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E grom

Post by hodala » May 21, 2016 1:42 pm

The customer in China neighbor to Thailand province applied my front end kit to modify a E-grom(Honda msx125) bike
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Post by 4LivesPerGallon » Jul 26, 2016 11:13 pm

That's very nice!

Could you please post the complete story and more photos?

Links to where the parts were bought, etc?

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Electric Grom, Honda clone, eGrom, made into an electric tri

Post by 4LivesPerGallon » Jul 26, 2016 11:15 pm

What are those items near the console, where the key switch normally is?

Where can I buy those mirrors?

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Re: E grom

Post by hodala » Aug 09, 2016 11:37 pm

4LivesPerGallon wrote:That's very nice!

Could you please post the complete story and more photos?

Links to where the parts were bought, etc?
That front end kit come from my drawing build by a mechanic in China never met,and the E-grom is a Chinese customer bought the kit to modify on it

The kit I just received from China by a customer's order in Taiwan;3D drawing is my new model - take-apart bike kit convinent for a car to carry
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Post by hodala » Aug 09, 2016 11:52 pm

More pictures- fake Grom trike and scooter
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Re: E grom

Post by 4LivesPerGallon » Aug 19, 2016 12:47 am

hodala wrote:
4LivesPerGallon wrote:That's very nice!

Could you please post the complete story and more photos?

Links to where the parts were bought, etc?
That front end kit come from my drawing build by a mechanic in China never met,and the E-grom is a Chinese customer bought the kit to modify on it

The kit I just received from China by a customer's order in Taiwan;3D drawing is my new model - take-apart bike kit convinent for a car to carry

Thank you. This looks like a poor boyz' Can-Am Spyder trike, lol.

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Re: E grom

Post by maydaverave » Aug 19, 2016 12:20 pm

A can am spyder doesn't lean.
e-bikekit 50v 9.2ah cellman pack

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Re: E grom

Post by hodala » Aug 19, 2016 11:53 pm

4LivesPerGallon wrote:
hodala wrote:
4LivesPerGallon wrote:That's very nice!

Could you please post the complete story and more photos?

Links to where the parts were bought, etc?
That front end kit come from my drawing build by a mechanic in China never met,and the E-grom is a Chinese customer bought the kit to modify on it

The kit I just received from China by a customer's order in Taiwan;3D drawing is my new model - take-apart bike kit convinent for a car to carry

Thank you. This looks like a poor boyz' Can-Am Spyder trike, lol.
Yes you can say this leaning trike a poor boy's toy but it won't flip over nor slip and fall when fast cornering,much safer than those luxurious Big guys
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Re: E grom

Post by 4LivesPerGallon » Aug 23, 2016 10:32 pm

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Wow, I didn't comprehend that earlier. Thanks for the "visual explantion" i.e. your photo.

Did you make all of these three leaning machines? All electric?

Are these for sale in AliExpress yet?

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Re: E grom

Post by Mündawg » Feb 17, 2017 9:51 pm

Why would you (anyone i guess) add a second front wheel, which adds a bunch of complexity to the design of these motor machines? If leaning is the goal doesn't one front wheel fit the bill? ie a motorcycle?
I'm genuinely curious.
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Re: E grom

Post by hodala » Feb 20, 2017 7:20 am

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Mündawg wrote:Why would you (anyone i guess) add a second front wheel, which adds a bunch of complexity to the design of these motor machines? If leaning is the goal doesn't one front wheel fit the bill? ie a motorcycle?
I'm genuinely curious.
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Most people don't know why 2 wheels in front for,I have to interpret again and again; when the rear wheel of bike lose lateral friction of tire,you can turn the handle bar in opposite direction to make the bike drift cornering to avoid over-steering and fall,but when front wheel slip and lose lateral friction,most of you only to fall down and get scratches
front 2 wheels reduce losing friction both lateral and brake a lot

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Re: E grom

Post by Dauntless » Feb 20, 2017 10:32 pm

It's probably more important that there are people who are just afraid of two wheels.
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Re: E grom

Post by fechter » Feb 20, 2017 10:41 pm

It's supposed to be a big advantage when cornering on slippery surfaces. Also can eliminate the need to plant your feet when coming to a stop and the need for a kickstand.
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Re: E grom

Post by atarijedi » Jul 14, 2017 2:22 am

Do you still sell this kit? Is it designed for a specific bike?

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Re: E grom

Post by hodala » Jul 14, 2017 7:45 am

atarijedi wrote:Do you still sell this kit? Is it designed for a specific bike?
Better show me what bike looks like?
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