deecanio wrote:i can hear kim saying i told you so from here, and im a bloody long way from oz
deecanio wrote:Hi Drew,
i had wondered about the frame clamping as obviously thats where im headed too - did you put any rubber inside the mounts? i know that a sliver of innertube can work wonders in frame clamping so worth a shot if you havent done so already, plan B for slippage on my my clamps will be to drop a solid bar of ally downt the seatube, this would allow serious tightening of the clamps without fear of crushing the seatube and if that doesnt hold for me then i will pin it through the seatube and the bar, should be solid enough imo??
Good news on the eno's, its nice to hear they are holding up just fine, not so good on the sram tho, why do you think its going to give out? any problem so far or just a hunch?
i can hear kim saying i told you so from here, and im a bloody long way from oz
Still, my sram wheel is built now so i wont be far behind in setting up for testing myself so we'll then have a clear incdication between us for what the sram can and cant handle which can only be good for others looking at it.
drewjet wrote:I went 10 miles and used up 6 amp Hours I saw readings of 3500 on the watt meter, however is showed peak amps of 197. WTF 197 amps times 44 volts = 8600 watt!!! Can that really be true? Is the CA accurate at that high of an amp reading?
12p3phPMDC wrote:Nice job!
How did you get the cutout on the notched end to match the angle of the tube?
an angled vice with large diameter milling cutter? kind of like a hole saw tubing notcher?
or did you use a hole saw that is the diameter of the tube and angle the drill press table?
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