Would you like to benefit from engine assistance beyond the 25 km/h initially planned? To boost your Giant engine, you need to choose the right debriding kit. If you have any questions or need help, please do not hesitate to contact me so that I can give you the right advice.
In order to choose the right release kit, you must first determine the exact model of your Giant motor and the control box attached to your handlebar. Look among the visuals below, the one that corresponds to your motor/control box torque. The name of the compatible kit is written below the image. Click on the visual corresponding to your configuration to access your kit.
Giant: Made in Taiwan but it's solid
Founded in 1972 in Taiwan, Giant is a company that designs bicycles of all kinds (mountain bikes, road bikes, racing bikes…). Giant ATVs with their fine lines and rugged design are all the rage. With the boom in electric bicycles, Gant quickly moved into the manufacture of electrically assisted bicycles by equipping the bikes with Giant… motors. In fact, Giant designs engines in partnership with Yamaha. These electric bicycle motors have their own technical characteristics, making them unique motors, for which Yamaha kits do not work. The Giant Powered by Yamaha engines are called SyncDrive Life, SyncDrive Sport and SyncDrive Pro.
Electric bicycle brands equipped with Giant motors
Apache, Atala, Batavus, Bergamont, BHEmotion, Bianchi, Breezer, Bulls, Butchers & Bicycles, Cannondale, Carver, Centurion, Conway, Corratec, Crescent, Cresta, Cube, Dancelli, DBS, Definitive, Diamant, Diamond, Dutch-id, Ebike, Electra, Flyer, Focus, Fuji, Gazelle, Gepida, Ghost, Gitane, Granville, Gudereit, Haibike,Hercules, i:Sy, ibex, Kalkhoff, Kettler, Koga, Kreidler, KTM, Lapierre, Lombardo, Matra, Mondraker, Moustache, Orbea, Pegasus, Peugeot, Puch, Raleigh, Riese & Muller, Rixe, Rose, Scott, Simplon, Sinus, Solex, Sparta, Stevens, Tern, Thomson, Trek, Univega, Velo de ville, Victoria, Viper, Wanderer, Whistle, Winora, Zemo
The different Giant engines
Giant SyncDrive Life
Ideal motor for the ballade with a torque of 60 Nm.
Giant SyncDrive Sport
Multi-purpose motor for sportsmen with a torque of 80 Nm.
Giant Syncdrive Pro
Performance-oriented engine with 80 Nm torque
Tuning chip compatible with Giant engines
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How do you unleash a Giant engine?
Giant electric motor tuning consists of installing a kit on your Giant bike. Equipped with a microprocessor, the unblocking kit will modify the electrical signal between the controller and the motor. Depending on the model of your Giant engine and the type of control you have on your handlebars, the release can be partial (PW) or total (PW-X, PW-SE).
Internal set up
- Unscrew the engine housing to tilt the Giant engine.
- Identify the cables connected to the motor and connect the Giant kit in series to the appropriate location.
- Reassemble your Giant engine
- Follow the steps to activate / deactivate the kit