STILL TRYING TO MAKR WIRK !

AHicks

Well-Known Member
Looks great. Now all you have to do is get that rear hub working, or swap it out for another one....
 

Ebiker01

Well-Known Member
what hub motor is that ?
Rim brakes on a powerfull ebike is a perfect reciepe for lots of brake pads purchases and dangerous braking.
 

Stibbs

New Member
Looks great. Now all you have to do is get that rear hub working, or swap it out for another one....
Yes sir , my friend already working on that, no final decisions, however, Ebikeling makes, or endorses, a 48v 1200w rear hub kit with enternal controller, and judging by the video (it's rear hub kit install vid ) I stumbled across. These two kits look identical the cases have exacting designs and the plug ins are all waterproof exactly like mine , good news is after I get price and availability from Ebikeling I will make a decision , because they have a similar kit controller. With exterior mount and very minimal wiring has the 9 pin connector the power leads couple grounds and that's it so for exterior perfect.... stay tuned for next week's edition "AS THE STATOR TURNS" STIBBS
 

Stibbs

New Member
Well done... congratulations! ;)

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Hey thanks my friend coming from you guys the boys in the bizz , I value your opinion
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Looks very good!
what hub motor is that ?
Rim brakes on a powerfull ebike is a perfect reciepe for lots of brake pads purchases and dangerous braking.
Yeah I know it's a voilamart , 48v 1500w internal nonworking hubkit . So I don't really need the brakes yet but I did weigh my options carefully knowing the risks with the pads I'm installing the I think 70mm Coolpad or coolstop they have a dual compound pad that gets me really close to mechanical disc. Very
 

BigMatt

Member
Yes sir , my friend already working on that, no final decisions, however, Ebikeling makes, or endorses, a 48v 1200w rear hub kit with enternal controller, and judging by the video (it's rear hub kit install vid ) I stumbled across. These two kits look identical the cases have exacting designs and the plug ins are all waterproof exactly like mine , good news is after I get price and availability from Ebikeling I will make a decision , because they have a similar kit controller. With exterior mount and very minimal wiring has the 9 pin connector the power leads couple grounds and that's it so for exterior perfect.... stay tuned for next week's edition "AS THE STATOR TURNS" STIBBS
That’s a good looking bike. The following is my Ebikeling kits:

1) 1200 Watt fat (26 inch) bike front and rear hubs. 80 AMP hours, but configurable to 120 AMP hours (if I add more batteries to front bag). Bike name is Weapons Grade... Great for Midwest winter riding, city commuting with great torque and traction. I wired the front and rear hubs to the same throttles and PAS systems and same batteries (draws over 50 AMPs at max power). Seamless all wheel drive.

2) 29 Inch 1500 Watt Kit (35 AMP draw). This is my summer bike. Put it on a Trek Verve Disk and installed my own air fork and put in hydraulic brakes that work with cable levers for extra stopping power. This thing flies...

3) 1200 Watt 26 Inch cruiser for the wife. Joy riding.

The Ebikeling kits have all been excellent and are easy to configure.

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rider893

New Member
That’s a good looking bike. The following is my Ebikeling kits:

1) 1200 Watt fat (26 inch) bike front and rear hubs. 80 AMP hours, but configurable to 120 AMP hours (if I add more batteries to front bag). Bike name is Weapons Grade... Great for Midwest winter riding, city commuting with great torque and traction. I wired the front and rear hubs to the same throttles and PAS systems and same batteries (draws over 50 AMPs at max power). Seamless all wheel drive.

2) 29 Inch 1500 Watt Kit (35 AMP draw). This is my summer bike. Put it on a Trek Verve Disk and installed my own air fork and put in hydraulic brakes that work with cable levers for extra stopping power. This thing flies...

3) 1200 Watt 26 Inch cruiser for the wife. Joy riding.

The Ebikeling kits have all been excellent and are easy to configure.

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Can you suggest a battery. Just assembling my first ebike 1200w rear ebikeling. Looking at a Luna 48v 13.5 shark or joysi 52v 14ah. Thanks for a NY help
 

Clyde

Member
I don;'t know much about hub motors, but I must say you appear to have done a great job on the paint! Is it DIY? Thinking about doing my forks in red to set off the sparkle-gray of my frame, and maybe the battery box and the rear hub if I can find a convincing way to tint aluminium.
 

BigMatt

Member
Can you suggest a battery. Just assembling my first ebike 1200w rear ebikeling. Looking at a Luna 48v 13.5 shark or joysi 52v 14ah. Thanks for a NY help
I bought the joysi one for my brother-in-law who built a 1200 Watt Kit, so I know that works:
Joyisi 52V 14AH / 48V 12.5 Ebike Battery for 1500W / 1000W Bike Motor, Lithium ion Bike Battery with Charger, USB Port, BMS Protection Board and Battery Level Light https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VYJD6J9/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_POFjFbF8G9EJ5

The key is to make sure the battery BMS can do at least 25 Amp constant discharge for1200 Watt. For 1500 W, you need at least 35 Amp continuous discharge

You can use either 48 or 52 V, although the 52 V will make your charge level look off.



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