Yes, Bafang makes one. They're rating it as a 750/1000w. Actually sourcing it is kind of a challenge. And trying to make any sense out of the motor rpms rating is nearly impossible.does bafang make a 750 watt hub motor designed to be laced with a 27.5 wheel for a 2.8 tire
Not as far as I know.are there any e bikes with that motor you showed in the link?
I think this is a new motor. That's why there is so little info available for it. Nobody is using it yet, possibly because of it power rating. When you get legal, anything over 750w makes it off road only in the US.are there any e bikes with that motor you showed in the link?
That is the MAC motor factory. Typically they would sell a single motor as a “sample” then require a multiple motor order. I don’t remember the MOQ nor did I look for the number in your post. I’ve always found them easy to work with.I ran across this the other day, but no experience with them-
Yes, the one with all the useful data? Teasing my friend you've mentioned your disappointment before.that huge display
Yeah I don't like that big display.I think this is a new motor. That's why there is so little info available for it. Nobody is using it yet, possibly because of it power rating. When you get legal, anything over 750w makes it off road only in the US.
The only other non fat 750 I can think of is the Juiced bike - which is a complete mystery to me.
I refuse to consider ANY GMAC option until they replace that huge display that should have been replaced years ago. -Al
I knew you were reaching for my chain..... I figure if I mention it enough, MAYBE the right somebody will get the message!Yes, the one with all the useful data? Teasing my friend you've mentioned your disappointment before.
I'm not bothered at all.
In fact, I really dislike every Bafang BBSxx series display except the old C965. I still use a C961when I can.
None of which are pretty.
There's absolutely no reason CA-3 needs to be that big. None. That looks like a gadget from 1970s or 1980s.I knew you were reaching for my chain..... I figure if I mention it enough, MAYBE the right somebody will get the message!
Regarding "superior functionality", like you, willing to learn/adapt. Please tell me what else would need to be displayed, AFTER initialy setting up. Much more available, but this is what you'll be looking at most of the time. In other words, info at a glance.
KT LCD (mono) exact battery voltage available with 2 clicks
All 3 of these are compact displays, measuring about 2.5 x 4" (+/-)
Egg Rider - and let's keep it simple. I don't even own a smart phone
Nice, though a little compact, display -about 2x3". There could be some setup issues.
Granted, to fully utilize it's capabilities, a degree in electrical engineering would be nice. WAY over the top for most of us. If you look at the pictures it should be pretty easy to see. 2 lines of data, really? I couldn't find the actual dimensions, so big will have to suffice...
I do admit that my preferences may not be shared by all, but it should not take much to see the CA-3 DISPLAY is clearly/badly outdated as compared to others that are available. It needs updating badly to match the quality of the display up with it's capabilities. -Al
I’m one of the dullest bulbs here. Me thinks you do protest to much. You post and help fellas here we’ll beyond the difficulties of a CA3. But we’ll agree to disagree. The CA3 is a support staff dream. For me.WAY over the top for most of us.