recumpence wrote:You are thinking series. If you run them in series, the voltage would need to quadruple. If you parrallel them, the ohm rating would be divided by 4.
etard wrote: That motor seems nice, at least the reviews are all very super positive!!!!!!! It makes me wonder, if the site doesn't have people inhouse writing all those 5 star reviews.
etard wrote:If you run the warrior roller, it only gives you 20 mph no load. What does that translate to in real world speed?
How are you doing your throttle?
recumpence wrote:Becareful increasing voltage on RC outrunners. Most of them do not tolerate it.
Anyway, you can always run a larger roller.
etard wrote:I would suggest plugging your values into SwBluto's ebike calculator. I put my current information in, I figured out that to get the speed I want I am gonna have to go 48 volt. Gearing alone wont cut it, it just makes the motor less efficient. Right now I have a 295 kv Exceed-rc Monster Power 110, Astro flight servo tester, CC HV-110, EV Warrior roller, and a 24 volt 13ah nimh battery. I need to figure out the BEC, and get more battery, and get the belts n pulleys
etard wrote:Any ideas on how to bond or attach the tire to the roller I was thinking about scuffing up the SRAM and just finding an epoxy that doesn't eat tires.
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