? Performance of a modified eBike

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Stealth_Chopper   10 µW

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? Performance of a modified eBike

Post by Stealth_Chopper » Nov 17 2019 1:03pm

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Re: ? Performance of a modified eBike

Post by E-HP » Nov 17 2019 1:27pm

Do you work for this company?

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Re: ? Performance of a modified eBike

Post by MadRhino » Nov 17 2019 1:34pm

I have seen this bike here this summer. Looks good, but not suitable for performance. You can make it go faster easily with higher voltage battery and controller replacement, but it is not worth building with a big DD hub.
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Re: ? Performance of a modified eBike

Post by goatman » Nov 17 2019 2:10pm

that bike, the only thing I would do to that bike for a performance gain is lose the fat tires and ride it til it breaks then id take the motor and wheels and put it on a quality frame

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Re: ? Performance of a modified eBike

Post by dogman dan » Nov 19 2019 7:52am

I would ride that thing exactly the way it was designed to be ridden. Relatively slowly, in deep sand or snow.

And then for faster riding, I'd get this. Or spend just as much on a superb DH bike, and powerful rear hub motor.
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Re: ? Performance of a modified eBike

Post by Grantmac » Nov 19 2019 11:54am

I'm not a particularly good rider and I could break that in my back yard.

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