how do those friction drives handle water & mud ?
Do you totally have to stay out of any type of water with them ?
What comes in the kit?
What will I need to assemble the drive?
How quickly does it wear the tire out?
What type of tire should I use?
How noisy is the drive?
Can I install the Commuter Booster on a folder?
I have cables running down my seat tube. Will the drive fit?
How do I pay?
cwah wrote:- Does the motor/kit is water/dirt resistant? I understand if it won't work as good when it's raining. But would that be bad for the motor? I mean shall we protect the motor from water and dust?
40ish kph is with me pedalling. 12 wh/km is more typical of cruising at 40kph, averaging maybe 27kph over a whole trip, using the drive all the time. It is just a couple of button clicks to adjust the power limits on the bike. So it is easy to tweak. Main thing is to make sure the kv of your motor will give you a no load speed above you max assist speed you would like, but not much more.cwah wrote:- I have an ebike reaching 33km/h at 500W and using 12wh/km. But this is a heavy mountain bike (25kg). For the same configuration what should I expect from the commuter booster? If I have a dahon speed, would I still have 43km/h at 500W? (as for your road bike?)
cwah wrote:- Is it possible to reach 50 km/h? And would that be good for the motor?
NeezyDeezy wrote:I'm pretty sure your fork is installed backwards in the bike in your photo.
cwah wrote:Do you think it could work?
How can I use a normal twist/thumb/analog throttle with the commuter booster?
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