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Derestricting Bafang m510

iscander13

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Oct 11, 2021
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earth
Hi again :) Does anyone know how to increase the speed limit on the M510 above 32 km/h? I can pedal with normal cadence at 36 km\h, but the besst tool told me that I can't do it (dealer and assembler can't do it) (both besstpro (latest version) and old besst (version 18) software).
 

Andy5

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Apr 10, 2023
10
18
Czech republic
Hi again :) Does anyone know how to increase the speed limit on the M510 above 32 km/h? I can pedal with normal cadence at 36 km\h, but the besst tool told me that I can't do it (dealer and assembler can't do it) (both besstpro (latest version) and old besst (version 18) software).
I had this some problem. In Besst pro it does not work, I had in older Besst problem with ports. Succsessfuly solved with cable from Aliexpres-set to max. 60km/hour: site 23.44£ 39% OFF|For BAFANG Programming Cable Speed Limit Release Wheel Diameter Setting M400 M600 M510 All CAN Protocol Dedicated Line| | - AliExpress
 

Dado

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Jun 28, 2022
626
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Bratislava
Hi again :) Does anyone know how to increase the speed limit on the M510 above 32 km/h? I can pedal with normal cadence at 36 km\h, but the besst tool told me that I can't do it (dealer and assembler can't do it) (both besstpro (latest version) and old besst (version 18) software).


Yes, it is now controlling region. Maybe try VPN to go from america.

Here is no hassle device and simple to set params with press of button.

Check this google forms for more info, pictures, video and ordering.

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Zimmerframe

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Jun 12, 2019
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Brittany, France
Was curious to know if this works (mentioned above) :


The first image on the listing is actually a video on how to do it. It's very straight forwards.

I actually bought one hoping I could just use it as a USB device to connect to the CAN bus and then make my own changes as you would in Besst, but it doesn't seem that simple ! :(

However, connect it up, power on the display DP-C245 in my case.

Connect the USB port to a laptop or power source.

The blue light flashes. Press the button as required , twice (quickly !!) in my case. Pressing twice slowly it took as a single press.

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Single press :

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Double press :

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On the DP-C245 I had to restart the bike for the revised settings to appear on the display.

Setting it back to default is the same.

Personally, I find the motor to be the easiest to ride over the limit anyway due to the way the assistance fades out so smoothly, but it might help someone who's bike has the wrong wheel setting or something if they don't have BESST or DADO's tool's.

I need to get one of those as I want to change my startup angle - I find the bike needs too much of a crank rotation before assistance begins when you're starting on a steep section.
 

Jeromep

Member
Mar 17, 2022
31
7
Florida
i just received one of these programming cables - literally today (sep7, 2023). Couldn’t figure out how to use it with DP C245 Ver 2 display, so plugged a more basic display.

Was able to switch from 15mph to 37mph (yah 37!!). Of course it comes with no instructions and the videos i could find have no audio so its difficult to know exactly how to use the damn thing. i will mess around with it some more tomorrow. if i learn anything new, i will post again.

i did take for test ride in ECO mode (mode 1) and it was happy doing 20mph - so far, so good!
 

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