Effectively the bike is now restricted at 60 mph 🙂
Hi...Have you had any repercussions from derestricting!?......Mine is giving me nothing but aggro ever since I did it!? Even gave up and moved the sensor back to its original position, that restricted it again but still gives me trouble!? It may run for 30-40mins sometimes but then it will just cut out and stop? Disconnecting the battery for a while seems to sort it but then only runs for a short time before doing it again!? Any ideas anybody!?
Hello, I just bought new kisbee for my son and I want to derrstrict it. I Hook up osciloscop to read the signal, since I was thinking how to simulate the signal fron clutch rather than mess with grinding. Here is the redaut if someone could reproduce this kind of signal. [/url]
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Hello it is me again. So I finally success with derestriction of Kisbee. Now is fully open and with me on the scooter it goes approximately 55Km/h , but I have heavy bones With my soon on the scooter the top speed is 70km/h. what I did is unplug the hall sensor from clutch and simulate the signal with arduino, connected arduino pin to input connector that goes to CDI. And it works like a charm. Son was driving yesterday for 3 hours without any problem.
Here is a video from a French guy who seems to have derestricted the fuel injected Kisbee somehow (auto subtitles available into English): www.youtube.com/watch?v=goPF9C74EOk magfor : Ask him in Youtube comment how he did it!
Here is a Dutch page on the topic: scooterforum.net/threads/peugeot-kisbee-opvoeren.208468/ When translated to English, they talk about grinding down one of the cams to fool the crankcase sensor so ECU thinks engine is spinning more slowly than it actually is. However, personally, I'm skeptical about this. The ECU must know "where" the engine is at all times and if this is used for that too, you will end up with big problems.
I would try to get a workshop manual with a wiring diagram. That seems to be hard to find right now though.
The next option would be to connect an oscilloscope (maybe one could get away with a simple voltmeter too) and start measuring things when the engine is running. After finding out IF there is something isolated (not affecting other things) limiting the speed electronically, figure out how to modify that signal to fool the ECU. Unfortunately (or fortunately!), I don't own the fuel injected version myself. If I did, I would be looking into this for sure.
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May 23, 2016 14:59:12 GMT -5
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