What the new (Swiss) EFlow Nitro looks like

JayVee

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Stockli (the ski maker) sells the EFlow Nitro here in Switzerland. The new model is dubbed "Stockli ET2" and comes with a GoSwiss Drive. Previously you could "build to order" and select whether you wanted a 250W or 500W drive and select the battery size too. It seems this will still be the case. They've upped the max battery capacity to 964 Wh. Some specs are given below. It probably won't make it to the US market in this form, but for those who are curious...

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Motor GoSwissDrive 500W
Akku 522Wh / 724Wh / 964Wh
Radgrösse 29"
Gabel headshock 35mm
Schalthebel Sram GX 1 x 11
Schaltwerk Sram GX 1 x 11
Kurbel FSA Comet 46T
Kassette Sram 10-42
Kette Sram 11s
Bremsen Shimano M615
Nabe vorn Shimano SLX 15mm
Pneu Onza Allegra 29 x 2.25
Licht vorn Supernova E3
Licht hinten Supernova E3 taillight
Gepäckträger Tubus
Fahrradständer Hebie eBike
 

Ann M.

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Very interesting, JayVee, I've liked the handling of the earlier EFlow Nitros that were with the speed motor. Nimble, good components and less pricey than some other similar type ebikes. The brand arrived a little too early for the American public and probably would have done better had it more watt hours for the battery like the newest version you describe.
 

Douglas Ruby

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Seems to use the same 250W or 500W GO Swiss Drive motor as the Specialized Turbo. Excellent choice. With the 522Wh battery and the 250W hub should be in the Turbo or Turbo X range. With the 500W hub and 724Wh battery should be similar to the Turbo S. But that 964Wh battery with the 250W motor should allow range around 70miles (115Km).
 

JayVee

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Seems to use the same 250W or 500W GO Swiss Drive motor as the Specialized Turbo. Excellent choice. With the 522Wh battery and the 250W hub should be in the Turbo or Turbo X range. With the 500W hub and 724Wh battery should be similar to the Turbo S. But that 964Wh battery with the 250W motor should allow range around 70miles (115Km).

The comparison with the Turbo is interesting. In its previous iteration, this bike had 30 speeds, but they have now dropped that to 11 just like the Turbo. One notable difference is that the ET2 comes with the official GoSwiss computer display (seen below), which has been entirely revamped. The battery is prepared by Varta. I used the previous iteration (ET) for 6 months and was generally happy with the bike and drive system.

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JayVee

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What is the power cut off speed? My nitro goes to about 28 and I really enjoy that I can get places quicker.

45Km/h. But when the battery is under about 40% it gets more and more difficult to maintain speeds above 42-43km/h. At least with the older version of the bike which I spent quite a bit of time riding.