The download and firmware installation went very well with no issues.
This is what I learned during testing on a paved 1/2 mile loop with gradual up/down grades that lasted for about 8 miles of loops at different settings.
A. The Bikee app tire size was set at 29" to best estimate the size of 26" x 4.5" knobby
B. These off-road tires that have a high rolling resistance on paved surface so the speed will be lower.
C. The 20s Hobbyking Multi-Rotor were charged to 83.5 volts.
What I learned...
1. The Bikee app and motor powered up and all settings as suggested by Bikee loaded no issues.
2. Throttle and PAS seemed fine and the few little adjustments we explored responded well.
3. Although tires or speedometer calibration may have been a limiting factor, did reach 39 mph before needing slow down for turns
4. The maximum amps observed on the Bikee display was 38 amp full load at highest speed.
5. The Turnigy amp meter displayed a maximum of 37 amps for the entire test duration
Bottomline, the Bikee motor is a good idea but I cannot use it for my trails bike project because it is too loud for our shared trails.
As a final observation
Both the Cyclone 3000w and the Bikee we're used in the same bike with the same batteries. The stock Cyclone 3000w even with the unmodified 40 amp controller is more powerful with quicker throttle response than the Bikee motor... I assume that is because of cyclone motor primary sprocket gear ratio... But the Bikee had a top speed advantage for the same rear cluster rational selection and the throttle is much tamer... The cyclone 3000 throttle at 72v/84v 20s really needs a cycle analysis CA-3 to make drivable in the woods.
Both the Cyclone 3000w and Bikee have gear noise, but the Bikee is louder and did NOT repond to stealth throttle "settings tricks" for sneaking by people and dogs as well as the cyclone did... Motor video links below
Bikee motor no spinning pedals:
Bikee spinning pedals:
Bafang full throttle:
IMHO, The Bafang BBS-HD is still the best motor for shared trails