Mid-Drive install on LandRider Auto-shift?

SR-71

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I'm curious if anyone has installed a Mid-Drive motor on a LandRider Auto-Shift bike?
 

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Interesting. Most of the Mid-Drive bikes I've seen on the market have a multi-gear cluster.
 

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Not really sure what your talking about. I have thousands of mile on my Bafang Ultra Max with a Scram EX-1 11 to 48 8 speed that was custom designed for e-bikes. It can sift under full power and has a solid roller chain and what about all those EMTB. Do you ride a Hub?
 

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You clearly do not know what your talking about. A Frey AM 1000 would blow your mind. My frame is built around the Ultra Max. When you ride a real ebike you will know what I am talking about. Until then. You should not be spreading crap that you clearly do not know what you are talking about.Who said anything about a $1000 to $1500 ebike. They are just crap. Who said that? Please tell me...
 

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I'm curious if anyone has installed a Mid-Drive motor on a LandRider Auto-Shift bike?
I put a mid-drive bafang 750w into my Carrera subway & that has 2 x 9 gearing. I had to remove the front derailleur & crank, so that's left me with a nine speed cassette. I've not experienced any major problems, bar a tiny bit more wear on the chain which I clean religiously after ever ride along with the cassette
 

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I have owned all kinds of motorcycles. That has nothing to do with ebikes. The Ultra Max blows any other ebike motor away. But we are really talking about the EX-1 cassette and how you are full of it saying cassettes are no good. One thing for sure, I am not talking about a BBSHD. That has nothing to do with the Ultra Max. I would not want any ebike motor that did not have a torque sensor. It is more about someone like you spreading bad info to others to feed your ego.
 

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(not to shred the drive train.) No that would be a shift interrupter. A TS measure the amount of pressure your pushing on the peddles and magnifies it to your liking. Push a little get a little push a lot get a lot.
 

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Youtube videos show people regularly commuting long distances on mid-drive bikes. Occasionally I hear about someone breaking a chain, but not often. Chains are cheap and easy to install. But assuming the chain really is the weak link (pun intended) to mid-drive ebikes, it's a safe bet manufacturers will come out with better built chains (if they haven't already).
 

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Youtube videos show people regularly commuting long distances on mid-drive bikes. Occasionally I hear about someone breaking a chain, but not often. Chains are cheap and easy to install. But assuming the chain really is the weak link (pun intended) to mid-drive ebikes, it's a safe bet manufacturers will come out with better built chains (if they haven't already).
Sram already has the EX-1 chain that is made for ebikes. Has solid rollers. Mid-drives are the way to go if you can afford it.
 
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