markcycle wrote:As powerful as the 602 motor from EnerTrac is it really wasn't powerful enough for the 600 to 800 pound chopper Hence the DU-602 product. Its two motors locked together using one controller. The axle is 250mm long. I can get cast aluminum rim 16 to 21 inches in size any width
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Wiring it in parallel makes it a 1201 and wiring it in series would make it a 1204, right? You could use your relayes to shift, maybe?
I just got back to upstate NY from CA. I now have 45 Thundersky 60AH, 144v worth, but it's to cold out in the barn to put them on. I also got a microcontroller chip and some ADC chips, so I have started to build a (DDB) Digital DashBoard with a (BMS). Good inside project!
I did get a 360mm tire for a E Show Chopper, was planning for a DU-602 on it. It's 14" wide, hope to start the build this summer.