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Old 03-25-09, 07:07 PM   #1
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Greetings from Buenos Aires

Dear people: I'm Marcelo Shulman from Buenos Aires, Argentina, 49, four children; I bought a chinese ebike kit and I instaled on a Chicago MTB, you can see some pics here => http://picasaweb.google.com/marcelo.shulman/Ebike02# and I want to ask you about the meaning of that chinese words and how I can increase its top speed (about 15 mi/h)
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Old 03-25-09, 09:55 PM   #2
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Welcome. Wanted to tell you that I love Buenos Aires and Argentina. My wife and I spent 3 weeks in Argentina in 2007 and another 3 weeks there in January this year. While in BA we stayed in El Centro and Palermo and enjoyed Palermo very much. Great restaurants, wine and coffee. We have also visited Iguazu, Calafate, Punta Tumbo and Peninsula Valdes.
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Welcome Marcelo.
Visit the Electric Bikes forum. Perhaps they can help.
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Dear people: I'm Marcelo Shulman from Buenos Aires, Argentina, 49, four children; I bought a chinese ebike kit and I instaled on a Chicago MTB, you can see some pics here => http://picasaweb.google.com/marcelo.shulman/Ebike02# and I want to ask you about the meaning of that chinese words and how I can increase its top speed (about 15 mi/h)
I've seen discussions about this in the eBike forum, but most of us here live in places where there are strict legal limits on top speeds...

Still, the e-bicyclists can probably fill you in.

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Old 04-03-09, 09:41 AM   #5
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Fixed

I fixed a wiring mess and now its run up to 20 mph (32-33 kmph)
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Slick tires would increase the speed without reducing the range.
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