amberwolf wrote:"most versatile" would probably be a Sevcon and it's programming software and a PC to do it with, but I dont' think you really need all that.
torqueon wrote:Hey thanks for the replies.
I should of been more specific sorry about that. The motors are the experiment not the controller.
I am willing to spend upward to $300 usd and want something to handle 2500 watts or so in the 48 volt to 72 volt range. I am thinking something like a Kelly, I just don't know enough to make decision just yet, that why I am here,
torqueon wrote:Oops I just got sucked in to that fantastic web site so easy to buy from. However doing searches on this site seems impossible, you have to admit!!
Part of me says start with something, to jump start the project, . as I stair at the bike, controller and motor in mind.
Now that i step on my dick!! What to suggest.
nechaus wrote:I like my bullet proof kellys..
To be perfectly honest i have 6 kelly controllers.. x1kbl x3 ebike brushless and x2 mini series...
None have broken,, only my 1 gm controller blew up...
My kbs series is the size of a coke can and can put out as much power as some of the large infinieons.. they use massive fets, and not as many.
You guys have been left behind, kelly has come along way since random blowing controllers...
they are very reliable... very easy to use, easy to program.
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