I am mucking around with one of Ian Burts ( Burtie) Timing Advance units for sensor motors.
At the moment I am have a Xlyte 18 FET 4110 72volt 42 amp ( happily running at 100volt ) standard controller.
I cant show any increase in speed using the TA board, although battery current is not limiting. The motor is maxing out at 30 mph with or without any timing advance under load. No load the motor speed goes up to ..50 or 60 mph but as soon as load is applied, the speed does not increase.
This standard Xlyte controller although a EB218 board..is not programable
It has been suggested that the controller could be limiting on phase current, so i need to get a programmable controller to experiment with some more to see if I can get any success with the TA board
Anyone have a spare high current controller that i can run at 100v volt and 65 to 80 battery amps to test out this TA board?
Do not want to spend much as i am only doing this for a bit of fun to see if this TA board will make any difference.http://www.endless-sphere.com/forums/vi ... 50#p544350
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