ElectricGod wrote: ↑
Jan 02 2020 8:11pm
macribs wrote: ↑
Jan 02 2020 4:02am
Keep things civil please.
That's what I would prefer too.
There's zero point in deliberately undermining people.
No point in it at all...giant waste of everyone's time.
IMHO...it's completely unproductive in every way.
And yet there is a point - you were mistaken, it was explained why you were mistaken - disinformation was corrected and the community profits from this. Allex softened the tone of his post, but he was understandably frustrated as you often post from a position of absolute authority, however may not have perfect understanding of the topic at hand. Be gracious in accepting new knowledge and continue to provide the excellent content you have been posting - I for one appreciate your efforts.
Back on topic - I received my 24f Nucular kit with the surron connectors. I gutted the stock controller and fitted the Nucular inside, trimming back the plastic cover to retain the appearance of a completely stock controller when fitted to the bike. Everything fits perfectly and with some minimal setup I was up and running. This controller is incredibly impressive - I am very pleased with the purchase and highly impressed with the support received from Vasily and the community on the telegram channel. This is dramatically better than the Adaptto that I was so fond of and by all accounts a great deal more reliable. Finally a controller that offers the full package! With the upcoming addition of the BMS functionality it will be perfect.
Top speed on completely stock L1E spec surron was 65km/h, I replaced the chain with the Luna Belt kit - this increased top speed to 72km/h (though at the expense of torque). Top speed with Nucular with the 90a battery limit (to avoid BMS tripping) is ~80km/h. Acceleration at lower speeds significantly improved. Noise significantly reduced. Loving it!
Next steps are to set up a left hand input for the regen braking, build an auxiliary 16s10p battery to connect in parallel and then I will be able to really dial up the power and unleash its full capability. Right now it feels very strangled by the 90a battery limit!