What motor could I fit in this space

KirstinS

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I bought a shaft driven , alfine 8 hybrid (700c). Disc brakes

looking to do a front conversion for obvious reasons .

What motor options would you suggest. The bike has the following measurement (taken by my old man as I don't have the bike with me !)

36v essential so I can swap batteries , speed more important than torque for my flat commute. 20 to 22mph would be ideal, I expect to pedal all the time






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Nealh

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Nealh

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Also if you are able to enter the old Elifebike.com for small hubs though my pc redirects me to the knew PSWPower domain.
 

KirstinS

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#4
Thanks Nealh

Not keen on the xiongda as I'd have to buy bare motor plus build etc

Rather buy in UK if poss.

I'll check Woosh as I initially thought the space was smaller and their hubs wouldn't fit


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KirstinS

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Nealh

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Nealh

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Haven't found a Xofo 7, do you have link.
Just twigged Mxus XF07 :rolleyes:.

Depends on the rpm for your cruising speed, Tony or Andy will know what their one is wound for.
 
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KirstinS

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Haven't found a Xofo 7, do you have link.
Just twigged Mxus XF07 :rolleyes:.

Depends on the rpm for your cruising speed, Tony or Andy will know what their one is wound for.
Yes I meant xf07 not xfo7 ! I've sent Andrew an email to see what they have (i've included the bike and fork pics to help)




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