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    I must admit. I am tempted to get one of these frames and try an ultra 1000. I think the 1000 will fit since the same mounting bracket is listed for all integrated bafang motors.

    http://www.huttlin-pedelecs.com/aerospaceframefork.html


    http://m.dengfubikes.com/index.php?s=/190.html

    I would put a air suspension fork on it. Rokshox silver rl 29 has perfect crown to axle height for either frame!
    Last edited by Scott S; 4 weeks ago.

    #2
    I dislike carbon fiber but these frames so far are only for buyers that order multiples. Not a one-off normally.

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      #3
      Actually you can purchase either of the above as a single.
      Shipping is a killer lol

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        #4
        Reveal if you dare the total price.

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          #5
          The huttlin is 545 without carbon fork and another 135 to ship to North America?
          The E01 if I remember correctly is 435 and 85 to 135 to ship to North America depending on method used. Ouch lol!!

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            #6
            Looking more closely I am not so sure these frames will allow the 1000 ultra. Comparing to the mounting on the Luna apex fusion the bolts look to be in different locations or here is a bolt up front on the apex. ???

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              #7
              OK. Time to clear up the confusion. The bottom brackets for the max drives and the ultra are NOT the same as has been stated on this forum in a few places. Thanks to Huttlin for this info. In both photos the left would be the front of the bike!

              https://m.facebook.com/huttlinpedele..._t=video_reply
              Last edited by Scott S; 4 weeks ago.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Scott S View Post
                OK. Time to clear up the confusion. The bottom brackets for the max drives and the ultra are NOT the same as has been stated on this forum in a few places. Thanks to Huttlin for this info. In both photos the left would be the front of the bike!

                https://m.facebook.com/huttlinpedele..._t=video_reply
                If that is so, How come Bafang on their Web Site list the exact same part number (FP G330) for the mount on both the Max and the Ultra ?
                http://www.bafang-e.com/en/drive-sys...ax-fortis.html
                http://www.bafang-e.com/en/drive-sys...ax-comfis.html

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                • hammerli22
                  hammerli22 commented
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                  The mount for the ultra and max are different. You will not be able to swap a ultra into a max drive frame.
                  If look at the FP G330 Max mount and compare that with the Ultra mount picture on the Luna web site, you will see they are very different.

                #9
                I don't know why. Bafangs site is not very user friendly either. All you have to do is look at the brackets and you can see the difference. Look at Luna's apex and the bracket on their ultra motor kit ad. They sure are different. The max mount does not have a mounting bolt hole up front. The ultra does. Not enough info given about these things lol.
                ps. On befangs site on the specs for the fp330 mount they only list the suitability as g330 which is the max motor.
                Last edited by Scott S; 4 weeks ago.

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                  #10
                  OK got it! Go to bafang site and click on products. Click components then click accessories then click fixation parts and low and behold you can scroll down and see a fp510 mounting bracket made for the g510 ultra motor.
                  Ta Da!!!

                  http://www.bafang-e.com/en/components/accessoires.html

                  This link will get you there fast then just click fixation tab.
                  Last edited by Scott S; 4 weeks ago.

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