veloman wrote:How are the roads for biking, any better?
Too bad the Pikes Peak thing didn't work out, but at least FFR trikes and a liquid cooled 9c handily beat Optibike.
Harold in CR wrote:I've been wondering why a simple die could not cut threads on spokes ? Is it some special thread, or, no one wants to take the time ??
Harold in CR wrote:Do you have the spoke you need shortened ? Go to the hardware store and see if you can find the correct die that will screw on the spoke thread ??
scrap the bike and start anew.
you'll need to upgrade the controller and the battery and motor.. you'd be better off selling the bike whole and using the $ to convert a bike the right way
neptronix wrote:Anyway, I got paid. Ordered $87 worth of stuff from staton-inc.com, and $50 worth of stuff from robotmarketplace.com. I'm going to do a dual reduction on the MAC motor. I told people i'd test it out, so why not. I could potentially watercool the thing and run maybe 3000w continuous through it?
First stage: 12T to 24T - using #410 ( BMX chain )
Second stage: 11T to 39T - using #41 ( sorta between BMX and #40, which is friggin' huge ).
This should get me a max speed of 43mph on the MAC 2kW motor at 72 volts. That should spin it up to 5000rpm. If it blows, it blows, lol.
mr.pibb wrote:Now that I read your threads I know what your talking about "right".
Awesome stuff! Wish I had the funds right now to do something similar, but maybe in a few years.
Cant wait to see more vid's and pics.
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