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puntofato
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If anyone is interested I can help

What'sup 00306998637016

Regards

Dimitris

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Nardcox
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Dimitris, I might need some help. I will open up my own topic as well later tonight or something next week.

I'm planning on the following:

  • New battery: 20S16P (72V/46A) = 3.3KW (based on Samsung 29E I think)
  • Kelly Controller 7218S or higher?
  • QS273 4KW motor
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CubeyTerra
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@nardcox I will be watching this topic with great interest. As soon as the warranty runs out on mine, I plan to gut it and upgrade it like this. The main thing stopping me is not being 100% sure that I'd order the right parts.

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puntofato
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You can gain from my experience and avoid mistakes I did. I would not buy the 7218 again. Contact me on whatsup.

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Dgreaves
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@puntofato

Hi, just joined as I'm interested in the TC or TC max. I like the look of the TC more...

I was wondering if this would be a suitable upgrade from what you have experienced so far?

http://www.qs-motor.com/product/17inch-4000w-hub-motor-electric-motorcycle-conversion-kits-max-speed-110kph/

 

And follow that up with new batteries for the draw.

 

Thanks for any advice, enjoyed your vids.

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Nardcox
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@dgreaves, that would be a huge upgrade, although I think the price will be pretty steep mainly due to that controller. That 7250H can also be replaced by a 7245H which will save some coin. Eitherway, you will most definately need a new battery!!

60V*30A=1.8KW where that motor/controller setup will eat 4KW. It's best to keep continuous power below 1C (1x the A of the battery) of the batteries to not overstress them and keep getting good performance and cycle life.

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