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  1. Sondors Red 60V 750Watts 7 Speeds The Sondors Red fat bike 60V 17.5ah battery, 35a controller, 750Watts motor, 7 speeds bike is now built and let's just say this is one fast bike. I ended up using the stock wheels, I may still upgrade the wheels at a later date. I may also add a suspension fork as well. Thank you Lindsey Nguyen for the 60V battery bundle and a few bonus parts. 60 V 17.5 ah battery 750 Watts Bafang 7 Speeds 11-32 60V LCD 740mm handlebar Other upgrades:, Seat, Seat post suspension, 53T crank and an upgraded throttle (no lights or power button
  2. SONDORS Red 27.5 Plus 3" 750Watts Some have asked for pictures for the Red SONDORS with the 27.5 Plus wheels. What makes this bike special? It's not the Passion eBike's custom 27.5 Wheels, 3" tires, 750 Watts motor, 35a controller, L3 52V battery, Luna lander suspension. It's not even the dual 46/36 chain rings and the 7 speeds gear set. This is the original custom red bike and can I dare to say, this is only one of its kind and it rides like a dream:)
  3. Red Sondors 60V 750Watts project Starting a new thread for the Sondors Red fat bike 60V 17.5ah battery, 35a controller, 750Watts motor, 7 speeds project. Should I lace the motor to new rims? Should I use the stock rims? Should I consider a switch to 27.5 Plus rims? How about a suspension fork? other upgrades for consideration, Brakes, Handlebar, Seat, Tires. Wonder how fast or how far? Stay tuned for more pictures and detailed progress reports. Appreciate your comments and input as this project gets underway.
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