E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

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Post by 1abv » Jul 09 2020 4:02pm

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swim swim..

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » Jul 09 2020 7:44pm

1abv wrote:
Jul 09 2020 4:02pm
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swim swim..
What place is this 1abv?

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Post by 1abv » Jul 09 2020 8:00pm

its in so cal.. Castiac lake. fun spot..

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Post by Rix » Jul 10 2020 10:07pm

Theodore Voltaire wrote:
Jul 09 2020 7:44pm
1abv wrote:
Jul 09 2020 4:02pm
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swim swim..
What place is this 1abv?
That looks like some great riding.

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Post by 1abv » Jul 10 2020 10:32pm

Sure is purdy there...

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Post by 1abv » Jul 11 2020 8:39pm

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Waterfall... Hendrix...yeaaaa

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Post by KarlJ » Jul 12 2020 1:03am

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Fun ride today, being a mainly road use machine for me , still has the road rubber, not so great in the mud but managed to stay upright

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » Jul 12 2020 9:25am

I twisted a knob on my fancy forks, and I liked it.

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Post by 1abv » Jul 13 2020 4:27pm

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Man that rear tire looks meaty from this angle...

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Post by Rix » Jul 14 2020 5:21pm

nice pics!
@1ABV, yes it does look meaty.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Ben Purdy » Jul 15 2020 9:03am

I’m having trouble charging my battery I bought a new charger but im still unable to charge my b52 it has a small amount of charge 0% but still turns on I have checked power is coming from the charger and the battery just it won’t charge anyone have any ideas or advice?


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Post by Rix » Jul 15 2020 12:48pm

Ben Purdy wrote:
Jul 15 2020 9:03am
I’m having trouble charging my battery I bought a new charger but im still unable to charge my b52 it has a small amount of charge 0% but still turns on I have checked power is coming from the charger and the battery just it won’t charge anyone have any ideas or advice?


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Check the inside portion of your XLR plug port on the Bomber, see if the plastic is melted around it. If thats the case, You will need to either replace the XLR. This happened to me, and I ended up getting rid of the XLR and converted the charger and battery charger wire to Anderson XT 6mm bullet plugs, they are identical in size to the phase wire connectors on the motor and controller. If you go this route, remember to use the female connectors on the bike, and the male connector on the charger.

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Post by 1abv » Jul 15 2020 1:34pm

Could be a few things..
Like rix said check the xlr port, use a multimeter and check for continuity.. move the wires around when your doing this. Mine went out and you couldn’t see any issues from the outside..
Have you checked the charger? Hook it up to a multimeter check for output if it’s not reading it may need a draw to read. Mine didn’t need a draw I could read The output.
If all that checks out test the battery w a meter.
And finally you many need to “jumpstart” the battery. if it’s too low to take a charge the bms may be trying to protect it. Or you may have a bad bms. Jump starting can be dangerous.. if your not comfortable take it to a shop.

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Post by Ben Purdy » Jul 16 2020 11:11am

I have checked there is power coming from everything I think it’s going to me the battery needs a jump but I’m not sure what to use to do it?


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Post by 1abv » Jul 16 2020 5:47pm

Check out this article..

https://electricscootering.com/electric ... -problems/

Not being there with battery of course this is a guess but the article may be helpful.

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Post by \ (•◡•) / » Jul 19 2020 10:41am

I'm the owner of a stealth FUTR bike, I know it's not exactly a "Stealth bike" but I have a new youtube channel about my 17kw bike, there is plenty of action and fast riding showcased, check it out if you can :wink:

Well, It’s been well over a year in the making, with countless hours filming and editing, finally here is the first video showcasing my bike,
In the end I finished with only 8 minutes of video, however now that I have Made a YouTube channel I will likely be uploading frequently, mostly with shorter clips and more vlog style videos (still need to make a walk around video), so please subscribe if you can. There will be more :)

enjoy, and let me know what you think,
ps. sorry the speedo and stuff on my phone is hard to see, youtube compression killed the quality :roll:

https://youtu.be/8O7Ect8Duh4

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Post by 1abv » Jul 19 2020 12:21pm

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Summer sunset....

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Post by Rix » Jul 22 2020 11:30pm

\ (•◡•) / wrote:
Jul 19 2020 10:41am
I'm the owner of a stealth FUTR bike, I know it's not exactly a "Stealth bike" but I have a new youtube channel about my 17kw bike, there is plenty of action and fast riding showcased, check it out if you can :wink:

Well, It’s been well over a year in the making, with countless hours filming and editing, finally here is the first video showcasing my bike,
In the end I finished with only 8 minutes of video, however now that I have Made a YouTube channel I will likely be uploading frequently, mostly with shorter clips and more vlog style videos (still need to make a walk around video), so please subscribe if you can. There will be more :)

enjoy, and let me know what you think,
ps. sorry the speedo and stuff on my phone is hard to see, youtube compression killed the quality :roll:

https://youtu.be/8O7Ect8Duh4
Just watched your video. WOW!!! you have done so much work to your alpha, The hamershmidt, the custom axle blocks for adjusting the chain. Is that a white industry freewheel?, Your build is top notch, so is the battery. Your bike rips, acceleration is phenomenal. It is one of the nicest Alphas I have seen.

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Post by \ (•◡•) / » Jul 23 2020 9:36am

Rix wrote:
Jul 22 2020 11:30pm
Just watched your video. WOW!!! you have done so much work to your alpha, The hamershmidt, the custom axle blocks for adjusting the chain. Is that a white industry freewheel?, Your build is top notch, so is the battery. Your bike rips, acceleration is phenomenal. It is one of the nicest Alphas I have seen.
Thanks Rix, sadly not a white industry freewheel, although I did actually look at them originally, the freewheel is a generic one but is actually very tight and has been good so far,

Glad to here your feedback, the bike was defiantly ALOT of work, but good fun is always had when riding it.

here are some pics of the torque arms I designed, they're preety similar to a bomber setup in the way that the chain is pulled, but mount differently.

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(The above pic was before it was drilled, so that tab at the top was drilled out then the dropout security bolt goes through it)
the torque arms are made from one solid piece for strength

I'm still loving the bike after I believe 1 year already :)

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Post by Rix » Jul 23 2020 9:57pm

\ (•◡•) / wrote:
Jul 23 2020 9:36am
Rix wrote:
Jul 22 2020 11:30pm
Just watched your video. WOW!!! you have done so much work to your alpha, The hamershmidt, the custom axle blocks for adjusting the chain. Is that a white industry freewheel?, Your build is top notch, so is the battery. Your bike rips, acceleration is phenomenal. It is one of the nicest Alphas I have seen.
Thanks Rix, sadly not a white industry freewheel, although I did actually look at them originally, the freewheel is a generic one but is actually very tight and has been good so far,

Glad to here your feedback, the bike was defiantly ALOT of work, but good fun is always had when riding it.

here are some pics of the torque arms I designed, they're preety similar to a bomber setup in the way that the chain is pulled, but mount differently.

Image
Image
(The above pic was before it was drilled, so that tab at the top was drilled out then the dropout security bolt goes through it)
the torque arms are made from one solid piece for strength

I'm still loving the bike after I believe 1 year already :)
Its apparent the work you put into it. Top notch. Hope to see pics and videos of future rides.

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » Jul 25 2020 12:18pm

Wildlife in Dallas

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Post by Rix » Jul 25 2020 11:48pm

Roadrunner?

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » Jul 25 2020 11:57pm

Rix wrote:
Jul 25 2020 11:48pm
Roadrunner?
I'm thinking Egret, but some people think it's a Blue Heron

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by selvator » Jul 27 2020 8:43pm

Hello gentleman. Just bought a new bomber from Stealth and looking for some tips. Bike is a blast as has the new 6200w motor but I'm a big guy, and a bit lazy, and want more power. I would also like longer range to keep up with my buddy and his custom build. I don't have the available brainpower to start getting into a heavy customization where I have to figure a lot out. I use the bike to blow off steam because after work I don't want to think anymore. So can I upgrade the battery and that's it? Do I need a new controller? I don't know where to start.

To summarize, I want more low end power, would be ok sacrificing top end speed, want to go farther on a charge and want it to not shit the bed. Fast, Cheap, Reliable... I know I only get two so I'll choose fast and reliable if given the choice.

Thank you!

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Post by Rix » Jul 27 2020 9:37pm

selvator wrote:
Jul 27 2020 8:43pm
Hello gentleman. Just bought a new bomber from Stealth and looking for some tips. Bike is a blast as has the new 6200w motor but I'm a big guy, and a bit lazy, and want more power. I would also like longer range to keep up with my buddy and his custom build. I don't have the available brainpower to start getting into a heavy customization where I have to figure a lot out. I use the bike to blow off steam because after work I don't want to think anymore. So can I upgrade the battery and that's it? Do I need a new controller? I don't know where to start.

To summarize, I want more low end power, would be ok sacrificing top end speed, want to go farther on a charge and want it to not shit the bed. Fast, Cheap, Reliable... I know I only get two so I'll choose fast and reliable if given the choice.

Thank you!
A motor with a higher turn/wind count would give you more oomph off the line at the price of loosing some top speed. And as you eluded too, a bigger battery would give you more range. Just going to a bigger battery will yield some performance as the volt sag would be less under load which translates into more peak KW :D

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