• Warning!!

    Riding a tuned or deristricted EMTB is not a trivial offence and can have serious legal consequences. Also, many manufacturers can detect the use of a tuning device or deristricting method and may decline a repair under warranty if it was modified from the intended original specification. Deristricting EMTB's can also add increased loads for motors and batteries. Riding above the local law limit may reclassify the bike as a low-powered bike, requiring insurance, registration and a number plate.

    Be aware of your local country laws. Many laws prohibit use of modified EMTB's. It is your responsibility to check local laws. Ignoring it, has potential implications to trail access, and risk of prosecution in the event of an accident.

    UK Pedelec Law

    Worldwide Laws

    We advise members great caution. EMTB Forums accepts no liability for any content or advice given here. 


Derestricting Fazua drive bikes

jd_3d

Well-known member
Patreon
Jul 12, 2018
279
341
California
Does anyone know if there is a method to derestrict Fazua drive bikes such as the Focus Raven2? I live in the USA, but really like the lightweight Fazua based bikes. However, in the US there is a 20mph assist limit so I'd like to be able to adjust that if I were to import a bike. Thanks!
 

Mabman

E*POWAH Elite World Champion
Feb 28, 2018
1,048
1,735
Oregon USA
Last I read they were awaiting certification for the US market. Which I suppose really only means a tweak to get the shut off moved up 4.5 mph. Or they are testing it to see if it will handle the stress of prolonged 20mph loads as compared to the known 32kmh.

I realize that the Jam2 is already here but apparently only in the EU format at this time.
 

jd_3d

Well-known member
Patreon
Jul 12, 2018
279
341
California
Fingers crossed that certification comes quick! Not too interested in the Jam2 since it uses the Shimano E8000. I'm hoping for a FS under 18kg.
 

EMTB Forums

Since 2018

The World's largest electric mountain bike community.

513K
Messages
25,095
Members
Join Our Community

Latest articles


Top