So if I understand, what you are saying is that at max speed, if my battery current is not limiting, then it can not be phase current that is limiting? or are you saying the opposite
What I am seeing with the advanced timing, is a minor battery current increase, (from memory) of about 22 amps with zero timing to 25-30 amps with 30 or so degrees of advance. but no speed increase.
Controller current is (according to the label) 40 amp limited.
Under no load the rear wheel spins up with a large % increase, ..would need to check my videos again to know exact figures..but anyhow, the speed increase is very large, but under load on the road, there is no speed increase with timing advance increase, and battery current does not seem to be a limiting factor.
i was wondering if the stock Xlyte controller has a very safe low current limit on phase amps and it is that that is limiting the top speed.
With a programable controller I would be able to paly with these settings..and see if I can mimic the results of the Xlyte controller and then actually increase the phase amps and see if I can achieve an on road speed increase with this little hub motor.
Mongoose frame, Fox F100 forks,26x2.3 tyres
100V 20Ah LiPo
Lyen 18 FET 65 Amp,5304 in 26 inch Mavic rim
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