Ianhill wrote:A magnetic drill press is on my list of shed tools they are handy because they are mobile'ish and the most stubborn materials are normally magnetic, I'm undecided on what to build next i may just stick with the faggio scooter and drop a 2000w 48v in there and run it 20s 4.3kw on the trapiz controller, it would need a new dc-dc converter, connectors and wiring upgrade, 1 more 4s 16000mah lipo and 219 sprockets and treaded tyres, it would have 20s16ah multistar and 20s 10ah graphene then it would be a bad bitch if I solder the shunt up.
Ianhill wrote:Cheers for the links, I had the 120v on my ebay watch but if the 96v is upto the job of 82v no issues and half the size that's the one for me, I'm sure it will take 84v its only to power my rear lights and trigger my main power relay I use it.
I've been on aliens site and i do like his motors ive seen them used with good effect but the boma was a direct swap shorten the wire solder on some new connectors swap the dcdc convertor and test at 20s with 10ah see how it rolls only be an afternoons work.
Good work on the moped build the specs sound like its going to take off, Any big boy battery in mind ?
Ianhill wrote:Must of spent some hours on this one its been completely remastered from vhs to bluray. I'm starting a e300 mk3 soon it won't be massively expensive or the best parts but I'll use what I've learnt to make sure she singing all the high notes.
Ianhill wrote:Street tyre looks a good choice specially for wet conditions, I like indicators, I dont nw where you find the time for it all, What's the deal with that engine bracket how come you are swapping it ? Are you putting a cover to protect the motor like the cage fitted to the izip1000 etc.
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