remove speed from samebike 20lvdx30

Metalazo

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#21
Dear All,

I found a comment on a youtube video
Where the guy says in German :

"Softwaregelocktes Geschwindigkeitslimit beim LO26 entriegeln: Display aus, (beide?) Bremshebel gezogen halten und dann Displayknopf mindestens 5 Sekunden lang gedrückt halten. :) Verriegeln: Display aus, rechten Bremshebel gezogen halten und wieder mind. 5 Sekunden Knopf gedrückt halten (S830-Display geht dann an). So sollte es funktionieren. Komme entlockt auf ca. 30-32 kmh. Mehr wird der 350 Watt Motor vermutlich nicht schaffen. Ist bei mir dann das Maximum was geht. ;-) "

Google Traslator says in English :

"Unlocking the LO26 speed limit: Release the display, (both?) Hold the brake lever and then hold the display button pressed for at least 5 seconds. :)
Locking: Keep the display off, keep the right brake lever pulled and hold the button again for at least 5 seconds (the S830 display will then start). That's how it should work. Come entlocks to about 30-32 km / h. More, the 350 watts engine will probably not create. Is with me then the maximum is possible. ;-) "

Please let us know if works for you.
 

picusiaubas

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jan 28, 2019
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#22
Dear All,

I found a comment on a youtube video
Where the guy says in German :

"Softwaregelocktes Geschwindigkeitslimit beim LO26 entriegeln: Display aus, (beide?) Bremshebel gezogen halten und dann Displayknopf mindestens 5 Sekunden lang gedrückt halten. :) Verriegeln: Display aus, rechten Bremshebel gezogen halten und wieder mind. 5 Sekunden Knopf gedrückt halten (S830-Display geht dann an). So sollte es funktionieren. Komme entlockt auf ca. 30-32 kmh. Mehr wird der 350 Watt Motor vermutlich nicht schaffen. Ist bei mir dann das Maximum was geht. ;-) "

Google Traslator says in English :

"Unlocking the LO26 speed limit: Release the display, (both?) Hold the brake lever and then hold the display button pressed for at least 5 seconds. :)
Locking: Keep the display off, keep the right brake lever pulled and hold the button again for at least 5 seconds (the S830 display will then start). That's how it should work. Come entlocks to about 30-32 km / h. More, the 350 watts engine will probably not create. Is with me then the maximum is possible. ;-) "

Please let us know if works for you.
Very interesting, thanks. The same fix would probably not work on XMZ1214 on 20LVDX30 since there are no display buttons. But I can try various random weird combinations with brakes, accelerator and ignition.
 

picusiaubas

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Jan 28, 2019
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#23
Omg, I think I did it! Here is the trick: press and hold the left brake and then turn on ignition. It should display 01 km/h on display. Wait a few seconds till it becomes 00 and turn off ignition. Repeat the same procedure. Now it should display 02 km/h. Do the same thing till you reach 07. Next time it should reset to 0, but the speed limit changes. Mine went from 30km/h to 37km/h on freely spinning wheel and fully charged battery (on bike display). In fact, it really feels that the wheel is spinning faster.

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However, I can’t tell if the real speed has increased cause I haven’t tried it before the procedure. But now I am getting around 26-27km/h on flat surface, at -3 degrees and 75kg weight (real, measured with phone GPS). Which looks quite decent, even though the bike display shows 35. The engine doesn’t seem to stop working when going downhill at higher speeds.
 
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getgotti

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jan 29, 2019
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#24
I have use the bike in the rain several times now with no problems.
 

getgotti

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Jan 29, 2019
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#25
picusiaubas you are an absolute genius! Just tried your trick and it works! Couldn't test the GPS speed as I was in a car park basement at work, but will do later on my commute home. The power was amazing, I couldn't even get to top speed in the car park as the straight run was not long enough.
 

picusiaubas

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Jan 28, 2019
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#26
picusiaubas you are an absolute genius! Just tried your trick and it works! Couldn't test the GPS speed as I was in a car park basement at work, but will do later on my commute home. The power was amazing, I couldn't even get to top speed in the car park as the straight run was not long enough.
I’m glad it worked! :) No rocket science, just trying pure random combinations till finally I noticed that the ones with the left brake increment the number you see when turning on ignition.

BTW, you can get the speed limit back by doing the same thing but holding both right brake and accelerator instead. Might be useful to compare the speeds and acceleration in the same weather conditions.
 

peciak

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Mar 14, 2019
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#27
I’m glad it worked! :) No rocket science, just trying pure random combinations till finally I noticed that the ones with the left brake increment the number you see when turning on ignition.

BTW, you can get the speed limit back by doing the same thing but holding both right brake and accelerator instead. Might be useful to compare the speeds and acceleration in the same weather conditions.
Is it possible for you to record a short video showing how to unlock the speed, and how to get back to the blockage of 25km / h?
Should I leave the state when I unlock it so that the display shows 07 or 0? The movie would explain a lot. If it works it's great.
 

getgotti

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Jan 29, 2019
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#28
The last 07- needs to go to 0. It's like resetting the system I guess. I was hitting speeds of 30 kph measured on phone GPS speedometer, so a big improvement. It has cut my journey time by 10 mins each way on my daily commute and the bike is so much more fun to ride now! I look forward to it every day!
 

picusiaubas

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jan 28, 2019
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#29
The last 07- needs to go to 0. It's like resetting the system I guess. I was hitting speeds of 30 kph measured on phone GPS speedometer, so a big improvement. It has cut my journey time by 10 mins each way on my daily commute and the bike is so much more fun to ride now! I look forward to it every day!
Nice! Do you have 20LVDX30 or XMZ1214?

Is it possible for you to record a short video showing how to unlock the speed, and how to get back to the blockage of 25km / h?
Should I leave the state when I unlock it so that the display shows 07 or 0? The movie would explain a lot. If it works it's great.
I could certainly do it, but is it really needed? The process seems straight-forward: you hold the left brake and turn-on/turn-off ignition multiple times till it resets to 00 km/h.
 

getgotti

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Jan 29, 2019
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#30
I've got the XMZ1214. I went for it because of the battery range of 50km compared to 40km of the 20LVDX30. 15APH vs 10APH. And now the speed is increased I'm very happy.
 

picusiaubas

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Jan 28, 2019
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#32
I have 20lvxd30, but with a different display. Unfortunately, this method did not work for me.
Since there is a button, try the German method from the post number 21.
 

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