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    Battery powered bike

    check out my science project
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    is this thread great or what
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    wtf? you look like a moron..

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    haha

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    I hope I'm missing something, but that's going to be a lot of weight for a crappy old U brake. I would also throw a slick on the back. Good concept though.

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    yea

    Quote Originally Posted by DanD
    I hope I'm missing something, but that's going to be a lot of weight for a crappy old U brake. I would also throw a slick on the back. Good concept though.
    i wont be doin any hills so it should do the job only needs to go like 2.5 miles or so

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    what? no flux capacitor?

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    Vsuros prophecy is comming true!!!! This is the apocalypse OMG

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    What in tarnation?

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    Btw I love the grips, gives the bike a nice ghetto touch

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    Add a electro throttle.
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    Hmmm.....All metal bike....Lots of electricity....I think I would atleast put on rubber grips!
    But other then that umm.....goodluck!
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    its a science project you c0cksvckers
    hes not planning on really riding with it

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    yea, what happens when you hit 88MPH?
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    that loks like it has 2.83 gigawatz! LOL
    todd... i lol at work man.

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    Interesting stuff, instead of that wheel that grabs the rear wheel to spin it you should do a direct chain drive, be much better and you wouldn't have to worry about stripping those wheels.

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    Man, that things going to make the situation intresting when it tips over (unsealed lead/acid batteries are fine upright, get them on their side, and you have hydrochloric acid everywhere)
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    Quote Originally Posted by themarsvolta55
    its a science project you c0cksvckers
    hes not planning on really riding with it
    That takes all the fun out of it, all science projects need to be tested.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shredder111
    Interesting stuff, instead of that wheel that grabs the rear wheel to spin it you should do a direct chain drive, be much better and you wouldn't have to worry about stripping those wheels.
    or wider wheel
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    those are some bomb @$$ grips!
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    lol friction drive, i had forgotten about it completly... good luck
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    Way to go with the "constructive criticism!"

    Going back to shredder's comment, the drivetrain is practically set up with the gearing system. Why not take advantage of that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by TrikeKid
    Man, that things going to make the situation intresting when it tips over (unsealed lead/acid batteries are fine upright, get them on their side, and you have hydrochloric acid everywhere)
    battery acid is yuummy i put in in my eyes
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    Quote Originally Posted by shredder111
    Interesting stuff, instead of that wheel that grabs the rear wheel to spin it you should do a direct chain drive, be much better and you wouldn't have to worry about stripping those wheels.
    well dude if i did a direct drive i would go like 100mph because the motor spins at 1140rpms and there wouldnt be a gear big enough to gear it down...so lay off the design man

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    theres an actual product on the market that does this
    its mounted in a rack

    but urs is wayy cooler looking becase of the ghetto factor
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    man

    Quote Originally Posted by free-rider_down-hiller
    Hmmm.....All metal bike....Lots of electricity....I think I would atleast put on rubber grips!
    But other then that umm.....goodluck!
    the batteries are secure nathan they aint gonna touch the frame

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