Oh, in that case you need higher amps. A low battery amp to phase amp ratio could help you a lot in this case; say a 2.3:1 - 2.5:1 ratio.
The lower the phase to battery amp ratio, the lower you reduce the initial amount of torque. I like a 2.4:1 ratio on my MAC motor because it makes the torque curve rather flat and predictable. Most controllers are programmed for 3:1 because that is fine for DD motors. But for geared motors i think it is too much.
That is a rather small motor, so i say adjust the battery/phase amp ratio a bit and tune block time as low as possible.
amigafan2003 wrote:Cool - thanks guys.
What I'm dealing with is that a strong head wind gust can drop me down from 25mph to 19 or 18 mph. I'm running 700 watts peak on a Bafang SWXB. I think I know the solution - more amps - but any more than 700 watts and it becomes hard to go easy on the throttle otherwise you feel the motor clutch "slip" when accelearating.