amberwolf wrote:Now THAT is the kind of EV grin I love to see.
I'm not sure why, but for some reason it seems a lot smaller than I imagined it was.
Now you just need to up the voltage, take out the current limit, and put it on a drag strip.
Quajochem wrote:I don't know I didn't read this whole tread, but do you use the stock controller?
I happend know from where I worked there are alot of settings in that software, I had to use a dongle to open the program.
But there are settings like timing; how long between a stop and a start, reaction time, what happends when you jamm it in reverse at full speed, and how the power progresses with a certain amont of throttle and rpm, just the most precise I have ever seen, completely regulated as to not overheat the motor or create dangerous situations while driving, very smooth.
Once i set all those settings to zero and the thing became nervous as an angry bull! Great stuff!
inspiredvoltfreak wrote:The motor is currently a cheap 2 pole without even removable brushes. We have robust 4 pole motors constantly being thrown in the scrap metal because they come as one piece from the supplier with the transmission attached and the trannie is the part that's munched.
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