Measure the current it draws at WOT without any load at two differnt voltages like 10s and 20s battery.ElectricGod wrote: ↑Jul 09, 2018 3:17 pmI can check RPM with my laser tacho at a 66 and 82 volts.Just for clarity, what's no load current?If you have a CA you could program it to show you the RPM in tenth instead of the speed.
You would need to set the wheel circumfernce to 1666 or something like that, but better check the manual or CA thread.
Write down the exact voltage so you can calculate the Watts later with the Amps you measure.
I think the maximum no load consumption for this motor will be around 300W. This tells you max usable RPM.
btw: what controller are you using?
Yes that can be called as consistent wound.
Whats the kV?
The sale version is 57kV (no other windings to choose), but this could have been different when you bought yours..