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Bigdog81
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Added an additional control unit and battery. At 105 kg and 6ft5 tall, my bike now pulls and gets to 60/70kmh very rapidly.

 

The bike should of been designed like this from the beginning. 

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Posted : 26/09/2018 16:34
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Oscar
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Can you give some detailed info? that's really amazing

Super Soco TS1200R

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Posted : 26/09/2018 16:41
puntofato
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send pics and tell us more about it

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Posted : 26/09/2018 18:13
targaryen
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Please make some videos

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Posted : 26/09/2018 18:31
JoeCitizen
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I'm also really interested to hear more @BigDog81 especially about the "additional control unit", I'm also wanting to upgrade. I was going max throttle in mode/gear 3 just the other day and I got overtaken by one of those cheap small wheeled Chinese scooters that cost less then half of what a SuperSoco does. Mind you, it was while ascending a steep mountain road, but it shows that even the 3kw (4hp) TC models have less torque and acceleration capabilities then cheap Chinese scooters, it's actually super disappointing; not to super soco. Either they're advertised as having better performance capabilities then they actually have, or they're severely restricted them for the retail market. ? 

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Posted : 27/09/2018 00:44
s550v
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How is battery life and is the additional control  Unit running parallel with the original CUnit?

Lastly, with two batteries connected in parallel I presume?

 

Please share some photos when you can.  I'm extremely interested to see how it was done. ?

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Posted : 27/09/2018 00:58
WattsUp
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I think maybe the controller was replaced; I don't see how you can run 2 controllers on 1 motor?

Would like some more info for sure!

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Posted : 27/09/2018 01:14
Bigdog81
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This is my tuner putting the parts back together.  See video testing if it works 🙂 of course it's no way close to this fast with my weight on the bike.

Stock controller is still maintained with an additional controller ( I can ask which model controller module he used for the addition unit)

He also did something with his laptop, it seemed.  (I was in and out of the place a few times buying coffee and snacks) 

Over all time to tune 3 hours.

Pulls away from the lights really well. Gets to top speeds quickly. Haven't had chance to max Her out.  yes! You read right, it's a she! ) 

Overall a well worth upgrade. I'll consider upgrading the hub motor in the future, but for now I'm happy with the tune.

I'll be changing the disks next week, front and rear, this should improve the aweful workmanship of the brake modules on this bike. Every tc rider I know has brake issues, rubbing, gridning making a horrendous sound. Update to follow.

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Posted : 27/09/2018 02:55
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Bigdog81
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Well, it does. I was under the same impression as well. They are some how interlinked. 

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Posted : 27/09/2018 05:39
JoeCitizen
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Wow, that's really impressive,  I'd certainly sacrifice battery life for increased acceleration, If you don't mind me asking can I ask how much it cost (you can pm me)? Did you get this done at an offical SuperSOCO dealer? My local Soco outlet is a bunch of young guys who I'd assume would be up for a bit of performance modding however, being an official SuperSOCO outlet I don't know if they have the technical know how or if they are not a permitted due to voiding the warranty.

I also have some quarms about the brakes, it's really irritating that there isn't a sound way to manually adjust them. Motorbikes are made to be tinkered with, it shouldn't be any different for SOCO's.

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Posted : 27/09/2018 05:39
melkorestebanje
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What I see is a universal battery. It is not from Soco's original. It is similar to some I put in. I think that being equivalents go well. Good work.

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Posted : 27/09/2018 09:30
tomp
 tomp
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Very interesting! Would love to know more about the dual controller and laptop tune! 

If this bike could go 60mph id be super happy!

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Posted : 28/09/2018 15:19
tomp
 tomp
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something like this I imagine...

 

http://www.myniu.org/making-the-n1s-faster/

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Posted : 28/09/2018 15:28
WattsUp
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The new controller (72 volt 65 amp) is running the motor. The old controller is probably just running the gauges. I will assume he installed another 60 volt battery because a 72 volt battery and 60 volt battery can't run together. Nice mod.

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Posted : 29/09/2018 04:15
Bigdog81
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Yes. It's not a soco battery. It's a generic high grade battery, however.

Does the job and the upgrade is brilliant. So much fun to ride, now.

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Posted : 30/09/2018 17:50
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