Danos wrote:Nice build...i like it. I plan to do my own Trek conversion soon, looks like the frame makes for a good conversion.
Alan B wrote:Clean build.
Doesn't look like enough room for a suspension seatpost. At least the thudbuster takes quite a bit of space. Maybe others don't.
20-25 mph is a good speed. Stay safe.
Oh, and the frame will take 700c wheels. You could totally do a 29'er with it, if you were okay with 1.25in. wide tires. for a 26" size, it should be able to accept a 2.5 or 2.75in. wide tire.
Squeaky clean build. Unlike the crap I throw together.
Danos wrote:are they long hills or reasonably short?
toft wrote:Nice build:) Im lookingfor a new motor and this mac from cellman now is my numero uno, but... second option is dd drive. And the question is: Onthe movies this engine sounds loudly? Its true is it loud?
toft wrote:I cannot see driver... It is inside frame bag? This 30A infineon is from cellman?. You bought this driver with a motor? from ceelman?
neptronix wrote:. But at ~26mph for a few blocks on ~7% grade on 14s, i think it does well..
Same hill.. 10s.. i did about 15-18mph..
And that is one of those hills that there is no way you can pedal up... you have to walk !.
Hillhater wrote:I am confused ?
you say 26mph on a 7% grade .. ? which is a hill you cannot pedal up ..??
Why can you not pedal up a 7% grade ?
I am the first to respect a hill and admit defeat, but even i can pedal up a 7% ...most cyclists would not flinch on a grade double that steep.
Conversly... 26mph on a grade that is too steep to pedal up ...is really impressive !
Hillhater wrote::shock: wow 1 ..7% grade is the steepest hill you know ? !..seriously ?
That is not much more than a SLOPE to most folk !
neptronix wrote:...I'm a bit of a wimp because i have cardiovascular problems. .
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