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won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 28, 2020 at 20:40
May 28, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
@BCDragon: bro!?!? You ok? Im sorry. Im woke. Evil eebs!! You need a tissue?
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 27, 2020 at 20:48
May 27, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
@BCDragon: dood!?!? Where ya at? I was just start to learn teh evils of the eeb. I need more reading material. More hypothesis. I hope youre not busy building up a new eebzzz!!!
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 27, 2020 at 1:45
May 27, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
@BCDragon: im hesitant to answer your hyperbolic meltdown but its too ez. It doesnt give you anymore tourque. It just allows the motor to stay engaged past 32km/h. Without more tourque it will only go faster on the flats. Your offroad mtb trail speed will be limited to what the trail dictates, as in corners, rocks, roots, so no different then current bikes except when your commuting. It'd be good for commuters to use on the road but it voids your warrantee(its detectable at warrantee) , uses more battery and will get too hot. Nice try. As for bikes with more tourque , the current king is the tq motor haibike with 120nm. It will climb slightly steeper and slightly faster. Youll clean a few more climbs and go a couple km/h faster. Its a marginal difference and the bike is really long and weighs 65lbs and your battery wont be lasting long at full power. Itd be nice to have in the quiver but you wont be flying up the hill and itll be cumbersome. Still fun but the whole idea of emtb's is to ride more mtb type trails with a bit of assist. The market wants more battery to go longer range and lighter because mtb traols are tight. To double the tourque on current bikes your bike would have to be crazy long, internal gearing bdcause freehubs and chains wouldnt last a week, heavy wide tires and youd need 3 x 10lb batteries to go longer than an hour and it'd weigh 100lbs. Even in 10 years when batteries are optimistically forecast to be half the current weight, the bike your melting down with fear over will be 90lbs.Thatd suck on mtb trail. The market doesnt want that. Now we're talking, get a moto or small pit bike and ride moto trails not tight mtb trails.
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 26, 2020 at 17:29
May 26, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
@BCDragon: you have no idea what youre talking about. Maybe read atleast a little bit before you start spewing the stoopid
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 25, 2020 at 13:40
May 25, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
You should get an ebike so you ride more and get in shape or not and just haul more coke and donuts
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 25, 2020 at 13:14
May 25, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
I actually think fazua are missing out on one market. They should offer a 200w battery. Then you could flh with your bike with a battery in it and have another in your carry on. Be a good travel emtb. You still have a regular mtb when the batteries are charging
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 25, 2020 at 11:44
May 25, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
@mountainsofsussex: i guess it depends on your use and your trails. Ive just been hitting lower trails close to home as the snow melts. 540w battery has been enough. If i had a fazua bike itd be for the xc trails without the motor/battery (no ebikes allowed there) or for an alpine rig. If im in the alpine id have my pack anyway to have food , jacket , first aid kit, extra water, extra tools etc etc. Packs made for emtb have a battery sleeve and backprotector. Dh trails im on my shimano powered emtb. When i get an extra battery itll be in the truck
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 25, 2020 at 11:35
May 25, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
@NotNamed: nothing against regular mtb's. Ive been riding a regular bike since the early 80's. Sold my frame last year and want to get something to replace it but i keep thinking a fazua equipped bike would cover that, with the motor/battery removed(one of the highlights of a fazua bike its 2 bikes in 1) and also be a lightweight emtb to compliment my shimano motor equipped yt decoy. Once you put a week on the emtb you want to make sure you have a back up. You want to always have that option. Climbing moto trails now and theyre too steep for regular bike and early season it was nice to go everywhere and keep myself at endurance pace gain fitness and be able to go everyday.. more apt to explore around town now too sound i found a bunch of new trails this year .
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 25, 2020 at 11:21
May 25, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
You put in your time. In the 80's and early 90's there was no one out there to bitch. Its your sport. Go get one and have fun.
won-sean-animal-chin ralf-hauser's article
May 25, 2020 at 11:15
May 25, 2020
Ridden & Rated: 4 of the Best eMTB Motor Systems for 2020 - Bosch vs Brose vs Shimano vs Fazua
@DoubleCrownAddict: great points. I have some moto foam in mine but i should take it apart and cover the bearing with grease. Mine is shinamo. Rumour has it that their new motor has the same mounting pattern. Im hoping one of the kmprovements on the new motor is a dependable and owner replaceable bearing like their mtb bottom brackets. The actual motor last, its the bearing failures and lack of ez replacement thats the problem. Shimano bearings are buried behind the mother board
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