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Old 05-06-10, 11:57 AM   #1
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What kit goes with Ping 36V 15AH battery?

I'm thinking of getting a kit for my significant other. So probably a 350 watt rear hub motor and I figure the Ping battery seems the most cost effective. We have a reasonably decent 26" comfort bike that it can go on. Ideas?
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2806 seems like the best option, decent torque and good speed since it is faster wound, matched well with the lower voltage.

keep it with a 25a controller, pings go to 2c
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Too bad you dont need a 700c kit. I have a Wilderness Energy BL 36 with ping 36v 15Ah with a Wattmeter that I am probably getting rid of this week. BTW I love the BL 36 with the ping so that gets my vote.
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2806 seems like the best option, decent torque and good speed since it is faster wound, matched well with the lower voltage.

keep it with a 25a controller, pings go to 2c
What's a 2806?
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Old 05-07-10, 02:04 PM   #5
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are you looking for torque or speed? This is pretty good for both.
http://ebikes.ca/store/store_motors.php



If you are looking for speed, the 2805 would be better and put it in a 26" rim...you'll have to pay about $80 extra to do that, though.
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e-bikekit.com also sells the nine continent but it's a 2807 I think and just a little slower than the 2806.
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