yes myself I use 20s, but im curious to try the 16s, it might be a sweet spot as you said.
found this :
spinningmagnets wrote: ↑
Aug 11, 2016 8:20 pm
If using the BHT, the single reduction would work best with a higher voltage, but...if using 48V/52V, the higher kV of the Lightning Rods motor + jackshaft would result in a better torque at the rear wheel.
More testing on the KBS72151E today:
Pushed the bike more and had no problems with overheating.. The only noticeable issues were when I kept full throttle for a while like a
min, the continuous amps eventually dropped from 70s/80 to 60s and even 40s but that actually protects the motor and everything aha
Im also curious to try the new motors lmx as i have an old version and new ones tend to drop less or heat less
how do you cool these motors with liquid? hard job?