airtime wrote: Is it possible to cut the wires and have it connected to a switch for Regen instead of the break levers due to my bike having hydrolic brakes.
Yeah mate just chop off the lever itself and connect any momentary switch across the wires.
Will the regen function work. Because I've been told that My controller doesn't have regen function.
I'm fairly sure it does but I haven't tested it myself on that batch and haven't got any more here to test it for you.
Easy way to find out, plug in the levers, lift up the back of the bike and spin up the motor and see if pulling the levers stop the motor or just cut out the throttle.
Oh and where can I buy more of these motors ( 5404).
No where unfortunately, yours is the last one in the country, possibly the world!
These were very hot property and now that they're all gone your only chance of snagging one is second hand. But we fought long and hard to get them made, pooling our cash from around the globe getting enough together to have them made for us. I can't see that happening again any time soon if ever. Ironically after going to all the effort to get them here I haven't even mounted my own one yet - it's still sitting here waiting to get laced into the fat 24x3" rim and a heap of amps from a 24 fet controller. I'm amassing my 'bucket list' of ebike parts and builds but have no time to finish them
They're not the only option for big power though and I'm working on something with atleast equal if not better performance
Still more torque than the bomber,
but not as much top end
Yeah the bombers use a different wind for high speed, 5403 I think, possibly even 5402.
The one you have is the best for proper offroading and steep stuff where you really need the torque over higher top speed. You could always run higher voltage into with a 4115 fet controller but they won't take as much current. I debated running my own one one higher voltage for more speed but decided to go for bulk torque running on 24S with big current. 150 amps should get it moving satisfactorily