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  1. Steve J H

    Where would you recommend buying e-conversion kits from?

    Purchased a couple of kits from PswPower pre brexit, great price and fast delivery. Although PswPower still include England in the list of VAT and duty paid countries on their website, I think we are still liable for customs and VAT. I tried to clarify this with Alice at PswPower, she said they...
  2. Steve J H

    Help! Advice on choosing rear hub motor/kit

    Hi Tony My BBS01 was underwhelming on stock programming. A few adjustments made a huge improvement to performance.
  3. Steve J H

    Help! Advice on choosing rear hub motor/kit

    Thanks, very informative. Seems like I would be better to source individual components to tailor the end result.
  4. Steve J H

    Help! Advice on choosing rear hub motor/kit

    Thanks, a good endorsement. I have been to Woosh a couple of times to look at various models, unfortunately all to small despite Tony's best efforts to adjust. Ended up down the self build route
  5. Steve J H

    Help! Advice on choosing rear hub motor/kit

    Thanks Nealh Current set up is 17.5ah 36vBBS01B gives me 40 mile range average with fairly high assistance levels, would like to at least match this. Would like to stay at 250w if possible, sorry my reference to 1000w was a clumsy attempt at humour. 350w seems popular amongst forum members, is...
  6. Steve J H

    Help! Advice on choosing rear hub motor/kit

    Hi All Looking at DWG22C 48v 250w 60nm from Woosh, they only supply with 12ah battery, prefer 15ah. Any alternative recommendations would be very welcome. Currently enjoying my BBS01 but time for another build. I know a hub motor won't climb like a mid motor but looking for a more relaxed ride...
  7. Steve J H

    Lekkie Buzz barr or alternative

    Thanks Nick, the pictures are really helpfull
  8. Steve J H

    Lekkie Buzz barr or alternative

    Are they the E6000, how is the offset compared to original? Thanks Steve
  9. Steve J H

    Alternative to Lekkie crank arms

    Yes I agree, problem is finding the correct offset for the L/H crank. I know £100 for a pair of Lekkie crank arms sounds ridiculous but should fix the pedal alignement.
  10. Steve J H

    Alternative to Lekkie crank arms

    Thanks for the reply, look top quality
  11. Steve J H

    Lekkie Buzz barr or alternative

    Hi All Looking at the Lekkie Buzz Bar, are there alternative products worth considering? Thanks
  12. Steve J H

    BBS01b progamming questions

    Many thanks for the replies, very helpful. All sorted
  13. Steve J H

    BBS01b progamming questions

    Thanks thats great
  14. Steve J H

    BBS01b progamming questions

    H All Could do with some advise/sugestions regarding BBS01b programming the following, current settings in brackets basic max current (15A) low batt cutoff (31v) throttle throttle mode speed or current (Speed) Start voltage (11) End voltage (25) Start current (10) Pedal assist Start current...
  15. Steve J H

    Wheels. Rims and spokes to be precise.

    Thanks for the advice guy's. Ready built double wall wheels with a QR freewheel hub seem to be thin on the ground at present. Would like to stick with freewheel as the current 14 -34 megarange 7 speed works well with the stock 44t Bafang chainring, otherwise would have considered a cassette...
  16. Steve J H

    Wheels. Rims and spokes to be precise.

    Hi Nealh Do you have a preferred vendor for rims, spokes & standard hubs. Prices seem to be all over the place on line. Looking for standard 700 X 19 rim & QR freewheel hub, nothing fancy. Thanks Steve
  17. Steve J H

    How critical is the number of chain links?

    I use this 118 link KMC chain from bankrupt bike parts, works well on my 8 speed and cheap as chips https://www.bankruptbikeparts.co.uk/6-7-speed-kmc-z50-118-link-3-32-cycle-chain-for-mega-range-derailleur-26-700c-350-000118-0001-00
  18. Steve J H

    White Lightning Clean Ride, anyone use it?

    Thanks for the info, just ordere Thanks form the recommendation, have just ordered one
  19. Steve J H

    White Lightning Clean Ride, anyone use it?

    Tried Clean Ride last year and found it performed as advertised, very quiet and smooth drive train. Particularly like the way the wax would flake of leaving the chain surprisingly clean. Only downside was I found it awkward to apply and hard to clean up any spillage. Best applied over rear cogs...