neptronix wrote:I'll tell you guys a secret about saving the clutch and the gears
If you have a programming cable, you can tune out the initial torque, which will help a ton.
Most infineons are set for a 1:3 battery to phase ratio, meaning that if your battery current limit is 30, then the phase limit is 90. OK, this is fun because it makes for a nice blast of torque from a stall. It's fine for DDs who have low torque too.
But I like to change this to 1:2.5-2.3 .. so for my 40A battery current, that's 40 x 2.4 = 96 phase amps.
This means that you will have more of a flat torque band, and notably less initial kick from a stall - half, or less.. The upside is that at mid-high speed, you retain your hill climbing torque. It also forces you to pedal a bit from a stall, which is good for you as in a high powered setup, there is a tendency to get lazy.
Thanks for reminding me about this, I'm going to reset mine right now. Most of the time I actually wish it was a little slower off the line.