I noticed that with higher speeds, motor braking gets much stronger.
That's why I ask if anyone tried to reduce brake phase currents in order to prevent frying the controller...
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Automatic KERS and brake lever braking and regenerating are separate things.Guirmod wrote: ↑Wed Oct 23, 2019 5:12 amHi, thanks a lot for your reply To view images REGISTER or LOGIN for full access.
I thought I mentionned it but my scooter is already a m365 PRO, that's why i'm a bit disappointed
I have several questions that seem to be unsolvable, everybody have a different version
- How is the regen braking activated ? Do I have to press the brake handle to activate it ? Or is it passive like for example I'm riding downhill, I release everything (accelerator and brake handle), does it regenerate with the resistance I feel in the front wheel ?
- If the brake handle activates regen, then it means there is a sensor in it somewhere, so what if I remove it ? Does it remove Kers ?
- If I disable Kers with a custom firmware by setting activation above 40km/h for example, will I still have the motor braking ? And if yes, will it generate energy ? So is it still dangerous for my controller ?
I'm scared of taking big slopes now, and I would like to be able to ride freely without worrying about it, I mean yes I understand that climbing big hills with heavy weight can be dangerous for the scooter but come on I broke my scooter TWICE on a downhill where the scooter has the less stress, gravity does everything !
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