Yep, the QS really as a lot of "unsprung" mass...
I think I give the bike a try as it is on 19" front and rear and later maybe have it re-laced to 24"DH and 18"MX here in Germany.
Possibly downgrading to a lighter motor.
I tried in vain with CNebikes and evelbike.
they said they cannot offer the big motors with cross patterns. I also tried pushing them to do 3x or 4x on their front wheel... nope. seems I am the only one asking them
I am looking for something that can take some beating offroad and fits the Enduro Ebike frame. The 17" looks nice and probably is a good choice on the road, but a cast wheel is not what I am after for this bike.
Thank you for your input I am more positive to try the radially laced option now.
for me as a mechanical engineer it feels a very bad idea. at heavy loading, jumping, or cornering.. i do not see a real issue, but a spoke is made and basically can only bear a force along its axis. and in the rear there are torques in two directions (braking and accelleration) that must be transfer...
next time i will try what happens when i disconnect the display.
battey voltage (SOC) is good. it only happens when i apply the throttle bit. the motor delivers negative torque then.
maybe some setting is so off that i pull down battery voltage below what the display can handle.
Hey there, I have a strange phenomenon with my Kunteng sine wave controller KT72SVPRKD-LCD + KT-LCD3 running on 72V and would be interested to hear your opinions. Very sporadically when I reapply throttle from coast condition there is no power and the display goes blank. It feels like a short or the...
Another great vid Andy. If you're gonna be riding off-road you definitely need to get some knobbies on there. My bike is coming with the Evelbike Grizzly on the front which I believe to be the Duro Wildlife Leopard (I'm getting the 24" front wheel) and I'll be installing the Duro DM1155 (19") on th...
no I didn't have this problem you should ask for new ones ( did have other problems ) like the drop out is not centred but it is made for a 48v motor 7 speed cassette/free wheel if you find a company with a keyway machine they can sort that out I did this with my frame as I have a motor with 12mm a...
that sounds like a special width. so it's similar to the leili frame in that respect. probably the room is necessary between the cranks to accommodate the wide frame and the batteries inside of it.
..no use for all the cranks that i have sitting around..
otherwise it's only the pages of batteryuniversity.com
..but that's general stuff. not answering my questions, such as how the battery's characteristics change after capacity is reduced due to the different wear mechanisms.