2018 VoltBike Yukon 750 Limited unboxing video on YouTube

KoryOZ

New Member
#1
The audio isn't great, but thought I'd share because there just aren't enough VoltBike videos out there.

My unboxing video on YouTube.

I think the link above will take you to YouTube, but I'm going to post the link directly below to see if that will embed the video here to make it easier for everyone.


It's my first ever public video, so please keep feedback constructive.
 

Barry S

Well-Known Member
#2
Was the allen wrench that came in the toolkit the right size for the handlebar installation? Several other members stated they didn't get a wrench.
 

KoryOZ

New Member
#3
It was not included. I mentioned that in my video. I had one available at home, though. If you've ever assembled furniture from Ikea you almost certainly have lots of these lying around.
 
#6
Do not understand your comment, wattage and Class do not go hand and hand. It is Class 2 because limited to 20 MPH (about 22 on mine before it stops assist). Yes it could be made to go to 28 without that much issue, limited in locked software on controller. The motor used comes in two different winding's and this one is set for low end torque not speed. I think the M2S bikes are set to speed and RadRover is torque. Also the CUL or current level is available to end user so folks in Canada can easily adjust it from 10 amps (500w) to 15 amps (750w) once they get the bike anyway.
 

Timpo

Well-Known Member
#7
Do not understand your comment, wattage and Class do not go hand and hand. It is Class 2 because limited to 20 MPH (about 22 on mine before it stops assist). Yes it could be made to go to 28 without that much issue, limited in locked software on controller. The motor used comes in two different winding's and this one is set for low end torque not speed. I think the M2S bikes are set to speed and RadRover is torque. Also the CUL or current level is available to end user so folks in Canada can easily adjust it from 10 amps (500w) to 15 amps (750w) once they get the bike anyway.
Oh what I meant was that, they're willing to go up to 750W (above the Canadian legal limit) but not the speed limit.

The bike is restricted to 20mph to comply with the regulation. But if they really wanted to comply with the regulation, they should be setting the power to 500W or lower.

I'll give you an exaggerated example, let's say they're selling a 3000W ebike with 20mph speed limit to comply with the regulation. Well the limit is 500W, they're already breaking the regulation for the power, but not the top speed. So what I meant was that might as well make it a speed peledec anyways. Since it is technically not complying with the regulation for going up to 750W.

I think Juiced, Stromer, etc.. don't even bother to lower the specs to comply with 500W / 20mph Canadian regulation. I'm not saying it's good or anything, just saying that they're putting the power up to 750W anyways.