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Old 10-23-20, 11:43 AM   #21
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Its great to see you getting so much use out of it!

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Old 10-25-20, 10:51 AM   #22
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I have been using it more than I thought I would. It is just fun to ride and I enjoy riding a lot more than I thought I would.


I soldered two pieces of copper across the mosfets. I am not really sure how much that will help but people that did the mod claimed it helps.


I went over a bunch of the solder joints and added a small amount of solder. I do believe this will help as some of the joints looked very questionable.

I added a resistor in parallel this should increase the current flow AMPS. (Shunt Mod)


I had to order an adapter for my measuring device. I need to find out the amp draw now then install the moded controller and measure the amp draw to know how much I increased it.
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That looks cool. Love seeing more and more of these around town.

Any particular reason you took the fenders off? Did they..... 'offend'er you? groan....
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I did not like the looks and they were cheap plastic. I thought it just made it look and feel cheap.
I my get something like this later.


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