izeman said:update on torque arms. did drawing in autocad and sent the .dxf to a nice guy who did laser cutting of stainless steel for $30 for all four
SamTexas said:izeman said:update on torque arms. did drawing in autocad and sent the .dxf to a nice guy who did laser cutting of stainless steel for for all four
That's extremely cheap, considering they're custom made.
Comment: I'm no mechanical engineer, but I can't help wondering if you really need 2 on each side. Looks to me 1 is more than sufficient.
Question: Why not have all four of them closed?
this surely is by far the most reliable solution, but in case of maintenance it's hard. even to unmount the rear tire it's not very practible with the cables attached. but ... i could solder cables to the motor, as i can detach the saddle bag, and will only have connectors for thumb throttle and battery.Whiplash said:If your setup is reliable, simply solder/shrinkwrap them and put them into the spiral loom..