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Introducing the 134V Master! The wheel for fanatics. Hit speeds of over 50 mph and glide over every imperfection in the road with a dampening shock that has 80mm of travel. The master will be sure that you are never late to a group ride again!
Master any terrain. Using the tried and true C38 High Torque motor and knobby tire, paired with next-gen 134V batteries and controller, the Begode Master is an excellent choice for those looking to climb hills, power through the streets, and conquer the toughest trails.
Simplicity by design. In line with Begode's other newest wheels, the Master features a strikingly simple, yet elegant design. By using modular battery packs, a top mounted controller, and foam padding on the side and top, the Master proves easy to service, repair, and maintain.
|Range||~90 miles (18mph in ideal conditions)|
|Load Capacity||330 lbs|
|Suspension||Adjustable | 80mm travel|
|Tire Size||2.75-14 (20")
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Lots of people complain how the master isnt done out of the box. If you want a ride with no fuss then look elsewhere. I rode an mten3 for 2 years. Its boring now and overpowering it all the time. Most people that enjoy fast rides say get the master. Its heavy. But its a lot lighter than v13 sherman s and any new wheel. It will take some time for me to learn to ride the master. Mten3 and master is a whole different story, but Im not looking back. I modded the hell out of it fairings kit bumpers... Jump pads... New tire dot certified. Maybe I will throw in a new suspension and linkage too. When I bought my ninja 650 I did a lot of work on it too. So if you are like me and cant get the madter pro the master is a good pick. T4 is just way too slow and master pro is too expensive. I hope my wheel will last me a long time. Revrides had the best financing options for me. Who really has $4k to throw around?