those style charts are not the best way to pick your color. Colors will vary depending on the monitors screen settings. Im just going to find the color code. im sure his guy either has or can get the color once i give him the #.
ohzee wrote:korpin wrote:one of those white frames is probably mines..HPC doing electronics around 100 volts 4500-5000 watts with boxxer world cup forks using the newest lightest batteries
Thought I found out who had the 2nd frame , but after going back and reviewing your just repeating yourself NBD Id be doing the same if I was getting one so soon.
Can not wait for the reviews.
Rodney64 wrote:Deutch the 3 speed switch you were talking about are you making it yourself or did you buy it.
korpin wrote:hey by Deutch420,are you gonna have any air cooling on that 10,500 watts?....wow the bomber is only 4500 watts on the specs,but I do not know the true voltage times amps on the bomber do you?
not sure about the 8 gauge wire but according to the electricians chart,if you are intermimittent rating of maxinum 2 minutes then its fine but 6 would be needed for a longer duration of 80 amps and over 115 volts for over 2 minutes but its close
and any idea on what kinda weight you will be at?
korpin wrote:I have seen quite a few u tube videos where guys are using high wattage and getting 58 to 60 MPH something but the bomber is getting 48-50 MPH at half the wattage some of these guys are using which makes me think stealth is lowballing the power specs
Hyena wrote:korpin wrote:I have seen quite a few u tube videos where guys are using high wattage and getting 58 to 60 MPH something but the bomber is getting 48-50 MPH at half the wattage some of these guys are using which makes me think stealth is lowballing the power specs
It's pointless comparing the power or speed to a stealth bomber. This is just a bare frame that looks like a bomber. Sure, compare the weight and handling but as far as power and speed goes it may as well be a shopping trolly or pair of roller skates.
Power and speed comes from the battery, controller and the type of motor (size and winding) - so bolt on what ever suits your needs.
korpin wrote:Hyena...I do not think you understood my post regarding the stealth....it had NOTHING do do with the phasor frame....what I am saying is guys are using comparable motors to the stealth and running crazy voltages and amps up to 10,500 watts buy NOT getting much more speed...which makes me think these motors designed for bicycle type frames can only produce so much before they start converting the excess energy to heat....looks like even with the biggest BICYCLE hub motors,efficiency starts to drop off a cliff over 5000-6000 volts as regards wattage to speed from what I have seen so far....I think 4500-5000 watts with a hubzilla or stealth type motor and 100 volts and a great controller and 45-55 mph and 75-85 pounds and 10-20 amp hours is about as good as it gets for now unless you want a one mile dragster.....or a heavier motorcycle type bike...this is all based on what I see on the internet...I am waiting for my first bike
korpin wrote:speaking of gearboxes,honda came out with a fantastic bicycle frame/gearbox combination but mysteriously detroyed most of them (photo) I saw one frame for sale but the gearbox was absent
nicobie wrote:Anyone know if they are accepting deposits yet?
Deutch420 wrote:nicobie wrote:Anyone know if they are accepting deposits yet?
They have been taking deposits for over 6 months now. There are at least 8 of them accounted for already. Mine is about to hit the powder coater!!
ohzee wrote:welcome SweKen. before long we should see some builds from these you have showed up at a good time.
Heres one I made earlier....
(and I couldn't decide on the colour so went with the green of the prototype)
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