Finding my (electric) wheels
- Apr 1, 2016
I appreciate you taking the time to respond. That's a real shame if it is password protected.
As I think you can program these for higher speeds , also anyone pressed + and - at the same time on the volt controller , have done this but dont know what it all means on the screen
Yeah, that's my problem. I live in London which is nearly always flat so i find myself easily reaching the 15.5mph max speed. As a result i find myself working extra hard to go a bit faster. Bearing in mind the weight of the bike that's quite a lot of extra hard work.
All I was trying to say is that 15.5 is a bit too slow on a flat road as that can easily be surpassed by peddling on a normal bike. Perhaps I bought my E-bike a bit too early on in life ;-)
Great advice D8Veh can you suggest a controller LCD to try? Is the King Master a good option as it's already set up for the Volt bike?You need to get the controller and display as a set to be sure. Check you present connector on the motor first, then you can replace everything else for about £60 to guarantee no speed limit.