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EVcycle
08 September 2010, 1856
Ahhhhhh, the good old days. My first posts.

Just wanted to say Hi!

We are just completing a electric 1993 Vulcan and now are working on two Drag bikes.

Please email me if you have any questions.

www.juiceddragracing.com

Take care!!!

Ed
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Hell, yea!!! Got any details, pictures, etc.?
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Hey Mike!

http://74.52.154.242/~etracing/Main.html

will get you to the Cruiser page.


www.juiceddragracing.com

is the whole web site. I will be adding info and photos weekly.


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Nice web pages, Ed. Thanks for sharing your experience.

I noticed that on all of your builds, you're using the stock rear sprockets, instead of going much larger to enable lower gear ratios.

How is the acceleration on the drag bikes with the Etek RT?
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dude, cool as hell!

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The RT motor has great torque.

The rear Sprokets are 48 to 50 tooth and the front is anywhere from a 11 to 15. The lighter the bike, the higher the front sproket can be.

The crusier has so much torque that I had to turn down the controller from 300 AMP start/150 cruise to 225 start/150 cruise so I could extend the MPC (miles per charge).

It still keeps up with any traffic.

The 95 Ninja 250 is a great choice for a conversion. If you organize your batteries right, it will be a great ride!

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Ed, that is one fabulous site you have there... very informative. Nice job!!!
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Hey great job. You cranked out three bikes before most of us did one!

from electric orange build p.5
> The Alltrax motor controller is mounted in the original small battery bay under
> the seat to keep it dry and close to the motor.

I had the same idea. It seems like the perfect spot. But I spoke with the fine people at Alltrax about it and the guy on the phone chuckled. He said "Our controllers don't blow up often, but when they do, they really pop! I wouldn't want to be sitting on one, at least not if you ever want to have children." I'm going to find another spot for mine.
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Sniff sniff.....

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eronsilva
04 October 2010, 1332
Thank you so much for reposting this. Exactly what I was looking for. Good looking conversions, too!

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04 October 2010, 1554
:) :) :) :)