What's the budget?
Shimano automatic transmission?
I think a lot of modern motorcycles have this gyroscopic sensor for yaw, pitch and roll movements.
I'm not an engineer so I am not sure.
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This is my fear with the BBSD/BBHSD series-too much oomph. Initial thought is to design around a traditional trike style too.He'll really have to tune down that mid drive motor. Nearly all trikes are unstable at anything but very slow turns because it is unnatural to lean on a trike with the frame geometry. Even brutal on a negative grade slope. I've been over three times on my tadpole recumbent, once on my head while still clipped into the pedals. On tadpole and delta trikes your legs are almost straight out and leaning and pedaling is difficult. On a traditional trike the handlebars are higher and the center of gravity is really high. So none of them are known for stability in turns.
As you can see lately some of conception trikes and 4 wheeler in the auto/bike show but none put to production yet, gyro and computer control hydraulic actuators are expensive, my plan only traditional elements control "Active Lean"
Will it be torque sensored?
The reason why I do not like torque sensor is because it doesn't give "umph!" and gives very smooth and natural feeling.
Torque sensor does such good job micro-adjusting the power and hide the assist, I couldn't even tell when the assist was working.
It doesn't matter if I'm riding a hub driven bike like Stromer, or mid driven bike like Haibike, I could not feel the "umph!" at all.
I really like zippy ebikes, to me, torque sensor is just boring.
I understand that many people prefer torque sensor because cadence sensored bike can be unpredictable.
It is worth noting that many people commented that BBSHD torque sensor sucks. Though, most BBSHD owners use cadence sensor anyways and they like to go fast.
Are you still trying to take it to market?