HiCJonaBttlrckt wrote: ↑Oct 27 2019 6:28pmHi Rix and all,
On my recommendation, early last year my friend picked up a new bomber, coincidentally one of the first with the UFO motor.
It's a very fast bike..too fast I'd argue and I do wonder why stealth seem to go for speed over torque...anyway, that's an aside!
The bike is now on its fifth or sixth controller, including two sine wave controllers, and its second or third DC1.
Typically in two to four months it seems to cook the controllers and who knows what it's doing to the DC1.
After the first few normal replacement controllers stopped working, stealth sent two sine wave controllers.
The first sine wave just stopped working, saying 'cannot connect throttle' and the last sine is now overheating too quickly.
The replacement normal controller for this overheating sine wave controller overheats in minutes and is un-rideable, so he is planning to go back to the overheating sine wave so he can at least ride it for now!
I have been reluctant to post about this previously thinking stealth would fix and also I thought if there was someone else having the same problem, they would post about it.
My friend is otherwise very happy with the bike...though he is at times ready to ride it off a cliff!
Incidentally, at the same time another friend also picked up a fighter and it has been generally trouble free!
Your overheating problem may well be the size and weight of your rear tyre, and is that also a heavy duty rim and spokes ?
24 fet might be the answer.