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  • Nobby910
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    and my voodoo hoodoo Click image for larger version

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  • Nobby910
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    boardman mht 8.6
    on test run yesterday rack etc etc will be added

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  • CC Rider
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    Donor Bike - Motobecane Fantom Boost Elite
    Conversion Kit - BBHSD
    Battery - 52v Luna Wolf Pup
    Approximate Cost - $2,650


    I wanted a stealth e-MTB because where I ride in CA coastal hills of OC dictates one. With all the fancy $6K full suspension models showing up lately, it seems less controversial than before, but still technically illegal in some areas. I waited a couple years for the Wolf Pup and the Luna 500C mini display. I got the beast dirty yesterday and thought I’d share it with you. It was off the charts fun and yet, still a great workout in PAS 2, sometimes 3-4 for the steep stuff.

    About the build, it was made a lot easier with the help of Karl at https://electricbike-blog.com , Ron and Luna staff at Electricbike.com. I decided a hard tail was good advice for durability and control. I went with a Fantom Boost Elite 27.5 Plus Bike from Bikes Direct. I got to know the bike first and then custom fit it with a Fabric Gell Saddle, Hunter smooth move “comfort bars”, Ergon GA3 grips and a Kinekt 2.1 seat post to give the bike a sense of full suspension. I had done extensive research on intrusive chain stays because the Boost standard comes with a wider axle and chain stay, especially for a 68mm bottom bracket. The bike has a 1x11 SRAM NX drive train and came with a 30 T chain ring. Given the intrusive chain stay and the way the BBHSD motor measured out, I knew I needed a chain ring with the offset of the 42T Luna Eclipse or Lekkie Bling Ring to retain use of all 11 gears. I estimated that the Luna was too much offset and I was right. In all fairness, a chain ring spacer could have made the Luna Eclipse work but I prefer the Lekkie for a little more stealthy look.

    If you end up using this bike, or another with Boost axles, you will need ample spacers for the BBHSD. I estimate 6mm worth (a couple more than what comes in the “Luna Install Helper” kit). In the end there was still 15mm of threads to install the two BB screw caps (you need at least 12mm). The only mistake I made was leaving the brake cable routed between the motor and the down tube. Once I routed it off to the side and alleviated the pinching the build was complete. To make the bike as stealthy as possible, I color coded the wire running up the seat tube by wrapping it in electrical tape to match the bike frame.

    Using PAS the Wolf Pup gets over 10 miles in the hills. I will be getting a 2nd one to store in my Camelback hydration pack. At 4 pounds the Wolf Pup should be no problem. Lastly the bike cost me $2,650 and I am quite happy with it. Thanks Luna Cycle!
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  • prh88
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    See link for build report

    https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...bshd-mid-drive

    1999 K2900. This is my first build with the BBSHD mid-drive kit. Bike cost was $1000 in 1999. Kit cost was about $1400

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  • prh88
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    See link for build report
    2019 Giant Trance 2 (I love my 1998 K2 build (Luna BBSHD mid-drive) so much I was a little worried about whether I could be happy with a new build.) But I am SUPER happy with this build. This is my second build with the BBSHD mid-Drive kit. Bike cost was $2300 Kit cost was about $1500 The bottom bracket has outer tabs (see
    Last edited by prh88; 09-18-2019, 04:10 AM.

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  • paxtana
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    It's a separate 'node', if I move them it will disappear shortly after deleting this post. You would want to upload them to the above by hitting edit and attaching them. Then this post can be deleted

  • Defjr333
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    Would Admin kindly move pics to above post. Sorry and thnx
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  • Defjr333
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    The "Better Ruffian"
    BBSHD/ Phaserunner @ 52V/ 50A dual Samsung 25r 12.5ah packs in Parallel
    Ruff-Cycles Basman Frame, Tank, Fenders
    All other Parts from various sources, most listed and linked
    Current Cost(upgrades people) $2900

    https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...need-your-help
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  • suaxedienhn
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    Electric bicycle in our country is different

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  • ncrkd
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    Up a little is a close one: https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...8820#post78820 - hope the picture tells a thousand words.

    Looks like a BBSHD and stock pie plate to a disc Nexus 3 IGH with a chain tensioner.
    Last edited by ncrkd; 04-24-2019, 12:38 PM.

  • paxtana
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    Do you have a link to a specific build thread

  • BigFatDummy
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    You should add Surly Big Fat Dummy to the list with a BBSHD

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  • Churnmaster
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    Thank you...No spacer was required

  • ncrkd
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    Hey, that a nice job - looks like lots of clearance for the Eclipse chain ring too.

  • Churnmaster
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ID:	79651 This is my 3rd build using a Specialized Roll. This time I used the Step Through size small. I am happy to say that changes in the bottom bracket required zero grinding to insert the BBSHD. Previous Rolls required substantial grinding to the aluminum between the threads in the bottom bracket. I used a household wire channel from home depot to tidy up the wires on the underside of the frame heading to the handlebars. As you can see I have not finished the wiring to the battery. Any suggestions for discreet cable routing are welcome. The Roswheel bag on the back is 18$ from Amazon It's bigger than what is required for the 52v 17ah panasonic but it can hold the killer whale pack which I used it for in another build....I may build a custom box or bag for this bike. She rides like a dream. Had her on the maiden voyage last night!
    Last edited by Churnmaster; 12-12-2018, 10:50 AM.

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