wesnewell wrote:The difference in the 500W and 1000W is one is rated for 380rpm 500W continuous use and the other is rated for 470rpm 1000W continuous use. For that to be, most things in the 1000W motor would need to be bigger, including magnets and wiring. That's why the 1000W motor weighs more than the 500W. If you want specifics contact Golden Motor. Using the same 14s battery, the 1000w motor gives 10mph more in speed. And that's all I care about. Don't have any videos and only have a hand held HD video camera. Using the 72V controller on the 500W motor runs quieter than the original controller. And the original controller on the 1000W motor runs quieter than the original 500W. Once you get over about 15-20mph, all you can hear is wind noise anyway.
jonathanm wrote:Wes, please make a post or share some details about the new controller, I'm really interested to hear about that.
If you can also give us an idea of the amps / watts used between the 500w stock, the 500w with the soldered shunt, the 1000w stock and the new controller.....that would be spiffy. Are you still running 5ah only? how is your run time/range affected?
Also, I think our motor is similar to a GM, but not from GM....you seem to think otherwise - what makes you think this?
wesnewell wrote:Does it really matter?
iovaykind wrote:Opened up the controller tonight and found my controller doesn't have any of these mentioned features What controllers have these features that work with 36v?
adobian wrote:I got the 48V 1000W rear kit version and the motor doesn't seem to be disc brake compatible. Shouldn't it be?
adobian wrote:Could you post a picture of your controller?
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