Ok so yes I know I have to many builds but..... Well my GF wants her scooter faster so... I priced out big bore kits and up-gear kits ect and that would be ok but I know I can help convert her to electric if its reliable and user friendly enough.
What I found is I have a spare outer clutch bell from the back clutch and I found a brake hub off some china atv we were chucking out. Then I found a 3 phase stator from the pile of stators at work the plan is to rewind it and cut off the extra metal thats not needed.
The plan is for electric assist
My questions are...
#1 How many magets do I want to glue in the rotor?
#2 What batterys would be best (perferably something that doesnt require a bms... What was it zero bike uses? I think luke said they self ballance
#3 How many amps can a 6 fet controler produce? (stung out but reliably)
#4 What would the max hp I can expect from this motor? I bet ~10hp because it can rev hi because its on a gear reduced section of the drivetrain so ~75kv will be what I wind to I just need to figure out the gear ratio we will use.
The main goal is a higher top speed but I know this scooter will have a LOT of potential and the only thing that wont be a breeze for me is mounting the stator because I have to machine the clutch cover to fit this inside and weld or bolt on a new section!
Thanks Justin of http://www.ebikes.ca/
Also a thanks to Methy at http://www.methtek.com/
And Dave who has some good deals on STUF
RC lipo and most other types of Lithium batteries you MUST know your individual cell voltages while charging and discharging.
Batteries of all kinds need respect they can burn your house down, so don't sleep with them under your bed or any other were you cant afford smoke or fire!
[color=#FF0000][b][size=150]Never above 4.2v never below 2.7v EVER!!!