E-ScooterDude wrote:Here's my battery plan. I designed this paper so that when you fold it, it accurately represents the cell orientation.
E-ScooterDude wrote:Thanks again EG.
According to my math I can fit up to 4 of these packs in the bay for a total of 24Ah, depending on where I put the controller. I will be able to get at least 3 in there no matter what. That's why I am looking at an "outrigger" pack just in case. In the end, I may go with something like what you are using just to get the range I'm looking for, or if I extend my current requirements.
Also, thank you very much for the battery source tip. I was looking around for a good source for these things. The prices are all over the place on these depending on where you get them, and I definitely don't want fakes or knock-offs.
E-ScooterDude wrote:Those chargers are amazing. I can tell a lot of work went into them to give you what you were looking for. Thanks for sharing those ideas.
I did check out the Currie scooter thread, and I agree that it should be a rocket with that little weight and that much power. The 1000 I had was just a bit smaller than my current one, but the one you have seems way smaller. I got a kick out of the extended battery box.
E-ScooterDude wrote:EG: I will report whether these tires wear well and how they do under adverse conditions (limited off-road). I use Michelin's on my E-Bike and they are fantastic so I was naturally interested in them. Also, they were the exact size I was looking for.
Two more questions for you EG:
1. With your current power setup, what would you say is the MAX Amps you pull, even for a short max power run? Also, what would you say is your continuous Amp draw?
2. When you order from a Chinese merchant (through Alibaba, AliExpress, etc) do you get overseas or air freight shipping?
E-ScooterDude wrote:Thanks EG.
This whole buying from China thing is coming together, and there does seem to be a technique to it.
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