snellemin wrote:Dunno what motor it is. But whatever it is, it works great. That 42mph sounds like a wild ride. I don't I'm ready for that kinda speed.
Trackman417 wrote:What was the link for the motor kit?
snellemin wrote:I got me a Magic Pie recently. Motor wires are 14 awg and I soldered up 4mm bullet connectors. There other motors available on the market, but I like how thin this motor is compared to the others. There is also too many variations with the newer Crystalite motors and difficult to make sense out of what is good. The MP motor makes for easy installations on many bikes. The wheel is nicely trued and balanced. Acceleration is a lot greater then the previous Yescomusa motor. I added a heat sinks on the controller. Now it doesn't shut off anymore in the crazy Texas heat.
And with the gas money I saved so far, I bought me a new bike for the weekends to run at Memorial park and Cypresswood trails.
snellemin wrote: I'm diggin your push trailer.
The 107F Houston heat got me worried about running lipo's in my bike, so I opted back to running A123's. 28S2P this time around, which is 85.1V underload and 99V off the charger.
but can't come even close to the discharge rate of an A123.
snellemin wrote:The 107F Houston heat got me worried about running lipo's in my bike, so I opted back to running A123's. 28S2P this time around, which is 85.1V underload and 99V off the charger.
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