Ypedal wrote:Going into the motor are 2 power wires, and a smaller 4pin connector.
This is where i'm going to install the CA meter tonight !
Sacman wrote:Ypedal wrote:Above is an old video, just to show the hill... the A2B is NOT in that video btw !
And the neighbor, lol, what can i say... never a dull moment !
Yeah it was the old video... silly me!
So how steep is that hill? 3%? 4%?
nfs wrote:Hi Guys,
I have just ordered an A2B from Joe at Motostrano in San Francisco. I'm in Queensland, Australia so it should be a couple of weeks before it arrives. I feel the urge to mod coming on already so get ready for some photos of the upgrade.
If you can measure the length of the rear shock, eye to eye I can do some research on alternatives.
liveforphysics wrote:Solder that shunt up.
Ypedal wrote:1st day officially commuting to work on ebike !!!
Over the weekend i've logged over 100 kms on the Metro, everything holding up nicely so far.
Man it feels good to get a blast of fresh air in the morning on the way to the office, vs sitting in a cab and paying 10$ a trip. awsome way to wake up !
Went to the local nature park on sunday, the bike works good but not meant for off-roading at this weight and with road tires, and at very low speed the controller really limits power and makes going up a steep hill at a slow speed difficult, still does perform well for a " 500w " ebike however !..
A few more hundred Kms and i'll be attempting 48v !!!
The Stig wrote:
My main problem with making my own bike battery mounting. I really like the battery mounting on the A2B so I was thinking about getting the extended range battery and putting a BMC 1000W in the back, and run it off the combined power of the 2 batteries.
Ypedal wrote:Took the metro to work this morning, wet roads and rain in the forecast. On my way home tonight i just missed a rain shower so nothing falling but the roads were soaked, so far, Top Marks +++ to the metro in wet weather.
I got home with my sneakers barely moist and dry socks !.. dry butt and no mud strip on my backpack either !!!.. those fenders work great ! Botom 12" of my pant legs were a bit dirty but nothing crazy like i'd get on a normal MTB..
The Avid brakes work awsome in the wet, no problems stopping, and the tires are fair.
so far , so good !
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