Well, I just learned that the issue is most troublesome with aluminum and alloy forks with high powered motors.in space without gravity or friction or other factors, does an infinite loop have a back or front? so I am guessing the which ever position where the t arm rides on top using gravity to help secure it.
as usual feel free to ignore me
PS in space if it fails can we hear you swear ?
Is it best practice to put a wheelie bar on a 1600 cc VW Beetle. Or is it "silly"Why risk a problem when best practice means using a torque arm. Kinda silly IMO. I wouldn't install a hub kit or work on any bike not built using the best and safest practices.
LOL, well there are exceptions to every rule. If the VW has a v8 installed in it for instance.My vote would be silly.
I think the chance of a hub motor with no torque arm tearing up a fork or a drop out is MUCH more likely that a (any!) VW needing a wheelie bar......
Its a 250 watt on a steel fork . Came that way on my BTN Fat AWD .