Avitt wrote:Do you have any experience running that much power through a SA 3-speed IGH? I'd be very concerned about sheering off the axle key.
waynebergman wrote:Wow cool. Looks like you have unpinned the stator from the axle and made your BB spindle part of your axle. I hope you can share some of the motor mods with some photos for us. Very pro with the phase and hall wire exits out the side. Awesome!
panurge wrote:Wow! That's super cool....this will be a serious competitor for any system.....
Looking forward to know everything about it!!!
panurge wrote:So consider I'm yet thinking about a frame for It
Uh, ah! what sort of frame is that? I see a QR in an unconventional position, It is foldable I guess, for just a moment I figured out a softail's lock/unlock system....
You are an artist, man.....
P.S. Do you know Achiever Bikes? It is nothing concerned to that but the coaxial design and the circle mount....A bit smaller, perhaps...but 1/10 the power.....
spinningmagnets wrote:Very Impressive! I can't wait to see how it turns out...
thanks ron for the prior research you did on this motor
spinningmagnets wrote:thanks ron for the prior research you did on this motor
I only converted one for the fun of it, and to document the process with pictures so others can more easily convert one themselves. izeman is now using the motor I converted, and I am very happy to see others experimenting with this. I give all the credit to crossbreak for showing that this is possible, and identifying the BPM and the MAC as the most viable candidates.
liveforphysics wrote:Beautiful work as usual my friend!
How does the riding experience compare?
izeman wrote:damn. and i thought i had the coolest mac mid drive converted bike
that's a very nice piece of art. very well done. i'd like to ride it and compare it to my bike. how is motor noise (not the fans)? i'm REALLY happy with my motor (can't get it over 90°C even riding it at 2kW+ for over an hour) but the high pitch noise is all but stealthy. could you please post a video with the motor running alone, and one with the whole drivetrain + chain connected.
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