Vector bike and frame owners.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Jun 13 2016 5:38am

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by gabriel83 » Jun 19 2016 3:46pm

A Vector in Spain!

Very happy with my first ebuild and I would like to thank Vector team for their continuous support to this project!

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Cheers!

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Sean9002 » Jun 19 2016 6:21pm

The dorado's give a nice head angle! :D
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by litespeed » Jun 19 2016 6:41pm

Looks good in knobbies!

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Jun 23 2016 2:31am

Swing Arm for a fat bike - 250$

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by gabriel83 » Jun 27 2016 6:48am

^^thx for the comments

Lot of fun, im really enjoying the bike!

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by scrambler » Jun 27 2016 12:38pm

Nice pictures and bike!

it looks like you are using a single gear sprocket at the back, so is there a reason why are you using a chain tensioner ?
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by maxRpm » Jun 27 2016 12:56pm

Have you rode your bike through rough terrain big rocks drops? is the rear spoke holding up? I keep breaking spoke on 19inch moto with 12ga spoke. Was thinking of going to 10 GA. But not sure.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by macribs » Jun 27 2016 5:14pm

Artur wrote:Swing Arm for a fat bike - 250$

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Could you post higher res pics pls? A little hard to see and read the measures.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Jun 29 2016 2:43am

macribs wrote:
Artur wrote:Swing Arm for a fat bike - 250$

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Could you post higher res pics pls? A little hard to see and read the measures.
press on a picture, you are able to see original

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by macribs » Jun 29 2016 4:40am

Well I saw in your previous post that the image was linked to a bigger one, but still the bigger one is hard to read measurements.
And to see actual size is important for to decide rim size and tire options with your new fattie swing arm.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by scrambler » Jun 29 2016 2:47pm

macribs wrote:Well I saw in your previous post that the image was linked to a bigger one, but still the bigger one is hard to read measurements.
And to see actual size is important for to decide rim size and tire options with your new fattie swing arm.
I loaded the image in sketchup and reverse engineered the sizes.
There is a little bit of optical distortion, but I think they should be within 1mm of reality. Let me know if you want me to extract more dimensions :)

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by macribs » Jun 29 2016 4:04pm

@scrambler, NICE! :!:

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Kkozi » Jul 07 2016 12:45pm

Hi everyone,

I have my bike assembled around a month and it's joy to ride it. The feeling is special.

I would like to ask you who has Adaptto and QS motor 205 v3 for settings the angles etc. I'm still on autodetect and the bike runs well but if you are experienced with this motor I would like to know the settings and tweaks.

Everythings seems good and the only problem is overheating of the controller. In uphills the temperature goes over 70 degrees and the controller limit the power to zero. I have the controller inside and gonna try to put some heatsinks on it. But,,maybe some settings will get it better.

I have the motor from the Vector.
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Routybouty » Jul 07 2016 9:18pm

Kkozi - Clean looking bike!!

Here are my settings for a 4T:
Angle corr + .20
Ind timing 654uS
PWR timing +1.77
OVS 003

I added a heatsink to mine since it's inside the chassis as well, never had any overheating problems even at 40-45mph for over 10 miles.
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Relanium » Jul 08 2016 1:30am

I like the covers, where did you get them?

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by macribs » Jul 08 2016 2:03am

Nice bike khozi. Looking great.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Kkozi » Jul 08 2016 2:50am

Routybouty wrote:Kkozi - Clean looking bike!!

Here are my settings for a 4T:
Angle corr + .20
Ind timing 654uS
PWR timing +1.77
OVS 003

I added a heatsink to mine since it's inside the chassis as well, never had any overheating problems even at 40-45mph for over 10 miles.
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Thank you for the settings, I will try that.
I have no problem running over 80 km/h for a few kilometers and the temeperature rises to 65 degrees, its ok but if I go uphill, it easily goes over 70.

Could you please send me a photo of the heatsinks you have on the controller? Thank youuuu.


The sidecovers are from Vector. They call it CONVEX sidecovers. They make the frame wider so I was able to put 10 Multistar 16000 mAh 4s packs and the Adaptto midi-e inside the frame.

The wheels and tyres are from novakola.cz

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by smacky » Jul 08 2016 3:02am

Kkozi wrote:
Thank you for the settings, I will try that.
I have no problem running over 80 km/h for a few kilometers and the temeperature rises to 65 degrees, its ok but if I go uphill, it easily goes over 70.

Could you please send me a photo of the heatsinks you have on the controller? Thank youuuu.


The sidecovers are from Vector. They call it CONVEX sidecovers. They make the frame wider so I was able to put 10 Multistar 16000 mAh 4s packs and the Adaptto midi-e inside the frame.

The wheels and tyres are from novakola.cz
70 degrees dosen't sound like all that much. how much power are you using. ?
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Jul 08 2016 4:39am

Artur sells them since a moth. They are good for bigger battery's. Up to 4kWh.

But you can cover up to ~14 Multistars (16Ah 4s 2p) already Inside with the normal ones.
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by DasDouble » Jul 08 2016 4:52am

Guys I have following problem: I have set my Controller Max E up for about 50 Ampere. The max speed is programmed to 80 kmph. But still the power which comes continuously out of the controller is only 800-1000 Watts and my max speed never goes over 46kmph. My statistics say that the max Watts where 3,5kW which is correct. But I don't get it why the controller always only spends 800-1000 Watts to the motor, which is the reason for my second problem, that I never reach higher speeds then 46kmph.
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Jul 08 2016 5:10am

DasDouble wrote:Guys I have following problem: I have set my Controller Max E up for about 50 Ampere. The max speed is programmed to 80 kmph. But still the power which comes continuously out of the controller is only 800-1000 Watts and my max speed never goes over 46kmph. My statistics say that the max Watts where 3,5kW which is correct. But I don't get it why the controller always only spends 800-1000 Watts to the motor, which is the reason for my second problem, that I never reach higher speeds then 46kmph.
99% wrong settings.. make a video and we will help

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Kkozi » Jul 08 2016 10:10am

smacky wrote:
Kkozi wrote:
Thank you for the settings, I will try that.
I have no problem running over 80 km/h for a few kilometers and the temeperature rises to 65 degrees, its ok but if I go uphill, it easily goes over 70.

Could you please send me a photo of the heatsinks you have on the controller? Thank youuuu.


The sidecovers are from Vector. They call it CONVEX sidecovers. They make the frame wider so I was able to put 10 Multistar 16000 mAh 4s packs and the Adaptto midi-e inside the frame.

The wheels and tyres are from novakola.cz
70 degrees dosen't sound like all that much. how much power are you using. ?
It's temperature of mosfets. Motor temperature is okay all the time.

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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Post by Artur » Jul 08 2016 12:18pm

Kkozi wrote:
smacky wrote:
Kkozi wrote:
Thank you for the settings, I will try that.
I have no problem running over 80 km/h for a few kilometers and the temeperature rises to 65 degrees, its ok but if I go uphill, it easily goes over 70.

Could you please send me a photo of the heatsinks you have on the controller? Thank youuuu.


The sidecovers are from Vector. They call it CONVEX sidecovers. They make the frame wider so I was able to put 10 Multistar 16000 mAh 4s packs and the Adaptto midi-e inside the frame.

The wheels and tyres are from novakola.cz
70 degrees dosen't sound like all that much. how much power are you using. ?
It's temperature of mosfets. Motor temperature is okay all the time.
I have oposite. . Perhaps because controller under the frame and cooled down with airflow. Will drill a side covers on a motor.

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