Nuts&Volts wrote: I really like the idea of utilizing the power-train in both vehicles.
jonescg wrote:The problem with lower voltage setups was the upper DC Bus limits of the inverters available. Even a Wavesculptor would only put out peaks of 100 kW on a 450 V DC Bus. The PM150 should be good for peaks of 170 kW, and 100 kW continuous
Nuts&Volts wrote: I mean 100kW would have you doin 180mph forever haha
Doctorbass wrote:Nuts&Volts wrote: I mean 100kW would have you doin 180mph forever haha
yeah.. with a 10kWh battery it would run 6 minutes ( forever...)
Jay64 wrote:That wheel base is only about 1" longer than a 2004 GSXR 1000. My '04 turned pretty good.
Nuts&Volts wrote:Awesome stuff! Only question is, will the bike still roll with the motor removed and is the install of the motor less than an hours work? That is if you are still thinking you want to dual purpose the motor....
Nuts&Volts wrote:If I were you I would leave a bit of extra space for adding more batteries or a little bit different size pack in case you need to upgrade or change in the future. Looks like you are already going somewhat swappable pack similar' to RIpperton's.
Nuts&Volts wrote:Last thing is maybe start looking are standard racing bodywork so that you could pick up a set instead of custom fitting something. IE you can work the body mounting points into the frame you have.
Maybe this will be the next step for our university team in a year or two... Looking forward to seeing this play out.
Oh and that wheelbase seems very big...its going to negatively effect turning abilities.
jonescg wrote:I can balance three sets of 7s one at a time, and for diagnostics will use a Cell-Log 8 breakout board like the one RWAudio makes.
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