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by W1R3D
Aug 15 2016 11:01pm
Forum: Resources & EV Related Parts and Services
Topic: $149 AUD, 48v 1000w kits in Australia
Replies: 2
Views: 1000

Re: $149 AUD, 48v 1000w kits in Australia

Do you have 200 watt mid motors and controllers for sale in aus?
by W1R3D
Jun 12 2016 10:33pm
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: Most durable motor specs
Replies: 6
Views: 1715

Re: Most durable motor specs

Yeah sadly i dont think the engineering or technology currently available for electric vehicles is upto the demands for finishing even 1 of the 230km legs of this race. To just finish the race in the set time of 4 hours you need to maintain an average of 80 kph and to be competive to win a class its...
by W1R3D
Jun 11 2016 6:42am
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: Most durable motor specs
Replies: 6
Views: 1715

Re: Most durable motor specs

I was at the Finke Desert Race and the idea of running a bike/buggy on electricity came to mind. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Finke_Desert_Race Its roughly 230 kms down and the same 230 kms back race over 2 days. Plus a run at Prologue, a full day before to build the starting grid for the race do...
by W1R3D
Jun 10 2016 1:06am
Forum: Motor Technology
Topic: Most durable motor specs
Replies: 6
Views: 1715

Most durable motor specs

Hi All,
I am starting this topic as I want to know what makes a motor durable and reliable. Basically a offroad motorcycle but runing on electricty.
So please add your links below and assist me on finding the most durable motor setup known to man...
by W1R3D
Jun 07 2016 9:43pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt
Replies: 8
Views: 700

Re: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt

No mate I am down in Alice Springs...

I get stopped at least once a day with people interested in my bike and asking a lot of questions.
I even had a guy chain up a Stealth Bomber e bike next to mine this morning lol... my budget build verses a production e bike lol
by W1R3D
Jun 02 2016 11:06pm
Forum: Items for Sale - New
Topic: AUS/MELB Sanyo NCR18650GA - All Gone!
Replies: 24
Views: 1536

Re: AUS/MELB 18650s Potential Order

Hey all, I have been thinking of building a power unit on my bike instead of pulling out my LIHVs to charge them. I have only just started researching what is needed and only have a very basic knowledge atm. I would be looking for a 48-50 volt system with as much aMh as possible for the room I have....
by W1R3D
Jun 02 2016 7:41pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt
Replies: 8
Views: 700

Re: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt

When stripping back the main power and shunt wire i noticed 2 extra wires,from memory a green and yellow. Are these the wires needed to enable tye other features you mentioned?
by W1R3D
Jun 02 2016 3:16am
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt
Replies: 8
Views: 700

Re: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt

I have 1 more question.
The single red wire?? I read that it only takes 10 volt to power the CA up but what if my power is 48 volt? Its such a small wire...
by W1R3D
Jun 02 2016 1:55am
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt
Replies: 8
Views: 700

Re: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt

Thanks guys this is the info i needed and i can finally really monitor my setup. As in the past i have just been keeping track of the voltage left at the end of the day. I am really interested in seeing the top speed and range. I should have ordered the stand alone model but living in the middle of ...
by W1R3D
Jun 01 2016 10:41pm
Forum: E-Bike Build Threads / Photos & Video
Topic: DH Comp build mk2
Replies: 25
Views: 2332

Re: DH Comp build mk2

looking good
by W1R3D
Jun 01 2016 10:03pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: ***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt
Replies: 8
Views: 700

***HELP*** CA-HC Shunt

Hi Guys, I am in the desperate need of some technical help and advise regarding the choice of shunt for my CA and current setup. Firstly I have my self to blame as I mistakenly ordered the HC model and now need a shunt in order to wire in my new toy. I understand that there is a calibration setup wi...
by W1R3D
Jun 01 2016 9:39pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: new 1000 watt build should i upgrade controller?
Replies: 5
Views: 405

Re: new 1000 watt build should i upgrade controller?

I am in the same boat and look forward to hearing what people have to say
by W1R3D
Jun 01 2016 9:32pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: large downhillfork
Replies: 11
Views: 721

Re: large downhillfork

I found a used 888 RC 2005 Bomber front fork second hand for $100 AUD, so there are plenty around. The only down side is that they take a 20 mm straight through axle which I found are not made any more so second hand was the only option. I would advice to research all the components when purchasing ...
by W1R3D
May 28 2016 10:44pm
Forum: E-Bike Build Threads / Photos & Video
Topic: 1000 Watt 48 Volt Rear Hub Build V2
Replies: 2
Views: 567

Re: 1000 Watt 48 Volt Rear Hub Build V2

As a future upgrade i would like to learn how to construct a onboard 50 volt battery system. I currently do not know where to start or what parts are needed. If anyone has plans or ideas on the best way to build a system i would love to hear from you. So drop me a line or shot me an email to W1R3D@L...
by W1R3D
May 23 2016 12:58am
Forum: E-Bike Build Threads / Photos & Video
Topic: 1000 Watt 48 Volt Rear Hub Build V2
Replies: 2
Views: 567

1000 Watt 48 Volt Rear Hub Build V2

Hi Guys, I am new here and feel since I have finally got my 2nd generation Ebike up and running that I should make a post about it for discussion, tips and ideas for others and myself. It was very challenging as I live in Alice Springs in the Northern Territory in Australia which is smack bang in th...
by W1R3D
May 15 2016 10:05pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Upgrading 7 speed Freewheel to 10 speed
Replies: 3
Views: 480

Upgrading 7 speed Freewheel to 10 speed

Hi guys, I have been googling trying to find the parts and info to change my 48V1000WR rear hub motor to a 10 speed. My goal is to upgrade the rear gears to match a set of sram xx grip shifter I have acquired. I have found cheap 10 speed rear freewheel gear sets but I am not sure they will work with...