electr0n wrote: I hate to keep pulling the motor off and messing around with the delicate hall and phase wires around the axle.
why? don't you think it's fun? just kidding. i think it's about time some design a hinged access panel...
electr0n wrote: I found what looked like a burn mark and I cut off the white fiberglass stuff covering the wires
electr0n wrote:Any ideas? Opening the motor wasn't a total loss, at least I was able to spray the inside with some anti corrosion stuff. I also know for sure I have no wire cut issues, or at least I didn't notice anything obvious.
oh, whoops, this was from march?? i just tracked down this thread from some of your other q's, and thought it'd be the best place to respond.
are you still having this issue??
if so, i was going to say that i've had similar problems, and was only able to fix them by replacing the hall wires.
do you have more q's about power levels? ie, 88x 60A?
i've been running the same 12 fet 45A ecrazyman controller for 1.5 years now. but MAX i've had it to is 5kw (@24s), and average PEAK is 4kw @20s.
and to answer you q elsewhere, i have a lot of hills nearby, nothing like mountains, but nonassisted cycling is not very fun.
more to the point, what is your terrain? commute distance?