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    Well i'm at it again. I have been putting this off for a couple of years but now I need something to do inside when the weather is bad. When the weather is good there are so many people on the local bike path that I am not comfortable with all of the crowding. When it has been warm enough I have been riding on the street more than ever.

    Anyway I have an Enduro style frame with a QS 205 50mm V3 hub motor. It has a 6T winding. I also have a couple of Luna 72 volt PF bricks and a Dinosaur of a Sabvoton 72150 controller. I have all of the other parts. As a matter of fact I'm so obsessive compulsive I probably have enough parts for have a dozen bikes. If this Corvid 19 krap lasts long enough I could have a veritable stable of e bikes. My kids think I have a stable now but I only have three working currently.

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    Don't look at the side stand I have to go in a different direction with that!! I put a seat post dropper on this and in this photo it is down.

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    Same pose except with the seat post up.

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    Here are the two bricks and the controller approximately where they are going to go. That yellow box is just an inner tube box spacing the controller into it's approximate position.

    Well that is it for today. We will have to see where I am in a week or so. I'm also doing a solar installation on my new RV.

    Well I didn't get one comment on this thread. I don't know why I am bothering.

    I got it together took one ride and pulled it apart. I fooled around with handlebar position and it is better now. I have a few hundred miles on it now. I am getting ready to redo it again. I am not happy with my controller/throttle. I found a Bluto Rockshock on clearance at Universal cycle so I am going to put my Maxxis Mammoths on on this bike. I need to tweak the handlebar position again.

    I need to change the gearing also. It is only a one speed now. The full suspension is truly great though.

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