I'll second that statementLyen wrote:I was super impressed after tested two models from John. I was able to do wheelie the bigger direct drive motor model. Awesome built quality and torque. He's a very nice guy and supportive guy.
Surprise, surpriseLyen wrote: All the models at the show floor were sold the last day.
Hillhater wrote:good info Lyen, sounds like you had a fun time.
did you Ebike all the way there ??
this has to be one of the tackyest prototypes i have seen
Looks like something from a junk pile , with a can of silver paint thrown over it !
Lyen wrote:We had a long conversation and I was shock after hearing his opinion on controllers design
Toorbough ULL-Zeveigh wrote:appreciate your getting these up so soon, sure you'd rather be napping.
couple of quick questions.
who's the manufacturer of that big hubmotor, any idea on price or other info?Lyen wrote:We had a long conversation and I was shock after hearing his opinion on controllers design
at some point when you have time i wouldn't mind if you could flesh that out a bit if your allowed to divulge & wasn't anything said in confidence.
or at least some clue in broad general terms, i'm curious to hear his thoughts too.
ebike999 wrote:Did John, from stealth, tell you if there were any new features on the Bomber or the Fighter ? Any improvements?
whereswally606 wrote:Hey there, that 4kw hub is indeed an emax one. I managed to Buy one off eBay listed as possible faulty halls. I've bought one of mr lyens testers to check it out. From doing a quick goole check I found the company on Alibaba called proud eagle who sell the controllers. Really want to use the modular controller gwhy is developing but it would be good to have some internal photos for helping me sort the hall sensors If indeed that is the fault with it
Wolfy wrote:Great pics Edward.
Thanks for taking the time to post them.
Were those rubber bands instead of chain driving the one bike?
Wonder how it would perform in the rain?
The rubber bands are actual string. A very long string indeed. I would definitely not take the bike out during rain.
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