Hmm shame your finding the noise to be a problem I think you should stick it out though, hubbies are fine for commuting however you wont beat your bike for off road stuff esp as you like getting a bit of air and you like the handling, trick is have 2 bikes, make another bike and make your carbon battery box quickly hot swappable between the bikes looking forward to seeing what you do
GITech wrote:AWESOME Lostrack!!!
I'd love to be rippin' around like that!
My build is coming along..just got a bunch of parts in the mail. Now I can start CAD'ing them up so I can place the order for the custom swingarm from farfle.
I can't wait to join you!
BTW: I like the batt cover, I think you should keep it!
Oh, and is the popping sound I hear in the vid your chain jumping?
lostrack wrote: Yeah, popping is chain jumping, Still haven't nailed the chain tension yet, but most of the time it feels really good to have that power and a smooth rear end. I can imagine a fatass hub motor making everything so difficult to handle.
You can still pedal it to around 10mph...15 you'll break a sweat and bounce all over the place!
Need to uprate the back spring.
Are you in the UK?
I'm building some proper mudgards doubling as battery protectors, every video I make ends up getting the camera lens covered in muck!
bobc wrote:Just got the parts from the laser place, didn't get the price yet as the man who deals with that wasn't there.....
One of the keeper plates has moved a fraction (about 1mm) during the process - first time I've seen that happen - it's usable as is, maybe better if attended to with a file... I'll mark it so you can decide what to do. I'll fettle the teeth tonight & post it tomorrow.
I'd post a picture but it looks just like a nicer version of the CAD file above...... ;^)
bobc wrote:Looks cool Tom - have you run it yet? chain run OK? any tendency to skip/fall off?
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