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  • Pilsy
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    Thanks Brookbiker, good info.

  • Pilsy
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    Great info K442 and bengreens. Sounds like I am firmly in the middle. Will probably opt for large. But appreciate the input.

  • EL34
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    bengreens
    Thanks for the info
    What version was the bike you flashed?

    My X1 was from batch #2 (mid 2019) with this info
    Controller
    Software CRX10NC4818i132014.4
    Hardware CR X10N.500.FC 3.2
    Torque sensor
    Software SRPA212CF1010.10
    Hardware SR PA21232ST.C 1.0

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  • bengreens
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    EL34
    I got the firmware reflashed on my newer X-1 and it's great. Behaves a lot like my older bike now, which, like yours IIRC, has the ....xxx14.4 firmware. I didn't try to redo any of the settings, as from everything I've read, most of them are locked down, and for the ones that aren't, I don't have enough confidence in my computer abilities and analytical skills (in gauging the results in actual use) to try.

    Regarding the brake sensor thing, I mentioned them in response to eskachig's question "Does the M600 motor have a brake sensor connector?" I had considered installing one as a way to avoid hard shifts in higher PAS levels, which has been a major pain for me.
    Last edited by bengreens; 01-08-2021, 12:00 PM.

  • Brookbiker
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    My 2 cents worth on the size discussion. I'm just under 6 feet and have a 32 inseam. I've owned 6 bikes over the last 40 years, always size L, either 19 or 19.5 inches. I always felt like I was stretched to maximum reach on most large frames and made adjustments with stems and seat rail position. So I bought a medium size X1. I rode my new X1 medium yesterday for 14 miles on rolling trails and pavement. It felt great, no knee pain today. Seat post is set about 0.5 inches below maximum height. I did change the stem to a 35 degree, 110mm length stem. Raising the handlebars about 1 inch for a more upright riding position. I'm 67 and wont be flying down knarly single tracks. I do spend a considerable amount of time hill-climbing and didn't feel uncomfortable standing on the pedals yesterday. I'm thinking this medium is going to work great for my needs. If it doesn't, I'll just sell it and get a large. One more thing, the 152 cranks are short, agree with another forum comment that 165 would be the perfect solution. Any one know a source for these? PS This bike is the best toy I ever got, I love it!

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  • 73Eldo
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    Stem mount that may or may not be an option for your setup
    https://www.thingiverse.com/thing:3339052

    I thought I had seen a complete OE style mount on thingaverse but can't find it now, it must not have had Bafang in the name, maybe it was under 8fun or one of the other more common names?

    I know I have seen the mount listed for sale from one of the bafang vendors, just don't remember which one.

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  • Rabix
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    Does anyone know where I can get replacement bar clamps for the 860c display? I wiped out and snapped both. Thinking of 3D printing some with a more flexible plastic, but am wondering if there are any more options out there.

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  • EL34
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    I do not feel stretched out on my medium X1
    It does not feel too big to me
    It feels about like my other medium frame bikes except for the top tube height.
    in fact, I am always scooching back on the seat to stretch out a bit more.

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  • wepmom
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    I am 5’7” ish and glad i got the small. I do mostly technical single tracks with tight turns so the small is definitely better for me.

  • paxtana
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    Spose you could shim it with foam tape if need be

  • Bazza
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    The FFH clamp does not fit the X-1 bars, clamps are sitting in the tapered part of bars and will not tighten enough. Any ideas??

  • sbandy
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    I'm the same height and inseam (5' 7" and a 30") and am close to pulling the trigger on the small frame X1. Probably tough for you to answer, but do you think you'd find the small frame too small?
    Last edited by sbandy; 01-01-2021, 11:56 AM.

  • EL34
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    Originally posted by Pilsy View Post
    Sizing for X1 - I've read conflicting things about the sizing. I am 6'0" (32" in seam) and by the book, that should mean a large size. But reviews have said the X1 runs large, and for trail/enduro riding like what the X1 is made for, it's best to err on the small size. Per sizing chart, medium is recommended up to 5'11". I read a recent forum post by someone "6'1" or less" that said he regretted getting the medium. Anyone else in the 6'0" range regret getting a medium?
    I am 5' 7" and a 30" inseam.
    The medium fits me fine.
    I doubt you want a medium

    The only thing that feels taller on my X1 is the top tube height, not the bike fit.

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  • paxtana
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    I don't think any such guide has been made specifically for this bike. Pretty simple though, I imagine the simplest approach would be to just splice into discharge wiring. Might even be able to use tap connectors, though I would probably solder it.

  • bengreens
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    I'm the 6'1" or less guy (have shrunk with age from 6'1.5", but probably not much in the leg; inseam is roughly 32"...as I said, my torso is long). With the medium frame, seatpost adjusted to the "STOP" level and dropper at max height, my knee is way bent at the bottom of pedal stroke. Large frame lets me get in optimal pedaling position. If I had the suspension at max (i.e., at minimum sag) it might be a stretch to get a foot (toes) on the ground when stopped with the dropper at full height, but the sloping top tube means my nuts are safe in sudden stops.
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