I am glad you did end up with a combo, since BMS Battery does not want to sell us a controller other than the little 36 volt one for the Q100 motors.
There is another small 48 volt controller that was on AliExpress a year ago, that would , perhaps , work but some of the connectors are different .
and I do not know if it is even still available .
Now that I have had an Infineon Controller , and Cycle Analyst 2.3 , to work with a Mac hub motor, I am quite happy with the Infineon Controllers and Cycle Analyst Display.
I can adjust, at any time,
the amount of amps that I can run through the controller and motor, buy just a few button pushes on the C.A. 2.3, in other words, I can adjust for what kind of riding I do that day,
or even adjust down the amps if I am going for longer distances, slower speeds during a ride , when stopped of course .
The only thing I do not like about both of those. is the size of the Infineon Controllers, they are bigger than the really cheep small ones,
The size of the Cycle Analyst. it is like a brick, and the mount is terrible, however I am extremely Happy with it, and its functions, and just lately I found a better way to mount it .
here : http://em3ev.com/store/index.php?route= ... uct_id=157
I look forward to pictures of how stock you made the bike look, and especially the close up of the connectors,
When you say Blue/Yellow, does that mean
Blue from the Motor - to - Yellow of the controller ?
Blue from the Controller - to - Yellow of the motor ?
That's the controller I took.
I asked them to reprogram it at 15 amps so not to overheat and I am running it with a 14s battery. I'll upload a picture when I can this week of the connectors
I ended up with a quite a crazy combo because I wasn't sure what a good combo looked and sounded like