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    UC Pro Carbon Diamond frame pictures, Colors

    I was hoping for a reflective paint!!! If in white, that would be super.
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    Can I full throttle the UC Titanium from a stop in high gear?

    Kindernay doesn't display what gear you're in?
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    Rohloff vs. SA 3 Speed

    Try the Kindernay too!
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    UC Pro Diamond frame prototype build pics. Painting / Decal / lights etc will be done in Boston.

    Does the frame come to you unfinished, or does it come painted white? I'm a fan of this color combination as shown.
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    Quick update on Archon / Rohloff / Kindernay tests

    Wouldn't it be easier to just incorporate a similar motor cutoff into the Kindernay thumb shifter? Is that even doable?
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    WW UC Pro and beyond - color and personalization options

    Perfect. I really didn't want Suntour's branding on the bike. Any knowledge about reflective paint?
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    WW UC Pro and beyond - color and personalization options

    Can the font fork be painted? I know that it comes with the Suntour decals and all, but wondering if I can remove that branding permanently when the bike gets custom painted. Also, I can't quite tell on the Prismatic website, but are any of their colors reflective (for safety)?
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    WWSuperbike possible seat options

    I found this article to be helpful regarding riding position and styles: https://www.cyclingabout.com/saddle-comfort-for-cyclists-the-best-bicycle-touring-seats/
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    WWSuperbike possible seat options

    I've felt the same way about the saddle. It just looks uncomfortable and hard. But I can't find an article about saddles that doesn't place the Brook B-17 in it's top 5. So looking at all the other high end components that Watt Wagons has to offer, I decided that who am I to judge? I'll try...
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    Waiting for Wattwagon motor - USPS delays

    Thanks for changing the thread title to more accurately reflect what is happening.
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    WW UC Pro and beyond - color and personalization options

    @pushkar, of the stock colors (blue and silver) offered for the Superbike, which of the Prismatic Powders colors are the closest/exact pantone match? I see from their website that we can order free swatches, so I'd like to do that, and then see if I feel the need to customize.
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    Quick update on Archon / Rohloff / Kindernay tests

    Does the Kindernay shift under pressure?
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    First ride with the Archon X1 upgrade!

    Is this true? Let me rephrase, as I'm not doubting you @TomD. As a Superbike founders series owner, I'll be getting the 2300W motor. I've always envisioned detuning to 750W as I learn (this will be my first e-bike). So, you're saying that I can keep it tuned to peak power, but program the...
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    First ride with the Archon X1 upgrade!

    These are some amazing results then! @pushkar [using my best Samuel L Jackson voice imitating Frozone from The Incredibles]: "Where is my Superbike? [A distant "what?"] I said where is my Superbike????
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    First ride with the Archon X1 upgrade!

    @TomD & @Ayl what are the weight of your bikes? The Superbike is going to be over 70 pounds, so curious to know if your bikes are that heavy and getting these results.
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    First ride with the Archon X1 upgrade!

    That @pushkar does good customer service!
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    Carbon ?

    I'm not sure that the juice is worth the squeeze. I just read the article that @Mr. Coffee posted. Having to overbuild in certain areas now makes sense to me. Given that it's hard to find the areas of stress/damage, a limited weight savings, likely cost premium, the speeds that an e-bike...
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    Carbon ?

    I'm not sure why one would need to overbuild in carbon. Carbon fiber is a super strong material and used regularly in race cars (Formula 1 and Indy Car). My understanding is that as long as the fibers aren't layered in the same direction, you'll achieve structural rigidity. Your comment on...
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    Wheels: Spokes vs 5/6 point.

    Trying to learn. When I see new bike images, they often have 5/6 point "mag" wheels. Are these stronger/better than standard spoke wheels? They are certainly more aethetically pleasing (to me) u