teklektik wrote:Ch00paKabrA wrote:Here is the trick, for future reference.
Step 3: Spoon one bead onto the tire making sure that you END the spooning at the tire valve.
Hmmm - interesting technique.
What's the reasoning behind the tire valve requirement?
900steve wrote:looks really clean with no fenders!
Andje wrote:If I might say, if you ever head back there with a camera, if the bike was only facing the other way, it would REALLY emphasize the lefty shock and look that tad bit more amazing imho. I wish the open space was facing us!
Clearly you need to find a way to move the electric drive to the other side of the bike!
deepfraught wrote:I like the two-face nature of the bike...
Andje wrote:hmmm i appreciate you efforts but tbh now i think i was wrong, it's six of one; the motor is hidden now and that was equally cool looking. Methinks the ideal would be a photoshop of the front and rear halves each at their best
MattyCiii wrote:"After": Yeah, somewhere on the streets of Boston lies the missing piece of this mount...
Yeah. The bike ate the rear fender one day recently.
Carnage pix: "before" picture. Note that's 2mm thick plastic, designed to hold a 35lb monitor safely in place - Let's assume the designers did not anticipate the shock loads I subjected this thing to...
recumpence wrote:My trike was geared for 41mph with a single 3220 and it ran fine. I pulled 160 amps regularly (many times per day) without any problems.
Just gear it up and hang on!
You may find the accelleration will improve with taller gearing. It is counter-intuitive, but often that happens.
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