electric recumbent trike - part 1

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FrankG
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The link below is to a project that I've just started...

http://www.theworkshop.ca/energy/etrike/tricumbent.htm

initially it will be a 36V tadpole trike, with potential for 48V later in the summer.

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www.theworkshop.ca

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burb72
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Re: electric recumbent trike - part 1

cool site

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