karmonkey wrote:hello im new here, im thinking about ordering a 10kw q76r how does it compares to a stealh bomber?
the motor is a quanshun v2? how does it perform? and what about realibilty?
for the price it looks like a bargain
In my opinion you can't beat this deal. First the Q76R with the thin width of just 76mm is amazing if you want an ebike that will pass more for a bicycle as it is so thin. Build quality vs the stealth bomber should be at least the same, both frames will hold up to repeated drops without any issues. Both are boxed framed construction and not tube framed.
Stealth bomber is wider at 125mm, which may stand out more as not a bicycle.
Both the Q76R 10KW and stealth bomber have the same battery capcity at ~1500 watts. If you want more battery capacity than 1500 watts Qulbix may be able to use higher capacity cells if you ask them. My Q76R will have 3000watts of battery capacity using 3500MAH cells.
The stealth bomber does have the Vboxx transmission which is nice and may give more clearance, but I can't comment as I have never used it and don't peddle anyway.
The Q76R 10KW built by Qulbix will be a beast of a bike as they use the QS205, rear motorcycle rim and tire, Max-E, This is easily much more powerful and robust than a stealth bomber which uses a bicycle tire and rim on the rear (which won't hold up to abuse), and a less powerful motor. The stealth bomber also doesn't use the Max-E controller which is kind of ridiculous as nothing compares to the Max-E.
For my purposes and the way I ride I need the motorcycle seat for comfort and off-road riding. When I land high jumps I also fall down on the seat hard and wouldn't want to do that with a bicycle seat. But I hardly ever peddle so a bicycle seat isn't needed. Stealth bomber was always out for me because it lacked a motorcycle seat option.
I'm ordering my Q76R with a footpeg option and maybe a small skid plate. This way I can get a lot more clearance offroading the bike, and be able to roll over logs.