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mindaubar 21/07/2021
Fiido L3 came in one week and was packaged very well. L3 has the top speed of about 23 km/h in road as shown in GPS (though bike meter most often shows about 24 km/h). Fiido bike speedometer tend to show about +5% higher speed than real. Using speed crack to unlock speed – holding both (M and ⇄ “Shift”) meter buttons (till blinking), then M, and finally ⇄ key – bike locked to lower speed of ~15km/h in road (~16 km/h in meter); same combination reversed the limit. Light cycling at electric assist gear level 1 provides about 11–12 km/h, level 2 – about 13.5–14 km/h by GPS (14–15 km/h in Fiido meter), level 3 – about 15.5–16 km/h by GPS (16–17 km/h in meter). Cruise control works, though not documented: then bike is ON, do long-press ⇄ button till numbers blinking; you need to turn ON this once – it will survive bike turn off; then turn the throttle handle and drive by keeping a fixed speed for more than 8 seconds. We can now let go of the throttle and the speed will be kept constant. If you no longer need fixed speed, just shake throttle handle (turn handle up/down) or press brake lever. L3 battery indicator has 5 levels: 4 levels remained after about 24 km, 3 levels remained after about +23 km (=47 km), 2 levels – after +21 km (=67 km), 1 level - after +20 (=87 km), 0 level (blinking) - after +25 km (=112 km) and after about +12 km (=124 km) speed started to drop very fast, and after +1 km going only via electric mode is unacceptably slow (~10 km/h); in total I managed to travel 125 km in almost pure electric moped mode. Top speed depends on battery level; thumb ruler: top speed show in meter = 20 + remaining battery levels; true speed in road = 95% of speed shown in Fiido meter. My Fiido L3 had minor problem initially: handle-bar was slightly turned counter-clockwise (to the left); bike has option to slightly to regulate this turning, but with time down-regulated in first days; a bit later I successed to regulate permanently. Grades on seat steam must reverse.
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mindaubar Regardingsafety, orange reflectors must be added on wheels or at least near them

mindaubar 21/07/2021
Fiido L3 came in one week and was packaged very well. L3 has the top speed of about 23 km/h in road as shown in GPS (though bike meter most often shows about 24 km/h). Fiido bike speedometer tend to show about +5% higher speed than real. Using speed crack to unlock speed – holding both (M and ⇄ “Shift”) meter buttons (till blinking), then M, and finally ⇄ key – bike locked to lower speed of ~15km/h in road (~16 km/h in meter); same combination reversed the limit. Light cycling at electric assist gear level 1 provides about 11–12 km/h, level 2 – about 13.5–14 km/h by GPS (14–15 km/h in Fiido meter), level 3 – about 15.5–16 km/h by GPS (16–17 km/h in meter). Cruise control works, though not documented: then bike is ON, do long-press ⇄ button till numbers blinking; you need to turn ON this once – it will survive bike turn off; then turn the throttle handle and drive by keeping a fixed speed for more than 8 seconds. We can now let go of the throttle and the speed will be kept constant. If you no longer need fixed speed, just shake throttle handle (turn handle up/down) or press brake lever. L3 battery indicator has 5 levels: 4 levels remained after about 24 km, 3 levels remained after about +23 km (=47 km), 2 levels – after +21 km (=67 km), 1 level - after +20 (=87 km), 0 level (blinking) - after +25 km (=112 km) and after about +12 km (=124 km) speed started to drop very fast, and after +1 km going only via electric mode is unacceptably slow (~10 km/h); in total I managed to travel 125 km in almost pure electric moped mode. Top speed depends on battery level; thumb ruler: top speed show in meter = 20 + remaining battery levels; true speed in road = 95% of speed shown in Fiido meter. My Fiido L3 had minor problem initially: handle-bar was slightly turned counter-clockwise (to the left); bike has option to slightly to regulate this turning, but with time down-regulated in first days; a bit later I successed to regulate permanently. Grades on seat steam must reverse.
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D: Si può sbloccare la velocità a 35 kmh?

Domandata da Tiziano Venturelli il 2021-03-31 02:57:00

mindaubar In general, there are two variants of Fiido L3: if your bike has an locked speed of 15–17kmh, it can unlock to 23–25kmh; if the initial locked speed is 23–25kmh, you can unlock up to 35-40kmh. Fiido L3 speed crack is holding both (M and ⇄ [Shift]) meter keys (till numbers starts blinking), then quickly M, and finally quickly ⇄ [Shitf] (while numbers are still blinking). However I am not sure which one variant are provided in this store from time to time.

2021-07-09 03:01:47 Utile (2)
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mindaubar Maximal speed can be achieved via turning Speed handlebar = throttle = accelerator (it is at right of handlebar). Fiido L3 speed crack is holding both (M and ⇄ [Shift]) meter keys (till blinking), then M, and finally ⇄ [Shitf]. If your bike has an initial locked speed of 15–17kmh, it will unlock only 23–25kmh. If the initial locked speed is 23–25kmh, you can unlock up to 35-40kmh. Only if your bike is unlocked to have 35-40 kmh top speed, changing to mode 3 (level 3 via display) will allow obtain 25 kmh at very light cycling. If your bike is unlocked to have 23–25 kmh top speed, changing to mode 3 (level 3 via display) will allow obtain 16 kmh at very light cycling.

2021-07-08 06:38:18 Utile (0)
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