There is a lot more to come. The handle bar mounted cell medics, side fairings, headlight, tail light, turn signals are toward the top of the list. Lastly, feel free to laugh at my cardboard air duct! I'll be making a better version eventually.
Wheazel wrote:I would seriously consider an astro or similar high efficiency motor for such a nice installation. Great work.
Sacman wrote:Very nice indeed!
I just realized you got no pedals or foot pegs on there.
You're just placing your feet on the front top end of the two long side cases eh?
bzhwindtalker wrote:The sound is awesome! WHO could say that electrics sounds lame after that?
Burtie wrote:Assuming it is the opposite side to the servo, you could
make a clamping, bolt on torque plate, and forget about the nut ??
Nice to hear the optic sensors are running well on your bike
I enjoyed the video, Great work!
GITech wrote:Wow, so nice man!
Your wire job is IMPRESSIVE!
Not to mention the rest of it!
How did you get the lipo's to fit. Didn't you show they were too wide?
And how is your 88kv motor only spinning at 2100rpm? 23.8V?!?
sico wrote:This is brilliant work E-Racer. I think you could reduce the visual bulk of the swing arms with a well chosen paint scheme. I'm thinking just paint the original swing arm shape onto the new one, but there's probably an even better way. We need an artist to give some advice on that one.
Green Machine wrote:E-racer, nice work! Why did you decide to "skip" the belt drive? Is it something you might add later?
dozentrio wrote:Forgive me if I missed these details in the thread somewhere, but:
How much does it weigh? and, what's the powerloss through the CVT? and, where are the vids?
E-racer wrote:Quick video make sure to watch the end.
E-racer wrote:New Video! this is a 4 mile run I like to make on the bike. There is a good amount of sustained 35-40mph.
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