snellemin wrote:No, the Pie is running at 85V continuous. I eeked out 44mph on my commute back home today, with the help of some slight tail wind. As you can see in one of the pics, that I peaked @ 74A at one point, which makes it a bit more than 6000W peak. Not bad for a Pie.
adobian wrote:How much do you guys pay for the Magic Pie kit these days?
Is this a good price for it?
I need a kit that could mount disc brake in the rear, and should be 28 inch because this is a 29er bike.
adobian wrote:I have just talked to the guy at YescomUSA. I said that the 48V 500W kit and the 48V 1000W contain the same motor. It's just the controller of the 500W is weaker and it's limiting the current to the motor.
He said it's not true. He said the wattage handling is specified by the motor, not the controller.
Am I right or is he right?
adobian wrote:Thanks to you, I spent a little more for the 1000W kit. I picked up today at their wherehouse. On my way to my first ebike
snellemin wrote:I tried to see how far I could go without charging my small 4000mah pack. I pedaled along averaging 20-22mph and few full burst of power. Out of 3060mah I got 15.28 miles. CA shows 15.2 Wh/mi. So it looks like I can eak out 20 mile max out of my setup.
snellemin wrote:I got 38mph at 1500W this morning to work with a slight tailwind. The taller Michelins gave me the extra mph. I actually measured the circumference with a small rope and ended up with 84" and updated the CA with the new number. I also went from 30PSI to 50PSI on both the front and back. I trued up the rear wheel last nite to get rid of the ghetto whobble that started a month ago.
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