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      Amps Electric Bikes
      Amps Electric Bikes
      33,333 posts, Wow!

      All the best and Merry Christmas.

      Regards David
      1. flecc
        flecc
        Thanks David, and my compliments of the season to you and yours. I hadn't even noticed I'd hit all the threes, having more or less stopped watching in the mid twenty thousands.
        Dec 21, 2016
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      Lancslass
      Lancslass
      Hi Flecc
      You have made reference to your support websites. I like what you post and I'd love to see any sites you have written. I know they may be a bit advanced for me but could you point me to them please?
      Cheers
      Pauline (Lancslass)
      1. flecc
        flecc
        Jan 3, 2016
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      Colin Tate
      Colin Tate
      Hi, I saw your page called 'performance' re de-restricting. I have a Kalkhoff bike (tasman) and am wondering about doing this. Do you think the method you describe would be possible? I can't quite work out the details from the photo. There seems to be a magnet attached to the pedal? I don't think I can spin the sensor around in the way you suggest. I can email you a picture if it would help you answer my question?
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      2. flecc
        flecc
        Yes, it is the pedal arm, but i don't understand why you cannot see that in the photo. In all seriousness Colin, you clearly have insufficient experience to carry out this modification. Anyone with sufficient experience would easily be able to do it from the photo and i don't want you to risk damaging your Tasman. Such modifications are always carried out at ones own risk.
        Jul 1, 2015
      3. Colin Tate
        Colin Tate
        The photo isn't v clear. My main problem isn't really the speed so much as the low gearing. I see changing the sprocket may help with that. And I'll get a bike shop to do that.
        Jul 2, 2015
      4. flecc
        flecc
        In that case a change of sprocket is definitely the best answer Colin, since it won't affect any warranty issue and won't obviously show up as illegal in respect of the assist limit.
        Jul 2, 2015
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      Steve Skilton
      Steve Skilton
      Hi Flecc - Do you have an email address I can write to? You can decide if my question is worth posting on the forum - feel a bit daft asking some questions on the open forum!! Steve
      1. flecc
        flecc
        Steve there us no such thing a a daft question, if an answer is needed, the question is justified so please just ask it in the forum. If anyone did criticise your question, you can be sure that many of us would immediately leap to your defence. flecc
        Jun 3, 2015
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      Steve Skilton
      Steve Skilton
      Hi Flecc - I have a number of Kalkhoff bikes - one needs a replacement motor - Agattu 8 gear 2010 - In replacing the motor what the possibility of upgrading the performance? I understand it the same 250W motor can provide assistance up to either 17mph or 28mph - Agattu up to 17 but my Pro connect 10 (with the same 250W motor?) up to 28. So in replacing the motor can i get extra performance? Thank you
      1. flecc
        flecc
        Hi Steve. I don't know what year your Pro Connect 10 is so can't be sure if it's the 250 watt Panasonic motor. Later models have had 350 watt units and still later the Pro Connect BS10 their own Impulse power unit. This comment reply system doesn't allow longer answers.
        Apr 26, 2015
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      Rollercoaster
      Rollercoaster
      Thanks for the tip, excellent range of bikes I like,
      contacted Practical and will visit,
      long way to get there..
      Tim
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