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    Yep Carole Nash were OK as long as it's the only bike on the policy (with the petrol bike added it jumped to ~€1000 extra, very frustrating for both sides when we came to that stage...).
    My Suzuki RF400 build over at ES: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/vie...p?f=12&t=35865
    (gearbox, brushless outrunner, 6kWh AESC modules (Renault, Nissan))
    Based in Dublin, Ireland

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    Bike 4.jpgRear Fairing 4.jpgFront Fairing 1.jpgBikes nearly done - just finishing up some last bit of paint and need to fit the side fairings this weekend. I will then do a full 'Nut & Bolt Check' prior to the MOT in a couple of weeks time.

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    Nice bike. I like how finished it looks. Good luck w/the MOT!
    '10 Zero S project

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    Looking good
    let us know how the MOT goes

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    Power Meter boxed up and mounted inside fairing / screen. Added 3 LED's linked to relays inside the meter to indicate warnings for Batt SOC and AH used.Dash.jpg

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    Nice build, I too would be interested in how the Hub motor performs. I chose mid drive for my Thundercat conversion, my build is over on endlessphere. What are the details on that power meter?

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    Thanks - the power meter I got in from China - aliexpress - if you google ecpc404 there's quite a bit of info on them. They are pretty cheap, like $45 or so, but the build quality seems good, and they have a couple of built in relays which you can set switching parameters (I'm using them just to switch on some warning LED's at mid / low pack voltage).

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