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by stiaga
Sep 10 2018 4:14pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout
Replies: 18
Views: 989

Re: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout

docw009 wrote:
Sep 10 2018 4:00pm
My scales indicate 4.8 pounds or 2.2 Kg for a Q100H.
So the same weight of the front version.
I'm using it at assist level 1 and it is fine for me, due the fact the H version has more torque I can consider the 328 RPM, what do you think?

Maybe will it need more current reducing the battery life?
by stiaga
Sep 10 2018 3:42pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout
Replies: 18
Views: 989

Re: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout

Actually I have a front Q100 260rpm on my road bike, and I'm considering to move the motor on the rear because I'm not so comfortable thinking that if the fork brakes I will lose all my teeth... :-) Yes, 260 RPM is the right for me, so Q100h is the right choice for me (Q100 rear 260rpm doesn't exist...
by stiaga
Sep 09 2018 3:40pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: q100h p1 settings
Replies: 47
Views: 4103

Re: q100h p1 settings

LOL, Yes, I think that's right. The manual doesn't really say what it's for, but since P2 deals with the number of magnets for the speed sensor (What has 6 magnets?), one would think P1 is for fine tuning the speedo, nothing more. And since the display, when used with the Q100, goes to zero when co...
by stiaga
Sep 08 2018 4:51pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout
Replies: 18
Views: 989

Re: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout

Here's my Q100 and yes, the freewheel side has spacers/nuts. If you are able to fit a narrower gearset, you should get your 5mm. On the other side, you cannot do anything, unless you are willing to rethread the axle and then you're a better machinist than me. Does this bike have a 130mm dropout? Co...
by stiaga
Sep 08 2018 10:45am
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout
Replies: 18
Views: 989

Re: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout

The cog side of the freewheel Q100's shaft has a nut and 2 spacers. I had a freewheel version of the Q100 installed in my single speed bike that had 120mm dropout width. You can probably just remove the nut, and get the 5mm you need. Alternatively, you can try replacing one or both of the spacers w...
by stiaga
Sep 07 2018 2:26pm
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout
Replies: 18
Views: 989

Re: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout

Dear all, I have a road bike and I would like to install a Cute Q100 on the rear wheel but unfortunately the dropout of the road bike is only 130 mm and the Q100 is 135mm... Surfing on the web I have read that the rear Q100 has some thicknesses that I can polish in order to gain 4/5 mm, but I have ...
by stiaga
Aug 25 2018 9:40am
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout
Replies: 18
Views: 989

Re: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout

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by stiaga
Aug 22 2018 7:49am
Forum: E-Bike Technical
Topic: Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout
Replies: 18
Views: 989

Rear Q100 on 130 mm dropout

Dear all, I have a road bike and I would like to install a Cute Q100 on the rear wheel but unfortunately the dropout of the road bike is only 130 mm and the Q100 is 135mm... Surfing on the web I have read that the rear Q100 has some thicknesses that I can polish in order to gain 4/5 mm, but I have s...