Andre´s STRAIGHTLINER RISING SUN

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Andre´s STRAIGHTLINER RISING SUN

Post by Rovi » Jan 20, 2016 8:59 am

Hi everybody,
hope to be right here to present my own created bike.
This is my first and last bike I designed to have fun.
It will be a hybride (manually and electrically usable.
The first thinking was to take a manufactured bike (Ruff Porucho), cut the tubes and put some extension inside.
But after some cut´s we decided to build it completely new, only using the seat tube, bottom bracket housing and the drop out.
Lets say the manually bike is ready and I start now with the electrical part.
Using a Cromotor in 21" motor bycicle rim with 90/90 21" tyre.
Kelly Controller KHB 14401 (24-144V, 200/400A)
6x 6S LiPo battery pack 5Ah (at the moment.
I want to start with 50V 15Ah first. But a lot of things are to do. The complete project already started one year ago by designing the frame.

... but there is a lot to do at the moment!!!

Regards Andre
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Designed via MS Paint :-)
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First build up
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Before destroying the frame
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Building new frame
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Ready welded
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Manually version ready
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Start now with the motor
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Box for electrical parts (Controller, main relay, fuses, batteries, cabeling)
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by OCD » Jan 20, 2016 9:36 am

Lookin' good! I don't see a pivot for rear suspension, is the shock just for appearance? That's a brave thing to cut up such a nice frame. :mrgreen:

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by beast775 » Jan 20, 2016 2:08 pm

Damn Slikk 8) ...
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I spent all my money on bicycles women and beer the rest i just wasted.

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Jan 20, 2016 2:34 pm

There is no rear suspension, it only stable the rear "swing arm" to the main frame and for optically design :-)

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Feb 26, 2016 6:58 am

Hi guys

How to kill a Kelly controller?
First test were awesome.
I started with 48V DC ... everything was ok but I do not like the top speed!
So I rise up to 96VDC ... much better top speed and normaly I should stop here but
no risk no fun!
So I increase the voltage to 144VDC
Enjoy the video:
https://youtu.be/JuyvykF4KZw

Everything in no load modus.

150A fuse blown away :-).
The cromotor seems to be ok!
The controller is back on the way to China :-(

During waiting time I can ride it manually:
https://youtu.be/u_sAWqWqgR8
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by WoodlandHills » Feb 26, 2016 6:57 pm

Can you show a picture of a person actually riding this? I am trying to imagine what shape human could actually pedal while seated for more than a moment or two. How far is it from the seat to the handlebars?

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Feb 26, 2016 11:37 pm

Sorry, I don't have a photo at the moment but a short clip from an earlier stage where I want to imagine the distance from seat position to the handle bars:
http://youtu.be/i80VAPQzcYA
The distance from the middle of the seat tube to the middle of the steering head is 99cm!
For me it's not a problem as you can see ... Long legs, short upper body and long arms ;-).
But to be ownest I ride the bike more relaxed with only one hand at the handle bar ... It's a selfmade cruiser :wink:

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » May 27, 2016 6:29 am

Now it´s running at 75VDC :-)
It´s awesome and so quiet!
Later on I will increase the system voltage.
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by macribs » May 28, 2016 3:49 pm

Nice looking but oh my it must be so uncomfortable to ride. And why did you design it with stump swing arm when you already got a rear shock?

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Jun 06, 2016 7:58 am

The rear shock is only for optical design and let's say I I is not uncomfortable to ride!
I want to ride it on 1/4 mile first time at the weekend.

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Jun 13, 2016 2:30 am

I run the bike successfully on the 1/4 Mile on 2nd time.
At first time 200A fuse was blown away!
173VDC, 5 Ah batterie.
70kg weight of the bike.
118,23km/h,
16,884 sec.
reaction time: 0,8 sec (very bad, because they put me in Funny bike class which has another series by switching lamps.
I am very glad with this setup, but I know that I have a lot of mistakes by the setup (to big wheel, to heavy, etc)
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Wheazel » Jun 13, 2016 7:13 am

:D this bike is funny! The design makes more sense when its a dragbike.
For regular riding it has to be close to unusable.
Good work on creating a very unique bike.

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Jun 13, 2016 7:32 am

Well let´s say the manual pedal to ride this bike was very usefull during break of first run.
I came away from the track with own muscle power, ok the bpm rise up to 179 ;-) because of the heavy weight (70kg).
In Germany daily use at the street is forbidden!

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by macribs » Jun 13, 2016 12:48 pm

Would love to see a pic of this bike beside a "normal bike" to get a better understanding of the scale of the bike.

Should be great on the drag strip. Maybe dual drive to get more grunt from the green light?

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Jun 14, 2016 1:36 am

Give me some time to do this, meanwhile here a some photos from a photograph where I get the ok to present them.
Up to 100km/h the the speed curve is abrupt then the speed curve will be more flat.
I think to order another 5Ah and put them in parallel, hope to have more power.

https://connect.garmin.com/modern/activ ... NI9J.email

For better acceleration I have to use a smaller wheel diameter or another motor.
For 2WD the weight will also grow up!
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... waiting on green
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... on the way
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by pucksterpete » Jun 17, 2016 3:27 am

any video of the run?
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Jun 24, 2016 5:57 am

pucksterpete wrote:any video of the run?
Sorry, not from outside view only from view of the driver.
So there is filmed the whole run. Starting point from the tent, going to the starting position, the run (8:XXmin), and back to the tent.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0YOPGHjnQzM

I have no rival beside me, because I was the only one with electrical bike, so I run a demo!

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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by leew » Jun 24, 2016 7:12 am

That controller explosion was rather spectacular! and I thought this was spectacular! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UWcPZBZl3lk
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Aug 02, 2016 3:26 am

Next update in progress!
Wind shield of Ducati 1199 Pangiale
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Aug 07, 2016 12:01 am

First test build
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Re: Build up Straightliner Sunrise

Post by Rovi » Aug 08, 2016 1:18 am

Some additional pics
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Re: Andre´s STRAIGHTLINER RISING SUN

Post by Rovi » Aug 09, 2016 7:12 am

Now additional 7 batteries reached me and I can start to build a second on top box.

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Re: Andre´s STRAIGHTLINER RISING SUN

Post by Rovi » Aug 11, 2016 12:44 am

The correct screws reached me now to finish this project ...
https://youtu.be/IsgyU6ncFqY
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Re: Andre´s STRAIGHTLINER RISING SUN

Post by Rovi » Aug 15, 2016 12:41 am

Saturday = washing day :)
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Re: Andre´s STRAIGHTLINER RISING SUN

Post by Rovi » Aug 16, 2016 2:05 am

Starting update of the box, that there can be implement 173VDC/10Ah
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