All that info is in this thread.Nice! Can you provide some general advise to prevent IGBT overcurrent shutdown?
The jist of it is you need to defeat the FOC overcurrent IGBT line to the MCM.
Cut it and pull the mdm end up to 5v possibly, I can't remember off the top of my head, it's on here..
With FOC disabled the IGBT will stutter briefly in an over current situation as it disables internally for a few ms.
It then resumes, the mod prevents it throwing an IMA light/code.
Obviously all at your own risk. You could blow it so get a spare.
The +60% overcurrent trip generally only occurs in max regen or max assist scenarios at low rpm when the igbt is most stressed.
As the rpm rises along with the back emf from the motor the IGBT stress reduces.
It is insanely aggressive. Which may be what you are after.
Don't forget the current hack is a two part mod. This thread describes the MCM side.
The BCM also needs a resistor adding, or if you are using the BCM replacer the relevant switches and config settings.