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Thread: SSG Where the rubber hits the road

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    Cool SSG Where the rubber hits the road

    I am starting a new Vanilla SSG bike wheel build using a 22-n-5/8" diameter bike wheel as JB via Aaron and Peter's beginner and intermediate E-manuals recommend.

    I will be using all parts and methods recommended in these two manuals. I have purchased the relevant parts from Energex.

    I am using Peter's Video how to build an energizer for most of the wheel build, however, they no longer sell the frame so I'll use my own (Bolts')

    Here is the first of many video logs I will post along the way sharing my trials and tribulations on my journey:



    KIND comments, questions and advice from fellow builders, philosophers and and those in the know are very welcomed.

    Kind Regards,
    min2oly - CoolJoule - Patrick A

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    Here is the wheel



    Kind Regards,
    Patrick A.

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    love it pat cool, cooljoule

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    Quote Originally Posted by guyzzemf View Post
    love it pat cool, cooljoule
    Thanks Guy,
    After getting all the other builds to and over unity, this should be a walk in the park. Gotta have a solid wheel though eh...

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    Quote Originally Posted by min2oly View Post
    I am starting a new Vanilla SSG bike wheel build using a 22-n-5/8" diameter bike wheel as JB via Aaron and Peter's beginner and intermediate E-manuals recommend.

    I will be using all parts and methods recommended in these two manuals. I have purchased the relevant parts from Energex.

    I am using Peter's Video how to build an energizer for most of the wheel build, however, they no longer sell the frame so I'll use my own (Bolts')

    Here is the first of many video logs I will post along the way sharing my trials and tribulations on my journey:



    KIND comments, questions and advice from fellow builders, philosophers and and those in the know are very welcomed.

    Kind Regards,
    min2oly - CoolJoule - Patrick A

    that would be teslagenx Patrick...... thanks for the order!!
    Tom C


    experimental Kits, chargers and solar trackers

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    That's how oblivious I am to what shows up on my credit card - Oops!
    John B., someone needs to get on your marketing campaign to create a solid BRAND. I've been around here for a while and still get it all confused.

    TESLAGENX - TESLAGENX - TESLAGENX

    Ok, that should do it for me.

    Tom, thanks for helping me back on the wheel.
    Kind Regards,
    Patrick A.


    Quote Originally Posted by Tom C View Post
    that would be teslagenx Patrick...... thanks for the order!!
    Tom C

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    Hi Patrick. Just want to say thanks. I have enjoyed your videos for a long time now. What I enjoy most is you teach me something with each one. There is always something useful in your videos. Your builds range from beautiful to just good enough to explore the topic or effect and that is encouraging to me since my construction skills can be very limited at times. Thanks for sharing this build with us.

    al

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    Hi Allen,
    Thanks for the compliment. I know there are many gifted builders around here and I always marvel at their accomplishments. I hope I have learned what are the most important parts of the build by now. I know it's not the plexiglass, but man that stuff looks good on video Eh...
    Kind Regards,
    Patrick


    Quote Originally Posted by Allen R. View Post
    Hi Patrick. Just want to say thanks. I have enjoyed your videos for a long time now. What I enjoy most is you teach me something with each one. There is always something useful in your videos. Your builds range from beautiful to just good enough to explore the topic or effect and that is encouraging to me since my construction skills can be very limited at times. Thanks for sharing this build with us.

    al

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    More better sense...

    Ok, we’re moving along at the speed of a NW banana slug not too slow not too fast :-)
    Do you want the coil to attract or repel the magnet as it passes…



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    Patrick
    you read my mind as i was going to ask you to show in detail why south out as we have allways done and coil test on attraction or repel
    I allways just set a lose magnet on coil top it ether jumps off [repel] or sucks tight [attract] from that i know how to put magnets on
    wheel @ what coil [run] wire goes to positive and what wire goes to collector before output diode
    guy


    ps comment on balancing wheel ,free spin time ,coil gap
    Last edited by guyzzemf; 05-08-2014 at 03:37 PM.

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