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  1. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

    Probably. I have hit 35mph on this road before. One of these days, I may have to do this on a race track where o can do it in both directions.
  2. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

    Speed test SONDORS 750WATTS, L3 52V, 35a https://youtu.be/Irv4Qe2Ilqo
  3. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

  4. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

  5. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

  6. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

    Adding more pictures for future reference
  7. Houshmand Moarefi

    LCD error 30 solved

    Senegal, did you see the two different types of displays being offered on the SONDORS website? Do you have an email exchange with SONDORS? I can try to get them to exchange the display for the right model, Please send me a private message with your your name and email address and I will send your information to them so they can contact you. https://sondors.com/search?type=product&q=Display
  8. Houshmand Moarefi

    Sondors Red 60V 750Watts 7 Speeds

    Booster, glad you like this bike. Most of my bikes have been upgraded with AVID BB7 mechanical brakes. I have been thinking about upgrading to hydraulic brakes. The AVID brakes work so well, I juts have not had the need. Hopefully soon.
  9. Houshmand Moarefi

    Sondors Red 60V 750Watts 7 Speeds

    Technically you can make this package work with a single speed but o don’t recommend it. The 60V battery requires a 35a controller which requires a 750watts motor. The 750 watts motor can be set up with a single speed rear gear but that will defeat the purpose of this upgrade. You really need to consider the 7 speeds and the front crank upgrade since you will be spinning out on 40T front crank and 16T rear freewheel.
  10. Houshmand Moarefi

    Sondors Dual Drive 2x750

    Matt, I am trying to find more 12 Magnet sensors for future projects. Did you ever find any that has the right plug for the KT controllers? The Titanium frame will make for a great project. Would love to see how the mid drive and front drive motors workout.
  11. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

    I used this bike to test the new GoPro 6 on Cherry Creek Bike Trail here in Denver. The SONDORS 27.5 Plus handled the curves very well. This is one of my favorite rides.
  12. Houshmand Moarefi

    SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts

    Good call on the video links.
  13. Houshmand Moarefi

    Sondors Dual Drive 2x750

    Like I said, Matt writes better than I take pictures:) As for me, I went with a 25a controller for the front motor to avoid some of scenarios Matt has mentioned. It also allows me to stretch a 48V 14ah battery to last as long as the rear 52V 20ah battery that's paired with a 35a controller. Both controllers are set up to run at C5=6 which stil yield a 32-34 mph top speed with plenty of torque for climbing and accerelation. Also the 25a front controller allows me to use the throttle with less of Matt's wild experiences..
  14. Houshmand Moarefi

    Sondors Dual Drive 2x750

    Matt writes better than I take pictures.
  15. Houshmand Moarefi

    Sondors Dual Drive 2x750

    @B-Dub- There is. Even though there is a way to connect both controllers to one Throttle. It's nice to be able to control them independently. As far as one display, you have two options: 1- use the display for the rear motor (it will show the speed and one battery voltage). 1.1 - follow what @MattRobertson is doing and connect one battery to power both motors (hence one display showing the volts remaining) 2- develop a dual output controller to power both motors. This one is costly and will require working with an electronics development company as this would be a new product. I have not found anything like this anywhere. For some reason I cant not upload the video I made for you. The pictures tell the story.
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