Okay, I just ran the 6 turn on the saggy 36v lifepo4 at 43amps peak. It launches from 5-25mph very nicely. I haven't compared that amp setting on the 8 turn yet, but I just wanted to say that the 6 turn is capable of great torque and pull. I was able to get the rear tire loose on loose dirt paths. This is 1500watts, not all that much.
My gf rode it last night to dinner with me. She was scared. Using speed setting 1 which tops at 16mph was a good fix for the touchy throttle. When I told her to WOT it up the 8% hill on the way home, she goes from 15-25mph while on the hill. I'm so glad she could experience some decent ebike power.
Another thing I realized is how much I LOVE a lightweight bike. The 6 turn on the stock black KHS bike I have with basic 36v 11ah lifepo4 weighs about 48-50lbs. It's soo much fun to blast around on, so nimble and lively. I need to get the lipo on there though. I think will order some more to make a 48v 10ah pack.
John, I am *starting* to see what real power does on a low turn motor....
Mush! Mush you electrons! Push harder!
Main ride: Old School Specialized Stumpjumper FSR, Clyte HT3525, 74v lifepo4, 12fet Infineon set to 26amps. And a bunch of others... viewtopic.php?f=6&t=34236&p=497325#p497325