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    I was responding to Biff's example. And I did...

    I was responding to Biff's example. And I did use a published motor curve so it can be considered a real world example. While you may not need 30hp for 60mph, you certainly can use 30hp at 60mph...
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    You can use parallel strands of finer wire...

    You can use parallel strands of finer wire opposed to thicker if it allows for better slot fill, so, no it is not necessarily true. But that means you have more insulation on the wires and...
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    Or you could use an AC system (like the AC15,...

    Or you could use an AC system (like the AC15, 80V) and get constant torque up to 30mph and the same power (about 30hp) at both 30 and 60mph with a fixed ratio. You'd have less gear loss and more...
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    It is not true. It requires the same energy from...

    It is not true. It requires the same energy from the battery to accelerate the bike regardless of the drive ratio. A lower ratio (higher numerical) which increases motor speed and lowers motor...
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