strap this on to a Buzzraw
Hi all, I am working through the summer rush and lack of stock to buy the Luna Banana - by ordering the Buzzraw with Coast Cycle and then a motor kit with Luna. Considering that Luna does the very same thing, I hope the install is more like "plug and play'. I am new to ebikes and respect the "not for newbies" disclaimers here but what do you think for this assembly /build? Luna is out of batteries at the moment but I might get started with a mighty mini before moving up
This motor is awsome ! I do believe there should be practically a questionaire to fill out before selling to weed out the non-mechanically inclined. Its an in-progress machine we build as a hobby. If you notice NONE of the true gearheads complain , we pick up ,replace broken pieces, rebuild, reinforce and spend hours reading up on, debugging , rewiring reprogramming and come back for more. This is what we do to de-stress and it's hugely rewarding for thàt burst of silent power knowing it was done with a lot of re-engineering over and over again till successful. For those of you who would rather plug and play Go buy RTR or start with a simpler hubmotor and work your way up. Im absolutely not slamming anybody but I read all the negative reviews of these wannabee bike mechanics with their crappy Big Lots tools and squeaky clean garages and look at their pics of horrible blobby soldering and crappy off center drilled holes and wonder "these people really need to get the basic mechanical techniques down before bashing products they arent worthy to critique. Enough ranting Im going out riding till something breaks and gives me a reason to upgrade something . Cheers!