E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Feb 28 2018 8:21am

Mattof37 wrote:
Feb 28 2018 8:08am
Hi,


That sounds like a good idea, so i would need to get a bomber control, new battery and wiring ? Does the dc1 have to be disconnected with all these changes?

1. Does anyone sell the battery back already built the correct size for the fighter.?

2. Where can I source a bomber control?


Thanks Matt
If you want to utilize the DC1, then you will have to source your controller through Stealth. Battery options are to have someone like Allex make you one. I know if the cells are staggard, an 18s 7P pack will fit in the Fighter, but there isn't enough room to make it two high. CD build a pack and was creative with his cell arrangement. I think he has the most battery capacity I have seen in a Fighter.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Mattof37 » Feb 28 2018 1:17pm

Thanks for the reply,

Ok, so if I source the bomber controller from stealth and have the guy you mentioned make me a 72v battery will this still only produce 3700 watt power as that's the max the Dc1 computer will go?
But It would get better range and acceleration?

Please correct me if I'm wrong still trying to find all the information beforehand.

Thanks Matt

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Allex » Feb 28 2018 6:13pm

Dont need to have a bomber controller.
Just get any controller and Cycle analyst and you will have a blast.
Here is one where you can connect your phone to:
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 31&t=75888
On 18 FETs version Battery amps are programmable up to 99A and phase amps up to 370A

Kelly 150 Amps:
https://www.qulbix.com/qulbix-products/diy/controllers

Cellmans 60Amps:
https://em3ev.com/shop/18-fet-irfb4110- ... rrency=USD
This is same as a bomber controller.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Feb 28 2018 7:12pm

Allex wrote:
Feb 28 2018 6:13pm
Dont need to have a bomber controller.
Just get any controller and Cycle analyst and you will have a blast.
Here is one where you can connect your phone to:
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 31&t=75888
On 18 FETs version Battery amps are programmable up to 99A and phase amps up to 370A

Kelly 150 Amps:
https://www.qulbix.com/qulbix-products/diy/controllers

Cellmans 60Amps:
https://em3ev.com/shop/18-fet-irfb4110- ... rrency=USD
This is same as a bomber controller.
Excellent options if not using the DC1.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by whitebomber » Mar 03 2018 6:53pm

I anyone running the new rims that come standard on the B-52 now? After the ride in the weekend my rear rim is history and i need a new one. Just not sure if I need to opt for the trials rim they offer given the rocky terrain we ride on, just worried about the extra weight.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Mar 03 2018 7:10pm

whitebomber wrote:
Mar 03 2018 6:53pm
I anyone running the new rims that come standard on the B-52 now? After the ride in the weekend my rear rim is history and i need a new one. Just not sure if I need to opt for the trials rim they offer given the rocky terrain we ride on, just worried about the extra weight.
Opt for the 19MC wheel/rim they offer, you wont regret it.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by whitebomber » Mar 03 2018 7:16pm

Rix wrote:
Mar 03 2018 7:10pm
whitebomber wrote:
Mar 03 2018 6:53pm
I anyone running the new rims that come standard on the B-52 now? After the ride in the weekend my rear rim is history and i need a new one. Just not sure if I need to opt for the trials rim they offer given the rocky terrain we ride on, just worried about the extra weight.
Opt for the 19MC wheel/rim they offer, you wont regret it.
Thanks Rix, as well as the trials tyre it comes with?

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Mar 03 2018 7:25pm

Yes, the trials tire that Stealth run on their 19MC rim conversions are or were the VeeRubber VRM308. I ran the VeeRubber VRM021 and when I rode Jacks Hurricane, it had the VRM308. The 308, even 50% worn, performed better than the VR021 brand new. That said, nothing beats the Shinko SR241, but its no available in all countries.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Theodore Voltaire » Mar 04 2018 2:58pm

I bet the genius mother f cker that owns this bike is handsome, and has all his hair.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Mar 04 2018 5:30pm

Damn TV, take a year off from posting anything on this thread and bam!!!!! hit us with a streamer pic. Shall we reignite the debate about how I think the Bomber is a great off road weapon and how you think its better suited for pavement? :lol:

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Theodore Voltaire » Mar 05 2018 1:25pm

Street riding the Stealth is a rather unique experience. Luckily I know someone else that has one, so at least I don't have to ride alone all the time. Riding it with anyone else's eBike is boring. They always claim it's going to be a gun fight, but then they show up with a dinky little derringer, and I look like an asshat that brought a piece of heavy field artillery. If I want to ride with my friends in Dallas it's better if I do it on one of my lowly Storms, which usually doesn't end up seeming all that lowly after they try keeping up with my 30ah for a couple hours.

Anymore, I mainly only use the Stealth for high speed, long range commuting in heavy traffic, which is really what I bought it for in the first place. The Stealth is the first bike I've ever owned that allows me to utilize any surface in my path, be it street, trail, sidewalk, alley, or your front yard, to best take advantage of the riding conditions in a very large, and congested city. It scares the shite out of most people just to think about it, but it's no more stressful that a goldfish swimming around his bowl to me. My Stealth is extremely good for this type of riding, but like most riding, it's usually a solo endeavor.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Mar 05 2018 10:44pm

but like most riding, it's usually a solo endeavor.
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Same here.
The Stealth is the first bike I've ever owned that allows me to utilize any surface in my path, be it street, trail, sidewalk, alley, or your front yard, to best take advantage of the riding conditions in a very large, and congested city.
Again same here. With throttle discipline and ghost pedaling, I can ride mine just about anywhere.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Munther » Mar 08 2018 12:18pm

help me out friends., i have a stealth F-37 ebike and i want to replace the large 24" tires with a smaller, say 20" ones. are they available and how can i lace the hub motor..!!

we can trade in / sell the stock Razorback 24" whees if possible

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Theodore Voltaire » Mar 08 2018 3:18pm

Munther wrote:
Mar 08 2018 12:18pm
help me out friends., i have a stealth F-37 ebike and i want to replace the large 24" tires with a smaller, say 20" ones. are they available and how can i lace the hub motor..!!

we can trade in / sell the stock Razorback 24" whees if possible
Good luck trying to lace a 20" rim to a stock motor.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Allex » Mar 08 2018 3:22pm

Boom!
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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Mattof37 » Mar 08 2018 3:35pm

HI , Alex

I here your the man for upgrades on the stealth bikes,
I brought a F37 in February and would like a bit more grunt acceleration but I would like to keep the DC1 computer display working??
Can you help me with this??


Thanks Matt

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Trelos » Mar 08 2018 10:25pm

Hey guys
Finally received my silent simwave controller with bluetooth , real time tracking sms/gps , voice monitoring etc
I ended up buying the 24 fet version 150a battery current , 300a phase from Power velocity.
Wow this controller coupled up to a Crystalyte Crown TC 100 running 24s lipo power is really quick and very quiet.
The app makes it so easy to change settings , @ 120 amps with 100 volts i can get the front wheel up
at 60 kph no problem. Acceleration is super smooth with the soft start setting and regain braking is adjustable too .
Cheers Cowardlyduck for the link to this controllers thread
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 31&t=75888
I wouldn't of bought it if you hadn't mentioned it! and thanks to all the other ES members for releasing valuable knowledge, my B52 build
wouldn't of come together with out this forum .
I can confidently recommend Powervelocity's Silent 24 fet controller , as long as your batt pack can deliver the goods setting the controller
to 120A at over 100v is a blast on a bomber and i find myself making any excuse to go dump my pack .
Next mod is 28s and titanium screw kit, carbon fibre parts, bigger better brakes etc
Wish there was a club or crew that raced these bad boys in South Oz.
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Stealth bomber ,PowerVelocity 24 fet ,17kw
Stealth fighter, 96v lipo

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Theodore Voltaire » Mar 09 2018 12:06am

That sounds nice, but who needs more power, what we need is more battery. More power just makes it worse.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Mar 09 2018 7:56am

More power just makes it worse.
Huh????? :?:

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by bigbore » Mar 09 2018 10:39am

Rix wrote:
Mar 09 2018 7:56am
More power just makes it worse.
Huh????? :?:
I need more power :mrgreen: .... so I've been studying the best copper bus bars solution to series connect my next battery made of 30Q cells 8)

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Theodore Voltaire » Mar 09 2018 10:42am

Rix wrote:
Mar 09 2018 7:56am
More power just makes it worse.
Huh????? :?:
Talkin about range. I'm all for more power, but the limiting factor is how big a battery will fit in the bike. Right now I feel like I have more power than battery.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » Mar 09 2018 9:34pm

Talkin about range. I'm all for more power, but the limiting factor is how big a battery will fit in the bike. Right now I feel like I have more power than battery.
Okay that makes sense TV. For a second there, I thought you were trying to bull$h!t your ole buddy Rix. 8)

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Trelos » Mar 09 2018 9:46pm

Theodore Voltaire wrote:
Mar 09 2018 12:06am
That sounds nice, but who needs more power, what we need is more battery. More power just makes it worse.
I like to have the power there incase i need it ! :lol:
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Stealth fighter, 96v lipo

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Athaneco » Mar 10 2018 11:29am

good day
I have a question. I recently got the new bomber with the dnm ups fork installed. I also own a bomber with a marz888 fork. In comparison i noticed 2 things. Overall performance of the ups fork is better off road, however i noticed more squeaky/cranky sounds from it and something strange . When i gain some speed and pull the "front brake Only" the bike pulls to the left. The front wheel momentarily leans towards the left (same side as the disk break) and it no longer is aligned vertically to the steering rod. I suppose this is normal is it?? or do i have to make some adjustment or to tighten something? Another difference i noticed is that the regen button produces less braking power, less than half, compared to the older model.

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