leamcorp wrote:What would be the cost for just the motor and spokes? or is this only comes in a package. Thanks
nicobie wrote:Hi llia,
I see you have decided on the components for your kit. Nice choices, especially including a CA with the kit. Looks like you have smoked the competition on price.
I'm liking the 600w BMC hub you sold me a while back a lot! It works great and has given me no problems even though I have beat the snot out of it (2350 max watts recorded on my watts-up meter).
How do you like the c-lite controller? Does it have the twitchy non-linear response like my 72v/30a and 48v/25a infineon both have? I might have to try one of yours if I can't get used to the one I have now.
For those who don't know of IIia, I have had a good experience doing business with him. He lives in the US and answers emails promptly.
dscline wrote:So, based on the speed estimates, I'm assuming this is the higher speed version of the 600w motor, as opposed to the higher torque version?
ebikes-sf wrote:If interested in buying components separately, please email email@example.com for a quote - I don't want to compete with other sellers or manufacturers, just need to sell the excess inventory.
nicobie wrote:Hi Illa,
What does the CA show as max amp draw with the 600w motor/ c-lite controller at 52v ?
Have you had a chance to do some testing? I'm really curious about haw many amps these controller can handle.
I've gathered the test data, now I need to process it and transform to graphs and videos. Regarding amperage: at 36 and 48V, full throttle at all time, I see 33A when starting from a dead stop and it gradually drops to about 22-25A once full speed is reached.
I need about a week more to get results posted.
aaronski wrote:Hi llia,
I am about to purchase the V2-t BMC motor and am wondering about heat/power. I'm on the other side of the bay from you llia, over in Berkeley and live at the top of the hill(if you can call it that). In your experience, can it handle climbing that hill without killing me pedaling or the motor? I've heard about people cooking the gears, but it doesn't seem like it gets that hot out here, I'll be commuting from BART to the top of Grizzly Peak at about 8 pm daily.
P.S. I'd buy your kit and save about $200, but I want the V2-t version and the dealer I have been working with has been amazingly helpful. I figure a little loyalty is in order.
ebikes-sf wrote: Also, I will have 600w-T motors in about 2-3 weeks if you or anyone else is interested.
oatnet wrote:Will you have access to the 1000w 'V3'/"Black Lightning"? The prices I've seen for it shock me (as vendor markup on BMCs usually does ) but your pricing seems reasonable. If you can supply the V3 with the same sort of markup you have on the V2, you could have an instant sale!-JD
ebikes-sf wrote:oatnet wrote:Will you have access to the 1000w 'V3'/"Black Lightning"? The prices I've seen for it shock me (as vendor markup on BMCs usually does ) but your pricing seems reasonable. If you can supply the V3 with the same sort of markup you have on the V2, you could have an instant sale!-JD
I will have a few 1Kw motors available in a week for $490 a piece.
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