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Old 01-17-20, 10:23 AM
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Originally Posted by 2old View Post
OP, you might be interested in a Revel Propulsion mid-drive system which adds about 10 pounds to a bike and employs a torque sensor. I tested one and it was pretty impressive. Possibly the weight could be reduced by a couple of pounds with a smaller battery. The second iteration is being introduced next month AFAIK. Also, look at C58's lightweight e-builds.
Thanks for the recommendation! I saw your thread: Revel Propulsion

The system is something I'll seriously consider. It looks like it's adaptable to a steel road bike I have. If I understand correctly, It's power output is completely torque dependent, or does the display include settings that can be adjusted while riding?
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