motomech wrote:Deffinately the '201" motor with those 700cc wheels.
You will also need a DNP 7-speed freewheel.
The EV Falcon frame bag would be ideal for that triangle.
Take great care in mounting the motor/wheel. You may find the BMS Battery torque arms are not easily adapted to your drop-outs. Look at the different styles available from Ebike CA or some custom ones might have to be made.
Even @ 36V, the BPM has considerable torque, so locating the motor axles securely is of prime import.
The drop-outs on that model do not look overly strong to me.
It'll be a front kit rather than a rear. A frame bag draws way too much attention to the bike imo. Thanks for the dropout recommendations, good idea. Finally, why should I go for the 201 rpm motor?I don't really know a huge amount about ebikes but surely 393rpm is faster and better?
It'll be a front kit rather than a rear
You haven't said if you have a Crossfire I, II o r III, at any rate, the BPM is a lot of motor for any of those forks, too much, IMO
A frame bag draws way too much attention to the bike imo.
And the big motor on spinly forks won't? People don't know there is a battery in the bag and they don't give it a second thought. So what's the alternative? Mount that heavy pack on a rack up over those tall wheels. There goes the handling.
I don't really know a huge amount about ebikes but surely 393rpm is faster and better?
Perhaps, if you had the platform to ride safely over 25 mph, but you don't.
Basicly, that's a cheap [but decent] bike. Crossfires aren't known for strong brakes and at the speed a 393 BPM will take it, you might as well drag your feet.
And with no suspension, speeds approaching 30 mph will rattle the fillings out of your teeth.
With that bike, you would be well advised to keep the speeds under 25 mph and if you are set on a frt. mount, you should consider a mini-motor.
The best one would be the MXUS from Cell_man, but if you ordered your battery from BMS Battery, you would have to pay shipping twice from China, raising the costs.
For that bike using stuff from BMS Battery, the 201 BPM. rear mounted and the battery pack in the frame is far and away your best option.