markz wrote:I had to laugh when I read this below, sorry. Its the first laugh of the day, so I am most likely easily amused.
It's always an interesting tidbit to know to 'muse' means 'to think, remember' and thus to be amused is to not think or remember
I want an at least 50mph speed out of this..
markz wrote:I hope you don't plan to go that speed in public, and only on the racetrack.
Well as a former race car driver, racers know.. if they race on the streets ... it should always be in areas that you can't really get caught + late a night around factory strips which are not frequented by traffic of course, and if you do, really good to know how to get around such 'pubic legalities' which are not laws but legalities. You should really check out the 3 links i left for the other users on this thread, since the information is considered quite dangerous to the policy enforcers who are agents of the Roman London Crown courts of the western world especially and gov't especially when men and woman finally start comprehending how they can get out of such corrupted pseudo-laws and tickets by the policy enforcers LAWFULLY
since there's a big difference with something being "Lawful" and "Legal" in the very corrupted court system we are in these days. Once one starts to learn this most important information of the physical realm which decides life daily in 1st world nations, once one comprehends the depth of how deep this immense global fraud is, speeding in public doesn't scare you anymore because you know how to get off the ticket all by knowing what happened in 1933 and how to counter it.
markz wrote:I haven't been in Toronto in 40 years, I am in Calgary AB. Your ride looks cool. It might break the laws on whats a "bicycle",
Well..these are not really laws you reference, rather legalities (statutes, codes etc) imposed via corrupted politicians, that do not have the weight of laws but more 'statutes' and thus if one knows much about Roman Civil Law, Common Law, Admiralty/Maritime Law, Contract Law etc.. they become quite empowered and it's much harder for the authorities to ticket you on something if they know that you already know about 1933, arguably the biggest fraud perpetrated on Canadian, American, and 52+ other nations at least that operate on the same system etc.. you should check out this link --> http://www.gemworld.com/EdMandellHouse.htm
and the 3 prior links posted in the last week or so.. to see why much of what you e-cycle guys are worried about, becomes nothing to really worry about when you understand the depth of the 'legal' scam we are under and how to exercise your true rights as a living man of spirit/soul and flesh and blood under Common Law. Also, obviously it's not a BI-cycle (2 wheeled pedal-cycle as you know) and nor is it a TRI-cycle (3 wheel of course) but a quadcycle (4 wheels) and i've already ridden it on the streets of Toronto and policy enforcers didn't say anything to me when i was on the road. It might also be because of a wheelchair in the back of my quadcycle when i was riding it.
markz wrote:so I would look that up. Its better to know yourself then be a victim of power tripping donut eating authorities.
Hence why you should REALLY check out the links i've shared.. the policy enforcers are not as powerful as people imagine them to be once they comprehend the scope of what i shared in the links to see how and why we as males and females of a mature age, in such nations can get the authorities to come under OUR jurisdiction, not theirs;
(meet your strawman, an introductory mindblow to how anyone with a birth certificate and a SSN/SIN number is property of the state and how to fight back).
markz wrote:I've learned how to build an ebike by joining this forum and spending hours and hours reading.
Not everyone has such time to do that as they'd like when they are in a ambulatory lifestyle and have limited ability to build their own AND dealing with many more important things as part of that disability. I am trying nonetheless to learn as much as i can, to see what i can do on my own but not all of us are technically inclined or dexterity inclined in such ways after an injury and would prefer to pay someone a decent wage to do the work for us. If you know any.. share please.
markz wrote:Its all quite simple really, but there is a ton of information.
I know it can be simple for those inclined and skilled in such areas of life but not all of us have time to go through the ton of information though we are still very appreciative it is here to learn from, but there are those of us who prefer to ask questions to save time and learn faster (of course which does still require reading a bunch) rather than using time we don't have to scour through volumes of text to learn the really technical stuff that is quite daunting for us folk.
markz wrote:I am like you, I did not go for some "normal" ride, like maybe a 500W or 750W or 1000W setup, I dove into the 3000W MXUS motor, and I am glad I did. Not for speed, but for pure hill climbing power.
Well we are alike in this sense, but i also like climbing power too considering where i live in Toronto is quite 'hilly' and because it's my arms doing the pedaling and not my legs. The man upstairs didn't create your arms to do what legs do, hence why i want serious power to compensate for that reality. Being one who used to race my bmw on and off track an ride motorbikes, go carts etc, so i was heavily into heavily modified cars etc and thus.. it's understood, "GO BIG or GO HOME", in other words I'm the type that desires to do the job right the first time for what performance is desired, or do not do it all since putting in lukewarm / half-donkeyass job is for those who are fence sitters and only wastes more time, money, energy and causes more unneeded waste of energy and frustration.
markz wrote:I personally dont see the fascination with speed, maybe its my old age.
Well hopefully you can grasp somewhat as an older man, that when one ends up in a wheelchair by no fault of their own via tragically traumatic circumstances, life becomes very very difficult just to do simple things compared to how easy it was before to get those simple things done when you could do much more of it on your own w/o needing assistance as an able-bodied type. Thus you quickly begin to seriously miss the former life in many ways which was full of the mobility ability to go where you need to go when you need to go and you weren't necessarily stopped by such simple obstacles usually because being able-bodied helps conquer such things. Whereas when people become wheelchair bound, such people will indeed miss greatly that Creator given ability to have autonomous ability to not be defeated by a simple curb to get into a store where as an able-bodied man or woman, all they have to do is step up the curb because they have legs that work, but if they are in a wheelchair and there is no wheelchair entrance, well it seriously is insanely angering because they can't get up a simple curb (which is most of the time because it's too high to skillfully go up by yourself in a wheelchair)
because they do not have working legs to do so that can simply step up and over it like an able-bodied man or woman, and thus the wheelchair user has to go find another store they can get into that offers the same things the man or woman was requiring/wanting which is insanely unequal treatment and mind-screwing inconvenient, immensely frustrating, categorically sub-man treatment of those who are disabled. So of course, if one could do much more before their injury like go fast on things to experience such a enjoyable excitement rush in such activities instead of being regulated to the super slow lane in life having to depend on others much more to get certain things done that you didn't need such assistance with before, of course wanting a fast quadcycle would help recapture some of that former able-bodied lifestyle stress-relieving excitement. Thus when one ends up disabled, things "slow down" quite a bit ...life starts to become very not enjoyable a lot of the time because you're now in a world of able-bodied people built for able-bodied people, not disabled people, which introduces immense challenges most of the time that is not even a passing thought to an able-bodied man or woman because they are not disabled and have to deal with all these additional daily obstacles. Naturally most of the able-bodied people have no clue how good they have it because in western societies especially, we are not taught to really compassionately consider the plight of the disabled but a minority of times, which because of this, is why there is so little well-designed/well engineered alternative mobility device support for the disabled in North America versus Europe + Asia + South America etc, where the people of such nations actually consider the plight of the disabled much more daily than in socialist America and Canada and thus non North Americans build alternative mobility custom devices that are usually amazing while what north america offers most of the time is the outward evidence that when nations become so successful in world via imperialistic domination, they will become proud, arrogant, vain, haughty, self-seeking, selfish, self-interested, self-pleasing, narcissistic etc, so thinking about designing, engineering, building alternative mobility devices for the disabled for a honourable decent price that are actually desirable for the disabled to increase their mobility/freedom of independent movement, is not really something many north americans care about, because they've become quite selfish.
SO again one learns quickly how unbearably insane it is to be in such a position because of the many new obstacles one now faces being disabled + the little support there is to have available a selection of alternative mobility devices that provide much more 'independent freedom' with a high enjoyment factor thereby losing much of that former lifestyle's blessing privilege to experience such happy enjoyable things that you could when you weren't in a wheelchair, thus you always seek to regain some type of those really enjoyable experiences in life again since being in a power-electric chair and/or a manual wheelchair just doesn't come close at all to give you back that 'enjoyment' factor, you become quite useless and limited in the what you are able to do compared to do before, hence dis-abled. There just aren't the right words to articulate that after being in such a 'restricted slow' mobility device for a while where life tends to be very undesirable with how much you are unable to do compared to what you could do before the life changing injury, you just want to be able to once again re-experience that amazing freedom of excitement and feeling of being in control of your own mobility while going fast and feeling the wind on your face and have that ear to ear smile of excitement that one gets when experiencing such a rush in a enjoyable car, motorbike or any other vehicle whether it's gas powered, or electric powered, man powered or vegetable powered. You miss the ease of that fun-factor you could experience before which now becomes much more filled with insane obstacles that you didn't even consider when able-bodied. Quite a humbling stone cold new reality. So the desire (not fascination) w/ speed (and power of course) in this case has more to do with wanting to regain some of those really enjoyable exciting moments in the former life + having a way to avoid having to spend money on a car/truck/motorbike as a daily driver and all the maintenance, insurance fees (since the insurance companies are actually unlawfully operating on massive fraud) when one had much more control over such situations rather than be restricted and trapped in a prison that most able bodied people partially innocently and partially willfully, don't see.
markz wrote:Going anything over 50 or 60kph for me is crazy on a bicycle.
Not to guys who used to do 150mph or more on closed off streets, racing for street run, at night so you don't harm anyone or late night runs whether it was in a car, truck or motorbike or some custom speed vehicle which you can't these like you could before.
markz wrote:And you want to go 50mph, so lets say thats 90kph on a bicycle. Might as well buy a gas powered quad.
I don't see how a gas motor could achieve the same performance, but from what i know, no point for a gas powered quad unless you can find a gas motor that performs as efficiently and as powerfully as an electric version, and that ALSO has the power base of an electric. Because gas powered vehicles, especially when you get into racing cars on track and off track, you seek amazing acceleration performance (torque) and top end performance (horsepower) and this starts to cost quite a bit to achieve such performance and soon enough you start to see how true it is that building such motors for cars & trucks (not really that expensive for motorbikes compared to cars and trucks) that are for on and off track racing, it soon becomes quite obvious how much of an insane money-pit such cars/trucks become to upgrade them hence why cars/trucks are known as money pits, for you have to spend so much more money on a gas motor to achieve the performance acceleration and top end you could get with electric powered vehicles spending less money in comparison. Here's one prime example;
http://futurism.com/electric-genovation ... ed-record/
If you were to build this corvette based on gas and/or race gas and not electric, it would have cost quite a bit more since with a oil/gas setup, all sorts of extra issues are introduced when wanting such power gains which as a result of course cause R&D issues that occur constantly which increases operating costs the more you mode and the price/labor to fix such a gas powered modified car/truck vs electric sure, i'm not stating batteries are cheap, but it's still amazing how with electric you don't have to spend as much money to get better performance gains then oil/gas cars that you have to spend some good money to get those vehicles moving really fast which costs quite a bit more to do so. With electric, clearly there is 'less' to go wrong with though of course stuff can go wrong, but you don't incur HALF of the issues you can with a oil/gas powered setup because when something goes wrong on the electric version, it's not has hard to figure out and not as labor intensive and expensive to fix versus oil/gas vehicle. There are less problems that can occur with an electric setup compared to the oil/gas and with electric, there's not any real major 'labor' repair involved compared to when you have a 7 second quarter mile street car and you blow the motor, and you have spend THOUSANDS to rebuild + get new forged pistons, rings, seats, seals, gaskets, valves, rods etc that cost SO MUCH compared to what would have to be done and spent on an electric to bring it back to 'running' mode.
So i would have to disagree that building a gas powered quad is the better option, i'm not into gas fumes anymore, dirty hands, working with cancerous oil/gas etc when from what i know in life, a gas powered option would require much more money spent to equal the type of acceleration performance and power performance while cruising at different speeds you can get with electric spending much less, unless of course.. you know of gas motors that would cost around the same money as the electric setup and can ALSO can perform like a 50mph electric motor setup with the same power range, efficiency etc. I am not aware of any gas motors in the same price range of an electric setup, that can perform like a 50mph electric setup that reproduces that same amazing torque and power to spin tires while you are still moving at about 20mph or more etc. To get the same effect and performance w/ a gas motor, you'd have to spend much more than the electric setup from what i know in my experience level with racing cars etc. Plus.. electric cars were the first cars in the late 1800s not gas, and if Mr. Maybach, Mr. Daimler and Mr. Mercedes etc didn't get their way as they did and if they weren't so insanely megalomaniacally diabolically greedy seeking to control the whole world in the late 1800s through the major polluting oil industry they were beginning of which they were the oligarchs of, which is when the industrial age really started with their gas/oil polluting global business, plausibly there would have never been the reality of the crushing of the original german electric car makers and today our infrastructure wouldn't be ROCKEFELLER OIL infrastructure, it'd actually be much more developed in the electric area and 'electric vehicle' infrastructure since electric is much cleaner, much more able to not harm the environment when the battery chemistries are cleverly built and a much wiser way to transport people when we live in an electric universe (See Nikolai Tesla), instead of pumping oil out of the ground where it belongs and being one of the main reasons why so much pollution in our world exists because of the petro-chemical mafia industry. Don't get me wrong, i don't hate gas, but it sure would have been quite an amazing reality today if the original electric car makers would have been allowed to carry on, and the oil/gas industry never started.
markz wrote:But to each their own. Wish you the best!
Thanks, much appreciated, you sentiments are well received. Good thing you didn't wish me "Good Lucifer" ["Good Luck".. since "LUCK" is the derivative of "LUCIFER" and it's basically cursing someone for bad things to happen, not good].