HPC Revolution XXX

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by speedmd » Sep 04 2015 3:15pm

You have shaft on both sides! Perfect, you have any number of great mounting /support options. Look forward to seeing this build.

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 04 2015 3:18pm

Alexey is the guy. All their contact info is on their Website but here's how I contact him; revolt2012info@gmail.com. Pricing depends on what/how you configure but the 160Pro Short is in the $400 USD range. Alexey can give you a firm price based on any mods.

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Karolis » Sep 04 2015 3:22pm

O ok, if in that range it is super. Will it be wider size if this called Short?

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 04 2015 3:24pm

The short is the narrow version. The regular ones have a longer can length but smaller diameter.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Karolis » Sep 04 2015 3:43pm

Thanks Leeleeducati. I asked them if there is any diffrence in perfomance, power or torque between short and normal. Just need to know more about this motor.

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 04 2015 3:55pm

No prob. there will be some reduction in performance between the normal and short versions but if space is limited then the short is the way to go... still the 160 pro short is rated for 10kw to 15kw, kinda crazy when you think about it.

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Karolis » Sep 04 2015 4:13pm

Yes I know. I am having cromotor hub now. feeding it with 200A battery. But I have a feeling that this motor will be better. Cromotor is already having some problems from it's poor quality point.

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by sn0wchyld » Sep 04 2015 7:16pm

can you see what guage the phase wires are? did alexey mention what the current rating is?

looks bloody awesome. I'm also looking at the 120s, though its got a power rating of a mere 2kw (it is tiny though).

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 04 2015 7:34pm

I can't tell what the phase wires are? they appear to be doubled up each. Ya, he said around 140amps at the battery side should be fine for continuous use.

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by madin88 » Sep 05 2015 5:00am

Karolis wrote:Yes I know. I am having cromotor hub now. feeding it with 200A battery. But I have a feeling that this motor will be better. Cromotor is already having some problems from it's poor quality point.
this revolt 160short will eat up cromotor. it can be properly geard to your needs and has much better heat dissipation.
and the most important thing: you do not have to deal with large unsprung mass.

this build is soo cool. go on making it well and reliable.
- 10kW belt drive with Neumotor 8057: viewtopic.php?f=30&t=91144&start=50#p1377787
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 06 2015 9:16am

Thought I'd post another couple of pics to gauge motor size vs. frame, it is a nice balance. When it's all done, the sides will be covered so the motor won't be exposed and it will look real stealth. Unfortunately I have some business travels ahead so not sure how much more I'll be able to complete in the next few weeks, but the mounts (or sub-frame) are next on the list to do.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Wheazel » Sep 06 2015 4:48pm

Beast of a motor, looking forward to see the results!

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 08 2015 10:49pm

Just got it today... thought I'd go with the Domino on this build.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 12 2015 9:08am

Some metal getting ready to become something.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by fullonoob » Sep 13 2015 12:05am

handlebar?

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 13 2015 7:26am

Motor subframe actually. That long rod will get turned down to four "spacers" between the motor plates. I'm using Easton Havens for bars, assembled bike can be seen on pg. 4. I like the heavy duty look of the 35mm bars.

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 13 2015 7:58am

On another note, the Hope X12 spacer kit worked perfectly. The now 157mm hub fits as it should have from the start. You can really see the dual layers of the V4's in this pic. I've had them on another bike also, they truly do dissipate heat well. Here I'll post another pic of the partially assembled bike again.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by fullonoob » Sep 13 2015 3:20pm

what a sexy bike :oops:

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by madin88 » Sep 15 2015 3:28am

yeah that seems to be one of the greatest frames out here^^
- made of aluminum so super light (hopefully also strong and long lasting)
- clamping dropouts
- nice place for the controller
- tapered headtube
- low C.O.G.
- 10kW belt drive with Neumotor 8057: viewtopic.php?f=30&t=91144&start=50#p1377787
- Fully road legal (L1E approval) e-bike based on Votec V-FR frame
/ MXUS 3T / 17" Mitas MC11 / Adaptto Max-E / 20s12p 25R
- KTM Hardtail Pedelec / eZee V2 6T / 27,5" / Kelly KBSX @ 1,5kW / Torque PAS / CA-V3 / 13s4p Sanyo GA in Shark case

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by kiwiev » Sep 15 2015 6:17am

madin88 wrote:yeah that seems to be one of the greatest frames out here^^
- made of aluminum so super light (hopefully also strong and long lasting)
- clamping dropouts
- nice place for the controller
- tapered headtube
- low C.O.G.
I want one for Christmas please :mrgreen:

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 15 2015 12:43pm

Thanks for the comments guys. I'm in the process of making that sub-frame for motor mounting. The clamping drop outs were my design, these are the originals, only good for hub motors.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 17 2015 6:39am

Slow progress with limited time, but one side sub-frame motor mount coming to completion.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 18 2015 6:47am

Motor mount side plates complete. There's still a few more components I need to turn to finish this assembly.
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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Scottydog » Sep 18 2015 12:59pm

really loving this build and the motor choice!

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Re: HPC Revolution XXX

Post by Leeleeducati » Sep 18 2015 9:39pm

Another chunk of metal about to become something.
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