lukehutch wrote:These are 20Ah per cell at 3.3V, right? So in 7s3p configuration, you'd get 3.3V * 7 = 23.1V for 20Ah * 3 = 60Ah per module? So with three modules connected in parallel you'd get 23.1V, 180Ah or for three modules in series you'd get 69.3V, 60Ah?
We do not know how the wiring or connections specifically work for these modules, so it is pure speculation how to configure these modules for a specific application such as your project. I think you mentioned you are new to electric bikes, so this is a very complicated issue for a newbie to take-on, imo. You'll need to wait until others get these modules AND post the details about these modules. In the meantime keep reading other topics & threads, so you can find answers to the questions you have below. You will have to invest the time to read & learn, since there are already answers to the questions you have below that are ready to be found now on the forum.
Also, most people will charge these cells to 3.6v to get a top-off or surface charge, so you need to take that into consideration to match the proper controller you might use. BUT, this is Off-Topic for this thread, so you'll need to post elsewhere about this.
lukehutch wrote:What is typical voltage and current for a motor sufficient to drive a scooter? (Want to make sure I'm doing the math right...)
Sorry, Off-Topic... Please post this elsewhere. There is a Scooter/Motorcycle section of ES you might want to check-out.