By changing the number of sprocket teeth, without updating the gear ratio in the Bosch firmware, would low-end torque improve?
I do not want to go faster. I want greater uphill climbing power in hills above 10% grade.
I do not know the Bosch Algorithm details. My guess is more teeth would result in the motor perceiving sensor input differently. More teeth is a slower cadence RPM. You must push harder, so the torque sensor might register greater force. The combination might cause the controller to supply more torque?
I appreciate any insight you can provide. I do not know how to calculate the outcome from adding more teeth to the motor sprocket.
I am software developer with firmware experience.