bzhwindtalker wrote:I'm here is you have questions, I run LMX with my business partner Lucas and designed the frames.
Bonne chance, mes amis! (Je suis Canadien...)bzhwindtalker wrote:I'm here is you have questions, I run LMX with my business partner Lucas and designed the frames.
Hehe... Well. Here in Alt. Reality Planet (it's Endless) we get to gamble?bzhwindtalker wrote:40% reached, 24 days to go !
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Drunkskunk wrote:This is awesome, and I wish you the best of luck.
Do you plan to make a version of this with Vin numbered, registerable frame? Or road legal?
That is not very nice!LockH wrote:Hehe... "260 pound muscular" Cute "turn of phrase". I'm about a 150 pound (soaking wet) Canadien... not really used to seeing "260 pound" and "muscular" in the same sentence. Happen much? Involve much consumption of steroids? Or living out of McDonalds etc?
GO GO GO!€24,414 EUR raised by 12 backers
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If it were my project, the difference would be controller firmware designed to electronically impose the required limits on the street legal model. That way, it could enjoy the same off the line torque and low speed climbing ability as the unrestricted model, with mechanical output wattage and/or speed limits introduced only as necessary.TheBMallory wrote:I was checking the tech specs from the street legal 161 and the freeride one. The electrical part looks the same to me, so the 45Km/h limitation is only done through gearing ? if so does the street legal version will have a little bit more "humpf" over the freeride version ?
Looks like I'm gonna lose my bet. [grumble grumble] (Phew... Good thing nobuddy else on ES likes to gamble... Tks to the Gawds...)€76,118 EUR raised by 31 backers
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