Qulbix Q76R Frame Kits & Complete Bikes PRE-ORDER

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Post by John Bozi » Jul 13, 2017 4:04 pm

Got a link for a simple thermometer kit? I have thought about this in the past....

Totally agree 10 gauge is overkill when many of the controller wires are often thinner....

Problem with cutting is that the part that requires cutting is where it is joined to the pack.... I don't want touch that close.

The other thing is although safer... I wish the bullets weren't joined in this housing because these connectors will take up a huge space compared to what I usually do with the daisy chaining 5.5 bullets and then having only one 2p harness.

I actually want to cut these off and get all the correct custom lengths with the bullets but I am worried about warranty issues in the first few weeks. Thinking out loud... having said that I doubt I will get this bike running within the 1 month warranty period. (I think it is 1 month can't remember)

Obviously parallel first series second is better, but real estate is an issue and I would also like to monitor each cell's performance individually more accurately than when its pulling down another in parallel... Yes I will be bulk charging unless they are going out of balance....

8 x 6s 12ah = 24s 24AH lipo or 6s = 22.2v nominal x 4 in series = 88.8v nominal

Long rides probably hot off the charge will be 98v down to 88v.
Short ones will all be around storage charge. 95v-90v. The pack is way bigger than I have ever had and look forward to not needing to always run it at the high end.

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Post by Amiran » Aug 06, 2017 5:58 am

Hi,
Would like to know the latest price for 76 frame w moto seat.
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Post by Offroader » Aug 06, 2017 11:45 am

Sometimes they run sales on their frames if you keep looking.

Their frames are worth the extra expense, especially if you want the motorcycle seat.

Motorcycle seat + footpegs, you have one awesome electric light weight dirt bike.

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Post by Cricket_Swe » Aug 07, 2017 2:36 am

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Post by John Bozi » Aug 12, 2017 9:31 pm

phase wires up or down? down looks like a weird bend and more damage from terrain.... right?

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Post by Offroader » Aug 13, 2017 6:57 pm

I have mine up. While up is probably safer it probably doesn't matter as you'll never hit it.

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Post by John Bozi » Aug 16, 2017 9:50 pm

Ended up going down... Now I am wondering about how you guys secure your wiring away from the disc brake.

I'm just gona keep picks in an album so they don't get lost all over the shop for anyone interested...
https://1drv.ms/a/s!AlSKk_ubN_YkjQIPeopc0ojgTA9t

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Post by John Bozi » Oct 20, 2017 6:05 am

recycled polymorph plastic from the red bike. The red and a bit of oil and mud probably...

looked more like tampons...

Or some said bacon rashes and yes I had all the birds attacking it and eating bits of plastic!

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Post by nio88 » Nov 25, 2017 4:32 pm

Hi guys,
I´ve finished my build one week go, and today was my first riding :twisted:.
Everything works fine so far, the only issue is in one hour chain pop off 3 times :roll: ,
are you using chain guides?? any recomendation??
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Post by John Bozi » Nov 25, 2017 10:25 pm

I have never dropped my chain but its a single sprocket at back.... You can solve your issue with usual bicycle knowledge... google

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Post by nio88 » Nov 26, 2017 10:32 am

John, I know I can google :), just to know if other user had same issue if not use single sprocket...

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Post by efMX Trials Electric Freeride » Nov 26, 2017 10:58 am

a clutched rear derailleur and a narrow wide crank chain ring can help a lot with chain retention over rough terrain.. search those terms here on the sphere or look up offroader s qulbix raptor builds..
nio88 wrote:
Nov 26, 2017 10:32 am
John, I know I can google :), just to know if other user had same issue if not use single sprocket...
some ride & sk8 videos:
metacafe.com/channels/NATAS666DAMIEN/most_popular/
http://www.youtube.com/natas666damien
i have nothing for sale.. :)

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Post by jansevr » Nov 26, 2017 12:26 pm

Your chain might be too loose? You could try taking out a few links to increase tension and to help prevent the chain from jumping around. Nice build! I like the all black.

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Post by nio88 » Nov 26, 2017 12:40 pm

Thanks guys, I'm going to see how I can fix it!! remove some links could be an option, but I think the best option would a chain guide, but I'm trying to find a mounting plate for a 83mm BB...
Anyway thanks for the ideas...

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Post by marc928 » Nov 27, 2017 7:00 am

Hello everybody,

I'm new on the forum.
I have already an electric bike with a bbs02 36V. To have something wilder and more powerful I plan to buy a complete Q76R Adrenaline (with just a assembly work).
I would like to know if some people from this forum did it ?
Because I’m not a bike specialist I want probably to do the assembly with a motorbike/bike mechanical, even he never touch an electric bike.
Can you confirm that the assembler doesn’t need special electric bike knowledge ?
I would like to read the instructions (text and/or video) before to order to know more what to do and how to do it. Somebody can provide me this informations ? It is not accessible on the Qulbix website.
Is it possible to remove easily and quickly the front wheel ?
Is it a quality close from the Stealth bike quality ?
It would be nice to try one but it seems difficult to even watch one here in Spain.

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Post by nio88 » Nov 27, 2017 3:39 pm

Hi Marc,
I think if you buy a complete bike, it´s going to come already assembly, you wouldn´t have to do anything, but if someone has bought a complete one, might confirm you.
Remove the front wheel would be as easy as any other bike. If you have quick release it would be easier, if not, an Allen key would be enough.
I haven´t seen any stealth yet, so I can´t compare :)

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