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Hey Brodie! I just noticed this fascinating project. Since you're going into a Plan B mode, (no pedals, dedicated rear hub power) I think you'll be making things a LOT easier on yourself. The downside to the front hub-motors are that the torque they produce wrecks havoc on most bicycle forks. They have to be REALLY beefy. What I love about electrics is, you're really only limited by the batteries and controller most of the time. There are people pushing 2500 to 3000 watts through the stock 1000 watt hub motors without breaking a sweat. THEN, there are those that go with over-volted front AND rear hub motors.... I can't imagine what that's like. Either way, enjoy and have fun!