I got the cover back in and it works like a charm! I was able to really load it down now and get it to pull around 1400 watts and I think with this controller settings that's about all it will pull since that nearly stalled it. I had go run it in 3rd gear and climb halfway up a steep grass hill, stop, and then PIN IT from a dead stop to get that much load. Even in 3rd gear, it popped a wheelie carly easily! I did however notice that I need to cross brace the two halves of the motor bracket because it tries to twist when loaded that hard. It took it, bit I don't want to sell something like that because I am sure people will beat these things up! I also want to be able to turn the wick up a bit around 2500 watts so it will need to be more rigid for sure. It looks like the Z sections are holding well, I think its just trying to twist.
That being said, I am truly impressed how much torque the 12t MAC has at this power level. It has all but snapped the Walmart chain I am using in just the two rides! Its at least a quarter inch longer than it was, maybe more!! Looks like a high dollar chain is in my future! Lol!
Power is a fascinating thing, the more you have, the more you want, but the real power is having the restraint not to use it all at once...............Um...Yeah..
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