parabellum wrote:Man, this motor is serious overkill, but anyway, when you realize it you can install it in some serious bad ass bike or scooter.
I would try to put all possible weight over front wheel, it will compromise handling but increase traction.
To be more flexible and be able to split the pack if handling is not what you expect, as well good C rate if in the future you want to run this beast in rear of larger chassis, I would use RC LiPo.
1) They are lite
2) They are powerful
3) They need baby care!!! (If you do something wrong it can have disastrous consequences)
4) and you need some serious preparation, search and read as much as you can about RC LiPo here on ES.
Here is what I like to use. Have over 60 of this packs purchased and no complains. They are cheap and already protected.
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/stor ... _pack.html
What controller will you use?
Is that the battery?
How much are they?
How long will it power that beast of a motor for?