Been a cold winter in Norway, so I did not have any motivation to do any more work.
But the last few days the sun and asphalt has dried up and I want to get this going. Where I live, it is perfect to use a bike to get around, so this is high on my priority list.
Did manage to re lance the front wheel, used Sheldon Brownes guide to do so, worked flawlessly. It is spoked with three cross pattern, should be plenty strong.
On my list is making a good battery solution. Previously, I thought about stacking the cells against each other, without the original fittings and plastic clamps, but after looking more in to what is possible, I think using the original pack layout is the best solution for protecting the cells.
Originally, I was aiming for 22s2p, giving a pack voltage of 81.4v, but fully charged the voltage would be too high for my controller(92.4v), so I will try out 20s2p instead. A little less voltage, but easier to build and fit the battery inside the already tight frame. So I only get 2.56kwh of battery capacity.
If not mentioned before, the bike will be fitted with Michelin Pilot Sport tires, so it should stick really good to the ground. Something that is needed with the hubmotor I am using(I hope