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Can someone Tell me what the Error Code 17 in the Blackbox-Readout means?

Have this Code Seevetal Times in the Blackbox Data, but only Code 17 , No Others...

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Short Question again?

I have disabled all 3 Alarms in the App

But there are still 2 Alarms left: one at Topspeed (around 45Kmh)

and a Second one (but different and Not AS loud) mostly at around 42 Kmh , sometimes earlier (think its load-supposed Like pushing and Hit a bump)

Is this normal? Or should the Second one Not be there?

In this are exactly this two Alarms (one of them at the Last Seconds of the Vid --this one is what i described as my Topspeedalarm at 45Kmh)

The Other alarm in the Vid is more often noticable in the Vid at lower speeds....whats this Alarm for??

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Thats really odd! To my knowledge, I am pretty sure I have never heard that 1st alarm you had. I have always run all 3 alarms off, and the one I have at the top speed is the same as yours - more high pitched than the 1st one.

You are sure you have all 3 switched off? My app looks like this:

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Yes Tested everything...all Alarms Off and all 3 Alarms Set to 45 Kmh tested too...

Dont know whats that Second Alarm. 

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I an intrigued. I wonder if it is some sort of current alarm based on ambient temp. What temp was it during filming?

That said, plenty of Z have been ridden in cold weather and I havent heard of this. Someone on the forum must know!

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That was my Idea too, IT was 5 degree Celsius so quite cold , wheel Working Temp in the App Shows about 20 degree

IT Must be current based because of IT Happens at different speeds (like 35-43 kmh-range when i push IT quite hard then the Alarm Happens)

Im Not the Guy in the Video but IT are the Same Alarms!

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Yes and theres no user-adjustable current alarm so its not user related. I did notice recently just how much range is reduced in cooler weather so the impact to batteries is considerable and I think it was about 10 deg so not as bad as your example.

I wonder if NB has appreciated just how much current output is reduced in cooler weather and have built-in the alarm as a result. Clutching at straws really but I guess it's possible.

If it is due to the above then it may explain why I have never heard it - I haven't ridden in anything less than 10 deg.

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Holy moly, that is the sexiest and most awesomest Z10 on the planet! Absolutely magnificent! :w00t2::thumbup:

Why did you choose a 130/60 though? While bigger is always better, that is a freaking 5” wide tire! I would’ve thought a 110 or 100 mm wide tire would’ve been an easier fit.

How’s the gyro effect on that tire? Does it switch ”modes” as abruptly at 10mph?

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Now that is truly mental :w00t2:

I take my hat off to you for that one!

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10 hours ago, palachzzz said:

Maxxis m6024 r13 130/60

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It requires to cut about 5mm in the center of tire, about 1-2 mm from sides, you can use usual knife, but power plane is better.
Not more then 1 bar (15 PSI), otherwise it will rub the body

My God. This is awesome :thumbup: :cheers:

Love the sound - just like my ACM with the knobby tire. Sounds very cool when you're riding fast on pavement.

Although I can't see myself doing this to my Z10, I'm really curious how it has changed (if any) the riding behavior of the Z10. Is the slow and high-speed handling the same?

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I have got to get me one of those jfc lol.

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16 hours ago, Marty Backe said:

Is the slow and high-speed handling the same?

Almost the same, some minor changes, which is not easy to describe.. I would give you to try if we lived closer :)

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That's some snow wheel 👍😁

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