- Sun Dec 06, 2020 3:31 pm #50350
An Electric Scooter Community on a Mission to Stamp out Transportation Mediocrity.
I'm not so sure unfortunately** . You could put a 1000w motor on your scooter and there still would be little to no difference. Then wattage ratings of hub motors are more to do with the varying import/export regulations of different countrys. And while it can determine a baseline as far as safe current handling capacity, it is mostly used upsell well intentioned, though sometimes uninformed, enthusiasts. A wheel will only spin as fast as a certain voltage will allow. And said deliver of those volts are determined by the controller, which in turn is limited by the battery. The world will pass you by no quicker with the gen 2 as it has with the gen 1.CDogg wrote: ↑Thu Feb 11, 2021 2:49 amIf your max is topping out at 20 with the extra battery, then I would guess that you might want to change your serial number first. If that doesn't work, then it's probably that you have a Gen1 motor. My 48v mod would only go 22-23mph. until I learned that I still had a Gen 1 wheel. Waiting on my Gen 2 motor, to update new results.
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