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by E-HP
Jan 25 2022 7:10pm
Forum: EBike Non-hub Motor Drives
Topic: Unicorn hub? Thruaxle 36H Disc Singlespeed?
Replies: 13
Views: 182

Re: Unicorn hub? Thruaxle 36H Disc Singlespeed?

I see your point but the fact that this Chalo dude is bothered by it personally to get into my profile and check on me makes him a typical prick. Bare in mind that every help provided in reply to anyone's question is searchable in this board and also on google meaning that whenever someone is searc...
by E-HP
Jan 25 2022 10:46am
Forum: EBike Non-hub Motor Drives
Topic: Unicorn hub? Thruaxle 36H Disc Singlespeed?
Replies: 13
Views: 182

Re: Unicorn hub? Thruaxle 36H Disc Singlespeed?

I see your point but the fact that this Chalo dude is bothered by it personally to get into my profile and check on me makes him a typical prick. Bare in mind that every help provided in reply to anyone's question is searchable in this board and also on google meaning that whenever someone is searc...
by E-HP
Jan 24 2022 8:51pm
Forum: EBike Non-hub Motor Drives
Topic: Unicorn hub? Thruaxle 36H Disc Singlespeed?
Replies: 13
Views: 182

Re: Unicorn hub? Thruaxle 36H Disc Singlespeed?

I barely ever post here Sorry to butt in, as I have no opinion on the present discussion, but would like to point out the above statement isn't really true, with 1500+ posts over a few years (recently, posting every few days): https://endless-sphere.com/forums/search.php?author_id=39029&sr=post...
by E-HP
Jan 24 2022 8:04pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Blue 4 Pin Julet connector on Blix Eclipse
Replies: 5
Views: 82

Re: Blue 4 Pin Julet connector on Blix Eclipse

hochang934 wrote:
Jan 24 2022 7:14pm
I updated my original post and added my context.

In short, I want to add rear lights/brake lights to the bike. It already has a front light switch that activates the front lights.
So was the 4 pin connector was just dangling loose from the controller, or hooked up performing a function?
by E-HP
Jan 24 2022 7:57pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: CA digital switch - extra button
Replies: 11
Views: 170

Re: CA digital switch - extra button

Solved! It's a momentary normally open switch, connected via the spare blue and brown wires. I guess I won't be using it for my controller on/off, but should work for my controller's cruise control function. Thanks all for your help, and ATinkerer for having the guts to pull on the wires. :bigthumb:...
by E-HP
Jan 24 2022 7:48pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: CA digital switch - extra button
Replies: 11
Views: 170

Re: CA digital switch - extra button

Confirmed the dark blue wire in my photo was not connected, tucked up into the shrink sleeve, so two wires available. Not going to get back to this for a couple of days. Have some trail work to do while the weather is dryer. OK that's good info. I'll see if tugging on the brown and blue wires that ...
by E-HP
Jan 24 2022 4:25pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Blue 4 Pin Julet connector on Blix Eclipse
Replies: 5
Views: 82

Re: Blue 4 Pin Julet connector on Blix Eclipse

hochang934 wrote:
Jan 24 2022 3:47pm
I was looking at the control unit and saw this 4 pin connector. I am guessing these would work?
Work for what, and is there reasoning behind whatever your guess is?
by E-HP
Jan 24 2022 1:46pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: CA digital switch - extra button
Replies: 11
Views: 170

Re: CA digital switch - extra button

I dont' see any shrinkwrap over the cable itself, which is where the spare wires would be (not on the JSTs). The picture isn't at the right angle to see the end of the cable, so I can't see if there are any flush-cut wires in the jacket. There couldn't be wires farther down the jacket, because the ...
by E-HP
Jan 24 2022 10:46am
Forum: EBike Build Threads
Topic: My econo-e-bike
Replies: 190
Views: 22255

Re: My econo-e-bike

Nice trail ride and pictures! I had similar problems before with hall sensor problems on the little circuit board inside the motor after riding through a flooded trail. Found the broken connection with a meter, soldered a wire to replace the trace on the board, and it's all good since. I'll keep th...
by E-HP
Jan 23 2022 9:35pm
Forum: EBike Build Threads
Topic: My econo-e-bike
Replies: 190
Views: 22255

Re: My econo-e-bike

I put tube sealant (FlatOut) in my tires this morning, and turned my back tire around to the right direction this time, flipped the bike over, and then started charging my battery. Cleaned up the threads on the right side hub axle and the nut, so everything is mating smoothly now. Then did a little ...
by E-HP
Jan 23 2022 8:48pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: CA digital switch - extra button
Replies: 11
Views: 170

Re: CA digital switch - extra button

Strip back the black jacket a bit to make sure? Pretty sure there's no room for any more conductors; there's already 8. I could try, but if I have too much more exposed wire, I'll need to remove all the shrink wrap, and remove the pins from the JSTs so I can get everything re-shrink wrapped again. ...
by E-HP
Jan 23 2022 1:54pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Do slime thick tubes work
Replies: 10
Views: 228

Re: Do slime thick tubes work

I'm trying out FlatOut like MoneyPit suggested. The stuff is thick, and you can see the Kevlar fibers floating around in it. I added about 6-7oz per tire. If I can make is from now through summer without a flat, I'll feel more confident, but the stuff looks promising. I'm using one extra tube for th...
by E-HP
Jan 23 2022 12:30pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: CA digital switch - extra button
Replies: 11
Views: 170

CA digital switch - extra button

The digital +/- switch from Grin for the Cycle Analyst comes with a spec card that describes the function of the buttons and the connections. The middle switch is described as an "Extra button for miscellaneous use", and the wiring spec states "2 wires under shrink tube" for that...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 4:40pm
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Do slime thick tubes work
Replies: 10
Views: 228

Re: Do slime thick tubes work

https://cdn3.volusion.com/n9g24.e5uwf/v/vspfiles/photos/Slime-26x175-Schrader-TR-2.jpg?v-cache=1638989334 here's a link for the super thick slime tube. my neighbor owns electric bike store so I asked him he says he has the tuffy liners like went down in the store he wanted $60 for to tuffy liners. ...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 2:42pm
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: What means "torque-simulation" at bmsbattery.com?
Replies: 8
Views: 179

Re: What means "torque-simulation" at bmsbattery.com?

^^^ Agree with E-HP ^^^ "Torque Simulation" is a term used by KT (Kunteng) in their configuration/owners manual. It's a Chinglish interpretation for power based cadence as E-HP explains. The only other similar application that I know of is within the internal Bafang controllers used in th...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 2:32pm
Forum: EBike Build Threads
Topic: My econo-e-bike
Replies: 190
Views: 22255

Re: My econo-e-bike

I got my right side torque arm anchored and it's super solid. I ended up using a cheap motorcycle mirror mount, since the 1" hole would work well with my seat stays that are just over 0.9", so with a thin spacer, would fit perfectly. I only placed the spacer on the bottom and sides so that...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 11:39am
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Cutting phase wires?
Replies: 9
Views: 282

Re: Cutting phase wires?

XT150 for phases, and deciding on 6 pin HiGo for the hall and temp wires. So where on the phase wires will you install the xt150? Planning on around 4" or so from the hub, but it's a low priority upgrade for me. If I swap out my controller, then I'd probably address is then though, since I'd b...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 11:27am
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Cutting phase wires?
Replies: 9
Views: 282

Re: Cutting phase wires?

I'll probably do that, but mainly when adding connectors near the motor for easier maintenance. I think I'll do some tests with a spare thermistor and CA and see how much hotter they get under high current first, then decide whether to upgrade the wires or just use the stock ones when adding the co...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 10:49am
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Leaf / leafmotor / leafbike high efficiency 1500w motor
Replies: 2271
Views: 276139

Re: Leaf / leafmotor / leafbike high efficiency 1500w motor

No cooling mods. I just rely on thermal rollback to keep me safe, and though I've never actually hit it I have approached it during long summertime rides. For the most part though temps haven't been an issue as I get up to speed rather quickly and amp draw drops rapidly once I do. Though I will hit...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 10:31am
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Cutting phase wires?
Replies: 9
Views: 282

Re: Cutting phase wires?

Hi all! Is it worth/beneficial to, for example, cut the phase wires on a qs273 motor, leaving about 15cm sticking out of the motor then replacing the rest of the long phase wires that were cut with 6awg wire on each phase and crimping everything tight?? Its almost impossible to fit thicker wire thr...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 10:15am
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com
Replies: 4
Views: 250

Re: S-KU63 vs S06P controller at bmsbattery.com

What is the difference between the controller S-KU63 and S06P? I think they are the same I asked this to BMSBattery but got no answer. https://bmsbattery.com/home/1021-s-ku63-torque-simulation-controller-24v36v-15a.html https://bmsbattery.com/home/1012-s06p-250watts-torque-simulation-square-wave-co...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 10:06am
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Dual Battery Module
Replies: 10
Views: 188

Re: Dual Battery Module

Mainly trying to identify what's inside to see if it's a reasonable purchase vs. building one. Two 50A diodes at $10 each, plus some 10 gauge wire, a few XT-90 connectors and the housing; so seems like you could make one a little cheaper if you're pinching pennies, but not by too much, so maybe wor...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 10:03am
Forum: EBike Technical
Topic: What means "torque-simulation" at bmsbattery.com?
Replies: 8
Views: 179

Re: What means "torque-simulation" at bmsbattery.com?

The term torque simulation is confusing. Is true that means that the motorcurrent is proportional to the throttle voltage ? I asked this to BMS Battery but got no answer. Yes, I believe it usually refers to a current based throttle or PAS rather than speed based. Current based with feel more natura...
by E-HP
Jan 22 2022 9:46am
Forum: EBike General Discussion
Topic: Cutting phase wires?
Replies: 9
Views: 282

Re: Cutting phase wires?

Hi all! Is it worth/beneficial to, for example, cut the phase wires on a qs273 motor, leaving about 15cm sticking out of the motor then replacing the rest of the long phase wires that were cut with 6awg wire on each phase and crimping everything tight?? Its almost impossible to fit thicker wire thr...