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Resistance on the Turbo Muin Smart B+

Posted: Thu Jan 04, 2018 9:13 am
by bgjohnston
I have set up my Turbo Muin (third time to see if it makes any difference) through the app but the resistance is way too high and it only reads I am doing 60watts output at 70-80 rpm.

Re: Resistance on the Turbo Muin Smart B+

Posted: Thu Jan 25, 2018 12:33 pm
by Elite Admin S
I see that you're already in contact with our customer care about this topic.
Go on with the guys there

Regards

Re: Resistance on the Turbo Muin Smart B+

Posted: Wed Mar 14, 2018 7:26 am
by dulciedtorrey
The strong idea of the Muin makes it is conceivable to have an incredibly diligent work-out. The base of the coach appears to 'give' somewhat with accelerating activity, while never getting the niggly feeling that you are going to break something. The Muin is a liquid mentor thus has no protection levels to choose. I as of late got the RTM B+ additionally and thought something was wrong. I'm getting extraordinary exercises and notice the protection change in ERG mode yet when simply completing a ride I don't see the suitable level of resistence on the trips either. For those that have this coach you know how you hear the engine stir that moves the magnets to change the protection. I never hear this at all while completing a Zwift "ride".

Re: Resistance on the Turbo Muin Smart B+

Posted: Mon Dec 31, 2018 11:41 am
by neosofia
Tip top's Turbo Muin is an excessively peaceful direct-drive "exemplary" liquid coach with an exceptionally smooth and dynamic reaction. By great Tip top methods of jaylah star trek costume, it is anything but a "genuine" or a "shrewd" coach, but instead that it has no obstruction control and no power readings. ... Or maybe, the Misuro B+ is a model-based power meter