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Brammo Empulse / Brammo and Polaris, they have left us alone in Europe
« Last post by katacrak on Today at 07:42:43 AM »
 >:( >:( 2 months waiting for the change in my gear box warranty, Yesterday talk to the distributor in Spain, and this desperate, because brammo and polaris do not provide after-sales service.

There is another bike stopped by an accident waiting also parts, paying the owner, and they do not serve you.

If this next week, I don't have a positive communication that all is normalized, speak with my lawyers

This is the last time I buy a product from a start-up  >:(
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Yeah, I think for me I'd want:
  • Sport Mode with max current limit and 12-15% regen
  • Eco mode with low current limit (less than now) and near 0% regen
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Backlash isn't my concern. I feel an eco mode for cruising on the highway (the place you truly need eco mode) would benefit from a sloppier throttle so you aren't wasting precious watts on constant small fluctuations of the throttle.
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I would love to see a low torque / high regen mode for maximizing range. How complicated is the procedure for making these adjustments? Also can you adjust throttle response?
You can adjust throttle response but that doesn't get rid of the driveline backlash.

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Brammo Enertia Mods / Re: Reflective wheel tape mod
« Last post by Shinysideup on April 29, 2016, 10:17:41 AM »
That is cool!  Was it hard to install?

Harder than just putting on the tape, but not really difficult: Bolting on the 4 aluminum brackets than support the LED's and zip tying the wiring into the 12V system (I already had a fuse block installed). The brackets are easy to bend in order to get the distance between the LED's and the rims just right. The kit also includes a push-button switch mounted to the handlebars for turning the lights on and off.

I was convinced to install them, not so much for their "cool" factor, but by a YouTube video that shows a bike crossing an intersection a block away at night. You can instantly recognize that what is passing is a two-wheeled vehicle. But they ARE cool and get lots of comments at night by cars that pull up along side me.
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It isn't that hard. You have a normal mode, and a sport mode with each their own regen setting and max current (i.e. low torque). Haven't played with throttle response, but it's there.

Might dig into it this weekend a little with the adapter and DVT software I've got.
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I would love to see a low torque / high regen mode for maximizing range. How complicated is the procedure for making these adjustments? Also can you adjust throttle response?
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Updated eco mode to 90% torque (about the original sport mode) and 0 regen in preparation for Road America in the event my hot mode runs too hot there.

Sport mode still has 12% regen.

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Brammo Enertia Mods / Re: Where is best place to tap into 12v power on the Enertia?
« Last post by jazz999 on April 28, 2016, 03:53:03 PM »
I thought I would just update this post.  I tapped into the fuse box using a standard $5 mini fuse tap from the auto supply store.  Pretty easy to use and install
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Brammo Enertia Mods / Re: Reflective wheel tape mod
« Last post by jazz999 on April 28, 2016, 03:51:43 PM »
That is cool!  Was it hard to install?
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