What are the options for an electric vehicle?

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he has been using it for 2years as his daily ride, his wife has one too.
he just got that later model recently.
they retail for double what he paid
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beaker wrote: Mon Jul 18, 2022 9:11 pm
Kammekor wrote: Mon Jul 18, 2022 8:56 pm
nemo wrote: Mon Jul 18, 2022 7:14 pm
Kammekor wrote: Mon Jul 18, 2022 7:08 pm
nemo wrote: Fri Jul 15, 2022 5:47 pm the X9 model is $899 with your choice of color. Top speeds of about 50-55kph. Removable battery for easy charging and a range of about 50km
3000 watt, 200 kg capacity
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The designs seem to be getting more practical
Check the front fork. Imagine some heavy breaking with the proposed 200kg load at just 40 kph and I can tell you what will happen ....
got a picture of your scooter?
Similar, quoted 140kg incl bike, so about 100kg. Similar fork.
What is the Voltage ? This sounds way too good to be true with that top speed and distance just a decent (not the best) Li-ion battery pack with that capacity would be more than that price. The chinese have some very sketchy battery packs so make sure to test it (speed and distance) before buying and price the availability, type and price of a replacement battery.
My kid's bike isn't as large as the one pictured, but the front fork is. It's incredibly small, to be honest. It has a 24V battery pack, runs at 40 kph max and can do about 25k on one load at that speed. However, when battery runs dry it will automatically reduce the speed, no matter what.
It's a pretty shitty bike, already had to replace one tyre after about 800 km's, but they cost next to nothing too.
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I am also thinking of replacing my trusted specialized city (13 years old.... still looking very good, it's not her it's me....) with an e-bike to avoid getting back in the tube when we finally get back to work. I have my eyes on a Kalkhoff Endeavour 7B Advance, with the new-gen Bosch CX. I am tall and big (2m and 120kg... hopefully going down soon....)
I read quite a bit about the bike and tried one at Velorution.
I've read people have had quite a few issues in the past that seem to be linked to a specific powertrain.
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Richardawsone wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 5:57 pm I am also thinking of replacing my trusted specialized city (13 years old.... still looking very good, it's not her it's me....) with an e-bike to avoid getting back in the tube when we finally get back to work. I have my eyes on a Kalkhoff Endeavour 7B Advance, with the new-gen Bosch CX. I am tall and big (2m and 120kg... hopefully going down soon....)
I read quite a bit about the bike and tried one at Velorution.
I've read people have had quite a few issues in the past that seem to be linked to a specific powertrain.
Are you just spamming forums to promote your spammy link in your signature?

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beaker wrote: Mon Jul 18, 2022 6:34 pm


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Why does that photo look like it is of a doll's house?
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Khmu Nation wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 8:05 pm
beaker wrote: Mon Jul 18, 2022 6:34 pm


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Why does that photo look like it is of a doll's house?
I took the picture with my phone in Portrait Mode which blurs the background and focuses on the subject.
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beaker wrote: Wed Sep 28, 2022 7:50 am
Khmu Nation wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 8:05 pm
beaker wrote: Mon Jul 18, 2022 6:34 pm


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Why does that photo look like it is of a doll's house?
I took the picture with my phone in Portrait Mode which blurs the background and focuses on the subject.
next time set it apx 2 feet out from a blank wall
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mannanman wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 6:30 pm
Richardawsone wrote: Tue Sep 27, 2022 5:57 pm I am also thinking of replacing my trusted specialized city (13 years old.... still looking very good, it's not her it's me....) with an e-bike to avoid getting back in the tube when we finally get back to work. I have my eyes on a Kalkhoff Endeavour 7B Advance, with the new-gen Bosch CX. I am tall and big (2m and 120kg... hopefully going down soon....)
I read quite a bit about the bike and tried one at Velorution.
I've read people have had quite a few issues in the past that seem to be linked to a specific powertrain.
Are you just spamming forums to promote your spammy link in your signature?

Tube?


No! :facepalm: I just removed the signature
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