Cnc Service For ES members just add front bat brackets

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Re: Cnc Service For ES members just add front bat brackets

Post by macribs » Sep 25 2016 3:33pm

Some really nice work done there. Seems really great.

Do you happen to have a pic of the fork clamps with your 20s12ah battery mounted?
Would love to see how it looks together.

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Re: Cnc Service For ES members just add front bat brackets

Post by mrzed » Sep 25 2016 11:24pm

I like the holders, though that pack wiring seems to have really uneven current sharing.

I like 7s layout as it seems a rewlly good pack size for longer range packs. What's the length and width for a 7s14p on the holder?

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Re: Cnc Service For ES members just add front bat brackets

Post by boisrondevens » Sep 26 2016 11:19am

mrzed wrote:I like the holders, though that pack wiring seems to have really uneven current sharing.

I like 7s layout as it seems a rewlly good pack size for longer range packs. What's the length and width for a 7s14p on the holder?


This Pack was made for a low power bike so the current sharing is ok. When building high power pack you don't want to make to many Series connections in the middle of the pack since the cells in middle of the pack don't bread like the one on the outside. A pack should be built according to the end use. I use 10g copper wire so the resistance is very low. remember that copper as 5 times the conductivity of nickel strips.

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