FastDemise wrote:So no real added benefit of going to 18s if keeping the speed limited to 30mph? Was just wondering if the increased voltage made things a little bit more efficient to warrant going higher in voltage.
BATFINK wrote:Nice build, I like that little front rack too. Did it mount on your brake mount? You should replace the colored cable ties with black and possibly paint the motor black and you would have a really stealthy bike there. Treat yourself to a cycle analyst to monitor your battery great stuff
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FastDemise wrote:Balance leads closest to the main - gets A and the side closest to the main + gets B?
FastDemise wrote: I'm growing very tired of removing my rear wheel.
amberwolf wrote:FastDemise wrote: I'm growing very tired of removing my rear wheel.
You could try putting two tubes in, adding an extra valve hole 180 degrees from the original. I can't yet vouch for how well it works because for me it is not helping, but I have not had time to take the wheel apart again to figure out why. I just did it a week ago, and already one tube is no longer taking air and the other has a bad leak, but none of the tubes I have is new, and most have patches on their patches.
FastDemise wrote:I can't wrap my head around how you put 2 tubes in a tire without them twisting around each other when you get to the tube part. Wouldn't the twisting cause a weak point in the tube??
amberwolf wrote:They're installed side by side, no twisting necessary.
Others have done this successfully before, even on regular bikes, so I'm just copying their work. But in my case, it's not workin' so hot.
This is the post in my CrazyBike2 thread about the install, but I don't have any pics of putting it in there, as I coudln't get any angles that showed anything useful. There is just a pic of the "twinnertube" wheel, inflated but not yet installed on the bike.
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