mj2412 wrote:Hi farfle,
how is the BMS working? Do you got a few cycles on the battery?
Gratulation for the nice bike and I hope you beat the zeros.
Its a little lower than I had expected, seat height is 31" . The tubes are going to be a cargo rack/rear seat for my GF. They will probably get cut off for the racetrack. Speaking of which, ill do that today and take some nekkid pics if the frame and components.AussieJester wrote:Looking good Farfle...what are your intentions for the two pipes straight out the back of seat, mudguard?
Looks very long and low, seat height is low thats for sure.
We have done 2up on the bike before this guy (same motor diff frame) and horsepower wise it was fine, but the suspension and brakes suffered. The new frame has unlimited stopping power, and much more beef, so should handle it just fine.AussieJester wrote:Ahhh kk...i see theres a 'bitch pad' on the back of the bike now Farfle, your girlfriend must have a small bottomz LoL.. Have you had two up on the bike yet? if so how does it handle the extra weight?
Will do for sure man. Probably not going to make a race until may, but when I do you'll be the first to know.liveforphysics wrote:That is so killer man. Let me know when you're gonna make a race and I will try to borrow a Zero and mix it up with you.
You use an O ring chain that retains oil well, and lube it off the bike. I take it off and throw it in an old crock pot full of motor oil then wipe it clean and put it on the bike. As for the sprockets. They get a dose of super heavy metallic grease. Also, the rear caliper is also REALLY badass (origionally from a fat utility quad with tiny lil rotors) So it doesn't care if the pads are fouled.vax wrote:And what happens if you oil the chain? Slippy brakes?
That would be awesome AJ. Sounds just like what I need.AussieJester wrote:Farfle 're: chain lube, I use a goodie made by Belray, no fling off whatsoever, you spray it on wait 15 minutes and it turns from a running liquid to a wax like consistency, will get exact name of it when home if you like...
http://www.revzilla.com/product/bel-ray ... chain-lubeFarfle wrote: That would be awesome AJ. Sounds just like what I need.
Thanks man. The reason I run the sprotor, is because its a lil lighter, mechanically more simple, and it looks cleaner. I also started with it, as I had pedal drive on the right.Ratking wrote:Very nice bike Farfle, its a good source of inspiration
Why do you combine a rear sprocket and rear brake when the other side of the hub i empty?
EvoBikeShop wrote:This ebike thing is an addiction.