Anytime, let us know if things are better.
Yah no shit. It was taken with my crappy 1mxp flip phone camera. But don't worry, I jut ordered a new phone, its not a smart phone either. Infact its even older school than the flip phone, its a phone with the key pad on the outside, doesn't even flip.
Been following your battery build, but in never occurred to me you would have the longest range Fighter, But yah, you will.I will have the worlds largest capacity, longest range Fighter.
Wow what a good offer! I'd love it .... I'm on the other side of the pond but I live as close as you to the Mediterranean seaFL bomber wrote: ↑Dec 14, 2017 2:28 pmThought I'd throw this out there. Any stealth owners with battery building skills need a South Florida vacation?
Barter trade your skills for a couple of weeks in the Sun.
I'm half mile from Ocean.
Have other electric bikes to use. kayaks, surfboards,
BMX bikes with track 15 minutes away
Wife kid all welcome.
Reset it again and charge it up. What I think is going on is the battery maybe starting to get old, and when you whack the throttle, you end up bouncing off the BMS causing the shutdown. If this is the case, the two best solution are to turn down the current a little. If you have the DC1, bring the current down to 4500w, if you have the CA, bring your amps down to 50 or so. This should resolve the issue.
In addition to what EMX Trials said, I have ridden both the 2014 Zocks and the DNM Forks that Stealth uses. In stock trim, the DNM is a better fork. That said, if you want to send the Zock fork to a suspension specialist, it will come back to you better than a DNM. The stock Zocks, specifically the 888CR fork, has some serious stantion tube stiction issues, I don't know why that is.
Missed this earlier, nice pack Duck!Cowardlyduck wrote: ↑Dec 14, 2017 5:09 pmYeah, the DIY option certainly does require some skill and a whole lot of patience. It's taken me years of tinkering and learning to reach the point I'm at now with the confidence to do this. My build is coming along nicely btw. Although I probably only need 2 layers, I'm going with 3 layers of 0.15x7mm nickel to give the lowest possible resistance across the series links.
If someone is really keen I would be willing to consider making a pack like this for anyone based in Australia as I have all the tools/knowledge now. It would not be cheap, but would probably not be much more than a new stock Stealth pack, and gives double the capacity of a stock pack.