Bypassing the speed Limiter on a CrossCurrent S2

wings02

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Has anyone been able to figure out how to bypass the speed limiter on a new Juiced CrossCurrent S2 ebike. I just received mine last week. The bike rides great.
I'm especially impressed with the torque sensor. My only complaint is the top speed with throttle only is just over 18mph. I can't get up to the maximum allowable speed of 20 mph. Any input would be appreciated.
 

Timpo

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I don't think you can, that's why Juiced sells offroad controller.
 

Timpo

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Unless you want to switch to Eunorau controller?

I don't know who else sells Bafang controller.

 

Timpo

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Is there enough space to fit KT controller?
KT controller is more popular / common.
 

linklemming

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Has anyone been able to figure out how to bypass the speed limiter on a new Juiced CrossCurrent S2 ebike. I just received mine last week. The bike rides great.
I'm especially impressed with the torque sensor. My only complaint is the top speed with throttle only is just over 18mph. I can't get up to the maximum allowable speed of 20 mph. Any input would be appreciated.
Have you changed the overall speed limit yet? My CCX came set to 20mph and I had to change it to go 28mph. This for PAS only

See video on how to use LCD setup

You can also add race mode but it only adds a few mph as your power limited above 28mph anyway. The best I ever saw was 31mph and I was pedaling hard on a slight downhill

That being said, the throttle is always limited to 20mph (not sure if race mode allows throttle above 20mph but I doubt it)
 
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wings02

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I did increase the speed limit to 40 and also added Race mode. Those settings are only for pedal assist.
 

wings02

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Has anyone experimented by changing the wheel diameter on the settings menu? I do understand that will affect the accuracy of the speedometer