yes - he is.GCinDC wrote:subscribed!
i love this new one too. is that fas7r?
no rear disk brakes on this bike yet, regen is enoughyou should up photos of your cromo disc modification.
yes - all the batts now is inside the pelican caseare all the batts in the pelican? or are there batts along the frame there? or is that your charger mounted to the frame?
also, how do you monitor cell voltage?
i always thought it would be great to somehow use a controller in charging...andreym wrote:yep - it is a Maxcontroller - sorry for comments on Russian, I should make an English version as wellGCinDC wrote:ok andrey, this is very interesting. can you give a few words of explanation in english?
what is the max controller?
yes - any PSU with sufficient power and the voltage less that battery voltage can be connected to negative charge wire(each max-e and mini-e will have this wire) and to positive through coil (inductance 15-30uH) to any of the phase wires. While all the phase wires should be still connected to the motor.
So only 2 leads connected to PSU will cause the controller enter the charge mode.
Coil is a must, it will not work well without it.
Charge current and max battery voltage could be set up in the menu, and it will charge the battery as CC\CV charger, even if the PSU does not have CC mode.
no - there is a free space for the rear disc brake, I`m just too lazy to make it installed. And regen braking with a Cromotor is really hard enoughGCinDC wrote: so is the frame to small for the disc?
and torque arm photos?
is it much harder to turn with the weight on the forks? or just a little?
It will be available in nearest future, and it is definitely the most advanced controller you ever could imagine beforechroot wrote:Question, When will the MAX-E controller able start to sell and it seems very attractive controller. I am interested and I have CroMotor runs on Lyen controller but the MAX-E controller seems has better feature than Lyen controller.
You will get ~70pkh on flat with the same rim and tire with regular controller.BlackArrow wrote:Hi,
Very interesting videos and data here its really nice, I like to know if you get the 98 Km/h top speed on flat road with a 18S Lipo pack ?
andreym wrote:here is the video of new firmware update test.
yes hookworms, both, handling well, when you see wet surface, you just keep in mind that it`s wet and do not lean 45 degrees on the cornerfull-throttle wrote: Wow, that's fast Only 2kph short of a 100
Are you running Hookworms? No problem in the wet?
How's the suspension?
so they don't pinch the axle? does that axle go back and forth between accelerating and regen?andreym wrote:as for the torque arms... 2pcs 6mm each side 35ХГСА steel
no, they don`tGCinDC wrote: so they don't pinch the axle? does that axle go back and forth between accelerating and regen?
Rims crack that way from over inflation. You must've been running 60PSI.andreym wrote:only rear Doubletrack is almost trashed, Will change it for moped rim later.
here is how it looks like from inside
never more than 60-70 indoor, so definitely less outdoor at -Cfull-throttle wrote:You must've been running 60PSI.
Did you make any spare torque arms sets made to sell or have drawings?andreym wrote: as for the torque arms... 2pcs 6mm each side 35ХГСА steel
I will look for drawings tomorrow.voicecoils wrote: Did you make any spare torque arms sets made to sell or have drawings?
My D8 with broken hanger could use such a neat design!