Hello from Texas - E22 M620 Build

hornetraider

New Member
Oct 5, 2022
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Dallas
Hello everyone. I am in Dallas. Used to ride pretty frequently in the late 2000's. Rode a cheap mountain bike through my college years to all of my classes, and haven't been on a bike since.

I am building one myself with little/no build experience on bikes and very little electrical knowledge. The main components are:

Bafang m620 Ultra Motor UART (Can't decide on 48v or 52v)
E22 Carbon Frame

I don't have anything else spec'd out yet but am trying to get all of my ducks in a row before pulling the trigger on everything. The frame should be here late this year/early last year, so figured I'd start an account and ask all of my questions ahead of time.
 

Xezzare

New Member
Oct 10, 2022
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USA
E22 is the frame I'm quoting from dengfu's site , also I asked them to quote me the M620 motor kit ... just a day ago they replied saying M620/M600 motors only come in CAN versions ... I'm not planning to adjust any settings or fine tune OEM specs so I guess I will be OK with OEM settings .... if you don't mind me asking where do you purchase your frame + motor $ ... I'm from San Antonio TX ... I have built many mtbs/road before and service them no issues and by looking Rob Rides/Neeko videos eMtb is really not that complicated ... the interesting part will be to learn how to service the motor and where to get replacement parts years from now .

Hope all goes good with your new build
Cheers
Cesar
 

hornetraider

New Member
Oct 5, 2022
6
1
Dallas
E22 is the frame I'm quoting from dengfu's site , also I asked them to quote me the M620 motor kit ... just a day ago they replied saying M620/M600 motors only come in CAN versions ... I'm not planning to adjust any settings or fine tune OEM specs so I guess I will be OK with OEM settings .... if you don't mind me asking where do you purchase your frame + motor $ ... I'm from San Antonio TX ... I have built many mtbs/road before and service them no issues and by looking Rob Rides/Neeko videos eMtb is really not that complicated ... the interesting part will be to learn how to service the motor and where to get replacement parts years from now .

Hope all goes good with your new build
Cheers
Cesar
Hello fellow Texan. I am planning on getting the UART version of the motor from Green Bike Kit. I haven't ordered the motor yet but see that it is available on their site.

Edit: Wish you lived closer to help put this monstrosity I'm planning together!
 

Xezzare

New Member
Oct 10, 2022
2
0
USA
Cool....if you decide to Post your build I will follow up your progress since you are ahead of me.
 
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