Carrera Vulcan hacks..

vfr400

Esteemed Pedelecer
Jun 12, 2011
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Basildon
#21
Cells don't cause cutouts. The BMS does.

Use any large capacitor you can find, say 470mfd or 1000mfd. It just needs to be rated at a high enough voltage, say 60V or more. Solder it directly across the battery wires, making sure that you get it the right wzy round, otherwise it will go bang.
 

anon4

Esteemed Pedelecer
May 9, 2017
470
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27
GB
#22
Cells don't cause cutouts. The BMS does.

Use any large capacitor you can find, say 470mfd or 1000mfd. It just needs to be rated at a high enough voltage, say 60V or more. Solder it directly across the battery wires, making sure that you get it the right wzy round, otherwise it will go bang.
Ok my hub has just totally died, wiring seems ok. If I push the bike backwards and blip the throttle it will engage and run unloaded, loaded it will not. It is also very loud, I think the internal gearing or the clutch is knackered, maybe that's why it wouldn't run at higher current because it was starting to slip?
 

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