Hillhater wrote:I would certainly query the spec's with the seller, since it suggests that you have recieved a 15A controller ( what did you order ?)
However , i think the one i got had similar spec's ( 24v, 350W), but in practice it runs happily on 42v, 30A .
mine seems to have a 30A "limiter" since that is the max i ever see on my wattmeter,
At the prices you pay for these things you wont be sending it back, so you may as well just hook it up and bench test it to see what it will do !
tonyontopofabighill wrote:Another one on ebay.No prizes for guessing where it is....VIC... of course.Has the good old battery issue again.
http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Aprilia-Enjo ... 143wt_1206
tonyontopofabighill wrote:Sam said he had a couple of mates who might be interested in that one.I emailed the guy and said that if it didn't sell on ebay I would give him $500 if he would go to his local bike shop and have it boxed up and sent to me (all for $500).I haven't heard from him so I don't think he appreciated my offer.
tonyontopofabighill wrote:I bought a his and hers and my wife wasn't interested so lucky me got the two of them.Depending on what mood I am in I'll ride either one or the other.I do find the racing version a bit more sportier than the city version.It is interesting that you say the battery lags after your ride.I haven't experienced that since having the lipos (sorry,I don't mean to rub it in) but I do remember that annoying feeling of the power diminishing towards the end of an otherwise very pleasant ride.How do you like the "beeping" when you have pushed it a bit too hard?
Hillhater wrote:do you mean a 12 v supply for the "control" circuit as on the original ?
Depending on how you configure your 24 v lipo pack, you could easily "pick out" a 12 v feed from some of the balance leads.
Or if you would rather, you can get a cheap 24/12v DC/DC converter off ebay. They are common for RV's , camping etc.
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