XF08C Rear Hub Kit WITH 17AH Battery From Woosh

Brianmrfq340

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jan 10, 2019
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#1
Well what can I say, I have just carried out my first ebike conversion using this kit purchased from woosh after scouring the forum's and deciding on this.
Great response from woosh bikes via email with my questions answered positively and promptly, Super fast delivery and even advise for fitting without even having to ask.
Would highly recommend this kit and woosh as a supplier for anyone thinking of buying a conversion kit.
Only fitted 2 days ago and have just completed 78 miles, Range is excellent on the 17ah battery pack and just lights up my face when the pas kicks in.
40 mile journey today with still 2 bars of battery remaining, Can't wait for my next outing.
Hope this helps people like me who were unsure of what to buy and where from.
Pictures of install to follow....
 
Jul 1, 2018
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Michelmersh SO51
#2
Yes - lets see some pictures!

You got the same kit as me - and got the same amazing service too.

I think Woosh should change their little tag line to read "Woosh makes happy customers". They are certainly much more than just "reasonable".
 

D C

Esteemed Pedelecer
Apr 25, 2013
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Cairngorm National Park
#3
I've been using the same kit for almost 2 years now, great advice and service from Tony and Andy at Woosh.
My well looked after 36 v 15ah battery seems as good as ever and the XF08C is pretty quiet and has all the power I need.
Well recommended.
Dave.
 

Brianmrfq340

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Jan 10, 2019
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#6
Before and after pics, just waiting on my delivery for topeak rear rack and pannier bags then it's complete
 

si_macc

Just Joined
Jan 24, 2019
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Good job! I’ve just started the process with the same kit on my Cube nature pro. Curious to know how exactly you mounted the battery on the frame? Did you use the rivnuts or just the bottle cage fixings?
 

si_macc

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#10
Thanks. So did you just use two of the three holes? I've used the two circled in red but not convinced its particularly stable! Good to hear you have had no issues though :)

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Brianmrfq340

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Jan 10, 2019
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#11
Yes mate just used the two holes and it's fine
 

minexplorer

Esteemed Pedelecer
Aug 22, 2017
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#12
Thanks. So did you just use two of the three holes? I've used the two circled in red but not convinced its particularly stable! Good to hear you have had no issues though :)

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def advisable to add a third via rivnut and the bigger M6 size too.they become wobbly otherwise i find.All that weight bearing on two tiny M5 screws.
 

daveboy

Esteemed Pedelecer
Sep 19, 2012
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pontefract
#13
I used a third rivnut plus 3 Velcro straps on my battery but I do use it off road

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JPGiant

Pedelecer
Sep 3, 2017
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West Yorkshire
#14
Nice conversion Brian.
What type of terrain do you travel on and who makes the mudguard set?
 

KirstinS

Esteemed Pedelecer
Apr 5, 2011
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Brighton
#15
I have the front conversion version. Same motor though (xf07)

Having had various hub motors and mid drives - im astonished at the torque in this little thing at 36v 18a (woosh supplied standard)

It won't go fast on my 700c wheels even destricted on the LCD. about 17mph max

But I'm very happy with it. It outperforms a bafang 250w I used to have by some margin on hills
 

KirstinS

Esteemed Pedelecer
Apr 5, 2011
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Brighton
#16
I use two holes in my hybrid (road only really )

But three on my hardtail which does proper off road
 

Brianmrfq340

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jan 10, 2019
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#17
Nice conversion Brian.
What type of terrain do you travel on and who makes the mudguard set?
A bit of a mix really, Mainly national cycle routes and a bit of off road
 

Brianmrfq340

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jan 10, 2019
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#18
Finally got round to putting on the rear rack and bag. 20190219_112720.jpg
 

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