Good result. Are there any more efficiencies you can make to the bike?
Ewan at emax sent me a 48t chain-ring and a programming cable; I should get them after this weekend.
Also a twist throttle arrived today from bms battery. Item was $2.99, postage was $20 ;0)
Coincidentally on Australia day I had a Jayco team rider on my six drafting for a few kms. I had a bellyful of BBQ
and a pannier full of wine so didn't push it. I let him draft me into wind and up hills. He was a strong rider too.
I hit 69kmh downhill and he still vanished into the distance with a thumbs-up which was a sporting gesture.
Still, the system goes AOK. The mods I did to the bb axle has fixed the loosening problem. I simply dremelled
lines across the four chamfered faces where the crank attaches and the increased interference has helped.
Range is still outstanding; 80km is easy on a full-charge and that's in windy/ hilly conditions. No other problems.
If I had to be critical it's the abuse that the drive train cops with this system.
I'm building a carbon 29er hardtail that might prove to be a great platform for the BBS01 as well. I'll start another thread for that.
My 4000km Dillenger front hub is now doing time on my mate's bike and he loves it! He doesn't drive and his commute was via taxi at $20 a day.
I wonder when we should start charging for drafting roadies ;0)