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  • KTMracer63
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    Had the same noise, wasn't the battery, mine's solid, snug and velcro'd...
    With my bike it's the loose plastic cable router and cable jiggling around on the outer side down tube....it's not quiet either.

  • reconsidering_my_purchase
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    Has anyone experience putting a Fox coil DHX2 (210x55 I assume) on this bike?

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  • cmc4130
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    Originally posted by EL34 View Post

    Yep, the X1 meters cannot be set for a correct wheel circumference or diameter.
    My 860C is set for 27.5, not 28 inch

    But, I have not found the mileage to be off as much as you are reporting.
    I would say on mine, it is only a couple miles off after 30+ miles

    You can see some of my ride reports in my X1 post here
    https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...290#post108290

    Hmmm. The inflated diameter of my 27.5" X 2.8" Minion tires actually look very close to 28". A slimmer, more profile tire would have an actual 27.5" inflated diameter.

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  • joegold100
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    Has anyone come up with a solution to stop the damn battery from bouncing around and clunking non-stop when you are on the trail? I've tried putting velcro in side the battery compartment, rubber padding (with sticky tape on one side), and, in addition, I have a velcro tire tube strap around the bottom bar (where the battery inserts at the top of the frame) but nothing seems to stop it from rattling. It has been driving me nuts since the day I got my bike in March. Listen carefully on this video and you can hear the battery rattling nearly continuously the entire way down the trail:

    Last edited by joegold100; 11-12-2021, 10:52 AM.

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  • joecleary
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    I'm currently using MTX Gold. I like them, no complaints. Seems like a lot of people here are using these brake pads, too.
    https://mtxbraking.com/product/gold-label-brake-pads/

  • LarryMagoo
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    Got bad info this AM about the Pre orders opening for the X1...but I was told that was a mistake and that there is no X1's for Pre Order....man this is like hearing that there is no Santa Claus! ;-(

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  • LarryMagoo
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    X1....On Pre order today! I want a medium! Good Morning Kelly and Paxtana....I feel like a little kid at Christmas!

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  • LarryMagoo
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    X1. Can't wait to drive down there and pick it up!
    Last edited by LarryMagoo; 10-15-2021, 07:21 AM.

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  • Kindiftall
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    I am over in Chatsworth and we could be one of the only pair of guys riding x1s around here. I ride every other day all around this areas. Check out the ebike club I started on Strava called LA\Ventura County Ebike Adventurers. I have put nearly 1300 miles on my ebike now.

  • AZguy
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    It's straightforward - especially if we're not worried about having a common negative (battery under charge and power source negative connected together) which should not be a concern here - isolation would make it a bit more complicated but not really all that bad

    Sometimes I wonder if its use is as practical as it sounds at first blush. Even a 2A charge rate will draw enough current that we'll need a power source capable of around 10A or more so if a vehicle we're talking about engine running or perhaps a deep cycle battery. If we're talking engine running we likely want fast charge too, maybe 3-5A, so we get a charge in a couple of hours or so tops and then it snowballs requiring 20A or more, give or take and so should be hardwired at that point... and that's for a bicycle battery... if a light moto (a la sur-ron) then it really gets out-of-hand

    FWIW, should be able to parallel a couple of those MPT-7210's to get 3A'ish but I only have one so can't say for sure how that would go - should work though

  • paxtana
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    Oh bummer.

    Man it's too bad we can't find a variable lab power supply that can take 12vdc input and output up to 60vdc. Kind of a surprise something like that does not exist. While it would be a relatively limited use case I assume it would be cheaper to produce than a typical power supply since it would not be changing from ac to dc, and even a fancy boost converter is still just a boost converter.
    Last edited by paxtana; 09-13-2021, 04:17 PM.

  • AZguy
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    FWIW I could not get more than ~1.6A out with 13.5V in on the MPT7210... if you can live with that charge rate it works pretty well

    We wrote it up here: https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...-packs-from-12

    No matter what you use you'll need a 12V source that can put out a fair bit of power - at that low charge rate it still took something like 6.5-7A... it's likely only practical when the engine is running (or a generator) and then it would still be a very long drive to fully charge an empty battery

    I think a better approach is just brute force it by wiring in a decent 400+W inverter directly to the battery (with a fuse of course) and then just run a conventional 120V (or 240V?) 2-2.5A charger off of that... this is what I've done and it's done a good job of putting some charge in the battery... I've also done a 2A charger with an inexpensive 300W inverter and that worked, but dang that inverter got hot...

    Spare batteries really, really help most of the time =]

  • paxtana
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    I would just use an MPT-7210. Tons of suppliers for that little gadget. Just hook the car battery to the terminal labeled for a solar panel (the input terminal). Then connect the ebike battery to the output and program it for the proper parameters.

  • ribeyesteaks
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    Hi Pax, just wondering, but is there a 12V DC charger for the Luna 48V battery? If so, do you guys offer it? I'm looking to charge the battery directly from a DC source -- like a 12V car battery.

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  • Musky
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    I have replaced my brake pads about every 800 miles. Went with sintered pads for my first replacement and ready for a second set. Lots of long downhills of over 2000 ft at one time. Anyone using a different pad?

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