Tommy L wrote:Sacman wrote:...and why did you chose the slower rpm 9C2810 motor then have to go with higher volt controller/battery combo to get speed? A month ago I got my 9C2810 motor from Methods too but I got it for my off-road DH bike which I intend to be riding at slower speeds and climbing up moderately steep hills.
Thanks DUDE for the response! lmao!
Why the 9C 2810...... First Price was right , 2 experimenting, 3 was planning on HV set up and wanted to keep watts to a minmum and just
go for the RPM and inefficiency
26lbs of LiFePO4 on your back is Awesome! lol
Tommy L sends..... \\m//
Similar kind of story for me. I choose the high torque versions with a high voltage setup in mind and limited current. And because the high torque versions should overheat less than the high speed versions when hill climbing.