I don't think I would ever buy this but it would be really cool to know. This price isn't horrible. So full charge in like 2.3 hrs?
Oh show your work then! I have no idea. I assumed 13 KW of usable battery and variable slowing speed? But if there is a better way to understand. I would assume the slop off is not the same as with the 22kw I get at a public charger. I presume it holds the 6 most of the time? varying with temp and charge state etc etc.I by NO MEANS am good at math, but doesn't 6kW (on the high end) seem more like 4.6 - 5hrs?
granted, that's nothing to smirk at, considering the typical 11-12 hrs.
But when it warms up if you want to come spend the day on it mine is listed on twisted road. And the dealer her almost always has one in stock and they have demo bike.ok, so your only 400 miles away. 😁
Grumpy Grumpy! My guess is the DelMar will better fit your use case if the range is good enough. I think it would have me for sure though because of the PNW the full rain fenders are possibly a good thing.Looks interesting but probably will cost more than it is worth to me. The LW is just a specific use case I am trying to find a solution for at a price point that is worth it to me.
If it has faster L2 charging, I'd be happy, even if it I had to give up L3 charging. This is not a bike I plan to ride 500 miles in a day. The Experia would be a much better option for something like that.
The lack of fast L2 charging is my main area of buyer's remorse about the bike. That and the crappy rear shock annoys me more every day.
Man I am in PDX. I almost don't want to know. Could be very bad for my wallet. What you should do is sell it to paradise HD in Portland. Idiots. I would meet you in in Eugene. More then that is too far for the knowledge.Yeah, they are not cheap hardware.
I would love to test my unit with a Livewire to know if I should market it here, anybody reasonably close to Southern Oregon that would like to help me test it?
I'll meet ya in Eugene, it would be a worth while experiment.
Oh I like the uni trailer. I rode 1700 miles from Portland to Tucson with a Bob trailer behind my bike. I wonder how hard the hitch installations are. Frick I can only imagine what moving the bike around is like. Have you ever ridden with one? I wonder how much range you would lose. Second battery pack?Maybe a Uni-go trailer to haul it. Throw some camping gear in the trailer too and saddlebags or top box, then attempt a Cannonball using only FREE chargers and camping the entire way Super cheap vacation.
What infrastructure would we need to test the device?Hooked up to a 10Kw L2 or a standard 14-50 outlet I have seen charging rates as high as 8.6kw. obviously you have to dial it down if plugged into a smaller supply such as a 6.6... it obviously cannot put out more than it takes in lol.