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  • #16
    Originally posted by Medium Rare View Post
    Is there an Oz distributor or did you import yourself? Keep up the feedback, if it remains positive the one with the seat is my next farm bike.
    I'm starting to think the one with the seat and the extra battery capacity could be the way to go.

    Oz distributor is at Tamborine mountain, a fella called Richard Kent.
    https://www.calderamoto.com/

    So I experimented with the modes a bit more today on varied terrain. It basically confirmed my choice of red but I will mix it up more. Here's my findings:
    Green, 125: good for just going slowly over obstacles and along flatter ground. I needed to have it right to the stop to get up a steep hill and it only just managed to do it. I'll use it more on downhills.

    Blue,250: power is slightly down from red and it works most places really well. Can do the steepest hills and actually get better traction due to slightly subdued throttle response. I'll use it a bit more.

    Red,300: good strong quick response on the throttle. Lifts the front easily. My go-to mode for sure.

    Red combined with the left hand PRB lever used as a clutch for take off only can definitely help to launch the front wheel higher more quickly. It might help for higher rock and tyre mounts.
    Last edited by Pete40; 04-08-2021, 05:41 PM.

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    • #17
      I'm considering buying an electric motion trials bike but can't justify the money for a new one. I've seen a 2018 EM sport one for sale but can't find out all the information I'd like on it. What type of clutch is it, a mechanical one like a normal bike? I am checking out this article. How can I tell the state of the batteries and are they easily available if they need replacing?
      I phoned up inch perfect trials. They were very helpful. Basically, the 2020 model and newer has a proper diaphragm clutch, better suspension, frame, and batteries (that give more run time). The motor is more powerful too. The 2019 and earlier have no clutch, the clutch lever is just basically a switch that cuts power which in a way is sort of like a clutch in terms of disengagement but definitely not in terms of feathering and inertia of a real clutch. I think I'm going to hold out for a used 2020 to come available

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      • #18
        Originally posted by mafey3 View Post
        I'm considering buying an electric motion trials bike but can't justify the money for a new one. I've seen a 2018 EM sport one for sale but can't find out all the information I'd like on it. What type of clutch is it, a mechanical one like a normal bike? I am checking out this article. How can I tell the state of the batteries and are they easily available if they need replacing?
        I phoned up inch perfect trials. They were very helpful. Basically, the 2020 model and newer has a proper diaphragm clutch, better suspension, frame, and batteries (that give more run time). The motor is more powerful too. The 2019 and earlier have no clutch, the clutch lever is just basically a switch that cuts power which in a way is sort of like a clutch in terms of disengagement but definitely not in terms of feathering and inertia of a real clutch. I think I'm going to hold out for a used 2020 to come available
        Are you in the UK?

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