General Discussion about electric bicycles.
I guess you've got the 393 rpm version. Mine's the 201 rpm one and it'll easily pull me (100kg) up a 10% hill with minimal pedalling at 18 amps.
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To me, 5mph is near stalled. The thing felt like a childs toy. its ebikes like this that create this idea that ebikes are not real transportation. I would guess it being 24v 10amp limited, topped out at 15mph at best. More like 13mph on a flat.
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full-throttle wrote:d8veh or anyone else,
What is no load current @ whatever voltage you are using?
I tried mine last night and~3A @ 48V seem a bit high.. Just wanted to make sure I have not disturbed the Hall timing too much.
My no-load current is less than 1 amp with 12s lipos. It's also very free-running when riding; however, when I turn the bike upside-down, it doesn't free-wheel for very long with fairly light 20" wheels and thin tyres.
Turned out one of the stands on the winding broke off. So 5 out of 6 were connected on one of the phases. Now the no load current draw is 0.6A. Much better.
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