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d8veh

Pedelecer, Male, from Telford

Very nice bloke Jan 9, 2014

    1.  
      John mc
      John mc
      Thank you for your help I looking forward to trying it
    2.  
      sylkie
      sylkie
      I got the 250watt for legal reasons but its just not pulling me and my child up even small hills. Many thanks for all you bring to the community!
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      sylkie
      sylkie
      Hi there, I hope you don't mind me asking, I am looking for an answer about whether the Bafang BBS01 250 watt motor has the same internal capacity as the BBS01 350watt...I would like to play with programming the 250 to have more power on hills and have both so have been thinking of looking at the programme settings on the 350 and upping the ones on the 250, but obvs don't want to blow anything.
      1. d8veh
        d8veh
        Ask the question in the electric bike kits forum. there's plenty of guys that have more experience than me about the best settings. yes, you can turn up the power a bit.
        Jul 14, 2017
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      Rager
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      johny
      johny
      hi d8 sorry to bother you im new to the site been reading thru post a good few days. and thought your the man to ask. im thinking of building my own bike is the oxi kit and boardman a good combination to go with. im 15 stone and 5ft 9 ish and not very fit so will be using bike power alot till i get in to it and advice please thank you
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      2. d8veh
        d8veh
        (ideally sinewave) with an LCD and max current of 15 to 20 amps, powered by a dolphin or shark type battery.

        A lower speed 36v motor (say 201 rpm) with a 48v battery and controller at 15 amps would be good.
        May 18, 2017
      3. johny
        johny
        thanks for reply any info on the dillinger kit street legal thanks
        May 19, 2017
      4. d8veh
        d8veh
        May 21, 2017
    6.  
      Todd
      Todd
      d8veh, sorry not been in touch, my health took a turn for the worse, i will mail you
      when im back home and on my feet. regards todd
    7.  
      Geoff Lee
      Geoff Lee
      Hi d8veh
      I found some time ago a post with a picture of the old Powabyke handlebar mounted control box, showing a schematic of the wiring plugs etc. I think it was posted by you several moons ago. If so I would appreciate it if you could post it again as i need the colours to rewire the throttle cable plug.
      Thanks, by the way I find your posts interesting, keep up the good work.
      Geoff
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      Paul Young
      Paul Young
      Hi there mate, I made a post about my BBSHD having intermittent PAS issues, either coming to a stop or even stopping pedaling ie going down a hill, would cause it just to stop working, and your name came up, as maybe you have had the same problem at some point? If so, have you any ideas, and if not, sorry to disturb you.
    9.  
      Luke @ SVEB
      Luke @ SVEB
      Hello Dave, Luke from SVM here :)
    10.  
      deedee
      deedee
    11.  
      GRG
      GRG
      Hi Dave I spoke with John from Oxegen as I have just purchased a Oxegen MTB but want to take the 15mph restrictor off as I only use it off road. can you help please.
      Many thanks
    12.  
      Old Timer
      Old Timer
      Am I supposed to be making a payment and have missed your e mail?

      Dave
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      zimon
      zimon
      Hi message is split in 4 parts sorry for that :s Im having big problems with my e-bike and you seams to be some kind of "guru" first i bought a direct driven front hub unknown manufacturer
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      zimon
      zimon
      but the pedal resistance was like i was going uphill all the time so i returned the motor , then i bought a Bafang rear 8 fun hub that people seams to like but it broke after just around a mount last summer , bad sound and it cant get into gear , i opened the hub and checked everything but nothing seamed broken so i put it together and tried several times , after that i tried another manufacturer
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      zimon
      zimon
      the cute Q100 and was happy with that but today after just 7-8 mounts its broken already same bad noice as the bafang and cant get into gear this motor i could not get open even , i tried your instructions with a longer screw ... its stuck like a rock ... probably cant fix it anyways now im kind of out of ideas thinking about trying an MXUS this time is it just me or are these motors not even lasting a year??
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      zimon
      zimon
      its so difficult when the china sellers dont want to help you with your warranty after purchase too!! and i need to put the hub myself in a wheel since i have 650b wheels . also considering a mid motor but i dont really like the motor sticking out so much and going from 30 gears to just 10 . also maybe considering give up electric bicycles ;( could you please help me / give me some good advice's regards Simon
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      phil4819
      phil4819
      Hi, I new to the site.
      I have a Montague Paratrooper which I want electrifying.
      I fancy the Xiongda 2 speed rear hub motor (from Pandaebikes and direct from Xiongda Motors in China)
      Can anyone suggest someone who would supply and fit or just fit if I supply.
      Thanks Phil in Lancaster
      1. d8veh
        d8veh
        The Xiongda motor is not easy to fit, so it should only be done by someone that knows what they're doing. The problem is the width. You need to stretch the frame. Consider a Q128 CST kit at 48v from BMSBattery.

        You'd also need to drill the frame and fix in some riv-nuts so that you can mount a battery on top or underneath the main frame member (crossbar).
        Apr 8, 2016
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      Geoff9
      Geoff9
      Hi D , Megnet rotor causing prob, crank off need to make up 4mm . Can I fit rotor on ch,set side.
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      Charliefox
      Charliefox
      Can you check out a pedalling sensor using a multimeter? I never got the ring and magnet to work with my Bafang motor.I tried different mounted magnets to get an optimum distance....1mm..2mm. Never worked though and I guess I'm happy with the twist throttle. Not sure if I wanted only a choice of 3 speeds since even the lowest setting is round 11mph which on twisty offroad trails is a bit much.
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      BonanzaPilot
      BonanzaPilot
      The batt on my Wisper 905 se dies after a mile. It has not been used much for a couple of years how do I 'rejuvenate' it please? Much appreciate any help you can give.
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