recumpence wrote:Hmm, what other motors are you looking at?
boostjuice wrote:Don't you think such a quality project deserves a little more quality/costly motor? Your time alone in machining all the lovely parts would definately equate to >$1000. Go on... spoil her
captainslug wrote:I've made a ton of progress since the last update, but haven't had a camera handy to record any of the specifics. Expect a large update before this weekend.
toyguru wrote:Have you got enough room to add a second chain, have a double sprocket on the bottom motor, have a chain from top motor to bottom motor, and then a chain from bottom motor to rear sprocket?
drewbird911 wrote:Great Up Date and Project, very nice work! How are you on the <$1,000 point?
captainslug wrote:That will actually work, but the sprockets will have to be bolted together onto the freewheel with spacers between them.
FrankG wrote:Any notes on Top speed over level ground???
FrankG wrote:Are you happy with the free-wheel assembly as posted???
vanilla ice wrote:Are those 600w geared motors?
captainslug wrote:..just one freewheel, and using static sprockets to link the two motors.
jorhyne1 wrote:Sorry to hear about the bike...
That temperature monitor looks nice, where is it from?
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