wesnewell wrote:Please go to the User Control Panel, select Profile, and then enter your city, state/province, and country into the Location field (country minimum) and save it. This will help people help you. Example: Wylie, TX, USA. Without knowing what country you are in it's hard to make any recommendations. Thank you.
Not enough, as there's still people that haven't filled in the location. It should be a required field during sign up, but no one has done it yet. Until it gets done, I'll just keep posting it in threads where the original poster doesn't have it filled in.Blackssr wrote:wesnewell wrote:Please go to the User Control Panel, select Profile, and then enter your city, state/province, and country into the Location field (country minimum) and save it. This will help people help you. Example: Wylie, TX, USA. Without knowing what country you are in it's hard to make any recommendations. Thank you.
Wes, how many times do you think you have said that on this forum? ... You are like the location police....
You can't always get what you want. 25km/h with a 250w kit and 10aH 36v battery will be light. When you want to go faster. it becomes more complicated. If you really want 35km/h sustained without too much pedal effort, you need something more powerful, heavier and more expensive. 35km/h with a 250w kit is possible, but you have too pedal quite hard as well.nosmo wrote:Isnt there a golden combination? I mean for certain criteria there must be an advisable brand/type of motor, controller and battery right?
I want a bike that can go 35kmh max, front wheel, 28", not too visible and not too much noise. Rather use 36V because of the lighter battery. So what brand and type would suit my needs best? Thats the answer I am trying to find out on this forum.
That should be quite achievable then because you're relatively light and the roads are flat.The BPM needs 20 amps or more, which is too much for a 36v 10 aH battery. There are 8.8aH bottle batteries with Samsung 22P cells that can do it, but I've only seen them as OEM, which brings me to a suggestion. The Oxydrive kit will do 40km/h. It's really nice looking, especially if you choose the right colour bike to go with it. It has a bit more power than the Q100 and average Bafang 250w kits.nosmo wrote:Hi d8vey, thanks you for your reply. You are right, hard to give advice without knowing all the details.
>How heavy are you?
>How far do you want to go?
10km to and 10km back
>How hilly is the area where you want to go?
none, pretty flat over here
>What bike do you want to convert?
Dont know yet, want to buy a new one, that I can also use without electronic support
>How much do you want to spend?
on the conversion set, about 700 euro's, which is about $922
I want a front motor, not too big so its not very noticeable. A battery thats not too heavy. I want max speed of 35kmh with light peddling
I was looking at 8FUN-motor BPM (bafang) 350W motor with a panasonic 9,6a 36v battery, what I understood, these battery's are not as heavy.
so thats the speed I am looking for. btw, 32kmh on throttle only is not bad.we never used Bafang motors on OXYDrive's. The speed mI quoted is 32mk/h on pure power (throttle only). If you pedal a bit you easily cover 35-38kmh depending on battery charge level