Hi,John Bozi wrote:If wheel size is the same for the 3kw 50H V3,QSMOTOR wrote:Hi,bigpie wrote:Would the 3000w with the high torque winding be any good for a gas gas trials bike conversion at 48v?
The torque capability is same for each winding motor.
According to our test, for 3kW 50H V3 motor, the max. torque could reach to 180.0N.m.
If the motor is ridden at 30kmh up a hill on different windings, which motor turn count will heat up the least?
Is it the 7t?
Or do all the different winding motors require the same torque or amount of power, so the same amount of heat will happen in every winding at low speeds?
Are you saying the volt and amp ratio makes no difference to heat in the motor at low speeds?
Specifically off road riders often ride an average of 30kmh, so in this case a 7t or custom 8t would be best to keep the motor cooler, correct?
As your average speed is only 30kmh, we suggest you to use our 7T winding motor.(17*7T, 48v@300RPM)
For your question about speed and torque, you can refer to this comment " The lower turn motor can take more amps then a higher turn count motor.
Every turn count motor has exactly the same torque, its just a matter of how it gets there.
It requires less amps on a high turn count motor but that motor has longer strands of thinner copper wire then a low turn count motor. So its a balancing act."