Rodney64 wrote:Gensem, Still happy with with your fast track frame. Thinking of buying one for my Son
shorza wrote:Gensem, do you mind showing me how you made your Pelican case removable?
Rodney64 wrote:I purchased a shimano 20mm hub but the issue was it needed a centre locking disc. I used the Chain reaction custom wheel build. I ended up having to purchase an adaptor pack so I could use the same discs front and back.
gensem wrote:Ok, im back from a spin with the new extended dropouts.
DP420 seems to be strong enough to hold the bike together.
gensem wrote:6-7kw is boring now that the bike is not a wheelie machine during aceleration.
John in CR wrote:
Epoxy and a bolt or two, right?
John in CR wrote:
and what do you weigh, 75-80kg? Put 35-40kg in your backpack and welcome to my world. 5-7kw is zippy. Why do you think I pushed my bike all the way up to 30kw? Then look at where Luke's CG is on his bike, and the acceleration he must get with the bike still able to mono.
fabiograssi wrote:Just the battery box mount? I can't see any sign in the frame...
sacko wrote:A great read, thanks for posting.
Could I ask where you got the bag from?
John in CR wrote:Is that paint or just black epoxy? I'm sure you know it, but you have to get down to metal and metal for bonding with surfaces made rough for the epoxy for it to mechanically have something to hold onto?
gensem wrote:John in CR wrote:Is that paint or just black epoxy? I'm sure you know it, but you have to get down to metal and metal for bonding with surfaces made rough for the epoxy for it to mechanically have something to hold onto?
Its just epoxy John... no paint at all. It was all clean but not very rough. I think I ll use my greyborg frame to make as a reliable plataform.
Btw I have already removed the cromotor covers to do the intake on the left and outtake on the right perimiter, but now blades for the time being. I ll also close the holes in the stator so the air ll be forced to thru the magnet/lamination gap.
nechaus wrote:What about using some hose clamps where you can..
just something extra just incase it fails..
I got some spare carbon fiber, if you want a bit i can send you some and you could use it to wrap around you joints...
gensem wrote:I ll make a draw (in mspaint, hehe) of what im probably going to the motor. I aim to run the cromotor with peaks close to 20k using a fan cooled 4110 24fet controller , so I cannot miss and make the hub ventilation half as good, it has to be very good.
edit: I was actually thinking of a way to create pressure in the intake side, so all the air flow in the gap (closed stator), but im not sure the air would have enough pressure. I was trying to find some sort of simulator but i was not able yet.
gensem wrote:was just showing the eletrics of the bike to a friend and Im gessing i shorted the throttle wire or maybe broke the resistor.
The bicycle tried to fly and made a nice dive over its nose, breaking the epoxy and making me rethink about the epoxy holding so much weight right above the front wheel.
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