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  • Cezar
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    I have no experience with the Cyclone engine, but when it comes to BSSHD, I assumed PAS with arithmetic progression - for subsequent steps from PAS 2 24% with an increase for the next steps by 6 + 1, 6 + 2, 6 + 3 ... up to 100 % for PAS 9. Percentage of speed from PAS 2 - 40% for the rest of 100%.

  • DaHose
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    Layering is the way to do it. One ring holds the BB in place, sensor goes on and fits around the existing ring because of the bend in the bracket. Outer ring goes on, and clamps the sensor to the inner ring, while also locking everything down.

    Jose

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  • Minnemike
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    Originally posted by DaHose View Post
    I had similar issues. The bend in the PAS sensor can be made to fit the drive side, but there is no room there to mount the magnet disk. The magnets work much better on the non-chain side.

    If you have two lock rings for the non-drive side, just line up the bb with enough thread sticking out so you can layer the sensor between the lock rings.

    Jose
    I'm going to have the same issue - are you saying to replace the spacer with the pas sensor ring or have both of them between those lock rings? Thanks

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  • Rix Ryds
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    Any idea what the current limit is for the 24 volt fan output on the new mini sine wave controller?

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  • DaHose
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    I had similar issues. The bend in the PAS sensor can be made to fit the drive side, but there is no room there to mount the magnet disk. The magnets work much better on the non-chain side.

    If you have two lock rings for the non-drive side, just line up the bb with enough thread sticking out so you can layer the sensor between the lock rings.

    Jose

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  • eWolf
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    Greetings.

    I put the kit together and everything works wonderfully. BUT, the PAS I ordered with the kit doesn't seem to fit no matter what I try. Is this a common issue that requires some hacking to get it attached? Some help would be appreciated, I really want to have a PAS on my bike.

    Thank you,
    Rich

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  • Minnemike
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    Hello. With an Ashtabula BB, is it absolutely necessary to install an eccentric adapter for the cyclone mini? Couldn't I just install a standard centered adapter to convert it to threaded bsa? I understand an eccentric adapter/converter is required for something like a bbs02, but is it required for a cyclone mini with the more extended mount? Thanks.

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  • tklop
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    My apologies for the late response, paxtana

    I'm not referring to the larger bare motor--but to the Cyclone 4KW Triple-Chainwheel Mid Drive Kit.

    Unfortunatlely, in order to show all the parts in detail I'd have to dissasemble things.

    I have now updated my post (above) with the information from this original reply, and with a picture of the extension-piece.

    Hopefully that will make clear what I'd meant!

    And thank you once again for the thoroughness of this outstanding thread.
    Last edited by tklop; 06-12-2020, 02:38 AM.

  • paxtana
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    Looks like you maybe have the bb screwed in too far into the bb shell

  • David9925
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    Just got the kit yesturday and jumped on it. Really nice looking .
    Is there a way to adjust the crank or motor sprockets to line up better as shown in the picture below?
    s there a recommended chain and length for the 44/44./24?

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  • DaHose
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    It might vary between kits, but for mine the low/med/high speed switch wiring is as follows.

    Black is the center, common wire.
    Black/Blue wires connected is low speed.
    No wires connected is med. speed.
    Black/Pink wires connected is high speed.

  • paxtana
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    Cyclone Mini dimensions


    150 mm from center bottom to center motor

    Diameter of motor is 90mm



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    Cyclone 3000 Dimensions


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  • paxtana
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    Modification for cyclone mini on a fatbike:

    Doable but needs some light modification. Longer bolts that go into the standoffs, as well as a large hoseclamp to go over the whole thing and reinforce it into position. See pics below.

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  • paxtana
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    Are you referring to the larger bare motor? What sort of BB extension did you use?

  • paxtana
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    Another interesting modification courtesy of a customer review on the gallery:

    This is a new mounting bracket for the Cyclone. It comes from a door hinge with an axel of 6mm diameter, same as the motor bolts. The bracket hangs with a 8mm bolt through the aluminum tube of the bike holding the motor. It´s very light and not difficult to cut. I think that is more safe and rigid than the clamp.

    Two pieces cut from a hinge
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    The two pieces welded
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    The mounting bracket for the cyclone. Bolted with 10mm bolt. (Editor's note: may want to reinforce with a P clamp over the downtube)
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    After painting
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