BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

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BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by kerrylaw » Aug 03 2017 11:40pm

Has anyone taken a screen shot, or captured the .el file from a controller that has been "hot rodded" from Lunacycle? I swear I did a "save file" before I messed with the programming but am not so sure now. IF anyone DID save the settings as they came from Luna, PLEASE upload the file, or at least a screenshot for the 3 tabs. Thanks guys

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by tomjasz » Aug 14 2017 4:21pm

Thanks Justin_le we're here thanks to you. All the best to the mods for their tireless work keeping it on an even keel.

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by Dogboy1200 » Oct 28 2017 7:35am

Check out the Ludicrous Controller in the used items section
2007 Transition Preston FR BBS02 https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 28&t=73635 Now HD https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... &start=225
2006 KTM 250 XC-W
2005 crf50 stunt bike
Oset 12.5 (son's bike)
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Mongoose Kids Fat Bike BBS02 https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... =6&t=84133 https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... e#p1232034

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by NaturalViolence » Feb 13 2020 8:13am

Hi, random googler here that found this thread looking for the answer to the same question OP had.

That link you posted does not have the hot rod settings op is looking for anywhere.
Dogboy1200 wrote:
Oct 28 2017 7:35am
Check out the Ludicrous Controller in the used items section
This has nothing to do with OPs question....

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by E-HP » Feb 13 2020 7:33pm

NaturalViolence wrote:
Feb 13 2020 8:13am
Hi, random googler here that found this thread looking for the answer to the same question OP had.

That link you posted does not have the hot rod settings op is looking for anywhere.
Dogboy1200 wrote:
Oct 28 2017 7:35am
Check out the Ludicrous Controller in the used items section
This has nothing to do with OPs question....
Ahh, good detective work. When you find the answer, could you update this post so others may benefit? :bigthumb:

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by tomjasz » Feb 14 2020 2:47pm

NaturalViolence wrote:
Feb 13 2020 8:13am
Hi, random googler here that found this thread looking for the answer to the same question OP had.

That link you posted does not have the hot rod settings op is looking for anywhere.
Dogboy1200 wrote:
Oct 28 2017 7:35am
Check out the Ludicrous Controller in the used items section

This has nothing to do with OPs question....
Yeah, nothing there unless you actually read the page. Karl's sauce is actually better. Go to luna's forum for more.
Thanks Justin_le we're here thanks to you. All the best to the mods for their tireless work keeping it on an even keel.

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by E-HP » Feb 14 2020 4:26pm

tomjasz wrote:
Feb 14 2020 2:47pm
Yeah, nothing there unless you actually read the page. Karl's sauce is actually better. Go to luna's forum for more.
I don't think the post was presenting a question, but just a commentary, like bad hamburger; no reading required (that page had everything required to set up the system to customize/personalize it for the rider, from what I could tell):

viewtopic.php?f=3&t=94719&p=1387416&hil ... d#p1387416

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by NaturalViolence » Feb 18 2020 10:30pm

tomjasz wrote:
Feb 14 2020 2:47pm
Yeah, nothing there unless you actually read the page.
I don't really want to start a fight with you but since you decided to insult me by implying I didn't read the link I guess I have no choice now. I never said "nothing is there". I will reiterate what I said. That link does not contain the luna hot rod settings.

This is factually correct and you can easily confirm this by reading the article in its entirety. You are welcome to prove me wrong by quoting the section of the article that does contain it but cannot find it.

Now it contains lots of other useful information and other people's settings. But that's not what OP asked for, he asked for those specific settings, which again are not there. Now you might ask "why does that even matter?". Well besides the fact that when someone asks for specific information it's generally a good idea to either provide the information if you know it, or say nothing if you don't. My specific issue with this (which I also stated quite clearly) is that anyone googling to find those settings will come across this thread since the thread is titled "Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?" and will therefore show up near the top of the search results for any query on this topic. Then they will go through the same cycle I did. Reading your post that implies the settings are in that link. Then reading the article that link points to. Then realizing the settings they are looking for aren't there.
Then moving on to the next result in google. In other words they will waste a lot of time and not get anywhere. My post (as I stated originally) was intended to prevent that for any future googlers and save them time.

TL:DR
1. OP asks for the luna hot rod settings.
2. You say "All here" and provide a link to an article that does not contain the luna hot rod settings.
3. A random person trying to find those settings (me) through google stumbles upon the thread and decides to correct the mistake as clearly as possible without insulting anyone.
4. You get offended by the correction and respond with something that's both insulting and doesn't even address the correction made.
5. I am forced to waste more of my time making this response post in the hopes of clarifying this matter and (hopefully) teaching you why I had to make that correction so that you don't make this type of mistake again.

Now what you SHOULD have done is either:
1. Say nothing
2. Post the settings
3. Do more research to find the settings if you didn't already know them
4. Post "I'm not sure what those settings are but this article has other settings that might help you [insert link] (not the best option but at least here you're not trying to imply that the link has the settings that OP is looking for)

I went ahead and emailed Luna to get more clarification on this. Here are the actual settings OP was looking for:
Profile Luna-BBSHD

BASIC
Low Battery Protection [Volts] 41
Current Limit [Amps] 30
Assist Levels Current Limit [%] Speed Limit [%]
Assist 0 1 1
Assist 1 20 85
Assist 2 30 85
Assist 3 40 90
Assist 4 50 95
Assist 5 60 96
Assist 6 70 100
Assist 7 80 100
Assist 8 90 100
Assist 9 100 100
Speed Meter Type External, Wheel Sensor
Speed Meter Signals 1
Wheel Diameter [Inch] 26
PEDAL ASSIST
Pedal Sensor Type Double Signal 24
Designated Assist Level By Display's Command
Speed Limit By Display's Command
Start Current [%] 10
Slow-start Mode (1-8) 3
Crank Trigger Pulses 10
Work Mode (Crank Speed/Wheel*10) Undeterminated
Stop Delay [x10ms] 5
Current Decay (1-8) 8
Stop Decay [x10ms] 0
Keep Current [%] 80
THROTTLE
Start Voltage [x100mV] 11
End Voltage [x100mV] 35
Mode Current
Designated Assist Level 9
Speed Limit 40 km/h | 24.9 mph
Start Current [%] 10

To anyone googling this in the future. You're welcome.

I will not respond to any further posts in this thread at this point. You're welcome to post a rebuttal if you wish to, but I won't respond to it since I would consider it a waste of time for both of us at this point since I've now said everything I can possibly say on this. I apologize for the tone but when you insult someone they tend to get angry.

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Re: BBSHD "hot rod" settings from Lunacycle?

Post by E-HP » Feb 19 2020 12:09am

Also, Googled for future reference:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/fcen6yukxar4 ... .xlsx?dl=0

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