Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

BBSHD programming suggestions

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    BBSHD programming suggestions

    I have a BBSHD from Luna that they set up for 1500 watts

    I connected to the controller and saved my stock settings and then I took some screen shots of the stock settings that Luna set

    I have the motor set to 9 PAS steps which I like, but would like to fine tune the PAS power steps

    Even after reading several programming guides on the web, the settings seem a bit confusing to me

    I do all off road riding and do not use the throttle, only PAS
    I mostly use PAS 2, 3 and 4 when riding off road by myself


    (1) The walk mode is way too slow
    The walk mode seems to be about 1 mile per hour or less?
    I would like to set it to my actual walking speed in MPH
    I some times have to push the bike up non ride able technical stuff

    Q - Can the walk mode speed be increased to something like 2 or 3 MPH?


    (2) I would like to fine tune the PAS levels at a certain wattage output
    When I ride with regular mountain bikes, level 2 is fine for flat sections
    Level 3 is too fast on hills , but fine for when I ride by myself

    So for example,
    PAS 1 max output is 50 watts
    PAS 2 max output is 100 watts
    PAS 3 max output is 200 watts

    Q - How would I set the PAS levels for a certain wattage output or certain MPH?


    I uploaded the 3 screens for how my Motor is currently programmed by Luna

    Click image for larger version

Name:	Stock_Basic.png
Views:	429
Size:	18.8 KB
ID:	93371
    Click image for larger version

Name:	Stock_Pedal_Assist.png
Views:	401
Size:	17.4 KB
ID:	93372
    Click image for larger version

Name:	Stock_Throtte.png
Views:	397
Size:	14.5 KB
ID:	93373

    #2
    This is exactly what I'd like to be able to do as well. I feel level 2 provides way to much assist and levels 3 thru 5 are unusable. I really want to lower the output of levels 2 thru 4. I'd leave level 5 alone even though it is crazy. Searching for someone in Oregon to help.

    Comment


      #3
      first off try and run one of the limitless programs. then from there you can up or down the individual PAS levels to suit. if the jump from 3 to 4 is too high and 3 feels good then drop 4 and 5 a bit and try it out. Keep working it until you reach what you like. I feel that the stock programming is way too big of jumps. and having the sped % set to 100 also removes the jerkyness.

      Comment


        #4
        This is the steps I run (geometric progression instead of linear) and it works super duper for me and some others I have setup

        Click image for larger version

Name:	PASlevels.png
Views:	164
Size:	13.0 KB
ID:	102327

        Comment


          #5
          This is intuitively understandable - resistance increases with speed and cadence increases - speed increases to the limit of 100%, while gear ratios change. And what would the Speed Limit% table look like in this case?

          Comment


          • Cezar
            Cezar commented
            Editing a comment
            And what about the term - I understand that there is no moment when the engine stops supporting ...

          • Cezar
            Cezar commented
            Editing a comment
            There is a moment when you can't keep up with the pedals after the engine.

          • AZguy
            AZguy commented
            Editing a comment
            If the pedal cadence is getting too high I upshift
        Working...
        X