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A more expensive alternative to tsdz2

Posted: Jan 05 2020 12:33pm
by andrea_104kg

Re: A more expensive alternative to tsdz2

Posted: Jan 09 2020 9:59pm
by adamlogan
Hmm, where I live (Oregon USA) up to 1000 watt motors is permitted, but we can only pedal up to 20 mph. Why would I give up a 750 watt TSDZ2 motor for a 400 watt motor? Silence is irrelevant to me since I'm hard of hearing, although I'm sure many others would appreciate that. I thought it was magnetic resistance rather than mechanical that e-bikers needed to worry about? Maybe that was just the google translation.

Was pleased to learn about an alternative, there aren't enough options for e-bike conversion kits with torque sensing built in. Are there any others I should consider?

Re: A more expensive alternative to tsdz2

Posted: Jan 10 2020 1:35pm
by andrea_104kg
do you have a tsdz2? you should know that it is not a real 750w, it goes much less than my turbo levo which has 250w.
the engine is manufactured by a famous electric motor manufacturer in Italy, it has a real torque meter, an f.o.c. software and you can speak directly to the producer. The quality level is much higher than tsdz2 in all components.

Re: A more expensive alternative to tsdz2

Posted: Jan 11 2020 5:10pm
by michih.
How is the power compared to a Bosch or brose?

Mfg Michael

Re: A more expensive alternative to tsdz2

Posted: Jan 13 2020 6:04pm
by andrea_104kg
I hope you can use translator on the italian forum, there is a complete review

Re: A more expensive alternative to tsdz2

Posted: Jan 24 2020 1:54pm
by adamlogan
@andrea
If you’re talking stock right from the factory, sure.

I have a modified TSDZ2 from www.eco-ebike.com , added pre-flashed open source firmware from Casinho, metal gear and cooling mod, so it can handle the higher watts.

I’m not trying to diss the Hillraiser motor, just trying to understand it’s unique characteristics better and what it offers vs what I have now. Comparing specs alone is just a small part of the equation..