Arlo1 wrote:110 km/h is nothing. its only ~68mph. I have been to 95km/h on my bmx. I plan for a top speed of 110 so there is a buffer. The scooter will only travel 80-90 km/h daily. I have built lots of HI PO scooters I do 3-5 big bores a year. I have done a few gear up kits and with the pipe and big bore the gear up kit will achive 110-115 km/h which is not at all scary to me. I will likely program the controller top speed to ~90km/h when Im done so the system last longer and the batteries do as well.
Yes, I trust you on that ... I was merely jocking
Actually in Italy in the other good days when police
was not so interested in following each scooter passing ... was not uncommon to see a Piaggio CIAO (if you don't
know this model, just take a flimsy constructed pedal bike with 16" tyres and almost no brake + small motor) with
19mm carburator and 90cc big bore motor that could fly 5cm above the road at around 100kmph ...
Arlo1 wrote:As for the stator all my tests so far have been .025" think lams with isolation paint but they still get to hot at 10-11500 rpm. So I just got my shipment of iron powerder and hi temp epoxy. Soon I will have a powder core stator to test with.
I hope you have good luck with this method and actually I'm very curious if it is temperature resistant in the long time.
I suspect you will choose a kind of epoxy similar to the special hi-temp used to glue the magnets in the big outrunner
bell ... since I used a bit the metal loaded epoxy by myself, with interesting results, but never when hi-temp was involved
but perhaps the problem is I always used common grade epoxy and no special temp grade!