Important information BPX-Key V3 Active- Performance- CX-Line
- ★ Since 2012 without any problems
- ★ Does not interfere in the Bosch software
- ★ Will not be disabled by a software update
- ★ No power consumption
- ★ Just made for having pure fun
BPX-Key V3 Active- Performance- CX-Line + Crank Puller
Get everything out of your Bosch engine! The new bunny in 2014-19 is optimized for Performance and Active Line - Ready for the BOSCH Intuvia, Nyon, Purion-Display and for the CX-Engine!
- BOSCH Performance Line
- BOSCH Active Line
This BPX-Key is working only with the above shown drive units. It does NOT work with the older drive units Classic+ (there is another version available in the shop for the Classic+)
The BPX-Key will be installed hidden under the cover of the drive unit and can be switched on and off using the light button at the speedometer. When activated (you can switch it on and off at any time, even while driving) the speed displayed at the speedometer is halved and the drive unit does not stop the assistance at 25km/h. Thus, the drive unit assists up to a speed of 50km/h.
The light feature is already enabled on some bikes, but usually it must be activated by your local dealer using the diagnostic equipment.
As it is completely installed under the engine cover, the modification is not visible. It is independent of the wheel size and the bike model.
It is not required to cut any cable since this circuit is simply inserted between the original connection with original Bosch connectors. Thus, it is also removable without leaving any trace and there are no sockets or connectors that are susceptible to moisture and corrosion!
The best in it: You can remove the BPX-Key again without a trace!
The installation is much simpler than in the 2011 - 2013er models. The connection is now on the opposite side of the chainring. A crank puller for Bosch cranks is required for Active and Performance Line, not for the CX-Engine. You find at the store: Super B Crank puller!
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