Sacman wrote:My Stiletto chopper ebike has most of the electrical stuff hidden so it looks stealth.
So the "after" only looks better because I found someone MORE PRETTY THAN ME to pose on it. Lol...
rui_fujino wrote:Where do u keep the battery and the controller?
Dee Jay wrote:DAND214 wrote:Sacman
So far you win! With her trhe bike is great!
It looks great too!
no-fair, you cant cut and paste supermodels on your bike
veloman wrote:Sacman - I love the battery mounting method. Very simple and effective, looks secure.
gestalt wrote:This is kind of a mashup of a poopy girls ezip and a beach cruiser frame and fork combination I had lying around. I threw the motor, wheels, brakes, throttle and some fresh bars onto the cruiser. The banana seat and the Harley rack should look nice with some leather saddle bags to hold the battery and controller. Going for a good lookin stealth bike, hiding the motor behind some leather should also help a bit with the loud currie motor.
BTW Jay... I really liked the Revive. You need to bring that thing back to life my friend.
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