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Inmotion v11 and pedal sensitivity (EUC world app)


Finn Bjerke
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EUC world have many intreresting options for the magnificent Inmotion V11.  Comfort mode vs sportsmode in one of em... Switching off cooling fan is another (I want more fans )     As IM getting used to this wonderfull wheel I realise downhill riding is better with 100% pedal sensitivty - normal riding with 25% pedal sensitivty is more fun... So where is the sweet point of balance for you? Are other  factors relevant tirepressure suspensions chambers, mentality etc also relevant ... 

(pls dont give me the "psychologicalæ factor nonsens, Im a psycholigst myssef 4 petes sake. ) 

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Yeah but more variables like comfort mode vs sport mode also there is pedal tilt and pedal sensitivity  also the  psio IN THE suspension chambers is important combine all that with your technique.   V11 is a great wheel worth every penny. 

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I'd have to guess comfort and sport modes in euc world are the equivalent of commuter and offroad modes in the Inmotion app. The Inmotion app has tilt and sensitivity as well. I like the option of having the fan turn off when you come to a stop with the light on. 

I have mine set to fancier, offroad, tilt at 0, and sensitivity around 85. Shocks are at 135/50, and tire around 30psi, maybe a bit less (194lbs). I've had it for four days and it's been amazing so far. Just floats over everything with ease. Rode some technical mountain bike trails yesterday with lots of roots and steep hills. Didn't clip the bottom of the shocks once, and it pulled up every hill. Only quirk I've noticed is some pedal dip after coming out of a long turn at speeds around 15mph and up. It's happened a few times and I shifted my weight back each time to level out. 

Can't wait for the seat!

 

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I went on a long cruise about 35 miles on commuter mode with 0 angle, 25 pedal sensitivity. It felt really nice in the beginning but after about 20 miles my calves were extremely fatigued. I bumped it up to 100 sensitivity on the way back (about 25 miles) and it was a lot easier to maintain speed. Keep in mind that I was pushing it hard. I was ebbing in and out of tilt back. 
 

At night 100 sensitivity is the way to go so the light stays the most upright. I have t decided if commuter or off road mode is better for night yet. Either way 100 sensitivity keeps the light most upright. 
 

My shocks are set to 100/50 and tire around 35-37 psi. I weigh about 160. Maybe closer to 170 with a pack and gear. 

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