I have not followed this thread but I know I have seen chatter about throttle control issues. Steve and I (see above) have come up with a solution for this and I think it will be ready soon.
Basically we have a module that converts your speed throttle to thrust throttle by reading the phase current and converting it from AC RMS to a DC signal that can be interpreted by a uController
Those of you running a CA-V3 with quasi thrust control (i.e. throttle controls battery current) should be all set. We have talked with Justin about bringing our signal into the AUX port of the CA to give the user the option to do thrust control on either the battery current or motor current. The phase current will also show up in the data stream for those logging. This means you can graph your DC current vs your phase current (bulge in pants) - we can put a lot of speculation to rest about the current limit ratios.
Steve and I also have a product that does a lot of the same things the CA does, but targeted at higher power motorcycles... so if you are interested in something that can time-stamp datalog, throttle limit, spray coolant, monitor multiple temperature probes, monitor AC phase current, etc... get a hold of steve (again, the post above mine) and just give him the routing number to your checking account so that we can drain it
I already have too many "build threads" going so I am not going to start one on this module. That said - the design is done and the parts are ordered. When I get back to the shop in a week I am going to knock together a prototype good for +/-400A (non-contact hall effect sensor) and if the fist cut works as well as planned we will try to make 5 or 10 of them available to beta testers.
High power CroMotor guys with a reasonable budget need apply - it wont be super cheap since the sensor alone is expensive. DIY skills necessary - otherwise if you buy a CA-V3 from us we can make it plug and play.
Timeline - 1 week to 1 year