For the record, we measured the stator recently when we opened up this beast to ventilate it.
It is indeed 270mm x 50mm...
We completed the beautification and wiring of the bike yesterday, and have gotten a few test rides in. The torque is tremendous. It is certainly the quickest machine I have ever driven.
The 36fet with 4110s was getting pretty hot
, so we wired in a 12v source for the fan, and have been fiddling with the programming. The motor is staying totally cool to the touch, so I can't wait until we can feed it properly. It's already scary fast as-is.
The locals are going NUTS over the bike. We get whistles and shouts on literally every street. I like to think it's because of the aluminum air scoops I made for the swingarm.
Functional AND sexy. People have followed Dad to the store just to ask where they can get one.
And when he tells them that he built it, they walk away even more impressed. The bike looks really good now, and I am sure Dad will be posting pictures and info soon for everyone to drool over.
Once we get the controller calibrated properly, I will be making a SuperV vs. Clown Bike video. Dad's 260lb load on SuperV against my 175lb load on Clown (hitting 10kW), and it still won't be a close race. But it will be a good video at least...