I am building full suspension fat tire ebike with Stealth Bomber frame.

waynepmyers

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Yeah, I'm currently building a full suspension fat tire ebike witht the Stealth Bomber frame, it's all Steel, so heavy, but I'm using the Luna Cycle Cyclone 3000watt mid-drive motor and am building a 72Volt 40Amp battery so, no worries. anyway in case your interested here are some photos. I'm doing it in my basement so, it's a little cluttered down there right now.
 

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Hey there, looks like an interesting build! I noticed they are selling something similar to what you are building direct from China on ebay:


They're using cheap parts though, so your build will be of much better quality :)
 
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Hey there, looks like an interesting build! I noticed they are selling something similar to what you are building direct from China on ebay:


They're using cheap parts though, so your build will be of much better quality :)
Also it's a hub motor, which doesn't do as well as a mid-drive motor on uphill trails and who knows when you'll receive it coming from China.
 
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Also it's a hub motor, which doesn't do as well as a mid-drive motor on uphill trails and who knows when you'll receive it coming from China.
I also noticed something else about this ad, in one spot it calls it a 4" fat tire bike, but when you look at the parts breakdown, both the front a rear wheels are listed as 26" x 2.6", while 2.6" width is barely in the fat tire category, it can't be both a 4" fat tire bike and a 2.6" fat tire bike. Things that make you go Hmmmm!
 
That’s a serious bike build. Should be able to climb the stairs on it when it’s ready for a test drive.
 
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