UC Pro Step through frame prototype build pics. Painting / Decal / lights etc will be done in Boston.

pushkar

Well-Known Member
Is the downtube in frame battery a 48 v 14ah or 52 v 14ah? relative range with pedal assist and fairly flat terrian?
@TomD and @Ayl can you please comment on the range you are getting?

I anticipate around 16wh / mile , so 52*14/16 = ~ 45 miles on this battery.

On the add-on 17ah battery expected range is 55 miles.

Total with dual battery is 45+55= 100 miles
 

Edrummer

Member
@TomD and @Ayl can you please comment on the range you are getting?

I anticipate around 16wh / mile , so 52*14/16 = ~ 45 miles on this battery.

On the add-on 17ah battery expected range is 55 miles.

Total with dual battery is 45+55= 100 miles
And what would the expected range of the Titan battery be?
 

Edrummer

Member
So then what is the price of a second down tube battery the 14A one ?
So early adopters are still looking at 38 total amp hours for those that chose the regular frame.
17ah in the downtube and 21 ah for the Titan.
The step thru would be 14 ah in the downtube and 21 ah for the titan ..... for a grand total of
34 ah. Is this correct?
 

pushkar

Well-Known Member
So early adopters are still looking at 38 total amp hours for those that chose the regular frame.
17ah in the downtube and 21 ah for the Titan.
The step thru would be 14 ah in the downtube and 21 ah for the titan ..... for a grand total of
34 ah. Is this correct?
So early adopters are
regular frame :17ah in the downtube 17ah in the seatpost on the downtube
step thru : 14 ah in the downtube 17ah in the seatpost

edited : spaced out for a few minutes and didnt see that earlier.
 
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pushkar

Well-Known Member
Sorry. i spaced out...

regular frame :17ah in the downtube 17ah on the downtube (not the seatpost)
step thru : 14 ah in the downtube 17ah in the seatpost
 

Zachdds

Member
How easy is it to detach the secondary battery bracket. Is it plug and play? 95% of my riding would be just fine with 14ah. I would like to be able to add bracket back in for the occasional long rides.
 

pennybags

Active Member
How easy is it to detach the secondary battery bracket. Is it plug and play? 95% of my riding would be just fine with 14ah. I would like to be able to add bracket back in for the occasional long rides.
I am basing this on my dual battery experience with my bike. The second battery mount is straightforward to remove. I’m expecting that it’s the 2-3 bolts to remove the mount and then removing the Anderson connectors from the converter.
 

elljefe

New Member
Sorry. i spaced out...

regular frame :17ah in the downtube 17ah on the downtube (not the seatpost)
step thru : 14 ah in the downtube 17ah in the seatpost
So no ability for a seatpost suspension (e.g. Kinekt) on the step thru right?