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  • stts
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    waste of time
    Last edited by stts; 03-24-2023, 04:43 PM.

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    waste of time
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  • weetard
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    amazing, you dont stop!

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  • Brian7588
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    Great builds. I just ordered a 19 inch mid drive with 24 inch wheels. I have been reading the smaller bikes are handling much better with the faster power.

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  • Msim
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    Upgraded the white to Shimano M355 and added a 56t chainring. I harvested the stock microswitches. Of course I forgot to take pictures but I couldn't have done any better than these guys any way. The only difference is I used JB weld kwik.

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  • Msim
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    Tires and rotor upgrade Going to add Shimano Hydraulic

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  • Msim
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    Next upgrade. 203 mm front 180 mm rotors. Although still the stock calipers the unscientific measurement of feel definitely seems to have improved.
    Full floating for the black bike and ultra light one piece for the white

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    They are really fun to ride and surprisingly comfortable for taller riders. I am a little over 6 feet

  • JPLabs
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    I like those. My wife is too small for her fat bike, too, hmmm.

    Love that the overvolt worked, and that you had nice data around the mods, too, thanks!

    Nice view.

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  • Msim
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    First phase road tests stock controller.

    black bike 36v stock 19mph no pedal. 48v (overvolt) 24mph no pedal 240lb rider

    white bike 36v stock 19mph no pedal 60v 29mph no pedal 240lb rider.

    I am quite impressed with the performance gains of the new batteries.
    The 60v reaches nearly 30 on flat ground.

    Can't wait to try an ASI controller.
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