Heh, you are always thinking. I need an electronic engineer on my team so bad!
Perhaps once the economy turns for the better, I can have one...with unemployment soon to hit that diabolic double-digit mark, too many of my clientele are now too poor to play!
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Seems like a better approach for a dragbike.
so i take back one of my previous posts, he wasnt in the 11's, he was in the 14's i happend to run into him last night, hes got a jr bike he was wanting to trade for my small tire kosman chassis, and he was runnin lead cell batteries, hes switching to lithium aparently he can make twice as much power with that setup and he wanted the kosman chassis i got because hes guna build another one in a smaller package and make it look like his bigtire bike
Still, 14's is pretty good for just getting started. Have him post a few pictures of it!
PBS NOWdid a show on Denmark last week.Not directly related to electric drag bikes but pretty interesting.
youtube it, its called the electrofunk
cool lookin bike but i think it needs to be in a smaller chassis or atleast a smaller tire chassis, think thats why he wants mine
Does he have a website? I did a quick search and found this:
Dressed in a black helmet decorated with dreadlocks made out of electric cord, Jeff Disinger pushed his purple flame-painted electric motorcycle to 142.24km/h, winning second place in the competition.
The 45-year-old tattoo artist from New York used to drag race gasoline-powered motorcycles, but hopes his switch to electric will help him stand out on the racing circuit and win sponsors.
"I've dragged raced a lot of normally aspirated engines and just thought this would be a different avenue. Nobody else had been doing it and I'm trying to be the first to make it look good," he said.
skinfunk.com i dont think he has any pics of the bike on ther tho, jus his tattoo site
Boy, do I get a Shock reading some of these replies. I also get Amped Up about building something electric. Edited by: lnelson
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