Equipped with a 12fet controller with 30A and the possibility to use 14S 58,8V batteries, the motor provides 1.6 kW peak! Ideal for the realization of your S-Pedelec as a complete kit for an existing bike. With his powerful and quiet motor with 160 Nm you can climb everywhere. A easy installation and the power transmission on all bike gears also allow long mountain climbs without overheating. The Bafang BBSHD Impulsis is significantly more robust than its little brother BBS02 with 30A constant power available. It has a internal gear ratio of 21.9:1, which allows higher RPMs for a better efficiency.
- Weight: ca. 7 kg (complete set incl. display, cranks, bolts)
- Estimated speed with 26" Felge: ca. 60 km/h
- Motor connector: Anderson PowerPole 45
This motor fits to bottom brackets from 68 to 120 mm:
68 mm = 68 to 75 mm
90 mm = 75 to 92 mm (e.g. Pressfit BB92)
100 mm = 90 to 100 mm
120 mm = 100 to 120 mm
The axle size is measured without the thread. eventually you need some washers, to have a flat triangle plate.
The motor axle has a diameter of 33.4 mm and is installed instead of the bottom bracket. A bicycle frame with BSA bearings (e.g. Shimano Hollowtech) has the appropriate diameter for the motor, with BB92 and BB30 bearings an individual adapter is required. Some of them we have here…
By choosing the motor the following items are included:
- fixing parts
- all the necessary cables and connectors, including a Anderson 45 wire to your battery
- speed sensor
- with extra connector for Gearsensor and 6V light cable with approx. 500 mA. The DPC18 display (not included) has its own light switch, which supplies power to the connector and turns a connected light on. The controller has an additional connection for the Gearsensor, so that both brake connections on the handlebar can be used. If these plugs are not used, they should be sealed, that no water can cause electronic damage.
With this configurator you will find all the necessary and optional components. You can choose between different throttles, displays and chainrings.
You need a special tool for the axle, the second ring can be tighten with the bottom bracket bearing tool for Shimano, SRAM, … For the rest Allen tools are required.
We recommend the use of the Gearsensor to have smooth gear changes.
You can use 48V 13S and 52V 14S batteries, it doesn't work for 36V. You can set also a low voltage cutoff in the programming (40-43V).