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12.27.2007, 01:10 PM

what i think would be cool is
one of these
http://www.atomicmods.com/Products/E...FRpdagodVmMrXg

your esc, lutach.

2 of these
http://b-p-p.com/proddetail.php?prod=j_%23TP2000_11.1

and this (maybe, 6s might burn it up, but for $19, who cares )
http://www.hobbycity.com/hobbycity/s...idProduct=5379


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what i think would be cool is
one of these
http://www.atomicmods.com/Products/E...FRpdagodVmMrXg

your esc, lutach.

2 of these
http://b-p-p.com/proddetail.php?prod=j_%23TP2000_11.1

and this (maybe, 6s might burn it up, but for $19, who cares )
http://www.hobbycity.com/hobbycity/s...idProduct=5379
I have the Align 430L that I want to try with around 4S. I love that Atomic conversion.
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12.28.2007, 04:24 AM

I noticed earlier you mentioned HV for electric vehicle stuff. That is an additional market you guys could grab if you went over 12s. I currently run 25s 4p A123 cells but only at 25 amps on a bike. Some other guys online are running 30s with around 80 amps. Everyones major complaint in that community is the lack of high current brushless controllers. So put something out. The popular FET in that community is IRFB4110 100v 180a peak. I love my RC but would love to have some more power so I could basically ride my RC.
   
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I noticed earlier you mentioned HV for electric vehicle stuff. That is an additional market you guys could grab if you went over 12s. I currently run 25s 4p A123 cells but only at 25 amps on a bike. Some other guys online are running 30s with around 80 amps. Everyones major complaint in that community is the lack of high current brushless controllers. So put something out. The popular FET in that community is IRFB4110 100v 180a peak. I love my RC but would love to have some more power so I could basically ride my RC.
I received a mail from the guy who is doing my HV controller and he said he will work on the software after the next year. He also mentioned it is easier to make a 80 or 100 volt unit. I'm still waiting for him to give me a solid answer on that. I know of a company that makes controllers for e-bikes and I think they have 2 motors, one is 5000W and the other is 10000W. Here is the specs on the controller:

Power Voltage Supply: 48V-60V DC
Drivable Motor Power: 1500W-10KW
Max. drive Current: 75A-300A

Here is the specs on one of the motor designs:

Rated voltage: DC48V-72V
Rated power: 10000W
Rated rotating speed: 1000rpm-2600rpm
Rated efficiency: Greater than and equal to 90%
Applied for electric bicycles, tricycles, electric ATV and four wheeler vehicles
Stator Diameter: 160mm
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12.28.2007, 05:44 PM

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I noticed earlier you mentioned HV for electric vehicle stuff. That is an additional market you guys could grab if you went over 12s. I currently run 25s 4p A123 cells but only at 25 amps on a bike. Some other guys online are running 30s with around 80 amps. Everyones major complaint in that community is the lack of high current brushless controllers. So put something out. The popular FET in that community is IRFB4110 100v 180a peak. I love my RC but would love to have some more power so I could basically ride my RC.
maybe it is a bit off topic but could you post some pic's from your bike?
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02.07.2008, 04:16 PM

Slight bit of a necropost, but I stumbled across this whilst looking on fleebay:

Speedpassion esc

and their main site:Clicky

One or both of those escs look rather familiar to me...
   
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Slight bit of a necropost, but I stumbled across this whilst looking on fleebay:

Speedpassion esc

and their main site:Clicky

One or both of those escs look rather familiar to me...
You should check out the guys at rctech.net. They are flaming and would probably choke me to death. Speed Passion is a line from King Golden which is a distributor. I have the controller from the factory that made Speed Passion, but the factory's has beeter specs. I think UH www.hobbycity.com will carry the same model I have. I'm still trying to get pricing from the factory, but the delay is incredible.
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02.07.2008, 04:38 PM

Problem is the 3S lipo limit sucks
   
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Problem is the 3S lipo limit sucks
For Speed Passion yes, mine handles 4S lipos.
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02.07.2008, 05:08 PM

I saw that in the SP thread lutach

You really got flamed lol, I was laughing so hard, those guys really want what everyone else has
   
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Link please, I enjoy a good laugh.
   
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Check into this one as well....

http://www.himodel.com/electric/HiMo...200A-OPTO.html
   
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I saw that in the SP thread lutach

You really got flamed lol, I was laughing so hard, those guys really want what everyone else has
They actually messed up in this forum: http://www.radiocontrolzone.com/showthread.php?t=244134. Adam actually said the SP GT pictured was the 60A Feigao, which is not true. I hope to get prices soon and I hope hobbycity.com can get them as well and I'll see what those guys who bought the GT will say. It's funny how Shawn started making up specs when he was under the gun. Those guys have no clue what timing means and I've seen them saying if you advance the time in a brushless, the motor will be faster. I wish my motors would go faster if I change the timing. If I'm wrong, please correct me.

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02.07.2008, 07:11 PM

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I'm still waiting to see what some guys in rcgroups have to say about that controller. The price is too good to pass out for a 200A, 7S controller.
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02.07.2008, 07:18 PM

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Link please, I enjoy a good laugh.
Those guys are loyal Schumacher fanatics, are you prepared to go there .

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=200179 They really got pissed after Post #245.

They closed this thread: http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthread.php?t=172640
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