Despite all this reading, this 3 month Ebike 'Newbie' is both spinning, a lil confused yet still committed to my 1st 'Build project,' and the leaf motor you all raved about (Yes I want to pedal and @least 7 speed)... I'm not understanding why the 4T is the overall best for a fast winding, IF as posted 3T does exist. Why too fast neptronix? would it's Torque on the flat suffer badly too?neptronix wrote:Don't buy a 3t if it exists, unless you have a 16 or 20 inch wheel. It is just going to be way too fast of a winding. You'd need a 24fet to drive it to it's potential ( >100A ) and even 48v would be too high of a voltage for it in a 26" wheel, lol.Baron wrote:Is 16*4t the fastest wind they offer? does anyone know if they do a faster wind, 3t?
I've a 24s lifepo4 76.8v nominal - 87.6v charged, cell Prismatic 30ah nominal, High drain 3c(90A)-8c(240A) but only a 50a-100a bms on the batt pack ("to match the leaf motors power," says vendor,) being assembled for me, to be mated 2 a custom Lyen edition 18 FET 4110 Mark 11 High endurance controller and obv the 1500w nominal Leaf. I was hoping the 3T winding on this 72v would be ..."Interesting" on a lighter bike but really meant for a heavier Enduro steel frame setup. Would that just not work right? as a newbie I'm still wrapping my head around it all any help explaining again is appreciated guys.