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Shift lever combo Rick Imby New Member. This gearing shows how out of touch the Bosch is. Bosch uses a 14, 16, 18 front gear. Match that with an 11 tooth rear cog and most people cannot ride this over miles per hour. I want to be able to comfortably pedal at miles per hour with a cadence. I want to ride with pedal assist, not an electric motorcycle.
This is so basic and yet they still don't get it. SRAM on the other hand gets it sorta. Single gear shifts, no doubles, super strong chain, Wide ratio cassette. Really-- Two thumbs up. Rick Imby, I don't understand your concern about top end of a Bosch system. I have a few of them and they can all hit 20mph without breaking a sweat.
The two street bikes are limited to 29mph which I am able to achieve on flat paved streets. Now, running without any power is another story My favorite part about the Bosch system is that when you shift either up or down, it somehow senses that and backs-off just the right amount.
Time will tell how reliable it is but there sure are a lot of e-bike running the Bosch mid-drive. My problem is the gearingCan you keep up with the pedals at 20 or 24 mph? I haven't pulled up a chart and figured it out but with a Most casual riders are much more comfortable at a 60 cadence.
I know the quality of the Bosch unit is great. Too bad. How would you like it if Hitler killed you Dogbert. If you feel wimpy and weak, get out and train more, ya wee lassie! If Jesus had a gun, he'd be alive today! New chain test Mr. G is correct, put on a new chain and test you most-often used cogs under load. Use the little ring, ride uphill and pedal hard in each cog. If any are "worn out" they will skip. A perfectly functional cassette will often show some wear and deformation on the most-used cogs but still pass the chain-skip test.
And yet another cassette that looks to the naked eye to be similarly worn will skip with a new chain. Truth is that it is pretty hard to tell visually when a cog is worn out. One other thing to look for is chipped plating on the teeth of your most-used cogs. Many current cassettes are plated, and the chains wears through the plating.
Kerry Irons. Chipping away. Originally Posted by Oldteen. Originally Posted by Kerry Irons. Chipped plating can happen in the first miles, or the first miles, and it does not mean that the cassette needs to be replaced.
Here's some info from Jobst Brandt about chain and cog wear. I've also posted quite a bit on chain wear, including my scheme to alternate the use of three chains to avoid mating a new chain with worn cogs.
I hope to get , miles from a cassette, but I may encounter excessively hooked teeth before I get to 15, As a ham radio operator, I find this Instructable awesome. One of the first things I did when I got my general class license was to build an interface to hook my computer to my transceiver so I could send and receive SSTV images. There are different ways of encoding the images. Some of the methods are better for long distance DX because the signal may take longer but the error correction makes for a better image on the other end.
I see no reason that a person couldn't transmit images like this across the telephone except for the limited frequency response of most telephones. But I've sent images across a room by doing nothing more than turning up the sound on the transmitting computer.
Maybe this will inspire folks to look into ham radio and how much it's changed with the advent of digital technology and help revitalize the hobby. All in all, good job! Reply 9 years ago on Introduction. I recall there being two major drawbacks that forced marketers to throw the towel in. Talking while a picture was being sent, messed up the picture. I don't rememeber for sure but I think it took sec for each picture to be taken and sent.
Reply 3 years ago. This would have been a good idea for people interested in voice chatting with strangers and then actually seeing who they're talking to if only a snap shot.
Imagine talking to someone on the other side of the country and then 15 seconds later seeing what they look like. By modern standards that's not very impressive, but back in the 80s and early 90s it would have blown people's minds.
This process isn't for live, real time transmission by any means. Ten to fifteen seconds is optimistic for transmission time. There is no voice transmission when sending a picture and, more from tradition than regulation, we switch to another frequency for voice aka phone in the parlance of hams communications.
The software isn't for image capture, either. There's one guy out of Oklahoma who likes to send pictures of Christian iconography. I do remember the first attempts at "video phones" and they tried to send images using a cross between SSTV and analog signals. It was a pretty abysmal failure. Reply 8 years ago on Introduction. And 30 years later, smartphones are able to get high quality video-calling. Really, time flies by Great but there is no computer available.
Paul Allen actively eliminates start up microprocessors? It is strange that nobody , but nobody can build an actual computer. I am at the point where I know that a radix is a binary point similar to a decimal point in division. Flow charts for binary division can be drawn.If you're getting a new cassette because it is worn, then you should at least get a new chain at the same time. You should also inspect your chainrings for wear and change them if needed. The derailleurs/shifters would only need to be changed if you get a different number of cogs on the cassette.