E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » May 19 2020 12:15pm

Theodore Voltaire wrote:
May 15 2020 8:24pm
I'm 67 so I don't give a crap what you think. :lol:

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BRAPPP!!!!!

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Post by Rix » May 19 2020 12:15pm

1abv wrote:
May 19 2020 1:33am
SOOO MUCH SLIME....

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We need some "thumbs up" like buttons on ES.

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Post by 1abv » May 19 2020 12:30pm

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Found this old graffiti wall whilst repairing a trail.. mmmm...I have to make a Machete mount...

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Post by 1abv » May 20 2020 10:55am

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Spear grass.... sucks. It gets in your socks, shoes, everything... but its worth it..

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » May 20 2020 6:40pm

I got some exciting wheelie footage. My son did all the camera work.



I finally get to show my wife our movie, and her first response is "what do you think you are, 10 years old?" sheez. So what if I do?
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Post by 1abv » May 21 2020 5:21pm

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Down in the valley so low.....

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » May 21 2020 7:18pm

Theodore Voltaire wrote:
May 20 2020 6:40pm
I got some exciting wheelie footage. My son did all the camera work.



I finally get to show my wife our movie, and her first response is "what do you think you are, 10 years old?" sheez. So what if I do? Then she mad fun of the soundtrack. She doesn't get it.

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » May 21 2020 7:25pm

I'm getting better, and better at wheeling over that track because when you only have one camera, you have to repeat the whole scene for every camera angle.

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Post by 1abv » May 22 2020 1:34pm

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Puffy Clouds...

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Post by Rix » May 22 2020 5:13pm

True that CD, repeated attempts at wheelies makes for better wheelies.

@ ABV, nice pics. thanks for posting.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by amberwolf » May 22 2020 6:41pm

Rix wrote:
May 19 2020 12:15pm

We need some "thumbs up" like buttons on ES.
Well, there's these in the smilies:
:bigthumb: :thumb:

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Post by Cowardlyduck » May 22 2020 8:59pm

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Post by Pete de Vries » May 23 2020 5:11am

Hi all, my first post here. Im down in Tassie, Australia. I have a Stealth p7/p7r 1500w . Done near 2000km on it so far. Its currently stock apart from replacing the rear rim with a 26"one. I did that to get a bit more torque out of it as i live in a pretty mountainous steep area. My question is... i could really do with significantly more torque for the steep hills here as it goes out on high temp at times, and my ageing knees not helping matters... i have read about a few possible hub motor replacements inc the 2 speed hub or a high torque unit ( cant recall the model of it sorry). Would anybody be able to help me out please with some info on a suitable replacement hub motor that hopefully still works on the stock battery etc. Mine is optioned with the bigger battery too. I would think i could really do with around double the low speed torque, yet it would be nice if it would still do 45-50 kph flat out ! Apart from the lack of hill climbing ability , the bike is fantastic 😍. Thankyou for any assistance. Regards from Pete.

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » May 23 2020 9:24am

Cowardlyduck wrote:
May 22 2020 8:59pm
Very enjoyable video Cd.

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Post by Rix » May 23 2020 10:59am

Pete de Vries wrote:
May 23 2020 5:11am
Hi all, my first post here. Im down in Tassie, Australia. I have a Stealth p7/p7r 1500w . Done near 2000km on it so far. Its currently stock apart from replacing the rear rim with a 26"one. I did that to get a bit more torque out of it as i live in a pretty mountainous steep area. My question is... i could really do with significantly more torque for the steep hills here as it goes out on high temp at times, and my ageing knees not helping matters... i have read about a few possible hub motor replacements inc the 2 speed hub or a high torque unit ( cant recall the model of it sorry). Would anybody be able to help me out please with some info on a suitable replacement hub motor that hopefully still works on the stock battery etc. Mine is optioned with the bigger battery too. I would think i could really do with around double the low speed torque, yet it would be nice if it would still do 45-50 kph flat out ! Apart from the lack of hill climbing ability , the bike is fantastic 😍. Thankyou for any assistance. Regards from Pete.
Do you have the older Bafang hub motor or the newer MAC? To do this right, if you go with a 10 or 12 turn Mac, I went with a 12T for more thrust at the cost of less top speed on 24" rims. I also hung the controller on the outside of the frame as I went with a bigger 9Fet until rated for 30 amps, and a CA2.4 analyst. Plenty quick now.
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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Rix » May 23 2020 11:01am

Cowardlyduck wrote:
May 22 2020 8:59pm
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I think if I ever leave Nevada, I am going to Canberra. Neat areas? Thanks CD for posting the vid, good stuff.

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Post by Pete de Vries » May 23 2020 6:09pm

Wow Rix thats a heavily modified P7 !! My bike is serial number 41. I remember when i ordered it that they said mine came with the latest upgraded battery pack. I just looked at the motor. Cant see a brand name on it but it does have a part number (M20171-0036) . Hope that helps mate. Im afraid im a real novice on the ebike scene, so would really appreciate advice on what motor etc to buy to get me up these hills ! I specialise in machining, tig welding and fabrication but ive always stayed out of the electronics game. Cheers mate.

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Cowardlyduck » May 23 2020 6:32pm

Theodore Voltaire wrote:
May 23 2020 9:24am
Very enjoyable video Cd.
Thanks!
Rix wrote:
May 23 2020 11:01am
I think if I ever leave Nevada, I am going to Canberra. Neat areas? Thanks CD for posting the vid, good stuff.
Thanks!
Yeah, I only moved to Canberra from Sydney about 8 years ago. So glad I did...Sydney made me feel like a monotonous zombie walking on a pollution spewing treadmill machine. I was prepared to move almost anywhere within Australia, and didn't really pick Canberra specifically...my work just had an opening and I took it.
Canberra is great as it's a big enough city for all your needs, but at the same time surrounded by bush (with MTB trails), beautiful mountains and not too far from the coast and snow (2-3 hours each). I don't think I'll ever leave this place now. :)

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by Theodore Voltaire » May 23 2020 7:42pm

Pete de Vries wrote:
May 23 2020 6:09pm
Wow Rix thats a heavily modified P7 !! My bike is serial number 41. I remember when i ordered it that they said mine came with the latest upgraded battery pack. I just looked at the motor. Cant see a brand name on it but it does have a part number (M20171-0036) . Hope that helps mate. Im afraid im a real novice on the ebike scene, so would really appreciate advice on what motor etc to buy to get me up these hills ! I specialise in machining, tig welding and fabrication but ive always stayed out of the electronics game. Cheers mate.
Metal fabrication, and bikes go together like peanut butter, and jelly. I have a hacksaw, a vise, a big hammer, plus a voltmeter, an a cheap soldering iron. That makes me a very dangerous person 8)

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Re: E-S Stealth Electric Bike Owners

Post by david.albertelli » May 24 2020 11:15am

Can anyone help me with gears, i have the mk1 the knock off and it looks like i can install a cassette at the back but not at the chain ting as I cant see how I can attach a front derailuer. can anyone advise me please


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Post by 1abv » May 24 2020 1:01pm

Cowardlyduck wrote:
May 23 2020 6:32pm
Theodore Voltaire wrote:
May 23 2020 9:24am
Very enjoyable video Cd.
Thanks!
Rix wrote:
May 23 2020 11:01am
I think if I ever leave Nevada, I am going to Canberra. Neat areas? Thanks CD for posting the vid, good stuff.
Thanks!
Yeah, I only moved to Canberra from Sydney about 8 years ago. So glad I did...Sydney made me feel like a monotonous zombie walking on a pollution spewing treadmill machine. I was prepared to move almost anywhere within Australia, and didn't really pick Canberra specifically...my work just had an opening and I took it.
Canberra is great as it's a big enough city for all your needs, but at the same time surrounded by bush (with MTB trails), beautiful mountains and not too far from the coast and snow (2-3 hours each). I don't think I'll ever leave this place now. :)

Cheers
Wow.... Canberra must be heaven because coming from the states Syndey was amazing.. I wound up living there for several months and would again at any chance I can get! Granted I didn't have an ebike then..

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Post by david.albertelli » May 24 2020 2:54pm

Im building mine for the city, never even thought about actualy taking it off road, but seeing how easy it is to get about I need to find something like on your lots videos, Im gonna have to build 2 cause this one has alot of features that arent for thrashing it about. Can people who have had these for years, say what there best upgrades were please?


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Post by 1abv » May 25 2020 12:52am

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Reach the beach...

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Post by Theodore Voltaire » May 25 2020 9:07am

Give this poor bike some food before it starves to death

This is what a teenage Bomber looks like

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Post by Allex » May 26 2020 7:28am

Theodore Voltaire wrote:
May 21 2020 7:18pm
Theodore Voltaire wrote:
May 20 2020 6:40pm
I got some exciting wheelie footage. My son did all the camera work.



I finally get to show my wife our movie, and her first response is "what do you think you are, 10 years old?" sheez. So what if I do? Then she mad fun of the soundtrack. She doesn't get it.
Holy shit, impressive!

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