IdleMind wrote:Thanks for the comments, I was not aware that the Q100 328 was included in the data base at Ebike.CA, I will be taking some time to try to absorb that info.
It would make a real nice mid drive set up, the belt driven jackshaft runs in the 1000 to 1500 rpm range and could be replaced with a motor. However I would prefer to keep the e drive separate from the human drive so it operates more like a normal bike and so I don't have any concerns about chain or cassette failures. The gas motor is great for almost unlimited range, but it also attracts too much attention for me, a small hub motor will be more inconspicuous than a mid drive.
Just last week I added the front suspension seen in the photos, prior to that I had non suspension fork with a BMX brake. If you remember the 1960's BMW cycles you will see the inspiration for this suspension. There is no good place to mount a rim brake so I will be using disc brakes.
When you fill out the custom battery values on the sim., add a zero to the internal resistance value to make it .002 Ohm.
The SO6S controller peaks around 15 Amps and probably should not be modified, so there would not be any point in using the slightly more powerful "H"motor.
Remember, you need to order the speed and PAS sensor(if you choose to use that) items @ BMS Battery.
You might want to also order the Hidden Brake Sensor that could be installed on the rear brake and a pair of torque arms(you need not install both).
Speaking of brakes, BMS B. also offers a mechanical disc system, but I haven't used it.
If you want to save money and shipping time, order the motor unbuilt and a set of spokes and build your own wheel.
My very first motorcycle was a mid '60's Zundapp and it used that style frt. fork. I think it's called an Earles fork.