Piro wrote:I plan do explain also a bit more about that, how it is possible to go over 80kW limit (by poor 3kW, but still better than factory power, this functionality is NOT ENABLED yet) and how it is possible to invoke higher regen (again about 3kW better regen, as it bases on the same trick - exploit of factory PID_R algorythm for power demand stabilization). Maybe this will be boring for most of you, but for some it will be interesting. For me personally this exploit is a well known trick, because I have observed it in many ECUs of gasoline cars years ago, while working at reverse engineering them (as Im car tuner, all in all). I checked that in Leaf just for fun, believing in maybe 5% of chance, that this will work - and tadaaam - it works. Also for regen. I will prepare some pictures (graphs) to explain that better.
Would love to see exactly how that works.
For me, my biggest complaint about the LEAF's regen is how the maximum amount of regen is highly limited at any speed higher than 10-15 mph. At highway speeds you often get NO regenerative braking. This gets much worse as your LEAF loses capacity.
It seems that the only way to work around this would be to actually reprogram one of the LEAFs ECUs - I don't see how a pedal position remapper would be able move these thresholds significantly unless I'm missing something.