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See the [[Usage#Track|Track section of usage]] for track preparation.
 
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* [http://emotoracing.com/ eMotoRacing]
 
* [http://emotoracing.com/ eMotoRacing]
* [[Hollywood Electrics]] racing team is very experienced and worth asking for advise or partnership.
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* [http://refuelraces.com/ Refuel Races] at Laguna Seca
 
* [http://www.zeromotorcycles.com/ttxgp/ TTXGP (2012)]
 
* [http://www.zeromotorcycles.com/ttxgp/ TTXGP (2012)]
 
* [[wikipedia:TT Zero|Isle of Man TT Zero]]
 
* [[wikipedia:TT Zero|Isle of Man TT Zero]]
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* [[Hollywood Electrics]] racing team is very experienced and worth asking for advise or partnership.
  
 
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Latest revision as of 18:14, 2 July 2018

Zeros are quite usable for racing, both on the track and in the dirt.

The top speed of 100mph can be adjusted with gearing changes.
Controller reprogramming can be effective in tuning.
Heat management is going to be key - IPM motors don't overheat as quickly, but batteries overheat from charge and discharge cycles.

Track

See the Track section of usage for track preparation.

Racing and Track Opportunities
Teams
  • Hollywood Electrics racing team is very experienced and worth asking for advise or partnership.

Offroad

See the Offroad section of usage for dirt track or offroad preparation.

Offroad Racing Opportunities
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