I just bought a rear 48v 1000w rear hub from this ebikeling operation on ebay for $169 shipped and am having problems hooking it up.
I only bought a hub, no kit, no throttle, no controller, etc. No instructions or diagrams
The box the wheel came in had 36V 350W crossed out and 48V 1000W written over top. Not condeming, but suspicious as it is lighter than my 9c 500W.
I have not tried their "customer service" yet, so I cannot comment on that yet. I will say the free shipping was extremely fast.
It looks like the hall wiring on the OP's controller picture is Yellow=A, Green=B and Blue=C. Which follows the rainbow pattern or Lyen's. I usually wire YBG on the controllers I build, because that is how I started with the e-bikekit.com hubs. Anyway, I've tried all combinations (I think
) and the YGB on both the halls and phases seems to run the wheel the best. With no load it sounds great. Add a load and it gets cranky. Very rough take off, with little torque. I did not ride further than 100 ft, as I did not want to get stranded today. Maybe tomorrow?
The only combination I cannot remember testing explicitly is Blue=A, Green=B and Yellow=C. I will try this combo again when I get home from work.
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