When I received the 63/74 I was rather deflated by the small size and weight. Can this thing really hold a candle to the big old Unite motor?
Thud wrote:that tiny motor will destroy the unite in overall performance....I was stupified the 1st itme i rode a a bike with only a 50mm motor powering it.
milesinfront wrote:I'm thinking this:- http://kellycontroller.com/keb7245024v- ... p-275.html
Thanks for the heads up! There is a high speed option 70,000 ERPM for an extra $50.Thud wrote:Kelly's 40k is E-rpm....you will need to divide that by the pole pairs in your motor (7) for a maximum rpm of 5715 (30% short of your motors potential)
milesinfront wrote:Thanks for the heads up! There is a high speed option 70,000 ERPM for an extra $50.Thud wrote:Kelly's 40k is E-rpm....you will need to divide that by the pole pairs in your motor (7) for a maximum rpm of 5715 (30% short of your motors potential)
So this motor will go to 8krpm? Wow, I'll definitely have to play with my gearing...
milesinfront wrote:@Bluefang I'm in Brisbane. Not meaning to offend anyone, I've looked into the Lyen controller... Are they appealing because they're better, or appealing because they're cheaper? I didn't find a spec on ERPM for the Lyen either... Keep in mind that I ultimately see myself with an 80/100 (or bigger) in the future, so I want a controller with plenty of 'balls' in reserve...
Are the Lyen controllers hard to program? The Kelly's a have a nice and simple menu system.
@gogo The scooter runs 10in tyres, so I should be able to get desirable gearing with a single stage reduction...
The answer is always 'more power, fcuk the question!'gwhy! wrote:How much power do you want in your scooter?
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