HobbyKing Sydney wrote:
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Hyena wrote:How about this stealthy electric bike
Hyena wrote:So, you like stealth electric bikes ?
How about this stealthy electric bike
As I posted previously the original forks and shock are gone in favour of these which with give 100mm travel each. The motor isn't fitted yet obviously, not sure if I'll go with a mac for maximum stealth and around 2kw or a modded 9C style DD for around 5kw. This will be my general every day ride so I'll probably go with the 5kw option so I can still mix it up with traffic confidently when necessary. This has capacity for a 10ah 18S pack but with teh slightest tweeks to the frame (which I didn't do initially to save work for Paul) it could easily hold another 3 packs in the top tube for a 15ah pack. A 5kw urban assault bike with a 1 kilowatt hr battery pack with that side profile ? Yeah, I know
Pending how things go with my health (the all important scan that determines if the first round of chemo has been sucessful or not is next week) I'd like to have something very simliar to this made on a larger scale, but from scratch so without the obvious frame joins. That said Timma has done a great job (as always!) with this one and I can't wait to get it painted up. Once it's painted and has a few stickers on it to make it look commercial I reckon it'll be killer. Don't anyone try and buy it off me because I'll want a fortune for it to bankroll larger scale production
I really like the phasor frame but it's still stands out too much for my liking. For me somthing that maintains as much of the hollow triangle as possible to keep it looking like a bicycle is important.
andynogo wrote:power power power power power
I like my MAC but if you're used to power.............
I reckon the best scenario for a MAC is in a nice light frame, smallish battery pack to keep weight down and make a decent commuter. If you want to do silly things and go off road then you'll want more power. Or make the mac mid drive....
Whiplash wrote:This and 2000+ Watts and you will have more climbing power than you ever had! LOL!
That frame and a custom bracket welded to the bottom of the down tube would be clean and you have ample room down there too!
shorza wrote:Soooo..... where can i buy one?
Scruffoid wrote:Mate isnt it always anti clockwise around the running tracks
knoxie wrote:yes awesome! think you should drop it in to the stealth owners thread too buddy
def215 wrote: how was the ride like on the track hyena? ive always ran on on one and i remember them being really springy and grippy.
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