turoczi wrote:Why cant people just be honest?
dogman wrote:I allways want to know for how long? You can get 1000 watts out of any hubmotor for a few minuites. I think anything rated 1000 watts should be able to stand a 1000 watt run for one hour, minimum, in 90 F weather. Not many motors can do that, unless they weigh about 25 pounds, like the x5's. Everybody in the room who's smoked more than one motor raise thier hand.
miro13car wrote:E+ motor is for sure 1000W capable if sofware of controller allows for that.
What is unfair that company charge hundreds if not thousends for upgrade from 500W model to 1000W model
which is simple sofware re-progamming and all this laymen think they got bigger 1000W motor which is in fact the same physical motor.
turoczi wrote:This is the approx size of a 1000W motor.
turoczi wrote:This is funny. They raised the current in a 500W motor to appear to be a 1000W motor. I posted this on the E+ forums and it was deleted immediately.
A true 1000W motor would weigh about 35 lbs.
Any 500W motor can be a 1000W motor simply by increasing the current like BMC, E+, Golden motors. Bad business tactics if you ask me.
I just thought it was funny that people buy into this stuff.
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