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Look at the lack of spokes. This suggests a much larger motor than anything before. The Gotway Monster series had essentially the same motor as the MSX, but with larger spokes. The Veteran A

Just a few more of the photos of the "Modular" construction posted by Bradley Michael Spence of eevee's on Facebook (for those that don't do Facebook):      

The headlight is a bit better with the black frame (the shape is less marked than in chrome). Nice to see some details.  

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7 minutes ago, Denny Paul said:

oh my god does it say "surging passion" on the side?

It'll be so embarrassing having my surging passion just out on display when I'm out in public.

It would get draughty at higher speeds too...   :blink1:

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I think it is “SOARING PASSION “

the R looks like a G until you look at where the light shines brightest on the letters above.  

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16 minutes ago, RockyTop said:

I think it is “SOARING PASSION “

the R looks like a G until you look at where the light shines brightest on the letters above.  

I dunno... if you squint just right it sort of looks a bit like, 

SCREAMING PASTYOU

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jc 🤦🏻‍♂️… soaring or surging, either way terrible. 

the normie pedals on the Abrams really make it an outlier with the new crop of wheels. veteran getting complacent with their competitive edge IMO. hex pedals are the way to go. 

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Hey Veteran, here is an alternative suggestion, use it for free (please!)

Selling points: references to WW2 vehicule blackout lamps for military effect.
Can have the front lines create fancy cooling fins on the back.
Can be made more angular or without shades, anything that avoids the "badge" shape 👍🏻

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From ewheels:

Good evening, 

Before leaving for the day, we wanted to share a few of the updates on the Abrams:
- Tubeless knobby, a first on any Wheel!

- Studded pedals come as standard

- 3,500W motor with greater torque than the Sherman

- Equivalent, or slightly higher, max speed 

- Improved water protection 

- Significantly higher pedal/rollbar clearance 

- Higher current charging support 

- The tentative price is $3,499 

 

Veteran is working to get a Wheel out to Kuji for review in the next few weeks. We'll continue to keep everyone updated as information becomes available.   

Have a wonderful weekend,

 

Jason 

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59 minutes ago, zemstvo82 said:

From ewheels:

Good evening, 

Before leaving for the day, we wanted to share a few of the updates on the Abrams:
- Tubeless knobby, a first on any Wheel!

- Studded pedals come as standard

- 3,500W motor with greater torque than the Sherman

- Equivalent, or slightly higher, max speed 

- Improved water protection 

- Significantly higher pedal/rollbar clearance 

- Higher current charging support 

- The tentative price is $3,499 

 

Veteran is working to get a Wheel out to Kuji for review in the next few weeks. We'll continue to keep everyone updated as information becomes available.   

Have a wonderful weekend,

 

Jason 

adding on to that, couple new photos to share one of them being a specs sheet. Sadly it looks like the abrams is listed as a 100v wheel...

 

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44kg 🥳🥴🤪🏋️💪

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> Veteran is working to get a Wheel out to Kuji for review...

Correct me if I'm wrong but Kuji hasn't done a video in over six months, I believe. Is he still around?

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14 minutes ago, r_713 said:

> Veteran is working to get a Wheel out to Kuji for review...

Correct me if I'm wrong but Kuji hasn't done a video in over six months, I believe. Is he still around?

He rode the begode hero for their promo. He feels like he's had less skin in the game for the last year or so, but still clearly has pull with both the community and the manufacturers when he wants.

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On 7/31/2021 at 9:26 AM, Asphalt said:

Look at the lack of spokes. This suggests a much larger motor than anything before.

So the real-world photos have spokes and the spec sheet indicates 100V.

I'm curious what differences they've made to the 3500W motor compared to the Sherman's 2500W motor?
I would guess a torque-based motor coil winding (maybe C38)?  Perhaps they've also been able to squeeze in wider magnets despite the same motor width?
A torque-based winding would be the simplest solution with the increased tire diameter accounting for maintaining a similar top-speed to the Sherman.

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5 hours ago, Asphalt said:

A torque-based winding would be the simplest solution with the increased tire diameter accounting for maintaining a similar top-speed to the Sherman

yes, c38 motor with a 22' has a similar free spin speed of a c30 with a 19'

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