I had two small piecis of the extruded aluminum cooling fins left, I guess you can't get to cool so I bended one piece to fit the motor and one piece can sit in front of the controller, is there some kind of glue that transfer heat? "steel epoxi"?
I got hold of the cable driver from golden motors, The driver didn't work on my Windows 10 laptop but I tried on my old one from 2003 with XP, there it worked and I seemed to get connected now
Like I said I want to get better response/ torque-feeling, want to optimize the parameters before I go into gearing/sprockets. Don't really know what could be optimized. (the battery I have is a 72V said to have: Maximum Continuous Discharge Current (A) 50A, instantaneous Maximum Discharge Current (A) 150A )
Please have a quick look at the print screen pictures below of what is say now, what do you recomend me to change? :
Initally it said 200rpm/s on the acceleration, I changed that to 800rpm/s now. I assume that is a big difference if it have the power to do it.. I have not been able to test it yet since the rain have been pouring down the whole day.
So what else do you think, what will "enable" boost do? (sounds fun at least ) Is there where I shall set 150A since that is my maximum discharge current?
Otherwise I have also found a slightely bigger rear sprocket, 54 instead of my 49 I have now, I don't really need the top speed. I prefer to be able to lift the front wheel