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giant stiletto

Post by goatman » Dec 22 2019 4:54pm

ive spent the last year building this bike trying to get to where I want it, blowing controllers, different batteries and different looks. im about to tear it down and make it a clean build so thought id share the pics, it was finally sunny outside so I took some pics with my screwed up phone. bear with me while I try to figure out the picture upload

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Post by goatman » Dec 22 2019 5:25pm

I don't know, went to photo bucket to get a free account and their site isn't working, any other suggestions?

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Post by E-HP » Dec 22 2019 7:03pm

goatman wrote:
Dec 22 2019 5:25pm
I don't know, went to photo bucket to get a free account and their site isn't working, any other suggestions?
When you create your post, look below the text window where there are two tabs. The second is "Attachments", which allows you to upload a photo. The pics will show up at the bottom of your post, unless you use the "in line" feature, which will place the photo where your cursor is in the text window.

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Post by goatman » Dec 22 2019 7:20pm

3540 and the hitch/bracket for bob trailer, the bob nutz are on my trike right now


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Post by goatman » Dec 22 2019 7:54pm

I was running 2-15s5p 25r in parallel but kept blowing controllers, then I made 3-14s4p, 2 in parallel in the box and I could put a 3rd battery in the tank bag for more range. got a phaserunner set at max amps but I kind of miss the twitchy throttle of a grinfinion. im switching up my batteries to 2-16s4p or 2-18s4p to see if that gives me back some power, if not ill be taking the phaserunner off this bike. I was running 40 amps@63v and wanted a little more like 60 amps but the phaserunner is really a 35/40amp feeling, it wont jerk you but once it starts going it goes quick. the 3540, I don't like the axle, wires are too tight and with the the rear tire fully dished to the right I need another 5mm to get the centerline. I can remove the derailer and put a single gear on the back and machine the right side axle about 7mm to get the center.
rear tire is 24x3.0 kenda flame- 26inch od. fronts a 26x3.0 kenda flame, you need the fat tires and suspension seat to smooth out the ride. you wont see many stilettos with this seat, the triangular seat bracket is aftermarket I believe. I bought this bike used from someone that lost interest in it.
it had the motor,controller and ca, the Anderson phase connectors were melted because it was wired wrong ill try to get a pic loaded of the bike when I bought it.

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Post by goatman » Jan 18 2020 4:31pm

im starting the tear down, I thought id share what I used for a cheap easy and strong battery box. a skillsaw with carbide blade cuts aluminum easily, I use old construction signs for aluminum and a $5 steel stud from home depot. the other tools are tin snips a drill and a pop rivet gun with 1/8 inch steel rivets

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I could fit 2-15s5p batteries in there and a controller. by flipping a piece of stud upside down it boxes and strengthens the bottom of the box and keeps the batteries out of any water that might get in the box. ive never had an issue with strength and an old chopped up bike tube to tie the batteries down

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my tank bag sits on another piece of 1/8 aluminum.

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the original seat only gave 32 inches from fully extended pedal to the seat back and you ride all scrunched up, the other seat gives you 38 inches and you can stretch your legs out straight.

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this is how I build and fabricate, just grab whatever garbage is laying around slap it together to work the bugs out then spend some money and do some nice work

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