luvxu wrote:would you know about the amp and voltage range of their controller for the 1000W hub?
One thing about these kits is that it doesn't mention much technical information or made of the products except that it is 48V and 500W or 1000W kind. Looking at the controller's connectors I don't see there is any thing that can be connected to a cycle analyst or to enable regenerative braking so I assume that the controller is not designed for those features. I wonder if it is possible to use a higher voltage battery (like 72v) to get a little more speed out of the hub?
Does any one know about the top speed of the 1000W kit and how does it fair in hill climbing power?
luvxu wrote:hi wesnewell
would you be able to share some photos on how the controller was modified? How much the parts cost you? I would do the mod for the fun of it if it doesn't cost too much. I am interested in having regen on the controller but I have no idea how to do it. Lately I have been thinking about buying the magic pie for my trek 4300 in order to get to that 40mph but that is a lot more cost compared to the 1000w kit from yescomusa. I am not sure if the magic is worth the investment or should I just buy the 1000w and try to make some modification to the controller like what you have done to get the extra power.
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