We recently reviewed the Roadrunner RS5+, and if you’re interested in replicating the same P settings we used, then check out our guide for all the information you need.

To access the P settings menu of the Roadrunner RS5+:

  • Press the power button 3 times in succession 
  • Once the selected value begins to flash quickly, press the power button just once to cycle through available options
  • Press the power button again to exit the current P settings or advance to the next P-setting
  • If there is no activity for 8 seconds, the P-settings will automatically exit. 

For example, if you want to modify whether your ride displays kilometers or miles as its unit of measurement, you would need to enter P1settingd by pressing the power button three times in a row. Then once it begins flashing, you would press it again once to select 0 (KM) and a second time for 1 (miles). Once you’ve made your selection, simply hit the power button again to proceed to the P2  setting. 

Now that we know how to navigate around it easily enough, here are some of our suggestions on what values should be used: 




Original Value


RG-Performance Settings






Based on your preference


P2 Voltage level setting (36V, 48V, 52V, 60V, 72V)


Default 52V


Do not Change


P3 Wheel diameter, in inches 


Default 10


Do not Change


P4 # of magnetic poles for speed measurement, 1-100 


Default 30


Do not Change


P5 Cruise selection (0 means no cruise, 1 means cruise control activated) 


Default 0


Based on your preference


P6(Zero startup (0) vs. non-zero startup (1) settings). In non-zero startup mode, you will need to manually bring the scooter to 3 Mph and press the accelerator to start .


Default 0


Based on your preference


P7 Speed limit setting (1-100%)


Default 100


Do not Change


P8 Sleep time setting( 1-60 minutes) 


Default 5




PA Start strength setting(1-5)


Default 2




PB Brake strength setting 1-5 (1 least stopping power, 5 strongest) 


Default 1


Based on your preference, but we preferred leaving it in default. 

As always, these settings are not set in stone, and what worked for us might not be the same ride experience you’re looking for. Feel free to experiment with the various settings, but steer clear of the P2, P3, and P4 unless you have changed the scooter components, such as the wheels or the battery.

And If you didn’t have a chance to watch our review of the Roadrunner RS5+, check out the link below for our comprehensive review. There might be some tips that can help you get the most out of your Scooter.

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