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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by Sean9002 » Aug 10 2015 12:26am

By hitting the windings with N20, would you be risking faster corrosion of parts?
Ive thought about this with a mid drive, blasting the nitrous through a copper coil around the motor
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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by Doctorbass » Aug 10 2015 3:31pm

Yeah cooling the motor is definitivly a must! it will improove performance i'm sure. since the motor critical parts are now perfectly sealed i can splash water form a hose directly to it to cool it down.. and even if the hall begin to make free games due to internal short dur to water, I can go sensorless, make the motor to warm a bit and evaporate water! But No2 is also a great solution.

Here is the best theoric match to the realistic graph simulation of the actual 1WD 5403: 12.3kW 338A phase 143 batt.. but as well that simulator does not calculate the torque gain made by the flux weakening witch improve the speed curve by about 25 real km/h.

I also attached a comparison between the 5403 and teh MXUS 3T. This will be a HUGE improovement! for the rear motor!

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by skWarDog » Aug 10 2015 8:38pm

Doctorbass wrote:Hi tom as i mentionned in many other threads here is the patr number for that red coating: made my Sprayon : EL601 or A00601A00 and here is the sku: 075577842131 or 075577004980

:wink:

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Doc, have you ever considered using a proper Dip & Bake product that completely fills in the gaps between the magnet wires to prevent vibration wear shorts, give you much better cooling and water resistance? If your have an old oven to preheat and post-bake your motor, it's way better than any air dry insulator. I use a mil-spec dip & bake with outstanding results, but there are plenty of commercial grade products available, such as:
http://www.temcoindustrialpower.com/pro ... ins_guides

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by Doctorbass » Aug 11 2015 3:56pm

Here is the link to the post with the Drag Racing Video of the event of this weekend!!:

https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... =6&t=71791

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by Doctorbass » Aug 12 2015 4:04pm

OK i finally got my custom FRONT suspension motor axel finished!

The Stark & Bros machining shop here dis awsome work! ( Will definitively include them in my next projects!)

So i got my 20mm dia Stainless Steel axel with keyway slot, hole for the axel C-clip groove and all press fit and slide fit diameter just perfect! I also asked for a larger diameter adapter like the White Brothers fork specificely have on the right side. I also installed larger I.D. ( 20mm) bearing on the side cover.

Oh btw just in case you ask, I will use the clamping force of the fork dropout as well as a big dowel pin to transfer all torque from the axel to the fork base.

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by macribs » Aug 12 2015 4:26pm

Nice work Doc. What kind of phase wire size will you be able fit there?
Are you planning to skip regen on front wheel? Seems those who have had axle failure more often then not it snaps during regen braking. If you don't use regen up front likely it would cause less strain on the fork legs and axle clamps as well.

Damn I look forward to see the bike completed, on the drag strip and see what time & speed you get now.

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Post by Ohbse » Aug 12 2015 11:13pm

macribs wrote:Nice work Doc. What kind of phase wire size will you be able fit there?
Are you planning to skip regen on front wheel? Seems those who have had axle failure more often then not it snaps during regen braking. If you don't use regen up front likely it would cause less strain on the fork legs and axle clamps as well.

Damn I look forward to see the bike completed, on the drag strip and see what time & speed you get now.
Regen loads are not going to be any different from using the disk brakes. If people are snapping forks using disk brakes I'm sure we would hear about it constantly ;) Assuming the clamp load is adequate I don't see any issues.

Awesome work Doc. Did you get any 60' times from the 1/8th mile track? Bizzare where they built that thing considering if it was just slightly back into the nice flat valley they could have had a flat race surface and an uphill runoff!

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by Doctorbass » Aug 17 2015 6:55pm

Got some POWERFULL 100C lipo made for Drag Racing today! Thanks to John Metric from Lonestars Racing! These also have serious 8 gauge wires!

I tested one on my professional RI meter and i got 7.77miliohm... look like i'm lucky !! ( 777) lol

That's 1.3 miliohm per cell witch is about the same as the Nanotech. These are 4.5Ah cells. and John used these for their full 100C for 9 second run with the Electric Drag racing Miata!

Here are some pics from the facebook of John.
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If i drive those the same way John is using for his Electric Miata, i will get 29.7kW of power out of these 4 little packs!!

I will use these to power my 2 MAX-E Adaptto at about 160A. This will draw 320A from these 1P cells! that's about 71C rate for about 10-15 sec

at 1.3 miliohm per cell that's 28.6 miliohms total for 22s pack.

At 320A that's 0.0286*320 =9.15V sag and 2928W in heat in these cells for 10 seconds = 29kJ of energy

Here are mine arrived today! :mrgreen: But I might order some more.

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by Doctorbass » Aug 17 2015 7:05pm

UPDATE!

I have measured the 3 other packs and guess what??!! as incredible as it appear i also got 7.77 miliohm on all 3 other packs !!!! :twisted: 8) these look like to be great quality with RI so constant..
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Post by Ohbse » Aug 17 2015 7:09pm

They look great, pretty awesome results. You might find that the resistance will go down a little with some heat depending on the internal chemistry.

Are you going to re-terminate one of the packs to get your 20-22s?

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Post by Doctorbass » Aug 17 2015 7:34pm

Ohbse wrote:They look great, pretty awesome results. You might find that the resistance will go down a little with some heat depending on the internal chemistry.

Are you going to re-terminate one of the packs to get your 20-22s?

Yes probably i will modify one of thjese packs to go 20 or 22s... i'm still not sure if these 3T motor will be too painfull for the MAX-E... Doc
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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by Doctorbass » Aug 17 2015 8:43pm

OK Motor mod is finished!! Time to install the rim and spokes!

You can compare with the stock MXUS motor:

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by skWarDog » Aug 17 2015 8:57pm

That came out nice, Doc! I think I'd like to do that for a 2wd build this winter...... my front controller is a Mini-E and Max-E in the rear. Any CAD drawings that you would be willing to share? Or maybe a hook-up with your machine shop to produce another?
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Post by Doctorbass » Aug 17 2015 10:34pm

skWarDog wrote:That came out nice, Doc! I think I'd like to do that for a 2wd build this winter...... my front controller is a Mini-E and Max-E in the rear. Any CAD drawings that you would be willing to share? Or maybe a hook-up with your machine shop to produce another?

I dont have any cad, all hand draw in a way the machinist understand lol.

But I can post these drawing soon for the 20mm front suspension motor axel

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Post by izeman » Aug 18 2015 4:18am

why do you use the original silicone of the phase wires and not change it for heat shrink? those turnigy wire's silicone is very thick, and you could make the axle thinner, or the bore smaller to fit the wires in.

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Post by macribs » Aug 18 2015 3:27pm

izeman wrote:why do you use the original silicone of the phase wires and not change it for heat shrink? those turnigy wire's silicone is very thick, and you could make the axle thinner, or the bore smaller to fit the wires in.
my guess the sleeving is thick for a reason, if the heat shrink should melt away or get ripped open somehow that would mean something will fry.

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Post by macribs » Aug 18 2015 3:34pm

oh man i look forward to see you nxt race. do u have any friends with decent dsl camera/lenses that can shoot 4K video so we can see the face expressions of the car and motorcycles you will blast past on the strip?

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Post by Doctorbass » Aug 18 2015 4:28pm

izeman wrote:why do you use the original silicone of the phase wires and not change it for heat shrink? those turnigy wire's silicone is very thick, and you could make the axle thinner, or the bore smaller to fit the wires in.
The original wires was not silicon but very thin fragile teflon gauge 16 or 14 wires. Heat shrink soften alot when hot and it become fragile .. even more fragile than the silicone skin. I can not use thicker axel. It must remain 20mm to fit the front suspension fork.
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Post by madin88 » Aug 19 2015 6:57am

Doctorbass wrote: i'm still not sure if these 3T motor will be too painfull for the MAX-E... Doc
wasn't it you who has measured the inductance to be about 150µH on 3T motor? If so than it should be ok (4T Cromotor has even lower inductance)
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Post by Doctorbass » Aug 19 2015 9:21am

madin88 wrote:
Doctorbass wrote: i'm still not sure if these 3T motor will be too painfull for the MAX-E... Doc
wasn't it you who has measured the inductance to be about 150µH on 3T motor? If so than it should be ok (4T Cromotor has even lower inductance)

Yeah you are right but i have to decide if i go for 20 or keep 22s witch make a big diff on the margin for voltage overshoot on the Fets... I guess people that used the cromotor 4T have used 20s or less..

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Re: Doctorbass 2WD NYX / Adaptto / MXUS 32kW 105 pounds

Post by chucho » Aug 19 2015 10:14am

Liked very much so far!! Thank you for sharing :!: :!: That axel for the front motor is a very good idea :shock: i am very curious to see how good is going to sustain torque the part of the fork that holds it (dont know the name in english :( )

Loved also the pick of the packs!! :mrgreen:
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Post by fechter » Aug 19 2015 7:49pm

That's a lot of Lipo :twisted:
Just be careful. We don't want your house to look like that place in China that blew up.

Motor's looking great. I think that axle setup will be very strong.

Is the bike going to have pedals?
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Post by adam333 » Aug 19 2015 7:53pm

Nice project Doc =)

I am surprised that you want to attempt hi speed with such a low voltage though.

I will follow your developments.

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Post by Doctorbass » Aug 19 2015 10:41pm

fechter wrote:That's a lot of Lipo :twisted:
Just be careful. We don't want your house to look like that place in China that blew up.

Motor's looking great. I think that axle setup will be very strong.

Is the bike going to have pedals?

Ah haaa Yes Fechter this will remain a E-bicycle as well ! It will have pedal, handlebar and normal bicycle seat as well as bicycle and tire rim.

I want it to be the quickest true E-bicycle that does not look like motorcycle.. so that have no motorcycle parts.

I will be carefull with these Lipo, Thanks for the advice 8) ... John confirmed that These have been tested at 200C rate on a 10 second 1/4 mile motorcycle... that's just 900A per 1p !!! and they took it well ... the plastic from teh connector melted but the cells was ok.

The bike will have 22s1p first and i will order 4 more pack so it will be 22s 2p for 9Ah 82V and an amazing power of 74kW for a bit less than 10 pounds of battery!

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