adrian_sm wrote:Very nice. Great to see you get a dual suspension/RC build up and running. Oh, and I like the digital dash.
Be careful with the clearence to the front wheel, wouldn't want the motor mount bracket to hit the wheel at speed.
What speeds can you actually pedal assist to. Looks like a pretty small chainring.
spinningmagnets wrote:Too bad there is currently no affordable outrunner motor selection halfway between the 63mm motors and the 80mm
Not having everything running on the limit is a good thing in my book
knoxie wrote:very nice looks and sounds like a good setup there, be interested to see it all tidied up and how it fares on longer rides, you figuring to up the battery capacity then?
AussieJester wrote:That is one of the best edited e-bike videos I have seen what program do you use? Nice job on the setup will look slick when finished !
Trilska wrote:Nice to see the Kelly working so fine together with the turnigy 80 100.
I am in the planning stage of a project including the same motor and a Kelly keb esc. Did you go for the esc upgrade to enable higher electrical rpm? Also what Kv do you get out of your motor?
bose wrote:I really like the simplicity of your build! Seems as if it works well too
Which bottom bracket and cranks did you use? Is it the same ones as in the cyclone kits?
Jay64 wrote:I know this is a little late, but nice build. Any updates to it recently? You had mentioned that the suspension wasn't up to par. You could probably just upgrade just the suspension. I've been looking into some of that stuff and have found some stuff for pretty good deals on ebay lately.
Where is that video taken? Looks like somewhere up country like Pukalani or Kula.
mauimart wrote:I have also been working on refining my Arduino based instrumentation/logging system (see photos). It's currently installed on my build #1 and is working quite reliably. In addition to displaying the critiacl e-bike parameters, similar to cyclye analyst, I have it logging the data to an SD card. There is still one bug I need to resolve. For some reason when the SD card is installed, the distance and wheel speed data is a bit off (1 to 2%). I think it has to do with the interrupt activated by the wheel sensor causing timing conflicts elsewhere in the code. It's spot on when not logging data.
AussieJester wrote:This is looking very very good! i think your going
to be extremely pleased with the performance
looking forward to video and hearing your impressions
after thrashing it for a bit hehe...
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