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  • bengreens
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    I don't know about a brake sensor connector on the M600, but the only brake sensor solution I could see offered by Luna (and I'm not looking it up to see if it was specifically intended for the X-1, as I have a pizza coming) involved using a hot glue gun or epoxy to affix the magnet or sensor to the brake lever area, and this did not enthuse me. Nor does the idea of applying brake (or pressure on brake lever) every time I want to shift.
    Last edited by bengreens; 12-08-2020, 06:23 PM.

  • eskachig
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    Does the M600 motor have a brake sensor connector?

  • Bazza
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    Haha! I started a ticket. We will see

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  • paxtana
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    We definitely have them at the luna shop. You said you wanted to get one quickly. If you do not need it quickly just let me know your order#. If you do need it quickly order an m15 crank bolt online and select a fast shipping option.

  • bengreens
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    Wondering if anyone has installed a Gearsensor unit (link below) on their X-1. From the description and some of the reviews, it looks like it could solve one half of the PAS lag problem, namely, the delay in motor cutoff when you stop pedaling, which can result in hard shifts in the higher PAS levels. (Yes, I've tried the goose-the-throttle-for-a-second technique, and found it an entirely unsatisfactory method) https://lunacycle.com/gearsensor-for-bafang-mid-drives/

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  • Bazza
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    You don't have any at Luna shop?

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  • paxtana
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    there's a brand called kresc on ebay that sells m15 crank bolts

  • Bazza
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    Anyone know where I can get these quickly, crank arm retainer? I ordered some but they are over a week out. Be sure to check these, mine flew off yesterday with the crank arm.

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  • Desmodromic
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    350XC-F / K442 - I started a thread over in the General section to have a place where we can talk about using the BESST tool and to share feedback on the different firmware options:

    https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...re-programming

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  • paxtana
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    The executable we are providing has an offline option when you open it, making it a lot easier to use

  • K442
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    Interesting development... first I'd heard of the tool and firmware direct from Luna. Would be good to get more info, though.

    Last I knew a person still had to 'hack' an account with Bafang to get the software to work... set up a fake local server on your computer and direct the software to contact that server and OK the hacked account? (...or something to that effect.... apologies if I butchered the process, not a comp sci major!)

    Also curious what exact firmware this is... presumably, any given bike would have one version, by default, so that leaves two others. Do they all work for ludi and non ludi? neither? , or one specific for ludi, one specific for non?

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  • 350XC-F
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    Anyone get the Bafang BESST service tool for the X1 and try the different firmwares yet? I am curious if it's worth the $100 https://lunacycle.com/bafang-besst-service-tool/ says you can't customize but comes with 3 different firmwares.

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  • bradleyland
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    Originally posted by EL34 View Post

    I use these devices on my dumb chargers
    You can set the low and high cutoff voltages

    I set mine to not do full charges on every charge
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06WGWF4HC/
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    A simple voltage cutoff won’t work the same as the advanced charger, because the advanced charger doesn’t simply turn off at a specific voltage. It holds the configured voltage constant and allows the battery to top off at that voltage level at a slowly tapering current. The charger won’t turn off until the low current cutoff is hit.

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  • EL34
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    Originally posted by eskachig View Post
    I'm considering picking up an advanced charger to improve the lifetime of my X-1 battery (I'd like to be able to charge it to 80%). Would this one work?

    https://lunacycle.com/luna-charger-4...ebike-charger/

    Is this the connector I will need?

    https://lunacycle.com/xt60-male-to-b...-plug-adapter/
    I use these devices on my dumb chargers
    You can set the low and high cutoff voltages

    I set mine to not do full charges on every charge
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06WGWF4HC/
    Click image for larger version  Name:	716HL28Q-kL._SL1001_.jpg Views:	0 Size:	211.2 KB ID:	118357

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  • paxtana
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    Yes that charger would work. The barrel adapter would not. The charger has an xt60 male on the end of it, so it needs to connect to an xt60 female. As such you would need xt60 female to barrel male. Or just use the barrel after cutting off the xt60.

    https://lunacycle.com/solderless-barrel-connector/

    The Luna adapters are always sold out. You can use this link https://www.ebay.com/itm/XT60-Female...m/193616915086
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