Ncm Moscow plus throttle

GeorgeDavid

New Member
Does anyone know if I have to use a Das-Kit display with the Das-Kit motor?

Is there not anyway I could use the follow bafang display (or any display) and thumb throttle with the following 4 wire extension?

JUNSTAR EB-Bus 1T4 Waterproof Cable for Bafang BBS BBSHD Mid Motor, with Brake Levers Thumb Throttle Display Connector https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07YDBSDJ4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_OF4bFb22KWGPR

Bafang 8fun LCD 750C 850C 860C C18 C965 C961 500C SW102 Display Meter Control Panel for Electric Bicycle BBS02 and BBSHD Mid Drive Motor https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B083FJ7VXB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_.I4bFbJNZFE0K

JVSISM E-Bike Thumb Throttle Mid Motor Conversion Kits Waterproof Accelerator for Bafang Bbs Bbs01B Bbs02B Bbshd https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07WVPP4TR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_PJ4bFbS6Z2YZK

Let me know if I’m onto something...

Gio
 

Timpo

Well-Known Member
Does anyone know if I have to use a Das-Kit display with the Das-Kit motor?

Is there not anyway I could use the follow bafang display (or any display) and thumb throttle with the following 4 wire extension?

JUNSTAR EB-Bus 1T4 Waterproof Cable for Bafang BBS BBSHD Mid Motor, with Brake Levers Thumb Throttle Display Connector https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07YDBSDJ4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_OF4bFb22KWGPR

Bafang 8fun LCD 750C 850C 860C C18 C965 C961 500C SW102 Display Meter Control Panel for Electric Bicycle BBS02 and BBSHD Mid Drive Motor https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B083FJ7VXB/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_.I4bFbJNZFE0K

JVSISM E-Bike Thumb Throttle Mid Motor Conversion Kits Waterproof Accelerator for Bafang Bbs Bbs01B Bbs02B Bbshd https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07WVPP4TR/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_PJ4bFbS6Z2YZK

Let me know if I’m onto something...

Gio
The motor might be fine because I've seen Das Kit using identical 9 pin connector to Bafang.

However, the Bafang display may only be used with Bafang Controller.
 

GeorgeDavid

New Member
For example this display?

 

Papparay

Member
For example this display?

Hi George, this unit only has 4 pedal assist settings, the Das Kit has 6 PAS. Personally I'd stick to the Das Kit.
 

GeorgeDavid

New Member
So I’ve ordered the Das-Kit off road display.

My bike is the standard 27.5 Moscow.

Can someone talk me through the installation?

I looked at the connectors earlier and they are 5 pin wires.

Thanks,

Giorgio
 

Papparay

Member
It's a doddle buddy. Just remove the grip brake lever and gear shift. Slide the throttle on and replace everything back on in reverse order. The dispay is easier, remove the old unit and use the bracket to fit the new 5 wire display. Then plug in all the connectors switch on and off you go.
You may also have to reset the display, which is quite simple. Someone has been kind enough to put a utube video on this thread on how to do it. Just scroll back.
 

Abelardo

New Member

Age

New Member
Hello all, I have been following this thread. Never owned an e bike before and after reading reviews
I would like to purchase the Moscow plus and thanks to this thread would also purchase the upgraded lcd unit and throttle.
Question .... is this bike available on the cycle to work scheme?

thanks in advance
 

DavidN

Member
Hello all, I have been following this thread. Never owned an e bike before and after reading reviews
I would like to purchase the Moscow plus and thanks to this thread would also purchase the upgraded lcd unit and throttle.
Question .... is this bike available on the cycle to work scheme?

thanks in advance
Dont think so, only available from Leon cycles who are German based, dont see anything on their website about any cycleschemes.
 

GeorgeDavid

New Member
Hi Guys,

Does anyone have an old C7 display mount like this?


The supplier from Australia didn’t send me one with the display.

I don’t mind paypaling some money if anyone has a spare.

Many thanks :)

Gio
 
Hi Guys,

Does anyone have an old C7 display mount like this?


The supplier from Australia didn’t send me one with the display.

I don’t mind paypaling some money if anyone has a spare.

Many thanks :)

Gio
It must be a regular thing - they didn't send me one either (or the throttle). I messaged them and they sent them straight away but I am in Australia so it was obviously a lot quicker.
 

Age

New Member
So after following this thread after being interested in purchasing an Ebike and first bike generally in 20 years, I finally have my Moscow plus. I was initially following the Australian website for the off road lcd display with throttle, when it dropped to2 left in stock I took the plunge and purchased the off road kit first. Upon receiving it after about 3 weeks the next step was to order the bike. It took about 3 days for delivery which was ace, didn’t expect that. The battery was completely dead so after a 6 hour charge it was full charged and ready to go. I never used the original LCD unit, I swapped over the off road kit instantly and it was ready to go. So easy to swap over and so happy to see the display light up the first time and completed the settings as per this thread. I got the 27.5 inch version and on throttle I get 20mph. On peddle assist I get comfortably 20mph as well but I need to peddle harder before the power bars run out, which is around 21. However 20mph with hardly any peddling is absolutely fine by me.

I have had it two days now and done 21 miles already... before this bike I was doing no exercise at all so this is a great start in the right direction.

thanks to widget for creating this thread and giving me the confidence to purchase this bike and the display.

quick question, my rear break leaver depresses more than then front one to engage the pads. I know it’s hydraulic so nothing can’t be tightened up as such. Is ever ones else like this? Is it done on purpose?

If I wanted it tighter how would you add more oil?
 
So after following this thread after being interested in purchasing an Ebike and first bike generally in 20 years, I finally have my Moscow plus. I was initially following the Australian website for the off road lcd display with throttle, when it dropped to2 left in stock I took the plunge and purchased the off road kit first. Upon receiving it after about 3 weeks the next step was to order the bike. It took about 3 days for delivery which was ace, didn’t expect that. The battery was completely dead so after a 6 hour charge it was full charged and ready to go. I never used the original LCD unit, I swapped over the off road kit instantly and it was ready to go. So easy to swap over and so happy to see the display light up the first time and completed the settings as per this thread. I got the 27.5 inch version and on throttle I get 20mph. On peddle assist I get comfortably 20mph as well but I need to peddle harder before the power bars run out, which is around 21. However 20mph with hardly any peddling is absolutely fine by me.

I have had it two days now and done 21 miles already... before this bike I was doing no exercise at all so this is a great start in the right direction.

thanks to widget for creating this thread and giving me the confidence to purchase this bike and the display.

quick question, my rear break leaver depresses more than then front one to engage the pads. I know it’s hydraulic so nothing can’t be tightened up as such. Is ever ones else like this? Is it done on purpose?

If I wanted it tighter how would you add more oil?
your welcome im pleased i managed to help a few people out :) mines still working great , i have the same issue with the brake lever also but didnt like the look of it so just lived with it lol
 

KuRi

Active Member
Regarding the brake, you have some things to check:
- Adjust the reach of the levers, if they are not the same, they can have a different "bite point"
- Make sure the caliper is well aligned and the brake pads are equally used
- Add more oil by just pushing more oil from the caliper without removing the lever cap (this is called overbleeding and if you don't have experience bleeding systems don't do it xD)