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  1. I love my original. I have about 500 miles on it so far. Bought a 4.0 for the wife. Question, does it seem like PAS performance degrades as battery voltage drops? I can understand a drop in throttle response as there is less voltage available to produce maximum torque. But the PAS should be tuned to minimum cut out voltage so that the assistance remains the same through out a battery cycle. It's basically a question of blending torque and speed control on a DC motor with varying voltage available. Or am I imagining the whole thing? Sorry, I used to do this for a living (on 3000 hp electric motors). Comments?
  2. I am 6' 2" and with the seat at the proper height, the handlebar is way too low for a comfortable riding position. After researching and considering different stem risers, new handlebars, etc, I settled on the Ritchey 4-Axis Adjustable Road/Mountain Bicycle Stem - BB Black . The size is 120mm/31.8mm. Once set to your preferred adjustment, the riser angle is locked in place, which to me is critcal for safety. I am very happy with the quality and result. I did switch the bolts from black to the stainless ones that came with our stock stem. I then used the black ones to fill the accessory holes on the frame. Looks better on my yellow frame than the stainless ones from sondors. Here is a link : https://www.amazon.com/Ritchey-4-Axis-Adjustable-Mountain-Bicycle/dp/B01849MCHC/ref=pd_sbs_468_8?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B018MS05OM&pd_rd_r=YGF21D73VB6ZKG294GH0&pd_rd_w=tvI27&pd_rd_wg=lh6Yt&refRID=YGF21D73VB6ZKG294GH0&th=1&psc=1 Here is a pic
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