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baotp123 created the thread Cá Cược Liên Minh Huyền Thoại – LOL – LMHT.
" Cá Cược Liên Minh Huyền Thoại – LOL – LMHT[/b]
Tṛ chơi Liên Minh Huyền Thoại LOL. Một sân chơi thể thao điện tử chuyên nghiệp, nhộn nhịp hàng đầu thế giới. LMHT liên tục công ty các giải đấu tầm cỡ thế giới. Chuỗi giải đấu danh giá, nơi tụ hội các tuyển thủ chuyện nghiệp được huấn luyện và trả lương ko khác ǵ một vận cổ vũ thể thao. LOL có cộng đồng người chơi trực tuyến lớn nhất thế giới. 7 Năm một chặng tuyến đường của một tựa game. Ở Việt Nam game LMHT vẫn là sự chọn lựa bậc nhất của các người chơi trực tuyến. Với các trận thi đấu đỉnh cao xoành xoạch song hành là những kèo cá cược liên minh huyền thoại. Nhà cái KUBET đi cùng cộng đầy đủ giải đấu LMHT danh giá nhất.
https://lh4.googleusercontent.com/iy...6q02H8Aw8D-yKE
Liên Minh Huyền Thoại và đặt cược lol[/b]
  • Liên Minh Huyền Thoại công ty các giải đấu liên tiếp trong năm. Mỗi khu vực sẽ có giải đấu không giống nhau và được tổ chức theo mùa để tuyển lựa nhà vô địch. Mùa Xuân và Mùa Hè. Khu vực Hàn Quốc (LCK). Khu vực Trung Quốc (LPL). Khu vực Đài Loan (LMS). Khu vực Bắc Mỹ (LCS NA). Khu vực Châu Âu (LCS EU). Khu vực Việt Nam (VCS). Và đa dạng khu vực nhỏ khác.



    Trong một năm các giải đấu danh giá được tổ chức xen kẽ nhau. cho ra hệ thống giải và các cuộc đấu đấu liên tiếp không bị ngắt quăng. Giải Chung Kết thế giới. Giải MSI (Mid-Season Invitational). Rift Rivals.

Tỷ lệ cá cược Liên Minh Huyền Thoại[/b]
Trong LMHT có không ít kèo cá cược được đưa ra.
  • Kèo chấp (HDP).



    Kèo Tài / Xỉu (cách chơi cá cược tài xỉu lol).



    Kèo chiến thắng (Đội Vô Địch) (ML).



    Kèo cược theo từng trận 1 (Bo5 có 5 trận).



    Kèo chiến công đầu (Theo từng trận).



    Kèo 5 mạng Việc đầu tiên (Đội có 5 mạng đầu tiên).



    Kèo thời gian cuộc chiến (Trước hoặc sau 35 phút).



    Kèo Baron (Đội ăn Baron đầu tiên).



    Kèo Rồng (Đội ăn rồng đầu tiên).

https://lh3.googleusercontent.com/Rk...UXbqcThX9a6HQI
Nhà cái Ku89 sẽ cung ứng các thông tin chi tiết về các kèo trong từng cuộc chiến. Giúp các bạn có cái nh́n chính xác nhất trong hệ thống kèo cá cược Liên Minh Huyền Thoại. "

1 Hour Ago

caza replied to the thread BMW and Energica EV news.
" BMW shows us a concept scooter with a seat not made for a human, energica shows off real bikes you can buy today in a shape you already know and love. "

4 Hours Ago

caza created the thread New Member, want to start a Kymco Spade Conversion..
" Hey all.

Been an avid fan of electric since I was a kid. Sold my Zero SR recently, but I still want an electric bike. I want to convert my kymco for some fun around town.

It's a little 150cc motorcycle. It's great as is, but shifting is a drag after riding the zero for so long.
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I could really use advice on picking components. I would like it to be as powerful if not more than stock. (12.5hp @8500 RPM 8ft-lb @7000rpm) But I also want to keep the cost down as much ass possible. I'm not looking to make the grom-reaper or anything. Not a freeway bike, but targeting 60mph as a max speed just so I can keep up with traffic on the 40mph roads around me would be nice, but it does not need to sustain that speed.

I want to fabricate it in a way where everything bolts on and I can return to stock if I choose. This should be pretty straightforward with the way the ICE mounts to the bike.

The Kymco gets it's speedo and odo straight from the rear wheel, so I plan on leaving the stock instrument cluster and just adding a small voltage display for monitoring the battery.

I'm been looking at parts from monenergy, kelly, goldemnotor, etc and it's really hard to know what's actually going to be worth my money and what would be overkill for this project.

Most recently I've been fixated on this kit from denzel. Seems like it should be powerful enough for my goals, and the price for everything they include in the kit is hard to beat.

As for the battery, I was aiming for 72v, building it myself. Not 100% sure which cells I will use. I plan on building the battery after everything else is mounted and ready, this way I can maximize the batteries shape and size.

Any input is appreciated! "

8 Hours Ago

Spoonman replied to the thread 2021 BMW Vision DC Roadster.
" No chance. "

17 Hours Ago

Richard230 created the thread 2021 BMW Vision DC Roadster.
" Check out minute 12 of this otherwise annoying video. Could this bike actually be making it to BMW showrooms next year? I certainly didn't expect to see this EV arriving that soon:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yIERVhZeSqE "

1 Day Ago

Richard230 replied to the thread GM's new battery design.
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Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
It wont take too long to see salvage yards get em. YAYYYYY!!!
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2 Days Ago

Stevo replied to the thread GM's new battery design.
" It wont take too long to see salvage yards get em. YAYYYYY!!! "

2 Days Ago

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2 Days Ago

Richard230 created the thread GM's new battery design.
" An article in my newspaper today, written by Tom Krisher and published by the AP, says that GM has announced a breakthrough in battery chemistry. It will potential double the capacity of their batteries and cut the price by 60%. This could give their EV Bolt a range of up to 450 miles and should be available within 5 years.

"The new battery cell chemistry now undergoing early tests at a lab inside GM's suburban Detroit technical center, can hold twice as much energy as the company's current electric vehicle batteries" and will "also cost 60% less than current battery packs now in the GM Chevrolet Bolt", according to Doug Parks, GM executive VP of product development.

"The chemistry, which will use lithium metal anodes, will help GM package battery cells for a wide range of vehicles at different price points and ranges, Parks said. The new battery cells also will be used by Honda, which is partnering with GM and battery cell supplier LG Chem of Korea."

"He said GM will build its own batteries to take advantage of economies of scale as more electric vehicles are sold. 'We'll learn it. We'll perfect it. We'll scale it and we'll ride that cost curve down', Parks said."

So don't expect to see these batteries being sold to individuals any time soon. "

3 Days Ago

Podbuilder replied to the thread Podbuilder.
" Well that was entertaining. Thanks for the link. Steering this bike is hard. The road needs to be flat and the balancing act on cornering requires concentration. Thus the swap to more bike friendly tyres. "

6 Days Ago

Stevo replied to the thread Podbuilder.
" I was going to comment on the slow steering in the video. I thought it was because of the automotive tires. Here's an interesting video on the use of car tires on motorcycles
https://youtu.be/hEZeR9E3JyY.
Maybe it's just riding technique adjustment ?? But the BatPod is Batshit crazy cool !! LOL

Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk "

6 Days Ago

Podbuilder replied to the thread Podbuilder.
" Version 2 will has a few adjustments to the design. I'll make the handle bars slightly wider at the elbows and increase the front fork centreline offset from the bike to allow the wheel to turn a little more. Might use slightly larger diameter metal on the handle bars as they flex just a bit. Im going to use Vee Rubber Tyres but have a 2nd set of Hoosiers tyres for show.

https://hosting.photobucket.com/imag...Vee_Rubber.jpg

Im using the headway cells again but the 8ah cells that have a 10c rating. I'll build a 24s3p pack. I'd like to have better acceleration to have more control of the steering. "

6 Days Ago

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1 Week Ago

MegaWatt replied to the thread 1970 Honda CT90 Electric Conversion.
" After waiting about 2 months for the hub motor to be shipped from China to Buchanan Spoke & Wheel, it finally arrived 2 weeks ago. Patrick, Buchanan Sales Rep., emailed me to confirm the details and had the wheel/motor assembly shipped to me in 2 weeks. They did and excellent job lacing in the motor.

My son is an expert welder/fabricator and motorcycle mechanic. He is going to assist me in modifying a spare swing arm to adapt the hub motor to the bike. The main problem now is the Covid situation. I live in a "Covid Hot Spot" and he lives 30 miles away so I don't know when we can get together safely to work on the project. "

1 Week Ago

Stevo replied to the thread Should I source the battery & motor first before choosing frame? I'm a Noob to ev b.
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Quote Originally Posted by Spoonman View Post
Definitely buy your battery last.

The rest of it you can buy as you choose but batteries are changing all the time and the project is likely to take you at least a year before you're anywhere close to adding power, which is plenty of time for newer and better stuff to come out, and current stuff to get cheaper.

For fitment just make a mockup of whatever you're planning to use and work with that.
I agree with the spoonman 100%!!

If you don't already have a chassis to work with, then you'll want to decide what it is that you want to accomplish, then try and find a good deal on the best chassis for your goal. "

1 Week Ago

Stevo replied to the thread Podbuilder.
" That was one heck of a project and I'm sure you learned a lot. What are you gonna do different on version 2? "

1 Week Ago

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1 Week Ago

Spoonman replied to the thread Should I source the battery & motor first before choosing frame? I'm a Noob to ev b.
" Definitely buy your battery last.

The rest of it you can buy as you choose but batteries are changing all the time and the project is likely to take you at least a year before you're anywhere close to adding power, which is plenty of time for newer and better stuff to come out, and current stuff to get cheaper.

For fitment just make a mockup of whatever you're planning to use and work with that. "

1 Week Ago