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    Originally posted by paxtana View Post
    Yes unless they changed something it is right behind the light, a convex rear that rotates
    This is the light that came with my Sur-ron:

    I cannot see this convex rear knob, the only attachment is the cable that screws into the back of the light.

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Hmm..looks like latest model changed it :/
      You'd probably have to wire in a switch like our remote to turn light off on latest model as it appears to be always on with this version.

    Originally posted by Trbutt View Post

    This is the light that came with my Sur-ron:

    I cannot see this convex rear knob, the only attachment is the cable that screws into the back of the light.

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    As I wrote previously I love my Roam Fusion but was having trouble with the gear sensor. I opened it up, pryed it open as suggested here and serviced it. Still not working. Can I order a replacement from Luna? What other parts/cables will I need? I currently have the stock sensor model: LL-SS-01. Thank you - Tony

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    Is there an amateur friendly way ( minimizing any possibility that I will break my battery) for me to hardwire a light to my- battery -xt90 - BBSHD setup.

    I I could not find any male to 2 female xt90s y connectors online.

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Easiest approach would be to use the dpc18 display and a USB light plugged into the display's USB port.

      If you want to wire into discharge directly for some reason like running a more high power light easiest way is to use "tap" connectors. There are several variations on the market. For example posi-tap

    Is it possible to order the Cyclone kit with two sets of mounting hardware and BB's - for 68-83mm and 120mm? I'd like to compare installation on two frames.
    I see that I can order the 120mm BB separately, but I'd like to get the mounting plate/hardware for both 68-83mm and 120mm.
    Thanks

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    • Sebz
      Sebz commented
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      Hi

      The plates/hardware are not listed speartly because we dont have much extras, but email support@lunacycle.com and we will see what we can do for you.

    Was wondering if when you’re ordering the the motor kit if it comes with the spare motor parts (like the mounting plate) and spacers.

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      Which kit are you asking about?

    What is the part number for the controller that comes with the 7500Watt Cyclone?
    I couldn't find it on the Lunacycle kits page.

    Kelly <something, something> I expect right?

    I'd like to read more about it before the kit arrives.

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    • Sebz
      Sebz commented
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      The cyclone 7500W comes with a Cyclone 120a controller, not a Kelly! Unfortunately there is no spec-sheets on this controller.

    • AlanKilian
      AlanKilian commented
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      OK, I'll be sure to document my experience.

      Anyone want to start a 7500W Cyclone thread to share experiences?

    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      You can start one here:

      https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...one-mid-drives

      I think a 7500 thread would be very helpful for others.
      It is rare that folks build with it due to the limitations from such a large motor and powerful controller so we have not as yet seen much in the way of threads specific to this model.

    Which chain should the one to the gears in the back go to? The smallest or the bigger one next to the chain going to the motor? I saw somewhere the smaller one were it was at but my father said the bigger ring would make me go faster. I've got it on the smallest one for now.

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    • Sebz
      Sebz commented
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      The biggest of the 2 (middle) will be faster!

    Just received my sur-ron :) . All is good (except the different fork RST instead of the FastAce, but I see that it's an upgrade now) and having fun riding around. I also order the pedal kit and assumed it was installed vs included. Question is how to mount the kit with the original rear sprocket as seen in the website. The chain supplied with the kit is well too short (meant for the smaller sprocket) and the original chain needs to be extended a few links to accommodate. How did you guys do it ? New chain or extended links (2 connectors) - and where can I get these parts ?.
    Last edited by MarkEbike; 04-09-2018, 11:38 AM.

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      I don't know how the shop did it but for regular conversion it depends how much length you need. Just a bit you can use "missing links". For more, might want a longer chain.

      We also assumed these would be installed but they were only included so we changed the listing to reflect that.

    Hi

    Could anyone confirm this info is true or a typo?

    Check the image.

    My GT Fury expert bottom bracket is 83mm. On the Luna site the 3000 watt cyclone say the standard model fit 68mm to 73mm but on the same page there is an image saying 68mm to 83mm. Which one is correct.

    Also could this bottom bracket work with the cyclone 3000 watt system? https://lunacycle.com/isis-bottom-br...m-for-cyclone/

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    • paxtana
      paxtana commented
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      There's a difference between the mount brackets (the black metal plates) and the actual bottom bracket. Those black plates will work 68-83, you need the other ones for larger.

      The bullet points about 68-73mm are referring to the BB selected. You can do 68-73 with standard BB, put a spacer in there for a bit larger. Or alternately go with the 83-110mm BB but know your pedals will be further apart.

    Hi,
    Re: purchasing a BBS01B or BBS01B from you for UK road use.

    I know I'm stretching it a bit here, being it's to do with UK laws, but technically, given that kits are being sold in the UK as 250w road legal but with the possibility to unlock say a 500w or 1000w motor configuration for off road use, by way of de-restricting through the controller, as you all well know it can be done. The caveat is, these ebike motor kits will have etched on them "restricted to 250w" and for unlocking the programming the customer signing a declaration form for the codes, and for on road the ebike kit used at users discretion.

    If I were to get a BBS02B, I want to remain legal for the UK roads but have the opportunity to de-restrict for off road use. Could I do the same as what some sellers in the UK are doing and etch in to the bottom of the case, "resticted to 250w" and have the controller programme set up for UK roads (250w, 15.5 MPH)? I've been informed it is technically legal from the sellers stand point to advertise as 250w road legal kit as such.

    It's just an idea.

    Thanks
    Rob

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      Yeah, you're free to do this. Personally if you ask me though, I just strictly pretend to pedal when cops are around until I'm out of their sight and then it's back to 2500 watts. As long as you're not being a dick and nearly clipping people as you ride past them, I don't think anybody is going to bother you.

    another quickie, what’s the max wattage that a luna wolf 52v 12ah can be used at and what’s the minimum wattage can the battery be used at?

    Discussing with my teacher about this stuff and i want to know how i can set up my own way of charging it (solar, wind)

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    • HIGHVOLTAGE
      HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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      The pack is capable of up to 50 amps continuous. There's really no minimum wattage for these batteries as far as I know? Not sure if I would recommend Solar Charging it though. It would likely end up taking a long time.

    Sorry, second post is the correct information, ignore the first.

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      For the 3000W cyclone kit, what are the mounting brackets made of, aluminum or steel?

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      • paxtana
        paxtana commented
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        Steel.

        We also make a custom bracket for best rigidity if you prefer

      Re: Lekkie self extracting offset buzz bars. Length?

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      • HIGHVOLTAGE
        HIGHVOLTAGE commented
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        170mm, same as original I believe.
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