turbomuin and misuro B+ configuration

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jm.dudit
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turbomuin and misuro B+ configuration

Postby jm.dudit » Wed Jan 15, 2020 8:01 pm

Hello
I have a muin Turbo drag home (s/n 64255) and I bought a Misuro b sensor I configured my sensor on 12 blinks.
But the results seem weak, is that normal?
thank you in advance
Jm

jm.dudit
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Re: turbomuin and misuro B+ configuration

Postby jm.dudit » Thu Jan 16, 2020 7:28 pm

I specify that the circumference of my wheel is 2120
thank you for your help

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Re: turbomuin and misuro B+ configuration

Postby jpt_icm@orange.fr » Thu May 07, 2020 2:25 pm

Hello
With TurboMuin you don't need to specify wheel size because you are on direct Drive whithout rear wheel.
Use 12
After you can adjust the belt tension at 2 Nm to configure the good Power

let see this video on Youtube (not mine)

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UzS6ZuWvmd4

best regards

JP

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Re: turbomuin and misuro B+ configuration

Postby Elite Admin S » Wed May 13, 2020 11:43 am

Hi guys

PLEASE DON'T FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS IN THAT VIDEO!
The risk of damaging the trainer is high (the belt may snap or be damaged).

About high power with Turbo Muin, please notice that this trainer is NOT a simulator.
It's power curve grows up quickly compared to a normal outdoor ride, this is way you have already a high power with a relatively low speed.
The way to approach to this kind of trainer (or any fluid trainer) is different.
Please look at this document that explains well how to use this type of trainer:
https://drive.google.com/open?id=0By4rZ ... XpKZU5JMlk

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