Q: Which wheel should I choose between front wheel and rear wheel?
- Front wheel installation requirements:
- No less than 100mm between front dropouts (It almost be a common standard)
- Universal Torque Arm is must.
- C-Washers is must (For certain alloy or quick release forks)
Universal Torque Arm and C-Washers are the important accessories for safe to install the front wheel.
- Advantage of front wheel:
- Easier to install without derailleur adjustments, you can use your original freewheel.
- Disadvantage of front wheel:
- Decreased grip when you ride on steep inclines or in wet condition.
- Rear wheel installation requirements:
- No less than 135mm between rear dropouts (It almost be a common standard)
- Universal Torque Arm is must. Universal Torque Arm is the important accessory for safe.
- Advantage of rear wheel:
- Better grip especially when you ride on steep inclines or in wet condition.
- Disc brake compatible.
- Disadvantage of rear wheel:
- Limited to 6 speed freewheel. Available freewheels are 1 speed, 5 speed, or 6 speed.
- More steps than installation of front wheel.
Q: Which motor should I choose between 500W and 1000W?
A: The top range of 48V/500W and 48V/1000W are both 45KM if you use the same battery of 48V/15AH.The top speed of 500W is 45KM/H. The top speed of 1000W is 55KM/H. If you ride on steep inclines often, 1000W motor can offer more traction.
Q: Which battery should I choose between 36V/15AH and 48V/15AH?
A: The top speed of 36V/500W and 48V/500W are both about 45KM/H. The top range of 36V/500W and 48V/500W are 33KM and 45KM.The 48V battery can offer the more power, it means the longer riding distance. Of course, 36V/15AH is lighter and more affordable than 48V/15AH.If you want longer ranger, 48V/15AH is a good choice.