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    Quote Originally Posted by Spoonman View Post
    ...you'd want to be budgeting about 0.1kWh/km given a moderate riding style, flat terrain, limited start-stop riding and reasonably slick drivetrain.
    Some around here have managed in the region of 0.06kWh/km but I can't imagine that the sort of riding it takes to achieve that would be a whole lot of fun () and particularly not on as big a beast as the busa.
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    I can also confirm these numbers above, 0.1kWh/km for moderate to rough riding , down to 0.08kWh/km for the boring rides LOL (280 kg build without driver and a few hills)
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    I don't think I'll be riding it in the economical area, definitely short blasts from zero and then cruise a bit, so it will be in the region of 0.1kWh/km I suppose, as for the vaping world I've been following "Mooch" on FB https://www.facebook.com/batterymooch/ he does quite extensive testing and he's just starting to test some 2170's

    "This is a 21700 cell (21mm diameter x 70mm length) that is an incredible performer, running over 20% longer at 30A continuous than the Sanyo NCR20700A thanks to its incredibly low internal resistance of 10-12mOhms. This low internal resistance reduces voltage sag, letting the 30T run for longer before the voltage drops too far.
    As is typical for a Samsung cell, I consider it to be underrated due to it running cooler than others at its factory rating. I am rating this Samsung 30T at 40A and 3100mAh. Its maximum vaping amps (MVA) rating is 60A, limited by temperature."
    I really hope these come out at a reasonable price next year, I'm looking at a budget of around $3000 for the batteries, might have to stretch that though.
    As for place under the Busa tank, I thought I could use it as a cover for the Curtis etc. Make a aluminum tray at the top of the frame to mount all the electronics on, not looking to put much weight high of the center of gravity, Like you say though the Busa has a big frame.
    I emailed and called a Bill Ritchie at HPEVS the other day and his recommendation would also be the AC-23 with the 1239E @ 144v or if I can fit it the AC-35 with the 1239E @ 144v

    So I'm going to size it all up in AutoCAD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugues View Post
    I can also confirm these numbers above, 0.1kWh/km for moderate to rough riding , down to 0.08kWh/km for the boring rides LOL (280 kg build without driver and a few hills)
    I don't think I'll be into any boring rides

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian View Post
    @Spoonman

    I don't think I'll be riding it in the economical area, definitely short blasts from zero and then cruise a bit, so it will be in the region of 0.1kWh/km I suppose, as for the vaping world I've been following "Mooch" on FB https://www.facebook.com/batterymooch/ he does quite extensive testing and he's just starting to test some 2170's

    Here is the link to his tests. Very good info indeed! Thank you!https://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/fo...ry-tests.7436/
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stevo View Post
    Here is the link to his tests. Very good info indeed! Thank you!https://www.e-cigarette-forum.com/fo...ry-tests.7436/
    Hey you're welcome


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