I am glad I am not the only one that hasn't gotten responses back from GDE..Thanks for the email. I tried calling them a couple of times yesterday but no one picked up. I've never had much luck getting them on the phone. I emailed them the video and will report back with what they say!
GDE was closed last Friday the 24th and Monday the 27th for the Memorial Day holiday. Right now they're busier than one-armed paper hangers with all the reflashes and new business from the AEM updates. Call their office - they'll get back to you.I am glad I am not the only one that hasn't gotten responses back from GDE..
Nothing important but I have sent them multiple emails and non have been replied to even though I am a paying customer..
105,000km (65,000 miles). I had the throttle locked wide open in that video, so it was reving at 2500rpm.
Haven't used it since, Captain. And yes, I just stuck a piece of angle iron on the throttle and 2500rpm was as high as it would go. I drove it for about a 4 minute round trip to my kids school after that and it worked fine as always. I'll have it back on the road tomorrow I think....and it "only" went 2500 rpm?
Holding down the throttle is a hard thing to do. Tried it to keep a regeneration going while stopped. Near impossible to hold things steady with the foot. Guessing some form of pole from the steering wheel to the throttle pedal that screwed in and out might work. Just figuring that if you put a brick or something on it to hold it down, the thing would rev way above 2,500 rpm.
Report back if you figure it out or it just stops on its' own.
Good Stuff , good to know , when it happens to someone else , I'll post a link to this thread ,I took it out again today. Worked great, and no smoking.
I took it out again today. Worked great, and no smoking.