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    1.4's technical data is up

    http://www.ecrp.eu/en/ecrp-1-4-the-e...ical-data.html

    They claim the bigger pack is 8.9kWh, but if you use the voltage and Ah numbers, my math says the smaller pack is 7.4 as advertised, and the bigger one is 8.7875kWh. Either way, and extra 2+ kWh for just 20kg isn't bad. I wonder how it will stack up, not so much against the Mission, but the Brammo 12.0 RR. The RR seems to be a compromise between the Mission R and the eCRP. I suspect we will find out it is much lighter than the Mission R, but still significantly heavier than the eCRP. But I've been wrong before.

    And, does anyone know what motors they are referring too? My guess was they were going to be the new Agni's.

    Rich

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    How much $$$$???

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    Quote Originally Posted by jazclrint View Post
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    And, does anyone know what motors they are referring too? My guess was they were going to be the new Agni's.

    Rich
    I don't mean to thread hijack but is there any info/specs out on the new Agni? I've only heard whispers and rumors. Or maybe I've just been oblivious and missed it.
    "We realize that we have not answered all your questions and in most cases, our
    answers have only served to produce more questions for which we have no answers,
    leaving us as confused as before. However, (we believe) we are now confused on a
    much higher level and about much more important things than before."

    1978 Suzuki GS550 - 48V 60Ah Pb-A, Alltrax 4844, Etek-RT
    1997 Suzuki Katana 600 - 18s8p (~72V, 40Ah) 30C Turnigy Lipo, Navitas 500A with D&D Sepex

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    They now have the same video, but with English commentary.

    http://www.ecrp.eu/en.html

    Tony: As far as the new Agni motor, I know nothing, I was hoping you did.

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