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    #91
    Surly Troll with BBSHD

    Build thread can be found here:

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      #92
      1997 Kona ManoMano - Old School full suspension mtb - BBSHD

      Build thread can be found here:


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        #93
        Scott Genius 50 (2009) & Lunacycle BBS02 Kit

        Build thread can be found here:


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          #94
          Electra Lux 7D https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...d-installation
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            #95
            Specialized Enduro. BBS02 750W, 48v ultra slim battery. 44T sprocket, hydrolic brake kit. Bolted on no problem.

            thank you for all of the information on this site. It made the installation so much easier with the information learned on this site.Click image for larger version

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              #96
              Fito Modena GT 2 BBS02 Build.

              **Had to use eccentric BB adapters and add a through bolt to secure them.

              Not a full "how to" thread but contains a decent amount of info and troubleshooting. As pictured cost was about $1600.



              Santa Cruz Super 8 (1999) Build Thread BBSHD Ludicrous. (In progess)

              Full build instruction thread yet to come. Got a lot of kinks to iron out first.

              Last edited by moarpower; 07-16-2017, 12:42 PM.

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                #97
                Added BBSHD to 2016 Motobecane Fantom 29er. Bike was about $1400, motor kit, suspension post & street tires, about $1200. 68mm Kit installation went smoothly. I think the only item that I needed to replace from the kit was longer bolts for the chainring, plus spacer. Decided to create a relaxed, sit upright ride from the mtn bike due to chronic arm pain. Bike rides comfortably, my back, shoulders and neck also like sitting upright. To do this I swapped out the flat handlebar for a riser on headset & sweepback handlebars. The thudbuster is wonderful with my old, comfy brooks saddle. I used a dolphin bracket as I already had a few of those 52v dolphin batteries working on my other ebike. With the 48 chainring this thing cruises quietly and efficiently at 25 mph +. I'm not so impressed with the glue on brake sensor. I'm finding pausing peddling a couple seconds before shifting works fine for me. Would be nice if there was a dependable, instant motor kill option for shifting. In the future I could make this a mtn beast by swapping out the chainring, street tires and removing the headset riser. After a few long test rides, I'm happy with this bike & the quality of Luna products. Click image for larger version  Name:	laytonville-4-4.JPG Views:	2 Size:	1.65 MB ID:	40769
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                  #98
                  BBSHD on Sun EX-3 USX-HD delta trike


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                    #99
                    1993 Giant ATX 770, BBS02 Anniversary Kit with 52A Battery and Color Display


                    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7ZhZdvPwaM

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                      2011 Specialized Epic Fsr Comp frame M with BBS02B 750W and 48v 17ah Shark style battery

                      Link to build log.
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                        Electra Alloy Cruiser 3 converted to 29+ 5spd IGH with BBS02B 750W/48V in frame triangle mid-drive (fits right in without tube modification).

                        Build thread here: https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...iser-3-project
                        Last edited by Rider; 01-21-2018, 10:10 AM.
                        MOVING BACK TO PEDAL...
                        2020 Banshee Paradox V3 1x11
                        2018 Soma Wolverine 3spd IGH Belt Drive
                        2018 Surly ECR 1x7
                        1991 Schwinn Crosspoint 7spd (BBS02B)

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                          Soma B-Side V.2 Belt Drive 3spd IGH 27.5 x 2.8 with BBS02B 750W/48V mid-drive.

                          Build thread here: https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...v-custom-build
                          MOVING BACK TO PEDAL...
                          2020 Banshee Paradox V3 1x11
                          2018 Soma Wolverine 3spd IGH Belt Drive
                          2018 Surly ECR 1x7
                          1991 Schwinn Crosspoint 7spd (BBS02B)

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                            Perfect setup for fatty: BBSHD 750w, 52v shark battery inside Luna bag, 100mm hub with 36 tooth eclipse chain ring. PAS (Pedal assist) (1) optimum most conditions if not riding aggressive.
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                            • max_volt
                              max_volt commented
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                              What model bike did you use?

                            Minnesota 1.2 with BBSHD 21” frame

                            Bafang BBSHD Mid Drive Ebike Kit
                            (Choose Your Programming Level: 750w Street Legal, Bottom Bracket Size: 73-100mm (Fat), Chain Ring: Stock 46T Steel Chain Ring, Bafang Handles with Ebrake Cut Off: Bafang Handles with Built-in Ebrake cut off, Add an Additional Luna Designed Chainring: Luna Aluminum Chain Ring Adapter With 42T Sprocket $40.00, Display Options: Bafang Display C961, Add a Gear Sensor: GearSensor for Derailers and Internal Geared Hubs $45.00, Throttle Choices: Black Luna Right Twist Throttle $12.00, Make it a kit by adding a top grade battery: 48v Dolphin GA 13.5ah $475.95, Add a 5.5mm Smart Charger for your Battery (Not Included): 48v 3amp Lithium Charger $30.00

                            toughest part art of my build was removing the main crankshaft and understanding how the tools worked. I ordered the 42T sprocket but ended up not using it since it pushed my chain too far outside my frame. Trying to keep the chain in line I stuck with the stock 46T. Cabling was a breeze to me. Connectors are almost impossible to get wrong. Went with a twist throttle since the bike came with thumb shifters. Probably should have went for the full color display. I plan to add fenders and a kickstand. Bike bounces a little when I pedal. It’s a blast just to hold the throttle down...so smooth. I might add front shocks someday to help smooth the ride.
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                            • IndianaStones
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                              I’m using the stock chain too. At this point I can’t use the largest gear because my chain is too short. I shift gears way less than I did before having a motor. With this build, I’d stick to the middle 6, 7, or 8 gears.

                            The Raleigh Kodiak 27.5 plus tire full suspension bikes should be compatible with the BBS02 since they have a 73mm bb width. We are currently putting one together now with a 750w tsdz2 mid drive motor and it fits well. Not much room for a battery inside the frame though. The battery is the least of my problems, getting the dog carrier on the back of the full suspension bike is taking a bit of work.

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