Jason27 wrote:If your looking for less flats get Kevlar tires and thicker tubes. That's what I did and I have not had a flat in a long time.
I'm looking into getting airless tires.
dogman wrote:What voltage do you plan to run the Macs? Seems like if you really want fast you should go with dd that takes 100v a bit better.
The 6t mac will be pretty fast at 15s lipo of course. A very good motor for moderately fast.
cassschr1 wrote:Greyborg...then hopefully you can't improve and limit the loss of funds. Damn this hobby.
Trackman417 wrote:Can you send me the link for the power supply you are getting? I can't find any website that sells Mean Well power supplies.
It would be GREATLY appreciated
icecube57 wrote:Im here didnt know the site was down.
GrayKard wrote:Received a couple of packages last week. HVC/LVC boards from Methods and charger/power supply from EP Buddy. Both were great to deal with and will do business with them again.
Originally I had planned on buying a bicycle shaped object from Bikesdirect but that plan went out the window. After reading a few threads on people building up bikes using the Norco A-line frame it looked like a good option. But in the end I found this little beauty being sold by the same company selling the A-line.
Made by Devinci, a Canadian company, the frames are manufactured in their plant in Quebec. The one I purchased, a 2008 model, comes with a rear shock, headset and seat tube clamp and I hope to add components similar in quality to what the bike would have had when complete. Should have the frame by the end of the week or early next week
Kingfish wrote:Gary, nice fast-looking frame: Where are you going to put the batteries?
icecube57 wrote:Whatever happened to this build or the harness. Ive been trying to figure out what happens in the field with my harnesses.
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