Garage Sale: Dune Buggy, BMC, x5403, Fairing, Moped Motor Mount, MORE

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Garage Sale: Dune Buggy, BMC, x5403, Fairing, Moped Motor Mount, MORE

Post by oatnet » Nov 18 2019 2:58pm

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Keep checking back, I'm freeing up storage, I'll be adding pictures of more treasures I find!

-BMC Motor laced to Alex DX-32 rim -- $150
-Motobecane Moped Motor mount for Etek/mars -- $75
-ZZipper model ZZ-ATB06 Mountain bike fairing -- $125
-"Farfle" heavy-duty rear swing-arm for the Genesis v2100 -- $165
-SKS Chainguard --$10
-FAST Street-Legal Electric Dune Buggy -- $9k

-Fox DHX RC4 Shock -- SOLD
-Disk and Side Cover for Crystalyte 53xx -- SOLD
-Shimano Acera MD-390 deralliur SOLD
-X10 Home Automation (lot) SOLD
-Dewalt/a123 packs -- FREE SOLD
-*MINT* Crystalyte x5403 Wheelset SOLD

Domestic USA only, buyer pays shipping/paypal, Local Pickup available.

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$150 I sent this motor to Ilia of ebikes_sf to repair phase wires I melted during extreme hill testing, and to be laced into a durable Alex DX-32 rim. I finished the build with a different BMC motor and set this one aside as a "backup" after Ilia repaired it. It's been in the box ever since, so I believe it works but cannot verify it. The motor/clutch had <10 miles on it at the time of the repair, and the fresh relace is beautiful.

Comes with (2) FREE BMC-specific controllers - first an original BMC 50a controller that stopped working after I installed (miswired?) a cycleanalyst connector - the good news is no smoke, just no throttle. Second is a Kelly controller that worked, but I remember being disappointed with it for some reason.
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$75 Motebecane Moped motor mount for an eTek/MARS and asst parts. I bought this from user "northernmike" when he parted out his fast "Electrobecane" (1973 Motobecane 40T) build. It includes 4 pullys, drivebelt, drivechain, motorcycle sized brake levers (one with cutoff sensor) and assorted parts/brake cables.
Here is one of his posts with it in action:

https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=11442
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$125 This is a ZZipper fairing (including EZ handlebar mounting system) for mountain bikes. It extends range by reducing drag, plus reduces eye hazards like blown sand or tearing up from wind. Everything is unused, unopened, and still sealed in the factory packaging. Zzipper charges almost $300 after tax and shipping. Here is a link to the manufacturer:
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$165 This is a genuine Farfle swing arm replacement for Genesis v2100 walmart bikeframe, new and still wrapped in the original shipping film. This one lets you put a heavy-duty motor on an inexpensive suspension frame without torque arms. When Farfle stopped making these others copied it, but this is the original durable design.
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Re: Oatnet Garage Sale

Post by oatnet » Nov 18 2019 3:08pm

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$10 New SKS Chainboard - 199mm up to 48t version chain guard. Protect yourself from your bike chain with this Easy-to-install chainguard. $10
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$9,000obo The Electric towdster is now for sale! It currently registered/insured in California as a 1970 SPCNS "special construction" title. It has a ball joint front end with Disk Brakes, and an IRS rear with drum brakes. The front wheels have unique custom fenders, and it has custom low mounts for the original taillights. Here is the build thread/blog:

https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?t=50717

The ADC FB1-4001a series electric motor puts a ridiculous amount of torque into a 1,000lb Towdster (it is intended for a 3,500lb vehicle). It can do burnouts off the line in any gear, and while rolling you can break the tires loose with a stomp of the throttle. So much torque, it took a KEP Stage 3 pressure plate to stop burning clutches.

The acceleration at 900amps was too violent for me so I dialed it down to a streetable 400amps, but crazy power is just the turn of a digital dial away. Comes with an 8+kw a123 LiFePO4 battery pack (42s3p 20ah Prisimatic cells) from (3) a123 Factory modules (a 28s3p and two 7s3p). Has a Zilla Z2K 2,000a controller like the one used in the "White Zombie" drag datsun.

In an extreme-duty range test (basically stopsign to stopsign with hard launches) the battery pack was good for 25 miles. More conservative driving with less stops should yield 50-75 miles. I mostly drive it to the beach and plug it in when I get home.

To reduce the number tire kickers, test rides are given to buyers who are serious enough to bring cash.
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Re: Garage Sale: Dune Buggy, BMC, x5403, Fairing, Moped Motor Mount, MORE

Post by 999zip999 » Nov 18 2019 7:14pm

I will take the batteries Please as I'm big fan of A123 I have four voltpheaked from the Day.

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Re: Garage Sale: Dune Buggy, BMC, x5403, Fairing, Moped Motor Mount, MORE

Post by SlowCo » Nov 19 2019 8:56am

That buggy is sooo cool! Wider grippier rear tires on it then dial in the 900 amps again and wheelies galore :twisted:

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Re: Garage Sale: Dune Buggy, BMC, x5403, Fairing, Moped Motor Mount, MORE

Post by oatnet » Nov 20 2019 10:32am

SlowCo wrote:
Nov 19 2019 8:56am
That buggy is sooo cool! Wider grippier rear tires on it then dial in the 900 amps again and wheelies galore :twisted:
Thanks SloCo!

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Post by alex12342011 » Nov 26 2019 1:34pm

Do you still have the batteries? I'm interested if they don't get picked up.
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Post by Trackman417 » Jan 04 2020 4:49pm

Dibs on the x5403 with matching rims :bigthumb: :bigthumb: :bigthumb:
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Post by alex12342011 » Jan 08 2020 2:03pm

Sent you a PM :)
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Post by oatnet » Jan 17 2020 5:40pm

Still a few things left bump!
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