Doctorbass wrote: i'll need to find someone that can solder that new tuve to my frame and also to extend it to 6" on the front.
i'll take pics
Will you still be using an x5 to break your record even if you can not do star/delta?
Doc if you decide to try 133-150v i will give you my 4568 mosfet controller to use!!.. this combined with a 5304 or 5303 is very fast combination .. you will be required to use the 41 type hall sensors!
Doctorbass wrote:i'm still waiting to get some mini XLR connector for the hall sensor... the controler you sent me dont have this connector.. I ordered one from Justin, but i still have no news..
pwbset wrote:Doctorbass wrote:i'm still waiting to get some mini XLR connector for the hall sensor... the controler you sent me dont have this connector.. I ordered one from Justin, but i still have no news..
Is there any reason you can't hard wire/splice the halls together one by one? The only reason I ask is that I need to get my SteveoÃ¢â€žÂ¢ brand controller to talk to my 504 halls also. Was thinking of just hard wiring them since I doubt I'll change it once it's running.
knightmb wrote:The only advise I can offer as someone who has done 60+ MPH on my current e-bike setup many times (with the help of gravity and a long, straight hill), I can say that you'll probably be able to achieve the top speed that you want, so your focus would be acceleration and stability. That's where light weight and aerodynamics come into play. If there is any lesson to learn, it's that in motorcycle racing, the driver *usually* never weights more than the machine. I think in your case, your weight will probably be greater than the e-bike, so stability is actually going to rest more with the rider than the bike.
If you have the perfect condition of just a long, flat, smooth track; focus on reducing weight and increasing power. I think this is all that you will need to achieve your goal of a world record. You want to keep the tires on the ground for traction, that's true, but I wouldn't worry about breaking lose and crashing short of the frame snapping in half, just because you will have more mass than the machine and thus actually have quite a stability advantage.
rgody wrote:Doc :
Please see some experiences achieving high speed in light electric vehicles :
Erokit (in fact electric motorcycle with pedals)
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g9UyyI_0 ... re=related
http://www.swissinfo.ch/eng/archive.htm ... 9521&ty=st
Laufer (electric recumbent)
Could be usefull
ViÃƒÂ±a del Mar
karma wrote:any pics of the pack?
Kurt wrote:Looking very good, battery pack is looking very neet and solid. What is the estimated total weight and power output of the Killabicycle?his
This has to be one of my favourite builds keep up the good work.
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