vanilla ice wrote:Is the vid of the double burnout in this thread? I looked and I can't find it arrgs!
methods wrote:Youtube has pissed me off too many times.
Every time I upload a video it looks like dancing blocks of distortion. I dont know how to upload HD and when I tried to upload my wedding vid they turned off my audio track.
Those guys can kiss my domain owning ass. I dont need them.
Arlo1 wrote:Speeking of how dangerous thumb throttles are I was just out practicing wheelies with the switch on the 75% speed setting up a hill at 40km/h I had a decent one going and pinned it let of repetadly till I pinned it then let off and my grip had slid over to the throtle and held it at full throtle needless to say I hat about 50k as I flew off the back and you can't even try to run 50 km/h so wham as fast as my feet touched pavemet my knees smashed the pavement and man it hurt right away then I layed ther in pain with my bmx about 30 feet further up the hill But the good news is the blood on the right leg looks just like the blood on the left leg! Guess its carma for making fun of you hu methods?
Edit: Oh and to rub it in more I was limping to my bike so I could have a nice ride home with as little pain as possible and it quit! A quick look discovers I sliced the thumb throttle wires when it smashed the pavement
Arlo1 wrote:Any one figure out traction control or do I need to do that to
methods wrote:You basically want to run a stand alone CA now.
You can make this from your CA - kind of like THIS
As far as the simulator - you will probably find that your actual top speed is about 20% below the point where the speed line crosses zero.
This makes sense if you look up at the power - you can see where the KV starts to drop off.
This is the rule of thumb I use. Things start to go really non-linear though when you get up to higher speeds. Works good up to around 40 - 50mph.
Arlo1 wrote:Maybe we have a different program mine shows the actual top speed I get when I enter ~96 volts in, but even if I enter 100 volts in I get about 5 k more then the simulator says I should for freewheel speed, Is this cause 120 speed setting works for me maybe?
auraslip wrote:Couldn't you just use a separate 5v dc-dc to power the throttle?
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