AWD: Who's got the Rocky mountain Oysters???

schwankl

silent but violent
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utah
#3
... remember seeing brd0 and brd1 in MultiTool - assuming they were for controlling front and rear motors. Anyone know what BRD stands for?
 

Rix

Self proclaimed macho man extraordinaire
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Fallon NV
#4
So the bottom video show a bike with a Crystalyte 54xx hub motor. Probably a 5404 or 5403. That motor with the rim and tire probably weight north of 45 pounds. My thinking is it won't handle great.
 

Redwolf

My dog thinks I'm cool
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Brinnon, Wa.
#5
So the bottom video show a bike with a Crystalyte 54xx hub motor. Probably a 5404 or 5403. That motor with the rim and tire probably weight north of 45 pounds. My thinking is it won't handle great.
May not handle great at speed, but I wonder how it would work at low speed in very technical terrain... Looks like it would be fun research at any rate.