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520 Nm, hope it has traction control

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Keen as , bring it on ! my backyard enduro X track is coming on nicely and is spot on for something like this.
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Same weight as a WR450 wtf


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Torque Schmork, that's obviously at stall, only good for 110 kph, the faster it goes the weaker it gets.

Won't be long though and we'll be riding them.
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Same weight as a WR450 wtf
You seem disappointed?
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He he and I just posted about a Tesla in the idle ramblings thread before seeing this
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More info here if you like - https://sur-ron.markkitaoka.com/sur-...aqwIjhdaD--G64

I had a chat with Adam from Surron Australia this weekend and he said he has one on its way. I've asked him to keep me in the loop as I am keen-as to try it when it arrives!

I tested one of his modified Light-Bee's (like the one I have) with an uprated BMS to allows a MUCH higher current draw from the battery and an ASI8000 controller that can be programmed to uncork the power deliverable to the motor. On the 12kW setting the bike was nice but was a little too keen to lift the front wheel for my liking (probably more to do with the small frame and shorter swingarm for my height than to do with the outright power of the motor as I didn't feel it was pulling my arms out the socket), but on the 10kW setting it was a much nicer hop-up on my X-controller shod bike. So the higher voltage, higher power pull-size bike will possibly be comparable. I reckong it'll get a nice bike, albeit heavy compared to 2T.
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So from $8500 to $10500 , If they can keep it in the lower end of that range its a winner . Even looks better then a pumpkin straight up
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