That's very useful information. Indeed, tilting the light properly makes miracles (I'm doing such adjustments on empty road at nighttime).After looking at their beam diagram I think I need to tilt the light higher.
Allan, you are very right! I have overlooked the fact the lights are differently placed in different Specialized e-bike models.You could use the Lezyne Power E115 from the 5.0 which is quite a bit brighter than the E65. I use a Vado SL version for my Creo. You would need to order the Como version and not the Vado SL version due to the mounting differences. The Vado SL is mounted upside down on the bars rather than on the fork. I just ordered it from a Specialized dealer as a spare. I started with the H65 on my Creo because the ebike shop had it in stock and I forgot to check the P/N until after I bought it. I used it until I was able to get the E115 which is noticeably brighter.
It was even moving forward when you stopped pedaling? I thought these things were pedal-assist and don't 'assist' if you stop pedaling? I don't know your model but does it have a throttle? Hopefully, the shop will figure it out - undesired movement could be a problem.Unfortunately I am having some issues with the electronics. Yesterday, I was in power level 3 and tried to go to level 2 but it would not take. I stopped, put my foot on the ground, and the motor kept propelling the bike forward. I quickly squeezed the brakes and turned off the power. Everything worked normally after powering up. This has happened two times so far. I'll be calling the shop today. Anybody heard of this issue? The mission control application says I'm up to date on everything.
Unfortunately the new 2022 Como 5.0 lights, Lezyne Power E115 will not work on your 2021 Como 4.0, because this is a fork-mounted front light, the most similar replacement that we carry and it is a significant upgrade, approx. 180 lumens:
S195800001 LGT MY19 COMO/SUPERNOVA FRONT LIGHT W/MULTIMOUNT ADAPTER TO MOUNT ON FORK, INCL. CABLE/CONNECTOR