sn0wchyld wrote:very nice mate! Id like to know how you got the twin front breaks?
The problem is to make good position of calipers not to hit the spokes on wide rims. So I made new adapters, new hub and new disc holder. It is basicly my product. They are available at Accountant's and mine web shop (Soon online for now just PM Accountant). We are thinking to sell it as a set. Dual fork, dual custom hub, adapters and brakes even a rim..
Kepler wrote:Bike looks super Hal. How do the twin 8 pots feel? I have the single 8 pot setup on my Bomber and they have plenty of breaking force. However, you do need to give them a good squeeze as apposed to my Magura's on my Fighter that just need one finger force to get the nose dipping. Are you finding the twin setup gives you a lighter feel?
To be honest it is a overkill. You can block front wheel on 30kmh even with this monster tyres.
I didn't find that I have to squize more then let say Magura MT6 (old Julia). Difference is on lighter breakings, it have no "slow engagement" ( don't know how to explain it) but they start to brake emediatly. That is something that is thrilling and therifying in the same time. But when you used to id it is nice. Feelss like they work faster then other brakes. Frend of mine broke collar bone trying one of my bikes at 5kmh. He was not used to so much stopping power ad squized like on his shimano brakes. He was flying over the steerer in no time... It is deadly stopping power as the advertisment say. Over 50km/h you can use it properly
How many Watts are you running?
Keb72801X controler on 84V
How many W/hrs on board?
For now 28S10Ah headway but in few days 28s A123 20Ah. It is max that can fit under canopy with bms and controller but no charger.
93 km/h with 72kg,1,7m driver and 87km/h With me (105kg 1,85)
CA hit 385A peak althou continuus max is somewhere around 155A.
It is in one period when is fresh of charger, voltage drops just below HVC and motor is cold.