PhaenTa wrote:So that could indicate that I have a 250W version just like you. Or that there are several configurations of 350W version out there. Still kinda inconclusive.
No, the only thing that differs between the regular 250W and 350W versions is a software config.
The controller is the same.
If you measure max current at your 350W it will probably be 16 A.
I have been told that it is possible to get versions that allows changing of the A setting.
Max 18 A, but they don't recommend it because it can harm the motor.
I haven't got any further explanation, but it might be because of heat.
PhaenTa wrote:Is that display any different other than the 8 pin connector?
Same display, but I haven't seen it, just the motor.
Throttle support seems to be a special version.
Don't expect it to work with the regular versions that most of us have.
As I understand it...
All the inconsistent specification info found may very well all be correct.
This motor is manufactured in several different versions and qualities,
but there is no version number or other way for an end customer to identify the version.
This makes it hard to compare the motor here as there might be a lot of variations.
All the different rebrands also makes things confusing.