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Recent content by CB590

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    Lincoln II +v3 or Anytone 5555+ v6 (not n)

    Just fyi per the Mfg the 5555 has a flaw when trying to key CW with it. I had sold my 5555 v6 unit a few years back to someone based on spec for CW use and got immediate response from him as the buyer, and direct from Mfg there was a delay like flaw with the 5555. There use to be Ytube videos up...
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    This does 30mph all day long. Much more zippy than the fat tire. Guessing less weight and less rolling resistance (aka skinny tires) helps. Did simple 12v headlight, tail/brake combo, and horn. (Just like last one). No turn signals and such on this demo build. This is the bike that customers can...
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    Next build for the new business I'm trying to do. Kiss budget build ($45 used bike) as the advo piece. Just headlight, tail, and horn on this. Same 1200w/48v kit (not fat tire, just 26"). Mock up today. Waiting on the motor to get here.
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    Got rid of the twist 7 speed. Put on a thumb shifter. Basic mad max. Tons of compliments. And questions.
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    Galaxy DX86V

    Workman 507-4 cheapy and the Night Eagle D104. Both worked better than the factory audio. But no noise reduction on either. I used the radio as a base.
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    LED tail/brake installed using rear brake handle to activate a switch for brake light
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    I've learned by putting 110 miles on it to and from work a few things. I need to move the rear side lights back as my heel catches them once and awhile. Check for anything lose weekly. The ride is cool at night when it's less than 50' F and you don't own gloves. (n) Doing 15-20mph avg will...
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    Managed to get a rear rack that fit the fat tire for $30. No worries the load will be way under the alleged 50#. Waiting on incoming brake light that will work off the brake lever (switch).
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    So I put the 48/12 on. Says like .01 amp no load draw. Also did front white marker with amber signals and the better 12v scooter horn. Rear is red marker with amber signals. Simple led flasher. Still need to fix the spaghetti.
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    Copy that. I'm also not very savvy when it comes to figuring out resistors and such though. So either I do the 7ah SLA or the 48-12 adapter.
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    The issue I have is most motorcycle LED or regular bulbs are rated for the 12v range and not 48v. Also when power is off on the battery with main switch on side of battery it cuts everything so there would be no draw. I ordered in 2 motorcycle turn signals already for the rear forks and have 2...
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    So road test was interesting. Battery wasn't fully charged. Went 13 miles full level 9 throttle. Battery was at like 47% when I got home and let it settle back in. (Said like 17% with motor in use at that point). Top speed was higher at 32.1 miles per hour on flat (than 22mph with old LED...
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    Weight hasn't really changed. The kit was like 17 lbs. the bike was 43 lbs. You can still change gears and use regular. Also pedal assist let's you play with gearing as well and you can do little assist on setting 1 or max assist on 9. You can still get a workout or not. Road test...
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    Controller now in bag. Like a mini tank. Light wired to go on when bike battery is turned on. Just like a real "bike".
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    My 1200w/48v EBike Build

    New display with 9 speed options vs old 3 speed led display and the new 4 CREE led headlight. Very bright and I angled it down abit as not to blind traffic.