All good practical advice! Thanks IanAlso say
- What you expect to use the kit for? (range, hills, on/off road, weight, your fitness)
- How much you expect or are willing to pay?
- How good are you at bike mechanics (fitting kits is mostly not hard)?
- How expert at bike electrics?
- If you buy a complete kit from the likes of Woosh you know it will all work together and you'll get expert after sales advice if needed. (That was the route I went.)
- If you are happy to buy separately you might save a bit or get something more tailored to your needs, but there are lots of compatibility pitfalls from electrical details to connector types.
- Post on here and you will get advice on what to buy, and if you've chosen separate bits whether they will work together.
Would the people who offer to review the kits get to keep them ?Yes I'd like to see this too. I would guess a lot of people would. Short of some heroic effort to buy all kits and compare them is there a techie way to collate this info from around this site?.... Or is that just called the search bar?! ;D