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    Originally posted by EL34 View Post
    bhaaf


    I would like to know if it works
    Someone needs to order one and let us know.

    I love the 860C I got from Luna
    I did not like the stock X1 meter
    How did you get the speed limit removed? If you go into advanced settings it won't allow me to adjust the max speed setting.

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      Originally posted by steelersmb View Post

      How did you get the speed limit removed? If you go into advanced settings it won't allow me to adjust the max speed setting.
      You can't change the speed limit

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        I ordered and received my new 860C from AliExpress. It works but in the advanced menu, I can't edit the max speed. Can someone confirm that if you ordered it from Luna that you can edit the max speed and does it make a difference?

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          Originally posted by steelersmb View Post
          I ordered and received my new 860C from AliExpress. It works but in the advanced menu, I can't edit the max speed. Can someone confirm that if you ordered it from Luna that you can edit the max speed and does it make a difference?
          Look right above your post

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            Just got my girlfriend’s bike today, put it together and took it for a ride. It felt very under powered in all assist modes, I could only hit 15mph pedaling moderately hard in a high gear. Then the motor cut out and the display read Error 10. Gonna call Luna tomorrow but any ideas of what I should check now? It’s a Ludi with the quiet gear.

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              You might double check that both wheels spin freely. My rear brake caliper was slightly misaligned on delivery and put some extra drag on the rear wheel. Definitely made the bike feel sluggish on the 'first ride', though I didn't go far enough to trip the 'overheat'. Once I noticed the caliper and re-adjusted to free the wheel, it made a notable difference. You also remembered the spacers on the front wheel, correct? If you're missing those, I think the front caliper could also rub.

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                It shouldn’t be under power. I’ve just used my PAS 5 on the techy trail. After that it’s too much power. Try to check the connection of your controller maybe something is loose. I had an issue like that and I found out that my connection is loose.

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                  Originally posted by huachinango View Post
                  Just got my girlfriend’s bike today, put it together and took it for a ride. It felt very under powered in all assist modes, I could only hit 15mph pedaling moderately hard in a high gear. Then the motor cut out and the display read Error 10. Gonna call Luna tomorrow but any ideas of what I should check now? It’s a Ludi with the quiet gear.
                  I don't have Ludi and I never go above PAS 3, so something is wrong somewhere on your X1
                  As was mentioned above, check all connections
                  Take the plastic side panel off so you can see the motor connectors

                  I show the motor connectors in this video

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                    Hey all, I know the answer to this is somewhere in this thread but looking for a short cut. Took a big jump yesterday and went down pretty hard as the guy I was riding with went down right on the other side of the landing point. Bent my front brake disk and snapped off the thumb throttle. 2 questions, can I bend back a disk brake (even though I'm ready to upgrade to something bigger) and are there other throttle options available that work with this bike like a twist option? Thanks!

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                    • eskachig
                      eskachig commented
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                      Yes, you can true a brake rotor. Eg,

                      How to straighten a bent rotor on a disk brake system. This works for hydraulic and cable.-~-~~-~~~-~~-~-Please watch: "Let's bench test the rear derailleur ...


                      Can't help you on the throttle, but the stock one certainly looks flimsy. I'm thinking about taking it off.

                    • mw195
                      mw195 commented
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                      I planned on taking my front up to 220mm, but got a 203mm instead (by accident). Figured might as well install it, but the new rotor has a very slight warp to it...not enough to bend out, but I cannot get rid of the scrapping. May go back to the stock 200mm SRAM rotor. Oh, the replacement was a Hope 2 pc floating disc that looks very nice but I just cannot get it to not rub. I intended to get the 220 rotor, and thought that was what i ordered, but the packing slip says 203 (I am guessing that when I selected Red carrier, since no Red220 are in stock, it defaulted to the 203mm. Figure, why not just mount it and when the 220 Red is available I can install that and move the 203 to the rear...But now i am thinking that it needs to go back.

                    Anyone looking to put their bike on the diet, the stock 800mm handlebar is a good place to start. It's 330g, pretty damn hefty. I replaced it with a 760mm carbon bar and it's literally half the weight. You'll need new grips too, I think the stock ones require the cutouts on the end of the bar and I've never seen a carbon one come like that.

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                      Originally posted by eskachig View Post
                      Anyone looking to put their bike on the diet, the stock 800mm handlebar is a good place to start. It's 330g, pretty damn hefty. I replaced it with a 760mm carbon bar and it's literally half the weight. You'll need new grips too, I think the stock ones require the cutouts on the end of the bar and I've never seen a carbon one come like that.
                      Go here
                      I just received my Luna X1 ebike on Holloween :) It's an amazing bike and the price point is awesome My Luna X1 weighs 55 pounds. Not too bad at all for an Ebike. My carbon fat bike with a BBSHD weighs 58.5 pounds The first time I pulled the X1 front wheel out of the shipping box, I was taken back by how heavy the wheel was.


                      The wheel set alone dropped 5 pounds off my X1

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                      • jjdicecco
                        jjdicecco commented
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                        I went to that forum and when I click on the link for the wheel set it’s a blank page... would you be able to send me in the right direction for the carbon wheel set

                      • eskachig
                        eskachig commented
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                        Here is the one I ended up with - you can also find the same rims with Novatec hubs which will be a little cheaper.



                        There are a few sellers that seem to source their wheels from the same factory. They have a few rim width and hole number choices that will fit our 2.8s - choose to taste. These wheels have 32 spokes, but I forgot to get them beefed up and they shipped with aero flat spokes - holding up great so far, though. After deciding on the rim profile you need to make sure it's a 27.5 boost set.

                      • jjdicecco
                        jjdicecco commented
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                        Great thank you for the help

                      Took another look today. All the connectors are plugged in tightly. I took it for another ride and tried throttle only. The motor is spinning but not propelling the bike. I took it back home, raised the rear wheel, pegged the throttle. Just like I thought, motor runs but doesn’t move the wheel. Gotta call Luna now.

                      The tech who called to help yesterday wasn’t actually a tech He talked me through how to erase the code (it didn’t clear, btw) then said he didn’t know what to do and told me to send another email to support (they haven’t responded yet.)

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                        Originally posted by huachinango View Post
                        Took another look today. All the connectors are plugged in tightly. I took it for another ride and tried throttle only. The motor is spinning but not propelling the bike. I took it back home, raised the rear wheel, pegged the throttle. Just like I thought, motor runs but doesn’t move the wheel. Gotta call Luna now.

                        The tech who called to help yesterday wasn’t actually a tech He talked me through how to erase the code (it didn’t clear, btw) then said he didn’t know what to do and told me to send another email to support (they haven’t responded yet.)
                        If Tony from Luna responds to you, tell him to go get someone that knows what they are talking about.
                        His replies are often completely wrong

                        Gary is great and so are the bike techs at Luna that I have dealt with.

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                          Ok, I’ll keep that in mind. Seems like I’m waiting in a support queue now.

                          I’m starting to think the quiet gear swap didn’t go well and that’s my issue. Here’s a video.
                          Watch "Luna X1 problem" on Streamable.

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                            jjdicecco
                            "Hello I clicked on the wheelset link and it was a blank page"

                            I don't know why?
                            ​​​​​​​I just clicked on it and the page was fine.

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