Bigwheel wrote: ↑Feb 10 2019 4:29pm
No need to even do that. Just let the motor housing rest against your down tube and the rotational force will hold it up against there. You can put a piece of rubber there as a bumper so that the dt won't get damaged if it is an aluminum/carbon frame. Just make sure you use the two tab bb washer to prevent the motor from twisting side to side also.
The rear swingarm won't let me stop the motor from turning.
So I removed the torque sensor and drilled holes into the housing to fix it with ISCG mount
I haven't had any tests yet tho. (don't try it @ home yet.)