Nearly done with Tidalforce S-750X battery and wheel upgrade
I replaced the front brakes with an Avid BB7 disc brake. I mounted the Grin Technologies Cycle Analyst and ran the wires back to the mount the shunt before the motor/controller. I stuffed the Turnigy Multistar battery into the Topeak MTX bag. Ran the power to the connector on the CA shunt and powered everything up. It all went together like a charm. I was able to take it for a 10 mile ride and hit a top speed of 30MPH! The bike felt great!
Here’s all the tie wraps used to snug everything down to the frame and the chainstay. It looks much better when it’s cleaned up!
Here’s the rear quarter view of the bike before the Cycle Analyst shunt installation.