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Old May 25, 2012, 05:19 AM
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Originally Posted by edi.winter View Post
I admit that in the video I was taking it a bit easy for a safe win in the second run. Maybe obvious for your ear
The only difference of this motor is the back plate. A better way to solder the cables making the motor more compact
and less vulnerable in crashes. But no difference in performace to the normal 1920 series. I was lucky last year to ask
him about a better solution and he was just in the development of that.
The motor has enough power to backflip the bike at any point of the straight. I always try to adjust it that its always on
the edge to a wheely throughout the whole lap. That results to a steady raise in rev. from the beginning of a straight to
the end. 5 Amps more on the limiter and I am in trouble.
Thats Lehner for you!
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