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Postby spinningmagnets » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:11 pm

Brilliant! I've thought in the past (based on other builders inputs) that the outrunner inside the geared hubs was a great size for BB-drive. I haven't had the time or money to play with one, and based on the pics you've posted, you are just the builder for the job!

One of the reasons this is a great idea is that the cell_man MAC geared hubs can be had in 5 different Kv's.

edit: heres the ES list of geared hubs viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4892

MAC
8FUN Bafang
BMC
Fusin
Tongxin
Ananda/Cute Q128
MXUS
eZee
Golden Motor MBG36
Edited by spinningmagnets on Sat Dec 22, 2012 10:53 pm.
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Postby spinningmagnets » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:11 pm

Brilliant! I've thought in the past (based on other builders inputs) that the outrunner inside the geared hubs was a great size for BB-drive. I haven't had the time or money to play with one, and based on the pics you've posted, you are just the builder for the job!

One of the reasons this is a great idea is that the cell_man MAC geared hubs can be had in 5 different Kv's.
Edited by spinningmagnets on Sat Dec 22, 2012 9:30 pm.
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Original post: Re: Converting a hubmotor to a middrivemotor

Postby spinningmagnets » Sun Nov 04, 2012 9:11 pm

Brilliant! I've thought in the past (based on other builders inputs) that the outrunner inside the geared hubs was a great size for BB-drive. I haven't had the time or money to play with one, and based on the pics you've posted, you are just the builder for the job!

One of the reasons this is a great idea is that the cell_man MAC geared hubs can be had in 5 different kV's.
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