Now this is something I like
We have built an e-basman and the frame geometry is a blast to drive and looks... well IT WORKS
A few things on this though:
- The seatpost is very special, don't know if you have take a closer look. Any other type of seatpost won't work and/or look awful.
- The original frame is for nearly all human a bit too long. If you are able to shortened it for 5-6cm you'll be more than happy with it. 346 builded a shorter version for a reason
(forget this is you're 2 meters high ^^)
- The baseman is delivered with a BMX crank system. That's... not that cool actually. It's quite a problem to get a front sprocket which will allows you to pedal at more than 35-37Km/h, the crank arm are shorter! otherwise they will get the ground on any turns ^^ (with the standard 14th on the Mac)
- We have mounted a 160mm inverted fork on it and in order to keep a good looking bike we had to drop it from 5-6cm in the front. If you don't, your bike will have this weird looking effect of a too long and too high front fork
Most of basman users use maximum 110mm in order to keep the look steady
That's all I can remember yet ^^ If you need some dimensions or anything concerning the frame.. just ask me
Here a picture of our build before the "fuel tank covers"