2moto wrote:Leaf claims 44 Nm versus 29 Nm for the Golden Motor Mag Pie as the next closest. Does anyone know if this is real or just specmanship, i.e. bullshit?
waynebergman wrote:My son used to ride a little Magamo trials bike and it was very cool with that small back wheel and the big fat tire back there as well. If you are going with that small of a wheel my guess is the larger diam DD hubs will mean a radial lace, how about the mac geared hub so you can maybe cross the spokes with a one cross? I am not sure about how the one cross with a 16 inch and a mac but pretty sure a bigger hub on a 16 will not let you cross your spokes at all which wont be ideal for trials.
'they' do it quite often - hyena spotted my old bike on this one http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/521590971/spoked_type_Rear_hub_motor_for/showimage.htmltoolman2 wrote:he used the photo without asking
neptronix wrote:Looks like rebranded golden motor stuff.
If it fits on a 14" wheel, it is most likely identical to the GM pro hub, 9C, or MXUS direct drive family of motors.
Nothing new here, IMHO.
neptronix wrote:toolman2; while i have you here.. what do you think the continuous wattage that the pie can put out is? I'm thinking upper 1000w figure.. i ran 42mph continuous for about 10 miles and it didn't get all that hot really..! 100deg F on the cover.
Is your 150 deg. figure in Celsius or Fahrenheit?
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