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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 6:55am
by snejky
Maybe I'm not good in search, but I found only Singapore sticker solution. :(

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 8:02am
by Merlin
do you think with a 20kph sticker you havent any problems? :lol:

ride monsters like a man...if something goes wrong, handle it like a man ;D

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 8:10am
by snejky
It's the same like driving enduro without registration (absolute minority in Czech Republic) It's best to have plate in a backpack and real insurance. You never know what can happen to you or someone. It can ruin your and yours family life.

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 8:18am
by Merlin
Yea. Or maybe you get cancer and die early.

Riding those bikes is no problem if you care about how you ride.

10 years and never heard about an accident with insured pedestrians. (not even with any motorcycle)

If you like to have plates... Chose something what have plates ... Like surron /lmx

If you are afraid and maybe coming from pedelecforum.de
Stay away from big bikes....they are evil :mrgreen:

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 9:17am
by Artur
snejky wrote:
Jul 30 2019 6:55am
Maybe I'm not good in search, but I found only Singapore sticker solution. :(

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 11:07am
by snejky
Merlin wrote:
Jul 30 2019 8:18am
Yea. Or maybe you get cancer and die early.

Riding those bikes is no problem if you care about how you ride.

10 years and never heard about an accident with insured pedestrians. (not even with any motorcycle)

If you like to have plates... Chose something what have plates ... Like surron /lmx

If you are afraid and maybe coming from pedelecforum.de
Stay away from big bikes....they are evil :mrgreen:
Say that to mine 12kw DH and 20kw eeb adaptto :D . I'm just a father with big family. Riding bike isn't only about you and your riding style, it's about you and traffic around you.

Edit: thanks Arthur. Maybe is Vortex my future bike.

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 11:46am
by Merlin
true but when something nasty happen and you break someones neck, do you think the insurance will cover it when you are riding a 55kg monster that runs 3 or 4 times allowed speed?

probably no question if that scooter sticker will cover an accident while your scooter runs 32 and not 20....but with iam pretty sure this sticker is useless to our monster bikes.

+ theres a chance that you will get more problems because you have the fully knowledge about your bike and cheat on the insurance from first day.

keyword here is "intent" doing something.

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 12:19pm
by snejky
That's why I want to have legal monster with plate. Sticker can be just for police bills, nothing more. :D I think a only way is conversion of legal motorcycle to electric. It can be done in my country but it's reeeealy expensive to do that. (I mean government charges and attests)

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 1:49pm
by Merlin
a tuned surron kicks pretty everythings ass and price range is same as diy...but....its legal =)

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 2:04pm
by snejky
Yeah, ASI can unleash that monster. It's the way too. I don't like surrons noise, with ASI can be incredible, like air fighter sound :D . I like vortexs solution, but that's a really monster compared to enduro(typhon) and surron frame. It will be a difficult choice for next season.

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 30 2019 10:55pm
by Ososjohnny
Hey guys, I have a vector fat tire swingarm and am trying to upgrade the crankset from square taper to a cupped bottom bracket. I bought a Truvativ Howitzer setup and the crank arms hit the swing arm where it widens... any suggestions on what has worked for other owners? Ideas? Advice greatly appreciated!
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Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Jul 31 2019 12:52am
by Artur
Ososjohnny wrote:
Jul 30 2019 10:55pm
Hey guys, I have a vector fat tire swingarm and am trying to upgrade the crankset from square taper to a cupped bottom bracket. I bought a Truvativ Howitzer setup and the crank arms hit the swing arm where it widens... any suggestions on what has worked for other owners? Ideas? Advice greatly appreciated!

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On a photo it looks like 2-4mm , you can grind pedal there in a corner, should be no consequences. Or you can use another pedal with different shape, nowadays you can have hundreds options

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 05 2019 10:42pm
by John1deere
any plan on making a smaller rear sprocket or bigger front for vortex? i dont feel like modding everything to go higher voltage but could use a few more kmh

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 06 2019 1:01am
by Artur
How small sprocket you need?

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 06 2019 4:12am
by John1deere
Artur wrote:
Aug 06 2019 1:01am
How small sprocket you need?
the one i have now is 41. around 30 would be nice

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 06 2019 4:52am
by Artur
What motor, battery voltage and controller do you have. With 72v and our motor on 41t you should get around 90kmh on fully charged battery.

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 06 2019 7:33am
by John1deere
205 3t. It's a 8080h 700 amps Kelly controller. When I'm at 82v I get 80kph. At 65v I barely get to 60kph.

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 07 2019 6:17am
by Artur
you need to check your controller settings and limitations. on my kelly 7230s on 60T rear sprocket i get 55kmh GPS speed. so with 40t it should be 85kmh. you want 100kmh?

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 07 2019 7:05am
by John1deere
what i want is a smaller sprocket. is it available?

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 07 2019 7:07am
by Artur
This is what I am trying to figure out :-) how small sprocket you need ? 35t?

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 07 2019 7:14am
by John1deere
Artur wrote:
Aug 07 2019 7:07am
This is what I am trying to figure out :-) how small sprocket you need ? 35t?
John1deere wrote:
Aug 06 2019 4:12am
Artur wrote:
Aug 06 2019 1:01am
How small sprocket you need?
the one i have now is 41. around 30 would be nice

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 07 2019 9:13am
by Artur
The front one is 30t:-) but I can check how fast we can make 30t rear sprocket. Send me p.m. in 5 days. Thanks.

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 08 2019 7:45am
by DasDouble
I don´t think, that you can put the scooter sticker on any other vehicle then a scooter. My company works in this sector (we make such e-scooter) and everyone here says its not legal as you would need not only registration but also a test from german TÜV, which is actually the cost creating factor.

Edit: "Führerschein und Fahrzeugpapiere bitte ;) "

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 15 2019 12:48pm
by pucksterpete
I am having some stuttering problems when my voltage gets to 84V, 3.6v a cell, 60% left.
When giving it throttle the motor stutters/hesitates can't get top speed.
I am running a 100v 24s 15p Panasonic 18650PF Li-Ion pack bought from Artur.
I have my CA set for voltage cutoff at 77v 3.2v a cell
I don't thing the CA is taking over, but the BMS is stepping in to protect the cells.

What setting field would I be looking for within the parameters of the BMS to see what could be causing the problem?
Any ideas?
Thanks

Re: Vector bike and frame owners.

Posted: Aug 23 2019 4:26am
by Artur
what is your current parameters on your controller? is it over 100A battery current? we can increase upper limit on bms to 120A.