Throttle Sensor Type---------0-5V
Throttle effective starting position-----20%
Throttle effective ending position------80%
Max armature current---------------80%
Startup Delay Time----------------2 seconds
Main Contactor Hold Duty--------30%
Half Speed in Reverse------Disable
Motor Top Speed------100%
Load Type-----------Median Load
Under Voltage-------43 Volts
Over Voltage--------56 Volts
Throttle Up/Down Rate-----3
****recommended settings for startup with Kelly controller
This guy gave up on the Kelly controller, really mixed reviews the smaller ones seem to have better luck.
http://www.modifiedelectricscooters.com ... IC_ID=1008
I had 42V low and 55V high and throttle start at 10% and motor top speed at only 50%.
Changed the settings to this after verifying the throttle was working on bike and it runs!!!
Hub seems to be spinning pretty good hanging in the basement.
I believe it was the throttle settings. I will try setting them closer to the actual output later.
I'm not getting excited to go ride, yet.
I'm wiring the Turnigy now and then it's ride time, then play time with settings!!!
I thought I posted that but it's been sitting since I actually finished up so lets continue.
Left the motor speed 100% and immediately blew the 30A fuse, comforting actually as someone else claimed way lower than rated voltage from their Kelly controller. This one is rated 40A cont. 100A peak.
Set it to only 50% output and went for a short (cold) ride. Pulls like a bear compared to it at 36V and the 48V scooter
I don't have enough wire left to do the Turnigy so I'm leaving it until I get some nice multi-stand 10ga at the stereo shop and then it's rewire time.
So much better when it works!!
I'd like more power already but next upgrade will be a brushless hub.
My Sparrow motor according Crystalyte rep/controller tester will will start melting brushes over 30A.
I did see a front one going for only $100..I'd like to buy more battery next but made a rookie decision when I got the original kit.
I'll post a real review on it later when it's fully going and I have some readings.
Thanks again for all the input.
I balanced my other batteries in the meantime and learned a wealth of e-info along the way.
BP has now put more birds in oil than Colonel Sanders.