dogman wrote:My daily ride climbs 1000' vertical. So what I get is often as bad as it gets. Slowing down really helps too, stay under 20 mph, and I get much better wh/mi.
Climbing that hill with a "normal" winding motor makes heat. When I was using a slower motor, I climbed cooler and also never exceeded 20 mph. Definitely got close to 2 miles per ah with that setup.
neptronix wrote:Everyone says that a slower wind is less efficient. But i always thought that they use less amps to create the same amount of torque, sacrificing top speed, which can be gained back by adding more voltage, and volts do not create heat in wiring, amps do, am i correct
neptronix wrote: and volts do not create heat in wiring, amps do, am i correct?
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