veloman wrote:I know the newer version Mac has better gears and such, but other than that, are there other differences between the new and the older(silver) ones?
Does anyone know the limits of the older version? (Not that I'm pushing them now, but for future consideration).
I should of got the newer version from ya, Cellman.
The limits I'm sure if you are using the older gears are with the controller cell-man gave you, with the settings he programmed it with and with the voltage he recommended you use it with and no more!
The limits with the new gears are with the controller cell-man gives people for that motor too, with the setting he programmed it with and with the voltage he recommends and no more.
I over power my motor and know the risks, if it breaks, it's my fault!
The new mac motors can take a lot of peak power, great for acceleration and level ground, when you get to very long steep hills is where you might have issues with heat, if you live in very hilly or mountain areas, you are best to ask cell man if the slower wind motor is best for you!
I love this motor's power for it's small size is amazing!
I love to cycle and love the mac's ability to free wheel. It makes a huge difference over direct drive motors.
Back to pedal only power.