- Wed Jul 10, 2019 5:40 am
I put two 18650 3p2s packs under the deck along with two stock m365 controllers, flashed to high voltage and 950 watts power output. The side packs are 54.6 volts fully charged, the 3p2s packs are 8.4 volts each. So Im running 63 volts to each motor......and thats the rated limit of the capacitor in the controller. So far no explosions and it makes a lot of power. I haven't taken it on a long ride yet to check how hot the motors get and I haven;t clocked the top speed yet but its in excess of 30 mph. My "Ridin Birdy" red scooter does 31 mph and its got less voltage than this one and it uses one stock m365 motor. This new scooter has the front motor from a one and the rear from a zero. The one motor seems a lot stronger than the stock m365 motor. Ill post once its assembled and I take it one a few test runs....but thats my formula for haulin ass, right there. And I prefer the m365 chassis over everything else out there. Zero and one chassis are too fucking heavy, man, and the es scooters are just worthless piles of shit imo. M365 is lightweight, small, you can cut and carve corners pretty well and the neck comes loose easy to break it down so it fits in the car. And its solid as hell honestly. Ive gone dumb with some of the shit Ive done on a scooter and I havent cracked one yet. Its a well made chassis.