It's a 2007 Norco Six SEPRW wrote: ↑Sep 19, 2018 3:22 pmlooks very good, Barent!
Couple of questions:
1. Is that a Norco Atomik?
2. What size battery is that/ how is it attached?
3. Seeing as how you have made it all work - would you sell BBSHD/ Phaserunner/ battery all sorted as a "kit"?
There is a lot of info out there on chains. I'm not an expert, but here are a few thoughts:. 1. 11 speed chains are problematic (too narrow?). 2. KMC makes a heavy duty chain for e-bikes 3. Are you sure it is the chain? Have you used a stretch guage tool on it? That much power might be stretching your chain.endrew wrote: ↑Oct 01, 2018 4:56 pmI am loving this set up. Currently running it with a 74V (20 cells) Li-Ion pack limited to 2.5KW (which is more than enough for me). The Phaserunner barely gets worm and the BBSHD is never too hot to touch.
Only issue I have is that at this power level, The chain starts creaking after a few miles, even though I lube it before every ride. Anyone came across this problem? I am using a SRAM 11 speed system. I think that the chain is a KMC, or SRAM, not sure.
Do you have wide pedal spacing? These would get in the way of my pedals.RollerBoy wrote: ↑Jul 04, 2018 11:52 amHere's an arrangement. Suggest you use heat sink grease to bridge air gap between the stator and the aluminum shell, (apply liberally on both surfaces and wipe up the extra after insertion), the heat will be mainly migrating radially outward, and you want to group your extra sinks around the edge to take advantage of the flat area. Scuff the surface of the BBSHD paint or take it down to metal. I took all the paint off the heat sinks and used thermal epoxy to bond.magooXI@aol.com wrote: ↑Jun 18, 2018 10:20 pm...
I have these
Enzotech Graphics Card Passive Heat Sink ,14 x 14x 14 mm, Copper, 8-pack https://www.amazon.com/dp/B002BWXW6E/re ... RAb5ZZ0B9R
Brother, can you post a pic on how you ran those heat sinks? I think I overheated my bbshd and cooked the controller