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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by maxRpm » Dec 17 2015 12:02pm

You just sold 10 more bikes with that awesome wall paper. :lol: by the way what lights do you have on there?

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 17 2015 1:05pm

maxRpm wrote:You just sold 10 more bikes with that awesome wall paper. :lol: by the way what lights do you have on there?
I will offer them soon for you guys :) crazy bright!

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Dec 17 2015 7:49pm

Artur wrote:
maxRpm wrote:You just sold 10 more bikes with that awesome wall paper. :lol: by the way what lights do you have on there?
I will offer them soon for you guys :) crazy bright!
Is it certified for EU? :)
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 18 2015 9:10am

DasDouble wrote:
Artur wrote:
maxRpm wrote:You just sold 10 more bikes with that awesome wall paper. :lol: by the way what lights do you have on there?
I will offer them soon for you guys :) crazy bright!
Is it certified for EU? :)
no :D it is 5 times brighter them one I have certified, but cost the same..

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Dec 18 2015 12:47pm

Artur wrote:
DasDouble wrote:Is it certified for EU? :)
no :D it is 5 times brighter them one I have certified, but cost the same..
:O And can you controll it like a certified one? Like turn on fog-light, normal light without blinding others etc etc?
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 18 2015 1:04pm

DasDouble wrote:
Artur wrote:
DasDouble wrote:Is it certified for EU? :)
no :D it is 5 times brighter them one I have certified, but cost the same..
:O And can you controll it like a certified one? Like turn on fog-light, normal light without blinding others etc etc?
I ride with this light in forest and parks, where I dont blind other drivers.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Dec 20 2015 5:40am

Awesome! How long do you need with your bike from 0-100 km/h? I guess something like 10 seconds..? :roll: :mrgreen:

I have tried myself on this to figure out the highest real speed I could get with 4kW motor.

P(Motor)=((A/2 x CW x D x v³)+(Cr x m x g x v)) x 1,11


P(Motor) = 4kW = 4000W = 4000
A = Stirnfläche des Objekts = face of the object = around 0,6m²
CW = Luftwiederstandswert = Air resistance = around 0,7
D = Dichte der Luft = Density of air = at 400 meters over the sea at 25 degree Celcius = 1,196 kg/m³
V = Geschwindigkeit = Speed = That´s what we want to calculate
CR = Rollwiederstandwert = Roll resistance = (downhill wheel with bad conditions) = 41 Watts
m = Masse = Weight of Rider and Bike together = (65kg + 44 kg bike) = around 110 kg.
g = Erdanziehung = gravity = 9,81
Verlustfaktor = Dissipation Factor = 1,11 at efficiency 89%.

RED COLORE = not real, surce on example motorcycle, google search motorcycle.
BlUE COLORE = personal value or just real data.
GREEN COLORE = differnt, not consistently data.

-When calculating it with your datas, you have to change the green marked data, and parts of the blue marked data.



4kW = ((0,6/2 x 0,7 x 1,196 x v³)+(41 x 110 x 9,81 x v)) x 1,11
4kW = (0,25116v³)+(44243,1v)) x 1,11
4kW = (0,25116v x 0,25116v x 0,25116v + 44243,1v) x 1,11
4kW = 4510,015938Vv x 1,11___________I /4510,015938
4000 / 4510,015938 = v x 1.11
0,8869148268 = v x 1,11_______________I / 1,11
0,7990223656 = v

=> 79,9 KM/H


Im just not shure if this means 79,9 km/h.
Tell me if you have something to add.
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 20 2015 8:35am

I think the max speed on 4kw should be around this speed.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Routybouty » Dec 22 2015 7:55pm

That Star Wars theme is amazing!

Artur,

Do you have any stickers/decals/vinyl with the Vector logos? I really want to add some to break up the giant white covers. At a minimum do you have a high quality image to send and maybe I can find a shop to cut some up?

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 22 2015 8:07pm

Here is our logo.
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by kiwiev » Dec 24 2015 1:23am

Here is the Old white Vector with new Mxus 19" moto rear and 24" front really looking forward to ride. :lol:


Cheers Kiwi
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Dec 24 2015 6:28am

kiwiev wrote:Here is the Old white Vector with new Mxus 19" moto rear and 24" front really looking forward to ride. :lol:


Cheers Kiwi
What do you mean with "old"? Do you have a new one? :mrgreen:
I was also thinking about some sidecovers with the Vectorlogo on it, just like on their webside. Would look a bit better with some filled sidescovers... :roll:

Can you already buy the sidecovers like this??? :roll: :)
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by macribs » Dec 24 2015 3:29pm

You can get graphic artists to make you anything you like for the sidevcovers, or do it yourself. Then stop at a print shop and have them print it on adhesive foil. It is like putting on a big sticker except you need to use a heat gun and a squeegee thingy.

Or do it professional at a specialist, they can also make any print you'd like on the foil wrap.


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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 25 2015 4:43pm

I will fly to Ukraine and develop the stickers option for vector side covers, so frame owners can customise the bike :)

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by kiwiev » Dec 26 2015 3:12am

Took the Vector for a hillclimb today with some mates on Quad bikes

the 19" moto and Mxus were awesome with the 24" front wheel

here is a video enjoy :D



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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 26 2015 4:04am

Nice ride! You have a real zoo there :)

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Dec 26 2015 5:31am

Artur wrote:I will fly to Ukraine and develop the stickers option for vector side covers, so frame owners can customise the bike :)
Great! :) :) :)

@kiwiev nice video! Love it how you just pass the others hahah :mrgreen:
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Dec 28 2015 7:41am

Artur what do you think about foot pegs for a passenger? I would love to ride with my girlfriend around town with feeling her safe on the bike... :)
Maybe the holder could go straight down from the motoseat just like on a motorcycle..

Foot pegs, monted on the seat of the motorcycle:
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 28 2015 8:27am

For the second person will be more comfortable to locate footpegs on a swingarm zone. Tested :)) I will talk about it with my guys.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by cwah » Dec 28 2015 8:36am

Easy way to add footpegs. Just use 2 plates on the dropout compressed by 2 bolts each on the swingarm.

I installed folding on my bike, here's the view folded:
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And extended:
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I need to do some test and carry passenger, but it seems to hold 70kg no problems.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Dec 28 2015 9:10am

We tested our moto seat with 2 people on top, tottal weight 180kg :D

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Dec 28 2015 11:55am

Yes the pegs on the dropout was also my First idea. But you don't have a stabile ride anymore when driving fast on a road with many bumps and holes in it. No motorcycle that I have ever seen has the foot pegs on an as moving area as the dropout. If the bike wouldn't have a rear suspension it would be no problem. So in my opinion the foot pegs have to be mounted somewhere on the bike where the passenger has a stabile ride.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by BoomerChomsi » Dec 28 2015 12:56pm

It is all about the controlling balance/cg! So rider is skills are also important!
I don't any problem installing foot pegs at dropouts...
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by macribs » Dec 28 2015 4:12pm

DasDouble wrote:Yes the pegs on the dropout was also my First idea. But you don't have a stabile ride anymore when driving fast on a road with many bumps and holes in it. No motorcycle that I have ever seen has the foot pegs on an as moving area as the dropout. If the bike wouldn't have a rear suspension it would be no problem. So in my opinion the foot pegs have to be mounted somewhere on the bike where the passenger has a stabile ride.

Cheers, Elias

Back in the days and then some it was custom to anchor passenger foot pegs onto the swing arm. And yes the swing arm moved up and down in bumps but it was really not a problem for the passenger. I am certain it would work for the rider as well. And for those of you who worries about 5-0 you could have foldable pegs as close mounted to crank arms as possible. Flip em down when feeling naughty or offroad.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by moonshine » Dec 29 2015 4:36am

out of curiosity...is everybody's ride a single speed? Anyone utilizing a full 3 or 7 speed cassette/freewheel? If so, post pics of your setup. I'm using a 7 speed freewheel for correct chain alignment but only using one speed.

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