I'll have to come back and add some more comments, but hopefully this is useful.
Unboxed Luna Monster Cyclone 7.5kW kit with 120A Controller
120A Luna Controller Box
Pretty awesome graphics on the controller box. Why? Why not?
Inside the box lid has some different graphics
Even the end of the box has some cool looking post apocalyptic art. Is that Eric? ?
Let's grab the ruler. The phase wires are 8 or 10 guage and quite stiff. I'd say 13.5" overall length without getting too aggressive with the bending.
Controller width 117mm
I'll have to get back to listing everything, but pretty standard controller stuff.
Here's the Lyen "65A" Mark II controller from my LR Big Block kit sitting on top of the Luna 120A Controller.
BB Cups together on spindle offer 66mm spacing. Maybe run that E-type front derailleur, because (not pictured) the drive ring is setup as a double (three rings)! Can you imagine a front shift at 7500W? LOL
With the NDS arm installed you can see this will just barely fit a 120mm BB shell.
Motor mounting plates are 6mm and 3mm thick. The holes on the 6mm plate are countersunk.
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If your BB shell is 120mm wide than the 9mm of side plates will not work with the provided setup. Max Shell width is 111mm for the provided BB and spindle.
Claimed motor specs. 100Nm (peak) is about 74ft/lbs of torque. A Suzuki SV1000 has about 70ft/lbs.
120mm from outside mounting face to outside mounting face.
From furthest protruding bolt to mounting face is 130mm
From mounting face to protruding shaft Key (could be shorted to gain a few more mm of clearance),
is 49mm, Total overall motor width is 179mm!
Provided hardware almost seems like a joke!
M5 x 140mm I looked everywhere for substitute hardware in M6 and stumbled upon this exact bolt described as FURNITURE Hardware. I mean, yeah it's mostly in shear, but come on!
Bolt does protrude 9mm past the nut. Also, remember if you do go looking for a proper flat socket or countersunk bolt the length includes the head. This button head is 143 overall, but does sit down inside the countersink when looking at this picture. Good luck!
I did confirm that an M6 bolt will fit through the provided holes. I also believe they could be enlarged to M8 and still make it through the heat sink.
Motor with side plate attached
I'm thinking about tapping these for M8 x 1.25 hardware. Did notice that some of the holes don't line up with the plate holes that well, which doesn't matter if you're only putting an M5 bolt through, but could get tricky to modify
At M8 even this 11mm side plate would have over 8 full threads engaged.
Motor shaft is 20mm with 6mm Key, turned down from 25mm shaft exiting motor
Phase wires are pretty short so plan on making extensions or keeping the controller nearby
Did hook it all up just to make sure it worked.
that's a lot of photos....please don't crash, please don't crash, please don't crash
any chance you can take off the side covers and have a look inside? im looking at these with a mind to make some custom side plates to fit them easier... so it'd be good to see inside if you can.