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by billym444
7 Jan 2020, 6:29pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: 48v 250w motor
Replies: 16
Views: 654

Re: 48v 250w motor

ET model thats it, going to order one,
by billym444
7 Jan 2020, 10:27am
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: luna black box
Replies: 2
Views: 220

luna black box

ive just ordered one.

anyone know if you can up the voltage and power on a 750w. i no you can run the 1000w hd at 52v but not sure on the 750w or 500w
by billym444
7 Jan 2020, 10:25am
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: 48v 250w motor
Replies: 16
Views: 654

Re: 48v 250w motor

so little of subject. so if you have a 250w that can put out 576w then is it still uk road legal. im also a tad shocked that bafang have not brought out a 250w 48v yet. now i cant remeber its name. and modle and if some one please remind me, but bafang to have the high power 250w witch is a rebadge ...
by billym444
6 Jan 2020, 5:33pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: 48v 250w motor
Replies: 16
Views: 654

Re: 48v 250w motor

Tongsheng 48V 250W TSDZ2
by billym444
6 Jan 2020, 5:30pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: 48v 250w motor
Replies: 16
Views: 654

Re: 48v 250w motor

not herd of them, but i think theres little out there on 48v 250w mid drives, shame.
by billym444
5 Jan 2020, 5:10pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Replacement cells.
Replies: 8
Views: 471

Re: Replacement cells.

most packs can be recelled, though doesnt alway prove the cheapest option.

more info on the current pack will be needed.
by billym444
3 Jan 2020, 12:48pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

i am sorry for my dyslexic bickering, and its not my normal way, but the advice didn’t seem good to me. Anyway CRXandy great advice and the right direction in my opinion. To be honest I don’t post much on forums, and only joined because a friend on here though I may be able to offer advice and help ...
by billym444
2 Jan 2020, 2:52pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

but do have a read of the last bit of your link What Do We Think? It doesn’t really describe a new rider, And most people on here or any ebike forum will be put of with a 7ah battery, as its bloody tiny for a battery. and worse as it will be a small P so unless it has high draw cells (witch it doesn...
by billym444
2 Jan 2020, 10:30am
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

so if i could find the spell checker i would use it, but most people manange to read what i say. your advice is and was blinkered, you offered no reason why it would suit. Oldjohnw, who has just given sound advice seems to see the bike picture. why would you push a person into a £2000 bike with a ti...
by billym444
2 Jan 2020, 9:43am
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

Cugel

i can award you a prize as well,"i no more than anyone else as im the expert though ive probaly only ever own 2 electric bikes award" as to spelling well were all not great at it. but tend not to lauge at other peoples problems or pull them up without asking if they have a problem.
by billym444
1 Jan 2020, 5:55pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

i should add, not had a go of a Fazua system yet, bosch, shimano, the new GP, tsdz one system i got from wossh i believe so i have tried out most mid drive sytems. like you seem to be a big fan of Fazua, im the same with bafang. i dont think much beats them in the price range. but when i build a bik...
by billym444
1 Jan 2020, 5:15pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

also in the orginal post she said "My fitness level is extremely average and I haven't really cycled since I was about 20" so chance are there going to be a lot of power use for a while, so 7ah wont really cut it onless doing short runs. especially exploring hilly countryside. my opion aga...
by billym444
1 Jan 2020, 5:08pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

so as to 0 experance, well who knows. but if you wify is getting 50 miles then she has to be quite fit and out of a 7ah battery then cant be using the power much. thats simple maths. a 250w motor and a 250wh battery, i hour on full power. though that would never happen unless climbing a big hill. it...
by billym444
1 Jan 2020, 4:33pm
Forum: Electric bikes
Topic: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?
Replies: 31
Views: 981

Re: Best e-bike for smallish woman exploring hilly countryside (roads and mild off-road)?

heres my advice. lol good or bad lol go buy yourself a boardman mtx 8.6 with suspesion or the 8.6 without (lighter) £430 to £600 new get someone to fit a bafang 250w mid drive (colour screen) kit on it £450 to £550 get a decend 13ah to 17ah frame battery £300 to £400 so for £1200 to £1500 you have a...