Adrian wrote: All these little setup issues is convincing me more and more that I should just offer a complete setup package, excluding battery. I would assemble and setup everything including Motor, ESC, brain box. I might even offer the battery bag, parallel wires, balance cable as a kit. This means you would just need to buy the batteries and a charger, then plug things together. Because I have put everything together it would be tested, it would be standardised simplifying support and problem solving etc.
adrian_sm wrote:The 65Amps on the SK3 ratings is what you should keep it below if you want a healthy motor, not what it will max out at. It can pull well over 50 amps so I wouldn't risk your nice CC ESC.
The drive always requires you are moving before you hit the throttle, but should be fine from about 6kph if you do go full throttle straight up.
I think I settled down on about 80 grit as my preferred roughness. It allows the peaks to get some traction through the water, but isn't so rough to wear the tire much as the tire tries to conform to the motor shell.
kevo wrote:I always found his support and documentation of the commuter booster to be above and beyond. In addition he was both always quick to respond as well as followup with incredible detail in documenting. If selling the complete setup helps reduce support costs that seems great to me as well.
jtchoy wrote:My rear tyre threads are only about half the depth of the front tyre though, so some significant wear there. I changed both tyres recently, and only used them for about 300KM. Must be my old emery cloth and 180 grit sanding belt slipping and causing the wear.
4way 5s balance parallel lead
jtchoy wrote:The plastic clip on my bag broke today during a ride
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