I understand.... what did I ask again?
You must be pulling alot of amps then.
I keep them to 30-40A with my 6T (48V), (i've done 60A in my first runs, draining my pack fast..) because my bike is quite heavy, just got it running again after a defected hall, I shorted it by accident just after my first 200 meters.. so I took it all apart again, sealed it, but did not seal the axle good enough for it to run with oil inside, good idea though, but I recon it only makes sense if you power it up to over 2KW. But it's a great learning curve a motor like the MAC, really moddable, I like it alot. Just testing it, have had about 200kms of fun now.
It runs really smooth at higher speeds, (from 25mph opto about 40mph 65km/h) I was very surprised it got upto that speed fairly easy on my heavy transporter bike and boy it just keep accellerating, I love the overdrive in a way, no load speeds get upto 50mph at 58V.
Now I am keeping it steady at 31mph 50km/h.
No Greay gears yet, but I am not a virgin anymore when it comes to rewiring the thing.
No need for oil here... yet. My motor barely gets warm on the outside and with the thicker phasewires, the axle seems to stay cool aswell. But I cannot really use it for hauling up a moderate slope at 20mph, it seems to jitter, grunge, electrical grunging occures, or whatever you call it, not so much the gears, more like the pulse timing is not quite right, onbly in the middle RPM area it does this. (controller issue? Lyen 9FET)
Maybe my next one will be a 8T, bevause I really do imagine myself cooked windings if I push it too hard in lower RPM's, I've just become much more carefull.
I like all of the controller and CA settings to play with, aswell as the 3 speed switch, but yeah that throttle would be better off if it just controlled the amps instead of pulsing the full current. Makes it hard to go slow and smooth. It's jittery. But nothing beats the zzzziiing when it gets upto full speed, love that
But I would really like to know how much amps cont. (flat area) a 6T can handle before it gets too hot.
Can it handle 50A cont with no oil for longer times on end?
That way I am able to reach quite alot of extra speed on the top end (and I only want it on the top end, like a turbo boost). But the only thing I am not sure about is how the windings will heat up.