binlagin wrote:Yumm.. very clean build!
What kind of distance are you getting doing 30-40km/h? and how many watts you pulling?
zooz wrote:Battery bag: home made out of a waterproof rip resistant strong nylon and some thin foam inside the bag walls for extra softness and protection (If anyone is interested, I can send some sketches of the different layers etc)
SamTexas wrote:zooz wrote:Battery bag: home made out of a waterproof rip resistant strong nylon and some thin foam inside the bag walls for extra softness and protection (If anyone is interested, I can send some sketches of the different layers etc)
I'm interested. I just sent you a PM.
Ykick wrote:Rain much at your location? Fenders (mudguards) are often a finishing step for non-desert dwellers. But, that's a seriously nice commuter eBike and I can see putting a lot of miles on it!
Do you have a ballpark estimate for what it all cost? Many a noob would do well to look here...
fiddyschmitt wrote:I bumped into zooz yesterday. What a small world - I'm from Australia and saw this cool electric bike and thought I'd chat to the owner. Great looking bike and good choice of components
It was good to meet you yesterday zooz
knoxie wrote:very tidy ride and some nice Bokeh on the photos too DSLR methinks.
Yes more volts will really pep that up too esp if you are a big fella really nice looking bike though, thanks for sharing and yes I cant wait for summer to arrive yesterday it was like dodgeball out on my ebike, had to shelter in a copse under a tree for 15 mins else I would have drowned I am sure !!
agniusm wrote:Hi, whats the top speed you get with this setup? I also have the HS3540 and will be running it on 24S (87,6v hot) LiFe batt. Does it has wrooom factor?
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