Do you mean like this? I will start saving my meagre pennies!
Just had a completely none related thought. I used to work for a CNC manufacturing firm who specialised in Go-Kart parts but also dabbled in making bits for Pashley, I wonder if we could capitalise on that expertise for non hub e-bike manufacture? Hmm
Punx0r wrote:I'd also like to know that as well.
One issue might be (assuming I've worked this out right) 6S at 170KV (assuming 80% of no load speed) gives 35.6kph = 22.1mph.
Is there anyway to sort the motors listed on Hobby leader? There are 24 pages of brushless outrunners and I'm not sure where to start looking...
Doing some more reading this evening, I've realised I also need something to monitor the pack voltage. I'd be happy with a simple voltmeter, unless and inexpensive cycle comp./watt-meter is available?
I've just read in another thread that USPS will be refusing to carry LiPos from the 15th may, so I'd like to get my order in asap...
Punx0r wrote:Thanks for the tips
Which controller is this cheap 120A one?
Searching through some of Adrian_sm's posts has thrown up some links to 6374 motors:
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/stor ... duct=18182
http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/stor ... Motor.html
I reckon the screws around the end of the can indicate a skirt bearing on this one:
I'm going to have a closer look at the specs for each later and have a search about for any issues/problems with them.
I'll avoid the 6Kw motor
I've also seen a cheap Turnigy wattmeter: http://www.hobbyking.com/hobbyking/stor ... duct=10080
4QD have the 50 deg. pots: http://www.4qd.co.uk/accs/pots.html#potsPunx0r wrote:One thing I'm stuggling to find search results for is a thumb throttle. Are these commercially available? From what I gather it's just a case of replacing the pot on the servo tester with a throttle pot.
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