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  • paxtana
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    Hi! You probably want to start here

    For the battery make a cardboard mockup with the dimensions on the listing and see if it will fit. Be sure to leave room for clearance so you can put it in a bag. If the curve is very extreme you might want to put it in some sort of hard enclosure so it's not banging up against that curve all the time.

  • Lawrence Battaile
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    Hey folks, I am new to this forum. I am considering a DIY for my Dyno Moto Glide Kruiser. Can someone tell me if the BAFANG 1000 W BBSHD will mount to that bike. It looks like the lower bracket is 68mm. The shape of the triangle is curved, so i'm wondering if the curve will interfere with the drive and whether the Panasonic GA 17.5 AH battery is a good choice and will it mount in the triangle. There does not appear to be enough room on the seat post down tube part and the 45% tube has a bit of a curve in it. Any info would be great! Thanks!

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  • Brendan
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    Hello all, I've come upon this forum since researching how to do a e-conversion on my Tass Genesis Mountain bike. Currently thinking of the Bafang BBSHD Mid Drive Conversion Kit.

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  • paxtana
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    There's a bunch of extensions out there depending on what you need. Both for the main harness as well as the throttle, ebrakes, gearsensor and display. Click this link

    https://lunacycle.com/search.php?search_query=extension

  • Sheep Dog 6
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    Hello. New to all this. Just purchased a BBSHD and having some engineering challenges. The main cable (all the yellow and single green lead) is too short. How do I get an extension for it?

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  • paxtana
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    Might want to make a separate thread on this for an in-depth discussion, as typically a lithium pack has separate connection for charge and discharge and it would be dangerous to consistently charge through discharge instead of using the charge input.

    In any case something like this would be suitable though you may need to change a few connectors so everything is compatible.
    https://lunacycle.com/triangle-48v-p...er-long-range/

  • Martyr
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    I own a few Organic Transit ELF velomobiles, and am looking to source replacement 48v ebike 15aH (or larger) batteries and related components. The ELF uses a single Anderson SBS50 connector for the battery output side, and uses this same connection to trickle charge the battery via a roof-mounted solar panel wired into a Genasun Solar controller, as well as to recharge via a plug-in AC charger.

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  • E-fire
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    hello friend, how are you
    i am new

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  • paxtana
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    I would start here https://electricbike.com/forum/forum...for-your-build

  • max_volt
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    Some forums will not allow members to answer noob questions if it's obvious they haven't done a proper site search or at least read the sticky. The admin may appear to be a prick but it may cut down a bit on the clutter.

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  • Alexander ant
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    Looking for a hd kit 1000 watts for my bike with batery

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  • KenB
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    Hi. New to this forum. Great opportunity to gather info. Will be building in next month. Picking frame and components to take to the deserts of Nevada and Arizona for a couple of months. Wonderful technology out there and it looks like wonderful opportunities to learn from this forum. I'm in.

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