Yes I agree. Design all you want, things are alway different once you start connecting physical parts. Only those who do both know what I’m referring to.DingusMcGee wrote: ↑Oct 16 2021 7:25amExperimental based knowledge TRUMPS any intuition based cross talk of what the Cyclone 3K can run for high voltage.
3. I ran a Sabvotan controller at 90 amp and 116 volts to power a Cyclone 3K fat tire bike. No probem until I tried deep snow milling. I burned up both the motor and the controller in that 2 or 3 minute joy ride.
Dingus, glad you are here to chime in as we know you’ve tried just about everything cyclone related. One question do you think more of a reduction on the fatbike/snow would have made things better? Not blow up? I’ve gone up to about 26:1 for a fat but only tested on dirt. To much reduction but could be ok for snow.
Currently have wheels coming from AliExpress, been two months, what a drag not riding.
Glad ES let’s us add pictures over 1mb! Thanks!