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#13844
Jaitruesc wrote:
Fri Aug 09, 2019 9:42 am
Hi everyone, I will be buying a sooter from an auction here at andalusia and the model is the one in the photos below. Could someone please send me the process that I need to follow in order to hack it? Including deactivating its "past brain / gps / sim" or everything that could be tracked by users with the lime app. I would like to know the things I need to buy new in order to make it work... as it's my first "modification"

These are the models (which I think they are ES2?)
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Thank youn in advance!
These are not ES2. These are Lime-S SZ2.5 gen

#13852
Mick Ray wrote:
Fri Aug 09, 2019 10:06 am
Jaitruesc wrote:
Fri Aug 09, 2019 9:42 am
Hi everyone, I will be buying a sooter from an auction here at andalusia and the model is the one in the photos below. Could someone please send me the process that I need to follow in order to hack it? Including deactivating its "past brain / gps / sim" or everything that could be tracked by users with the lime app. I would like to know the things I need to buy new in order to make it work... as it's my first "modification"

These are the models (which I think they are ES2?)
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Thank youn in advance!
These are not ES2. These are Lime-S SZ2.5 gen
Thank you!! Do I need to follow hacking process of replacing motherboard and controlboard? In order to deactivate the gps module, do I need to extract the green box? Or is it neccessary? I read on previous posts that the motherboard is located inside the bar and not in green box?

#13893
Hi guys,

So close to getting my lime going, have a generic controller, throttle doesnt seem to be doing anything, the only way I can get the wheel to spin is by shorting the throttle and pas sensor signal wires together, the wheel spins at full power in reverse.

Hoping someone more knowledgable can steer me in a good direction... I've noticed the controllers u guys are using dont have a pas sensor, do I need to bypass this somehow?
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#13903
Dreadedb wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:29 pm
Hi guys,

So close to getting my lime going, have a generic controller, throttle doesnt seem to be doing anything, the only way I can get the wheel to spin is by shorting the throttle and pas sensor signal wires together, the wheel spins at full power in reverse.

Hoping someone more knowledgable can steer me in a good direction... I've noticed the controllers u guys are using dont have a pas sensor, do I need to bypass this somehow?
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I believe the throttle input on generic controllers activates by a hall sensor from the throttle. They are normally black, Red and Green. Just connect them accordingly. If you are using the stock throttle just connect green to green, black to black and, red to red. Also, the controller has learning wires. Connect them together use throttle if the wheel spins reverse, zero the throttle and apply the throttle again it should correct the spinning direction. Disconnect the learning wires. Also, be sure you connect all 5 wheels hall sensor wires correctly.

By fdaremi
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#13905
This is my Lime S 2.5. Painted black and grey. With the generic controller, aftermarket throttle, voltage monitor and lock. To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.

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By Tuco1
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#13909
fdaremi wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 11:51 pm
This is my Lime S 2.5. Painted black and grey. With the generic controller, aftermarket throttle, voltage monitor and lock. To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.

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Very good!!!

What kind of paint have you used? Link?


#13924
If anyone is interested this is a tool I have made from cheap 18mm-19mm box spanner to remove front fork:
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And a stencil for that tool:
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And also a "finished" product:
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#13925
Dreadedb wrote:
Sat Aug 10, 2019 9:29 pm
Hi guys,

So close to getting my lime going, have a generic controller, throttle doesnt seem to be doing anything, the only way I can get the wheel to spin is by shorting the throttle and pas sensor signal wires together, the wheel spins at full power in reverse.

Hoping someone more knowledgable can steer me in a good direction... I've noticed the controllers u guys are using dont have a pas sensor, do I need to bypass this somehow?
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Hey,

Google, enter "OMT-M3", few minutes to read and...

From manual I have found this bit: (Assist mode (throttle does not work, only assist))
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Here is the link to the manual: OMT-M3

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