Yosepower hub kits.

Nealh

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Which controller do you use nealh? I know at the beginning of this thread you starting using an 36/48v dual controller. Thanks.
I don't use Julet cabling, I still use the older JST flat style connectors.
Originally I use the KT dual volt 6 fet 20a model but it now and then got hot and thermally cut out, when cooled down it worked again. I added a heat sink and 5v mini fans with a small 18650 2p battery which kept it cool.
For now I am staying with 36v and use a KT 9 fet 25a dual volt controller, it gives me more oomph in PAS1 & 2, only use higher PAS's for inclines.
 
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Thank you. BTW with this controller being 36/48v dual could I use my 48v battery with say an 36V350W 27.5"? Just curious for the future as I might buy two of these controllers so I can sell the 48V350W 26" because I can't find any new 26" bikes I like for it... still going to use the 1990's diamond bike which is not ideal, I also need a new chain for it as the other one snapped =/ lol.
 

Nealh

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Thank you. BTW with this controller being 36/48v dual could I use my 48v battery with say an 36V350W 27.5"? Just curious for the future as I might buy two of these controllers so I can sell the 48V350W 26" because I can't find any new 26" bikes I like for it... still going to use the 1990's diamond bike which is not ideal, I also need a new chain for it as the other one snapped =/ lol.
Yes that is what I did, I got the 36v hub kit without battery and over volted it @48v.
36v run at 48v gives you 33% more speed and torque increase.
Your 48v motor in the 26" rim you can get /have rebuilt in to a 27.5 rim save buying another kit.
 
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I asked at an chain reaction shop about building a hub wheel and they were like... not keen on the idea lol. I'd need to find a local ebike shop by the sounds of it. Thanks again.
 

Nealh

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A good lbs should be able to do the job for you using 14g spokes, Sapim strong spokes are a good option.
 

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