Thanks.MadRhino wrote:Neat mounting. Looks good.
Small motor, how much power?
Battery is alway a problem when you plan to fly (double meaning)
What are your plans?
And then some.12-C wrote:Beautiful build!
Really nice work with the battery setup!
I'm guessing you have access to a mill ?
Thanks!flathill wrote:Cool battery pack!
Are the holders/connectors made of aluminum? If so what about oxidation? Aluminum oxide is a insulator. I guess you could sand before assembly and hope it stays air tight...
Maybe you know this and they are nickel plated copper?
Thanks dude. You made my day.Wolfeman wrote:Wow, just freakin wow.....
I recommend VESC or RC controller for a RC motor.ScooterMan101 wrote:Great Work,
I have had the same Idea for about a year or so now, I just do not have the Machine Shop to do this myself.
( I Bought a Frame a year ago but just got around to building it up, since I finally see some improvements in regards to DIY Mid-Drives )
I have been wondering how to use a RC motor with a Infineon or Infineon Clone Controller, so as to use a Cycle Analyst to do easy Voltage and Amperage Limit's .
Would that motor work with an Infineon controller ?
What is the KV of the Motor ?
Are you going to be operating it with 5s pack or 10s pack, ... or is that a 6s x 10p Pack ?
Thank you.Rube wrote:Wow, amazing work. Your battery construction deserves its own thread. Interested to see how you mount the pack. Any lessons or thoughts about your battery design? Would you change a future iteration? cheers
I'm glad you did.cal3thousand wrote:Umm... I'm really glad that I clicked your link. Wasn't sure what to think based on the name and TOTALLY did not expect to see that battery setup.
I would absolutely love to hear anything you would care to share about the construction, design and manufacture of that beauty.
Seems like you may have also designed your own motor mounting as I have never seen one of those on offer before.
Subscribed in the hopes of learning more about your creations!
No, these are BMX 7075 aluminum chainrings. Both are 104 BC. The outside is 42T and inside 44T. The transmission is running 20T right-hand EXCESS freewheel with backing plate.ScooterMan101 wrote:Is that regular bicycle chainring on the outside of the crank that has the chain to the motor ?
Regular bicycle sprocket on the motor ?
8 or 9 speed chain/chainrings and sprocket up front ?