neptronix wrote:Scorpion: i can't seem to find any correlation between regen and motor heating. But high temps do take a while to cool down. A sustained high temp could very slowly kill the halls.
I saw the temp going down as i held the regen on.. but this was not on a particularly steep downhill.
BUT i am using a weak regen setting, setting '0', which takes in only 10 amps. On the 20" wheel, it is mega overkill.
neptronix wrote:I got the motor up to 120c. Finally, this got the case hot, at 3000-3500w constant! NOW i can start testing the cooling mods
o00scorpion00o wrote:That would be a real pain after all the effort!
A lot of die hard professionals don't like electric bikes and maybe see them as some kind of threat, kind of like some petrol heads hate electric cars!
And even so, the sport is all about winning, a new design/motor should be welcomed and praised if it is successful.
auraslip wrote:And even so, the sport is all about winning, a new design/motor should be welcomed and praised if it is successful.
tell that to the rotary motor and the recumbent bicycle
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