chroot wrote:Hey icecube57 - Have you see in HS3540 sensorless thread in tech forum. itselectric showed us the uphill and He able go fast 40 mph on flat road as sensorless motor! He also showed he had problem with the sensorless when dead stop in the uphill and he struggle get sensorless motor forward. Check it out.
It has do with Lyen sensorless controller problem itself limited 25mph maybe limited function? I dunno and itselectric uses different sensorless controller showed really powerful.
Methods mentioned he is going bunch of HS3540 and HT3540 motors and he is going custom 100V and 100A include 10 gauge phase wires! NASTY I probably going get one from him.
Archer wrote:Hey Icecube57,
Can you clarify something for me,Iv'e followed this thread with excitement off and on but somewhere along the line I must have got lost on your situation.Earlier in the thread watching your videos and reading along you seemingly had a go-go long running super bike.What changed?
I don't know the first thing about these electric bikes but still like following along.I do have a 1-wheeled metal tube frame with a gas engine and a hitch that attaches to my bikes seat post.I call it a bike pusher,it is operated by a thumb throttle at the handlebar.Since from the time Iv'e had it I'm able to go long distances,which is so much fun.The only negative is the engine is to noisy.
icecube57 wrote:The HS is constructed pretty much like a beefy 9C but if it were an x5 motor there probably wouldnt be any problem if John is correct. I though the same thing about the pole count and wider magnets. The electrical rpm isnt a limitation cause we know it will spin up to full speed flawlessly. Even Spacey and I said we could get to top speed. I was trying to get in contact with BLUESTREAK in Florida who bought a sensorless controller from lyen for his X5305 or 06 to see how his motor reacts on it. But when i talked to him in earlier conversations he mentioned it in conversation he spoke like it was the best thing since sliced white light bread. He carries it just incase the halls die in his motor. He even has a specia harness made for easy switch over. So it must work flawlessly on the X5 clytes and possibly on the 400 series but the HS and HT have straight stator teeth and windings similar to the the 9C so There isnt much hope.
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