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Post by QSMOTOR » Jun 28 2016 3:46am

PKGB wrote:I placed the order on AliExpress. PI ORDER NO.QSM16PB0624001
Thank you for your support.
Aliexpress is ok, handled by my workmate Cherry.
You could check with her if any question.

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Post by DasDouble » Jul 01 2016 7:33am

Hello dear QS-Team,

I have bought a custom made QS Vector Motor. After accidentally letting my bike drop to the left side while standing still, it is squealing when driving up to ~10kmh. The slower the speed gets, the louder is the squealing noise. What can I do against that?
Artur from Vector Team said I better do not use WD40 against that. Or can I drive it without having to worry? I would really appreciate your help.

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Post by QSMOTOR » Jul 01 2016 7:42am

DasDouble wrote:Hello dear QS-Team,

I have bought a custom made QS Vector Motor. After accidentally letting my bike drop to the left side while standing still, it is squealing when driving up to ~10kmh. The slower the speed gets, the louder is the squealing noise. What can I do against that?
Artur from Vector Team said I better do not use WD40 against that. Or can I drive it without having to worry? I would really appreciate your help.

Best regards,

Elias
Hello Elias,

Thank you for your support. Firstly, Vecotr is our official dealer.
For the squealing noise, could you please send more information with picture and videos?
To my email, vito@tzquanshun.com
I will check with our Engineer accordingly.

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Post by DasDouble » Jul 01 2016 5:46pm

Dear Vito,

thank you, for your like always existing fast and good support. I will send you an Email tomorrow (german time), which is in like 10 houres.

Good evening and best regards,

Elias

EDIT: After seeing that you are using WhatsApp, I have sent a video to you via WhatsApp.
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Post by QSMOTOR » Jul 01 2016 8:37pm

DasDouble wrote:Dear Vito,

thank you, for your like always existing fast and good support. I will send you an Email tomorrow (german time), which is in like 10 houres.

Good evening and best regards,

Elias

EDIT: After seeing that you are using WhatsApp, I have sent a video to you via WhatsApp.
Got it, let me see.

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Post by DasDouble » Jul 03 2016 9:50am

Hi, can I open the motor to look where the motor is scratching and where the squealing is coming from? Or will Loose warranty for doing that?

And which special oil do I need? In pretty sure that I should not use any oil for that.

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Post by Quokka » Jul 05 2016 3:57am

Fedex truck turned up today... I must say QS do a great job with their packaging.
I was let down severly by another vendor with a wheelset that arrived with damaged bearings and broken hall sensors.
So far everthing looks great, thank you Vito
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Post by QSMOTOR » Jul 05 2016 10:16pm

Quokka wrote:Fedex truck turned up today... I must say QS do a great job with their packaging.
I was let down severly by another vendor with a wheelset that arrived with damaged bearings and broken hall sensors.
So far everthing looks great, thank you Vito
At your service! Stuart/Quokka.
Your order is not only handled by me, but also our exporting team, include Cyan.

Btw., one customer told us the front hub broken due to package without wooden support several months agao.
So we decide to pack it with wooden support for front and rear wheel rim ever since.
For rear wheel rim set, we will pack it with standard carton package.

We just react a bit quciker. : )
Once again, thank you for your kindly feedback!

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Post by QSMOTOR » Jul 05 2016 10:20pm

DasDouble wrote:Hi, can I open the motor to look where the motor is scratching and where the squealing is coming from? Or will Loose warranty for doing that?

And which special oil do I need? In pretty sure that I should not use any oil for that.

Regards, Elias
Hello Elias/DasDouble,

Thank you for your message on WhatApp.
Just checked, it;s ok to use bicycle Chain Oil.
I dont' suggest to disassemble the motor.
If the motor still scratching and squealing, you could try to open the motor to figure it out.
Or you will loose warranty.

If any question, please feel free to contact with us.

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Post by DasDouble » Jul 06 2016 3:03am

I have already answered Vito via WhatsApp, but I want to document it here also so maybe others with the same problem can read my results. I would not recommend bicycle chain oil. I don't know the words in English so I can't explain why. I have used some super synthetic lubricating oil from a BOSCH "repair-garage".
I have sprayed it into the axle for about 0.5-1 seconds. After that I was able to "hear the oil working". While doing that I have slightly turned the wheel so it could get inside. Still holding the motor turned, I turned the motor a couple of times and finally the squealing disappeared.

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Post by QSMOTOR » Jul 06 2016 3:08am

DasDouble wrote:I have already answered Vito via WhatsApp, but I want to document it here also so maybe others with the same problem can read my results. I would not recommend bicycle chain oil. I don't know the words in English so I can't explain why. I have used some super synthetic lubricating oil from a BOSCH "repair-garage".
I have sprayed it into the axle for about 0.5-1 seconds. After that I was able to "hear the oil working". While doing that I have slightly turned the wheel so it could get inside. Still holding the motor turned, I turned the motor a couple of times and finally the squealing disappeared.

-Elias
Hello Elias,

Thank you very much for sharing on E-S at the same time.
It's so kindly of you.

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Post by XLR8 » Jul 07 2016 11:16pm

From my experience, the squeal is a dry oil seal on the wheel bearing so there is nothing to worry about. I had this problem on my QS 3000W 60V hub motor.

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Post by QSMOTOR » Jul 07 2016 11:38pm

XLR8 wrote:From my experience, the squeal is a dry oil seal on the wheel bearing so there is nothing to worry about. I had this problem on my QS 3000W 60V hub motor.
Thank you for your sharing, XLR8.

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Post by charlesmcnall » Jul 12 2016 1:10pm

So how does the APT AE96600 96V 8kw controller compare to a Kelly KLS96601-8080I,24V-96V,600A,Sinusoidal BLDC Motor Controller?
Configuration software? spec sheets? Bluetooth? Continues current at 96VDC? Max Current? for how long?
I am interested in one for an emotorycle project.
Are there internal capacitors that need precharge resistors?
What do people typically do for fuses?
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Post by marcexec » Jul 12 2016 5:04pm

charlesmcnall wrote:So how does the APT AE96600 96V 8kw controller compare to a Kelly KLS96601-8080I,24V-96V,600A,Sinusoidal BLDC Motor Controller?
Configuration software? spec sheets? Bluetooth? Continues current at 96VDC? Max Current? for how long?
I am interested in one for an emotorycle project.
Are there internal capacitors that need precharge resistors?
What do people typically do for fuses?
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Post by Quokka » Jul 17 2016 7:42am

Had a chance to put some milage on the bike with the new QS205. Wow, what a weapon. Gave it a real hammering today and it didnt break a sweat. Definately reccomend this to anyone who wants something with wheel popping power
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Post by litespeed » Jul 17 2016 8:16am

Your bike looks perfect.....congrats on such a great job!

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Post by minde28383 » Jul 17 2016 10:46am

what's your thoughts putting this qs205 into 14inch rim? Wouldn't it have even better acceleration and better distance. Lets pretend/ignore that it would look awful in a e-bicycle frame.
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Post by GmagNeato » Jul 17 2016 3:38pm

Quokka wrote:Had a chance to put some milage on the bike with the new QS205. Wow, what a weapon. Gave it a real hammering today and it didnt break a sweat. Definately reccomend this to anyone who wants something with wheel popping power
Nice ride Quokka!! What battery config were you able to fit in that frame? I've always loved Quilbix's controller shield. Any idea what your total weight is?
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Post by Quokka » Jul 18 2016 12:44am

Never thought of a 14" rim. Would accelerate really hard i guess.
Battery i am running is a 20s 12p of sanyo ga 3500ma cells. 72v, 42amp hours. Total weight would be 45-50 kg i guess
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Post by minde28383 » Jul 18 2016 7:59am

What if qs 205 T3 (15kv) in 14inch rim with lipo 24s battery.
Such setup sounds very nice but sabvoton 72150 controller accepts only up to 95volts.
What would be max speed of such setup?
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Post by marcexec » Jul 18 2016 3:16pm

minde28383 wrote:What if qs 205 T3 (15kv) in 14inch rim with lipo 24s battery.
Such setup sounds very nice but sabvoton 72150 controller accepts only up to 95volts.
What would be max speed of such setup?
The APT controller they're also selling can go to 120V: https://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewt ... ?p=1059954
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Post by gensem » Jul 18 2016 3:55pm

Bad quality photo of the bike getting together.
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Post by litespeed » Jul 18 2016 6:22pm

Oh good gawd that motor is huge!

Can't wait to see videos of that thing in action.

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Post by Mammalian04 » Jul 18 2016 11:32pm

gensem wrote:Bad quality photo of the bike getting together.
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Very nice! That's what I am planning for my next build (273 with 17" front and rear). I'm still not sure what frame to go with yet.

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