motomech wrote:Where in the heck is there a 20 % grade in Iowa?
That would be the place for a fast wind I would think.
nonlineartom wrote:I can't remember who on the forum said it, but "one test is worth one thousand simulations"
veloman wrote:26mph tailwind does NOT mean you will go 45mph on 26mph normal power.
gogo wrote: Point being is that if you turn back the throttle on a low-turn/high speed motor it will have performance characteristics very similar to the high-turn/low speed motor, but will be 5%-7.5% less efficient.
kfong wrote:This is one of the advantages of a geared motor. It allows the motor to spin at a faster rate so very slow starts have some degree of linearity. One of the reasons I like the BMC for trail riding, the throttle response is very good for single track. I've used a 9C 9x7 and felt it lacking in low end torque and response was poor for trail use. I still haven't tried my 6x10 yet to compare.
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