Okay Guys, I've just about had it with this
I've gone through the spreadsheet of possible wiring combinations THREE TIMES (108 combinations!) and have so far been unable to find success. I recorded a video, if you have a few spare minutes PLEASE help me troubleshoot
If I didn't do that right, the direct link is http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3mevtsqnIVA
So the problem I have is that when I turn the throttle at any speed faster than a tedious constant crawl, the motor cuts out and I have to return the throttle to zero to be able to start it again. Also as you can probably hear it doesn't sound too happy, but no load current is just over 2A, I killed my watt-meter so I don't know what the no load current was when running it sensorless.
The way I have it set up currently makes it spin the wrong way around but IIRC switching one of the hall wires will fix that.
In all of these different wiring combinations I have kept the sensors in the same slots, now from reading this thread, and another very similar one I've become confused as to whether one needs to try different slot locations for each of the sensors? It is a 12 pole motor with the sensors evenly distributed in the slots. (a 3 slot gap between each)
I forgot to say, I am using The honey well S411A's and another interesting thing is when I change the controller to 60 degree timing it appears as if nothing changes.