Ok..well we will need an address.. please send me your address via personal message

    Hey there!

    I'm very seriously considering a Surron X model or the new Apollo. I haven't been biking much for the past few years but was big into dirt biking riding trails on 450s, supermoto racing and downhill mountain biking in my youth up until 6 years ago (43 years old now but I know I'll still want to pin it everywhere). Now I live in a suburb of Vancouver, Canada and I think the Apollo with legit pedals would be less heaty riding from my apartment to nearby trails without getting busted by the man. (I don't want to get the pedal kit for the Surron as it seems kind of pointless IMO).

    I know the weight is almost half on the Apollo but is 1/3 the power. My question is how would you compare the power between the 2 of them? Which one do you think might be a better fit for me?

    I always found hill climbs just as much fun (if not more) than downhill so I'd like to be able to pin it up trails and gnarly hills if it'll handle that.

    I've searched online for videos of the Apollo but wasn't able to find anything since it's so new.

    I think I would be able to get more use out of the Apolllo without getting into trouble with the law (I could always load the Surron on my car and drive to spots but I know I wouldn't get out and ride quite as much if I can't ride straight from my hours to nearby trails).

    Thanks in advance for your insights!

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      The Sur-Ron is way faster, more torque, more power overall but you won't be able to ride it around downtown Vancouver without a police officer eventually stopping you and asking questions. With the Apollo, you'll have a better chance at sneaking around unnoticed. So it's up to you. They are two completely different bikes really. One is closer to being a regular Bicycle while the other is more like a Mini Electric Motorbike.

    Thanks HIGHVOLTAGE . I was thinking that was likely the case but without having seen any videos of the Apollo (aside from the video from paxtana about talking about it), I wasn't sure.

    Maybe down the road, one of each... or a Surron and the Apex for city use. :)

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      You can pretty much look up on YouTube any BBSHD or BBS02 motor in use for practically similar performance. There are more Apollo owners on the Fast Electric Bike group on Facebook so you can check that out to see if anyone can post a video for you of theirs in use.
      Last edited by HIGHVOLTAGE; 05-27-2019, 11:58 AM.
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