liveforphysics wrote:Hook the leads up to a CO2 fire extinguisher nozzle before the start of the race (or put one on the bike),and get that motor in a deep-freeze on the starting line.
Alan B wrote:CO2 cooling! Great! Now we can have a bigger carbon footprint! (Of course every tank of gas we burn is produces several hundred pounds of CO2 so the amount one would use for cooling is actually pretty small).
This may have merit on our regular hubmotors. A small tube can bring CO2 in. Some one way flaps in the covers can let it out. Just use it when you really need to keep the motor from overheating! Like that one big hill climb!!
Sorry, back to this great motorcycle hubmotor thread...
Which are the best m/c frames to use this on? A list of good choices would be useful. Perhaps some photos of examples collected in one place.
Perhaps some photos of examples collected in one place.
ryan_lirui wrote:Would it be possible to get a 603 in a 10 inch rim?
whatever wrote:how long till crystalyte sell it to all and sundry...........mmmm
markobetti wrote:Congratulation to Marks motor and Catavolt team !
markobetti wrote:Well that sucks since i dont think the fuel aka batteries should decide the winner .. You dont see in gas races diferent mixes of fuel ; at least i think so. Anyway i read on some e blog that catavolt motor is 10 kw continious; shouldnt it bee 20kw? Good luck on races to come
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