amberwolf wrote:If you have no regen braking, and the motor chain freewheels when not driven by the motor, then maybe make sure the CA is really set to zero current. Otherwise, any "negative" current it reads (evne mistakenly) is taken as regen.
StudEbiker wrote:Fantastic news Li-ghtcycle!! Your build is making me very anxious to get all the kinks sorted out on the Bike E. Your efficiency numbers are impressive. I don't have your light handedness on the throttle I guess, but hopefully I will be able to get somewhere close to those numbers. I would be VERY happy if I did! Anyway, congrats on an awesome build!
StudEbiker wrote:Awesome man! I am really loving the simplicity of your set-up. You've heard of the K.I.S.S. method right? On my Bike E build I feel like I've come up with my own method. The K.I.D.D. method, keep it difficult dummy.
StudEbiker wrote: The K.I.D.D. method, keep it difficult dummy.
LI-ghtcycle wrote:(I'm still working on that aero-belly and beard! )
AussieJester wrote:LI-ghtcycle wrote:(I'm still working on that aero-belly and beard! )
hehe...I was going to ask too
Nice looking ride, good to put a face to the name to
LI-ghtcycle wrote:I wish I had a video cam, I would spin the motor and let you hear it sing!
StudEbiker wrote:LI-ghtcycle wrote:I wish I had a video cam, I would spin the motor and let you hear it sing!
Does your still camera have a video mode? Almost all of them do.
StudEbiker wrote:That's awesome! If the jackshaft setup on the Bike E craps out again, I'll definitely be looking at going with a setup like yours. The Bike E is back together and ready for testing again with the auto-shifting CVP. Will have some reports tomorrow.
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