Hey Lowell.. should try and get Justin to lend you a 5302 in a 20" with your current battery setup.... i'd like to see a On-Road comparison from your current setup.
I don't understand why many hubmotor users chose much faster windings than they can ride, paying the price in lost torque, thrust, and efficiency (since peak eff shifts far right of the speed they ride).
gwsaltspring wrote:I'm a bit slow with all of this, but when I put the 406 in a 20" wheel and 72V with a 20A controller the ebike simulator seems pretty decent compared to the 408 at 72V in a 16" wheel that the Dirt Monkey is running. Or am I missing something?
deecanio wrote:i did wonder why you hadn't gone for more amps - do your li's have a lesser limit than 35?
Ypedal wrote:About the ground clearance, my frame will not allow alot more up-travel, the way the pivot is made for the swingarm ( sealed cartridge bearings. instead of rubber bushings ) travel is limited to a set range, so i'm stuck with a 20" rim on this bike...
Steve, you really need to get a meter on that bike.. i'd love to know what the amp load and voltage sag was going up that hill !!!
knoxie wrote:Hi Steve
We can put the Lipos in a rucksack for a test on your bike! they aint that heavy 20lbs total, I dont have a meter that can measure 72V the wattsup meters top out at 60V.
A123 Altairnano batteries will go in your pipes! Ill send you some I got boxes of them lying around! good for 80A! @ 72V!
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