Putting motors on front and back of ezee quando
Hi, looking for some input...
I have an ezee quando II, which will go at most 15mph, and I am considering some modifications - specifically, getting a crystalyte hub (road runner or sparrow) for the front wheel, and keeping the motor in the rear that goes w/ the quando. Clearly, I would have two batteries going at once, and with a twist throttle already on the right handlebar, I would probably try to use a thumb throttle for the front wheel on the left handlebar.
Are there particular safety considerations I need to think of having two separate motors potentially going at a time? i.e. will the bike feel jerky, be stable, etc?
Also, if front and rear wheel are pushing at 15mph, does that necessarily mean that i'll be going 30mph?