Bafang BBSHD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by DaDo.Bzz » Sep 29 2015 4:34pm

160Nm, ordering in Jan. definitelly! Hope Lekkie will fit and every 2000km new chain and casette. ;))
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by o00scorpion00o » Sep 30 2015 8:27am

Whatd speed do you think this 1000 W motor would be good for ?
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by DaDo.Bzz » Sep 30 2015 3:50pm

o00scorpion00o wrote:Whatd speed do you think this 1000 W motor would be good for ?
55-60 kmh
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by speedmd » Sep 30 2015 4:03pm

Do we know what rpm the crank spins at 48 -50 volts on the 1kw. My 750w feels like it runs out of gearing before power at just over 30 mph on 12s lipo running a 48/12T in a 26"mtb setup. Would think this would be the same with a bit higher speed possible then the bbs2 going up hills.
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by o00scorpion00o » Sep 30 2015 4:29pm

Thanks.
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by DaDo.Bzz » Oct 04 2015 6:04pm

according Paul on stock in 2 weeks!
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by Ade » Oct 05 2015 1:16pm

DaDo.Bzz wrote:according Paul on stock in 2 weeks!
But still waiting to hear first hand accounts of how this motors rides....
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by Nathan » Oct 06 2015 7:04am

Interesting review but it seem quite heavy over 5kg for only a 1kw continuous motor ? My cyclone 48v 1680w continuous weighs less then that and has nearly double the power and nearly 3000w peak !

Also its dam expensive around 1200 usd thats like 3 times the price of my cyclone kit with that money would rather get the Upgraded AFT cyclone 1680w :
https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... 28&t=72792

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by luna5k » Oct 06 2015 7:12am

In fact the price for the kit in the review (as configured here http://www.lectriccycles.com/e-rad-1000 ... rsion-kit/) is closer to $2300.

I really can't afford that, so I hope one of the other sellers can do a lot better.

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by KINNINVIEKID » Oct 10 2015 3:37pm

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by brumbrum » Oct 10 2015 4:21pm

KINNINVIEKID wrote:Look what I just found on ebay!!!
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2016-BAFANG-B ... 4d398ae238
25amp? I'm feeling a bit short changed. Is this not just the bbs02 in an woolly jacket?
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by cev » Oct 10 2015 5:07pm

On Luna site the specs are different.

http://lunacycle.com/motors/bafang-mid- ... drive-kit/

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by KINNINVIEKID » Oct 10 2015 6:44pm

brumbrum wrote:
KINNINVIEKID wrote:Look what I just found on ebay!!!
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2016-BAFANG-B ... 4d398ae238
25amp? I'm feeling a bit short changed. Is this not just the bbs02 in an woolly jacket?
I think that may just be a typo as they are 30 amp.
Interestingly they do NOT list it on their own website though!
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by cev » Oct 11 2015 8:57pm

Its also listed as the BBS03 as opposed to the BBSHD.

I already ordered mine so I will find out what it can really flow soon.

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by LyonNightroad » Oct 19 2015 11:28am

I am surprised this isn't getting more attention, pretty exciting. I am not thrilled with the $800 price @ luna but I imagine that will go down eventually.

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by Ade » Oct 19 2015 1:12pm

LyonNightroad wrote:I am surprised this isn't getting more attention, pretty exciting. I am not thrilled with the $800 price @ luna but I imagine that will go down eventually.
It will get more when it's actually available and people start putting it on their bikes.
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by jk1 » Oct 19 2015 11:14pm

am surprised this isn't getting more attention, pretty exciting. I am not thrilled with the $800 price @ luna but I imagine that will go down eventually.
I think the reason is its quite expensive for the power it has and heavy .

for half that price you can get the 48v 1680w (3000w peak) cyclone that is twice power and 1kg lighter !

or for around the same price get the 1680w AFT if you want better quality and twice the power if the BBS03.

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by Ade » Oct 20 2015 5:11am

jk1 wrote:
am surprised this isn't getting more attention, pretty exciting. I am not thrilled with the $800 price @ luna but I imagine that will go down eventually.
I think the reason is its quite expensive for the power it has and heavy .

for half that price you can get the 48v 1680w (3000w peak) cyclone that is twice power and 1kg lighter !

or for around the same price get the 1680w AFT if you want better quality and twice the power if the BBS03.
Cyclone is not so plug and play and who really knows the quality of the BBS03/BBS-HD?
The spec for the BBS03 says it rates at 150/160 Nm - what are the Cyclone and AFT rated at?
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by TorEddy » Oct 20 2015 10:20am

I think the BBSHD is going to be my next kit, after my LR kit was stolen from me.
I'm really excited for it, but then i found this page, with a wish list of upgrades.
http://electric-fatbike.com/2015/09/24/ ... #more-2155

I totally agree on the low reduction and torque sensing points.
These things seems hard to modify.

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by cev » Oct 20 2015 11:41am

I am hoping that everything that can be done on the BBS02 is possible on this one. Hopefully it is unlocked and we can edit the maximum current on the controller.
40-45amps will be great if the nylon gear doesn't grenade.

I went with a 26f battery pack which will give me a bit of head room if current can be modified.

Putting together the kit wasn't that expensive, it only cost like 1400 dollars.
With a 20ah battery and some accessories.

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by speedmd » Oct 20 2015 1:11pm

They should also have stronger gear options (even if they make more noise) for aggressive off roaders. The plastic gears should be ok for light duty riding if designed correctly for the heat and torque. Agree, Torque sensing is a must as is easy programming options.

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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by Ade » Nov 02 2015 6:01am

Wow, that Lunacycles chainring is just insane. :D Want one.
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Re: Bafang BBS-HD, 1000W, 68mm-120mm BB

Post by speedmd » Nov 02 2015 8:45am

The solid sprocket looks cool, but I would like to see something like it with a replaceable sprocket section. You could use a steel sprocket that would not weigh much, last a long time, and be easy to make given that it is the consumable item in the assembly.

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