I find safe disc dancing's monologue more confusing than your problem tbh.trialspower2 wrote: ↑Jan 12 2022 11:46amI am not really sure what you are getting at here, or what exactly you are trying to say. But I have built a complete trials bike with the help from my brother, using motorbike rims and tyres, a 120100 outrunner, 1300W battery pack and the complete bike weighs under 48kg. This includes my own speed controller and BMS. The bike performs so well that it can hold its own against petrol machines. We have now gone on, with the investment from a UK company to build a second model with a 15470 outrunner and 1900W battery pack which is fully waterproof and weighs in at 51kg. It has just been a big set back having the torque issue, which with help from the community on here we can now address. Other than this, the bike is 99% complete. I will post pictures of the bikes in the coming months, however currently they have not been out in the public eye. To maximize the performance of the bike, I have to understand how every part of it works, the information I needed was that regardless of KV rating the maximum torque for a motor is the same.by SafeDiscDancing » Jan 12 2022 10:31am
mxlemming wrote: ↑Jan 11 2022 7:28pm
Or rewind to 50kV and run the same gear ratio, it amounts to the same thing.
I see the problem. The guy is asking questions about basic kV issues while at the same time very deeply into software coding.
As we know software is all about abstractions... the virtual realities.
So to anyone looking it's very obvious to see "oh, he simply needs the voltage increased" but his mind is focused on where he wants it to go even if simple honest sincere advice is dismissed.
This happens a lot.
In fact sometimes the deeper someone goes into the software side the more you start to ignore the beauty that is the real reality that is this dielectric / magnetic world we live in. (as in the Tesla wisdom)
As I see it this is a simple problem of needing to drive his 27kV motor at a voltage to equalize it with one at 50kV and at that point you finally are making really clear headed comparisons of motor performance.
Motors do have differences and often they can have odd unexpected behaviors due to their design but you always need that open mind to look at what you have.
Grammar, Logic, Rhetoric... the Grammar is the Evidence, the input, the "listening" part.
We all need more of it... my self included because I can fail to listen just as often.
Well done on your progress, you've overcome a lot of difficult problems on software, electrical, mechanical fronts.
Look forward to seeing it.. do you take it to uk comps?