Oxygen S-Cross MTB MkII (again!)

Hovlev2

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Apologies for posting again, but thought I'd try a couple of different sections! I
I just bought a new S-Cross MTB MkII as above, and was planning to put a throttle on it, but have been informed by Oxygen that the latest models (presumably 2021 models?) can't have a throttle fitted, neither can they be deristricted.
I'm not overly concerned about derestricting, but would like the option of a throttle.
Would anyone have any idea whether or not there is a throttle available which would work, or would something need programming (were that possible)
 

Nealh

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I call it spamming and is getting beyond a joke (must be 5 or 6 posts now in various sub fora), wait until you get the damn bike to find out.
 

Hovlev2

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I call it spamming and is getting beyond a joke (must be 5 or 6 posts now in various sub fora), wait until you get the damn bike to find out.
Jesus, keep your hair on- probably 3, but so what- just scroll past if you don't like it. Nice to get a warm welcome anyway, I bet you're a bundle of laughs at parties. Hopefully most other people on here will be a bit more civil
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Nealh

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I counted four post asking the same thing aka spamming, at what point does the same Q get boring when no one knows as of yet.
 

Hovlev2

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Ok so you can count, (although I thought you said 5 or 6.. )If you don't like it, move on!
 
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Nealh

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I wasn't counting at first.
 

Nealh

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Out of interest, the only reason it was posted in different sections was because someone on here advised me to. Not you at a wild guess
Nope not me, no need to keep pasting repeated posts as the anwsers will come.
Patience is needed as users give their time and advice freely and not on demand.
 

sjpt

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I think that most regular readers here probably use the 'new posts' button (at least, I do).
That way we see posts all the same regardless of where they are. That way we won't miss a post wherever it is posted, and usually won't even notice which sub-forum a post is on; but it makes duplicates a bit irritating.

The main reason for checking which sub-forum a particular post is on is to suggest when one should be moved to the s-pedalecs forum.

There is an exception for some reason of the General Chat sub-forum (https://www.pedelecs.co.uk/forum/forums/general-chat.10/); posts there don't show up in 'new posts' (at least they don't for me)
 

Hovlev2

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I think that most regular readers here probably use the 'new posts' button (at least, I do).
That way we see posts all the same regardless of where they are. That way we won't miss a post wherever it is posted, and usually won't even notice which sub-forum a post is on; but it makes duplicates a bit irritating.

The main reason for checking which sub-forum a particular post is on is to suggest when one should be moved to the s-pedalecs forum.

There is an exception for some reason of the General Chat sub-forum (https://www.pedelecs.co.uk/forum/forums/general-chat.10/); posts there don't show up in 'new posts' (at least they don't for me)
Thanks, that clarifies things!
 

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