Well it still doesn't give you all that power off the line, but it ramps up pretty quick.Altair wrote:No, I don't remember that LS hack.
I did a search on it but didn't get any results.
Could you please describe it quickly, it might solve the thing I hate the most about the Adaptto, namely the lack of torque at low RPM.
Your angle correction should be wrong.csc wrote:Nice ! Can't wait to know more about what's next !
I have a question for those of you who run an MXUS 3k 3t with a Max E (mine is 10kw max, old version) : in your experience, how much batt and phase amps can the mxus 3k 3t REALLY take as a peak ? I mean starting how much watts will it be stupid to throw more from the battery ?
I have FF and double heatsink and a quite big air deflector onboard. The positive aspect is that it's perfectly cooled at high speed(105° stable at 100 Kmh on more than 40 km) !!!!
But still overheating too often when going uphill or under 70 Kmh in a trafic jam slalom style. Rear motor goes over 120°
BTW it's a 2wd config. Front 3t is always under 80° with a 90 amps battery / 250 amps phase limit (9kw peaks from an old 20s 9p). Rear 3t sees the adaptto running at its maximum power : 132 / 344 (11kw peaks from 20s 19p of panasonic PF)
I'd like like to check if I have a problem with my rear motor settings, other than a poor choice of windings.
Angle corr -11°, OVS is at 1 on the rear, IND at 590 us, pwr timing at 1.2. Is there for example a batt / phase ratio that I have to respect ? Keep batt at max and reduce phase ? Reduce both ?
I will tell you what happened 5 days ago.csc wrote:Merlin, Icherouveim : funny
Autodetect now sets the angle at... -12.5 !!!!!!!
I'll today try the options that I considered not to be the good ones : low ind, high ovs, angle corr near 0 etc. There must be an answer somewhere !!!!!
cricket Swe : nano effects on the long term are unknown, i'll personnally wait a few decades before using some
So was it overheating a lot with around 0 angle corr?csc wrote:Checked with no chain nor brakes : now autodetect confirms a -11° angle corr + a 590 us ind timing, which is exactly my previous manual tuning findings (mxus 3k 3t).
Also did a few 40 km with my girlfriend sitting behind with ovs 0.
Around 0 angle corr : no go
Ind timing below 400 : no go
In both cases saturation is immediate
yes. Awfulicherouveim wrote:So was it overheating a lot with around 0 angle corr ?
Ι wish I had 3T MXUS instead of 4T. The 4T gives good acceleration after 50km/h only with OVS 5-6 and very high PWR tim setting 1.59. That means the efficiency goes down and the motor overheats faster even when I go only 75km/h for 20-25 minutes. With OVS 0 the top speed is only 62km/h and the accelation after 45km/h is terrible.csc wrote:yes. Awfulicherouveim wrote:So was it overheating a lot with around 0 angle corr ?
The girlfriend trick is a good uphill anticipation. Then you have to check uphill with the girlfriend, in my sick mind.
Rather than lowering the power, I'll change the front and rear motors I think. 2x3t was a mistake with my 108 kilos bike.
PS : my girlfriend often drives the bike when I'm sitting behind !
Thanks Litespeed ! The -11° angle corr is now confirmed for me as well as the 590 us ind timing. It's the most efficient basis for my rear Mxus 3k 3t (though I feel a bit uncomfortable these days when I say that I found a DEFINITIVE way of running cooler).litespeed wrote:Here you go.csc wrote:Litespeed : 102 kmh at OVS 0 but... ind timing 590 us and angle corr -11°. I'll be testing this afternoon a frankly lower ind + frankly bigger ovs, just to see what happens.
What are your Ind timing and angle corr values with the 3.5t ? To the others : sorry for not being in the adaptto thread but I would'nt like to miss the answer?
Hope you get it figured out....if it were me I would record all the settings, jack the bike up and try tuning it again Dr. Bass style just to be sure all is the best it can be.