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Pedal tilt & "Car Body Turning & Forward Correction"


Hangman
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I am trying to find a definition of pedal tilt & "Car Body Turning & Forward Correction" information for the InMotion app.  What does 4 degree tilt mean?  Is this 4 degrees tilt forward or 4 degrees tilt backward?  Riding my wheel, when pedal tilt is at zero, I feel many times I am leaning way forward when in reality I am standing up strait buy my feet are angled slightly upward from heel to toe giving me the feeling I am leaning forward.  It gets taxing on the calves rather quickly.  Granted I may have been running at less than 50% battery which I have recently learned would should cause the pedals to tilt slightly backwards to limit acceleration/speed?  But setting the pedal tilt at +2 or +3 degrees hasn't helped that I can feel.  So does the tilt only come into affect at a certain speed, otherwise remains near zero?  If it comes into affect at a certain speed, what is that speed that the pedal starts to tilt?

   These settings may be different with different wheels; Kingsong vs Inmotion vs Gotway.

[Edited]   I had a weird experience on my wheel as I was playing with these settings.  Setting my pedal tilt at +6 [edited: my bad, +0.6 degrees.  Another confusing point, InMotion app allows one to set the tilt at decimal points of degree, so 0.6 degrees.  In the EUC World app it's listed as 6x0.1 degrees], the pedal would feel horizontal to the ground when I started riding.  Accelerating would cause the pedal to tilt forward.  Then as I started to slow my acceleration, the pedal would tilt back toward zero.  Is the pedal tilt designed to be interactive with the speed of the wheel or is it a hard setting?  In other words, does the adjustment of the pedal tilt in the app cause the pedals to fluctuate more in acceleration & brake or is it a set & forget setting?  If I set the pedal tilt to +4 degrees, does the pedal tilt adjust & stay at +4 degrees regardless of the rider & riding technique or does the pedal fluctuate from zero to +4 / -4 degrees depending upon the acceleration / braking of the rider?

   The second weird thing I had with my wheel was a setting called "Car body turning & forward correction" on the InMotion app.  I don't know how to set this setting nor what it suppose to do but when playing with both the +6 degree pedal tilt & this CBTFC button (there was no interactive screen or any other activity when I picked the button), turning right I felt my toes scraping the pavement the pedal tilted so much.  I nearly lost control it was such a steep tilt.  Turning left on the other hand, I had no forward tilt at all.

   I have not yet found any definitions of these settings nor the appropriate explanation of what setting will do what affect.  We really need a more descriptive "user manual".

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Nobody responded to you so I'll take a shot at it:

* It's obvious what these settings do: they tilt you forward or backwards.

* I was playing with it yesterday and determined I prefer it off, or 1 degree leaning forward, at the most. Anything else is uncomfortable.

* Running low battery does not cause the pedals to tilt permanently, it just enforces a different speed limit by using tilting - if you are below the speed limit your pedals are not tilted regardless of battery level (until 0% when it tilts upwards by about 20 degrees to make you stop riding).

* The tilt setting is not affected by your speed, if you set it to lean forward 1% it will do that even when accelerating and decelerating

* The most important feature inside "Car Boy Tuning & Forward Correction" is the Reset to Factory Defaults. You should do that - and then never look back, you don't need these settings.

 

 

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