You're looking at it in my previous post.ambroseliao wrote:Where do you mount the carry-on bag on your Paratrooper? Pictures please!Rollodo wrote:I've built a 48V 10.5Ah Konion pack and stashed it into a Maxpedition carry-on bag.
But it's not an extender. It's adjustable, but it doesn't do the same thing as that other one.spechols wrote:I tried that one and hated it. Just not safe.
Then went to a SATORI-UP2. It is a great product!
This one: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00J22OIR8/Andytheswede wrote:Their own model with the octagon adjustable stem?
I got a stem extender.Andytheswede wrote:
You said you had improved the riding position,,may I ask what changes you implemented?
Right, ok. By 'platform', I meant forum platform. But whatever, don't want to derail the thread.neptronix wrote:It's the hosting that's changing.
I'm now on BBS02 and a self-made 10 Ah mid-frame pack.Andytheswede wrote:so how did it go with this bike long-term wise?
I am building exactly the same setup
Sounds good - where's yours?ChopperDave wrote:Location of the user/poster on the forum really helps people connect to nearby folks who share the same passion/interest.
You only resurrected a 2.5 year old thread, but okay.BYqSXt8Z wrote:batteryspace has some too
https://www.batteryspace.com/Lithium-Ti ... ttery.aspx
Well, it's great that its speed is that much higher, but going 20 kph and hit a pothole isn't going to do you any good, even on a bike.ivanovlev wrote:Yep, this is geared motor. But the main thing is that its speed is twice higher than any other (solowheel, Ips, Airwheel and others ~10..12kph)