... so you deliberately killed it.I popped up a curb
auraslip wrote:BTW, anyone want a 9*7 9c motor? In good shape. No refunds though
neptronix wrote:Did you bore that axle out, or is that stock?
auraslip wrote:I was hoping this would turn into an awesome "how I killed my ebike in a dramatic fashion" photo thread
auraslip wrote:I posted about my cracked axle a couple months ago. Well, after 2,000 miles it finally gave. Luckily right when I got to my girlfriends house. I popped up a curb and heard a pop. Slid to a stop. Got off my bike throttle makes the wheel twitch. Bike shoots 3 feet up in the air when it clicks into motion again. Then BOOM SPARKS at the axle. And nothing. Quite a show for my girlfriends friends.
Anyways - I really hope I didn't bust my controller because all of the phase wires were shredded and some of the hall wires.
If you drill out your axle make DAMN SURE the bit is straight.
BTW, anyone want a 9*7 9c motor? In good shape. No refunds though
auraslip wrote:That's pretty gruesome amberwolf.
Will this be a simple mosfet swap, or will there be something more too it? Anything else that could of blown up?
auraslip wrote:OK, but mouser has two irf4110 and I don't know which one to get.
http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Int ... xA51Xu4%3d
http://www.mouser.com/ProductDetail/Int ... MzyMeP0%3d
Praying it's not the gate resistors and driver transistors too because I'm sure that wouldn't be fun to diagnose.
[/quote]Also, I got some temp sensors. I'm gonna have one for the motor, and one for the controller. They lm25 IIRC. Anyone have anythoughts on where I should epoxy them? Like what fets will get the hottest?
amberwolf wrote: Relatively easy to diagnose, but since theyr'e SMT parts, harder to fix. I have one here I suspect that is the problem, but haven't fixed yet cuz my bad eyes and shaky hands.
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