The police in my area is selling a ebike that they found in a ditch.
It's an ebike from 2017 with a Yamaha PWseries motor, they don't know if the motor + battery will still work. It's an auction, so you have to bet on it.
The bike itself looks quite oke, only some screws are a bit rusty...
Sorry, i mean 30-35 km/h and derestricted. It almost looks if the ALP is a far better motor than the CX. The CX is powerfull and that's it. No other benefits.
I'm not sure if you ever tried the CX motor, but peddling harder than the engines support is not really doable.
Which motor would you prefer for travelling between home and workplaces in a flat country? (Tuning is possible)
Bosch Performance Line CX
- Powerfull, maybe therefore also a long durability
- Up to 120 cadance support
- Not efficient
- Without support, a lot of resistance
Thanks, that is helpfull.
I'm planning to buy the TSDZ2 or the BBSHD motor.
TSDZ2 Controller = 18A max
18A/5 = 3.6A
BBSHD Controller = 30A max
Based on the specs, I probably wouldn't notice a significant difference with using the Samsung Cells for the TSDZ2 motor? But probably i...
Thanks, so on the 2,3 and 5a the Samsung and the Sanyo's are quite close, the difference starts at 10a.
Now i'm trying to understand what it means. When is it important to have a straight curve at 10a?
In case it depends on the controller, for everything under the 30a, the Samsungs are ok...
I'm searching for a nice 52v battery for my ebike and i'm trying to decide which of the 2 below batteries is the best buy.
The price difference between the batteries is 100 euro (€ 392 vs € 492). They have the same voltage and Ah spec.
The other difference are the cells. the cheapest battery...
I'm planning to build my first e-bike but i'm doubting between 2 engines: the TSDZ2 or BBS02B.
I like the idea that when i press harder the TSDZ2 engine will support you more (superman legs). However, as i will be use it daily i have my doubts if it the smartest decision as not the best...