Dengfu M09 Endruo/Freeride build log

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Re: Dengfu M09 Endruo/Freeride build log

Post by Simonten » Dec 16 2019 4:54pm

Firstly Kepler, the bike looks fantastic.

How do you think a 170-180mm front shock with 27.5+ front wheel and a 1.5 Degree Angle Headset adjustment to make the head angle 65 degrees would go on this frame. I am in New Zealand so luna will not ship to me.

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Re: Dengfu M09 Endruo/Freeride build log

Post by Kepler » Dec 16 2019 5:17pm

I think that would be no problems at all. My set up with a 160mm travel 29er fork with a 29er wheel would be very similar in total length to what you are proposing.
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Re: Dengfu M09 Endruo/Freeride build log

Post by Simonten » Dec 17 2019 4:37am

Thanks Keplar

The 150mm rear shock will that be ok with 180mm of front fork travel? In my reading it says that its good to keep the front rear travel with in 20mm. Any thoughts?

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Re: Dengfu M09 Endruo/Freeride build log

Post by Kepler » Dec 17 2019 5:13pm

Yes rule of thumb is no more more then 20mm. So stick with a 170mm fork if want to play safe. However I still cant see an issue with the 180mm travel fork as I know that total front end height works well on the bike. Only thing is an imbalance of plushness between the back and front. Nothing that an extra 10psi in the 180mm fork wont fix or maybe the addition of an extra volume spacer.
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Re: Dengfu M09 Endruo/Freeride build log

Post by artyy » Apr 12 2020 2:00am

Hi,
Finally, I got to build my bike based on Dengfu E 09 frame with Bafang G521 motor. I made my own battery as you but 13s5p. I'd be happy if you would tell me how you connected a throttle. As I can figure out it needs 5v supply from canbus but three is no canbus in my DIY battery. I think of using DC/DC step down inverter 54v/5v like on the pic but I am afraid of frying controller or something. I'd be very thankfull for your advice.
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