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    I wish to buy the black box programmer but befor I commit to I need to know if it contains the 48v. Limitless program as that is the one I am most keen to try.

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      I don't think it has it but you can always copy it over or copy the settings and then save it as a profile.

    I know I found it before but for the life of me I cannot find the link to the video on the basic programming for the BBSHD Also looking through the programs, I had switched my bbshd to the limitless program, but have since modded the power levels on the pas positions to be a bit more linear as the first 4 levels are set to almost nothing. However I have a few questions 1:on the limitless all 9 settings have the speed % set to 100, while the stock BFANG and stock Luna have different percentages for some. What does it do having them set to 100%? 2: the stock BBSHD has the crank pulses set to 5 while the limitless has it set to 2 Again what does this do? I would have thought this would have been a fixed number according to a harware pas plate?

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
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      Much of the info you need can be found here in this thread. I wouldn't bother messing with the other settings unless you know what you're doing.

      https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...shd-mid-drives

      Speed limit just caps off your speed vs current which caps off the current.

    • Cavi
      Cavi commented
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      for the BBSHD with a 52v battery what should the current limit be set to? What is the max that the stock comtroller will handle?

    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      30 amps is the max. You can go with that or anywhere below. Most riders go with 30 though for that sweet acceleration boost.

    now that the bike is runnign and the gears are all setup, it runs great with no power in all gears. Once I turn on the system then it runs great fron gear 1 to maybe 6 of 9, then if I put it one of the higher gears it feels like it skips, not sure if it is actually jumping teeth on the casette or something in the motor clutch? Ideas on how to figure out what the issue is?

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
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      You could also use a chainring spacer to push the Eclipse out a little further to match the Lekkie. Might be a cheaper alternative.

      https://lunacycle.com/parts/bafang-p...the-bafang-hd/

    • Cavi
      Cavi commented
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      I thought of that but I currently have one of those plus a couple of washers and really did not want to have to go further, I should have the Lekkie by the end of the week, I am hoping this will cure the issue

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Lekkie is not going to fix the chainline issue if the Eclipse did not. Eclipse has better offset than lekkie on any tooth size 42t or larger, and if your chainline is wonky you need it to be inbound, not outbound. See the offset comparison page.

      Yes it can be intimidating to rework a cassette if it is riveted together but cassettes are easily changed out, and that link I provided goes over a version that is easily swapped around. Or you could just switch the hub to an IGH.

    I just crossed the wires on my new barrel connector....bam....big spark and stinky....Now my battery won't charge .......I opened the battery and see the little board near the charge port.....can I change this board and start charging again????
    thanks

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Maybe, if the BMS was not fried and you can find that board. I think we need more info though... namely, what order# and a pic of this board and a pic of the port.

      For all we know you might just need to change the charge port itself. If there is a plug going into that port you can test for voltage by unplugging that and testing with a multimeter for voltage

    • Jack H
      Jack H commented
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      Order # 33316..... the 48 volter....attached is a picture

    • Jack H
      Jack H commented
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      The port is the standard one that a barrel connector plugs into

    Order # 33316.....48 volter

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    • Jack H
      Jack H commented
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      I got the new charging port......thanks a lot .....I will come by and visit this april and buy you lunch......I'm sure you've heard that before...but....I'll be by...
      wondering if you have a picture of the wires hooked up to this charge port before you silicone it all up.....just want to make sure I get the right wires on the right contacts....If not......I'll figure it out....thanks again.....

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Glad to hear it. I do not have anything like wiring diagram for it. I would highly recommend to use a multimeter to check that you have the polarity the right way. For example plugging the charger into the port without hooking up the wires, then putting your multimeter on it and seeing if it has positive or negative polarity https://youtu.be/s8au8ves-SY

    • Jack H
      Jack H commented
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      Man oh Man....It's working.......thanks for all of your help....
      See you in April Paxtana........

    Good morning,

    I have lost a front axle bolt on my sur-ron and wondering how I can get a replacement, already went looking through all the hardware stores and tried to find one online. Anywhere you can point me to? It's the DNM volcano fork.

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    • pure_mahem
      pure_mahem commented
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      Try Fastenal

    • ncmired
      ncmired commented
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      Also see post #3473, following

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      We will be making replacement Surron DNM axles and bolts available as a listing on the site in a few weeks if everything goes well.

    Hi, hope you can help. I just picked, up, for free, a used Chinese e-bike. It had a blown accessory fuse and no lights or horn was working. I replaced the fuse and for a few seconds, things worked. As soon as I turned on the lights, a bulb exploded and the control head started smoking. I quickly disconnected power. What would be your first guess as to the cause? A grounded-short? With the fuse removed (and accessories off-line), the bike (and motor) runs perfectly. Any thoughts on what I should troubleshoot first?

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    • paxtana
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      No idea, this thread is for asking about Luna products, but if you make a separate thread someone may be able to assist you.

    Originally posted by al_ukash View Post
    Good morning,

    I have lost a front axle bolt on my sur-ron and wondering how I can get a replacement, already went looking through all the hardware stores and tried to find one online. Anywhere you can point me to? It's the DNM volcano fork.
    One of the axle clamp screws? Along with Fastenal, if you know the bolt dimensions you could try https://www.mcmaster.com/screws. For a nearby walk-in place, some of the Home Depot stores (possibly the one in Lemon Grove) carry metric hex head hardware.

    Also, motorcycle repair shops should carry metric hardware - look for the smaller, independent ones.
    Last edited by ncmired; 01-20-2020, 10:52 AM.
    BBSHD/BBS02B builds: IGH 1 2 3 4 5 6

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      Luna Lander fat suspension fork, will this fit 4.8 Maxxis FBR, maybe someone has tried this. Also I am wondering when this will be in stock.

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      • paxtana
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        No idea as we do not have one on hand. That's been sold out for something like a year, I don't know if it is going to be restocked, but if so probably not anytime soon.

      So my bike was stolen recently. I still have the 52v Shark pack that I bought when I did the conversion. I've been working on another bike and I'm wondering is I can get a replacement rack for the battery. It is the older mount, 4 prong towards the middle of the battery. I'm heart broken over the theft and can't imagine what use can be made of the bike short of stripping the BBSHD off it. However I'm looking forward to a new build and bringing this battery along would bring some continuity to the project..

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      • paxtana
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        Sorry to hear about your bike, that sucks..

        I got one newer 5pin cradle, none of the older 4pin versions though unfortunately...

        You could always use it in a battery bag by modding it so you have xt90 running out of the discharge wiring inside of the battery. Here are a couple examples





        If that's no good maybe you could find an empty replacement case somewhere, but there are so many versions of that case and the cells will only fit in the one it was designed for. So unlikely to find what you are looking for if it is the older shark version.

      • brertom
        brertom commented
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        If I can figure out a way to mount it securely, I can output through the charge connector. I did that for testing lighting etc. on the old bike. Don't like it as 52v is a lot of dc. Given the rate bikes are stolen, I'd think back stock on this type of stuff would be a good idea. Just sayin'

      • paxtana
        paxtana commented
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        No, you can not output through the charge connector. For starters that shark charge connector is rated for about 7A at best. Additionally it would bypass the BMS so when it fails (and it will fail) the BMS will not cut power. That would be a major fire risk.

      Just got done building my sidecar bike with cyclone 3000 52v Direwolf. It was running great no issues until I turn the switch off for a break. When I go ready to go turn the switch back on the motor will not turn. I have checked and re checked all the connections, I could not get it to work. Any idea?

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      • Nulla
        Nulla commented
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        I went ahead and set this to support my Case #172139. Thx

      • Nulla
        Nulla commented
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        Hello paxtana, I just want to thank you and Luna cycle tech team. I went to the shop and got taken cared off quickly and learned a lot about trouble shooting my bike. My bike is running great. thank you.

      • paxtana
        paxtana commented
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        Glad to hear it!

      I will come by Luna Cycle tomm to pick up a multi meter and a switch. I also have a hunch that it might be the switch. When I was riding I noticed that the voltage reading on the switch was turning off then on. I will let you. thx

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        I have what is probably a dumb question, but I own a BBSHD with your hotrod programming and controller. What is the ludicrous BBSHD I hear about? Also, is the Batt Man reliable to be used as a fuel guage? is there another option for something like the Batt Man as you are out of stock. All I want is power used and power left I do not care about miles traveled
        Last edited by Cavi; 01-21-2020, 11:28 AM.

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        • Cavi
          Cavi commented
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          on the Ludicrous, how would I have ordered that mod? I did not see it as available

        • paxtana
          paxtana commented
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          You would not have, as it is not typically sold to the public except in cases where the whole bike was ordered from us. We did make it available as part of a black friday sale.

          I can authorize sale of one to you separately though, if you want to PM me

        • Cavi
          Cavi commented
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          PM sent!!!

        With the BBS02 kit do you supply the “68mm” motor unit and leave off the lock nut with a 73mm bottom bracket OR the “73mm” motor unit (I believe BF makes both) and add spacers for use with a 68mm bottom bracket. I ask because in my application (which has a 68mm bottom bracket) I need to space it out towards the drive side ~8mm to avoid the chain stay. My guess is I could make either work but it would be a lot easier with the 73mm chassis.
        Last edited by jittsl; 01-21-2020, 12:29 PM. Reason: Clarity

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        • ncmired
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          AFAIK, 76mm is gonna be a big and barely stretch for the 68mm only BBS02 - longer (usually 100mm, not 73mm) motors were aftermarket creations.

          If you're suspecting stay clearance problems, I add offset left crank arm to the "probably gonna need as well" list, because of the shorter BBS02 left spindle.
          Last edited by ncmired; 01-21-2020, 01:11 PM.

        Originally posted by ncrkd View Post
        AFAIK, 76mm is gonna be a big and barely stretch for the 68mm only BBS02 - longer (usually 100mm, not 73mm) motors were aftermarket creations.

        If you're suspecting stay clearance problems, I add offset left crank arm to the "probably gonna need as well" list, because of the shorter BBS02 left spindle.
        Thanks. I’ll start searching for an offset left crank.

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