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    I'll take two!

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    Two kidneys ;D
    Nah that sounds at least lower then par for for what i understand to be 100 electric horses

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    Why does it incorporate gear reduction and a differential? They do say it can be used in cars/trucks, but also say they used it in their motorcycles. I'm still trying to imagine how in the world someone could fit 100x 100Ah cells in a motorcycle frame

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    you dont need that many batteries (big batteries) on a motorcycle. Just take 200 16 AH cells that can do at least 10C which gives you 320 amps max. Yea thats 220lbs, but its a much better solution than some huge TS 100AH batteries.

    I love the product they've made, but its a shame they cant go to a higher voltage bc that motor would scream (100+kW continuous at 500V or so). I'm interested to see in what applications companies and people use this system.
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    I'm interested to see in what applications companies and people use this system.
    Czsyz and Bajaj, an Indian auto maker have teamed up to look at making electric cars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nuts & Volts View Post
    you dont need that many batteries (big batteries) on a motorcycle. Just take 200 16 AH cells that can do at least 10C which gives you 320 amps max. Yea thats 220lbs, but its a much better solution than some huge TS 100AH batteries.

    I love the product they've made, but its a shame they cant go to a higher voltage bc that motor would scream (100+kW continuous at 500V or so). I'm interested to see in what applications companies and people use this system.
    -Kyle
    It already weighs 150lbs and takes up a fair amount of space compared to most electric motorcycle motors. I don't see it as a realistic powerplant for a motorcycle in this configuration.

    As for 100kW @ 500V, they do say that this is just the first offering and that they're working on others. We'll just have to wait and see.

    Sure is pretty though. Wish I had the money to invest in a couple to design a vehicle around.

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    I don't feel its a great departure. Isn't 75kw 100 horse. With 150 lbs of motor 22o lbs of batteries aren't the other companies selling comparable bikes.

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    Why does it incorporate gear reduction and a differential?
    This system is not for motorcycles, it is designed for electric car manufacturers, giving them a self contained unit to just bolt into the chassis and connect up the axles. The battery pack design is left up to the car manufacturer to decide.

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    been away for a weekend ride... sorry for the late entry. Frodus... understand 200A TS would be overkill I think 90s or so. However it would be nice to have range as well. The 10A headways would just not give you range.

    I would like to know the details of the battery pack in their bike.... must look it up.

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    I have 84 TS 90 cells in my boss's fiero and I can sure tell you your not fitting those on a bike

    I'm sure Travis is thinking of at least a couple of those 16ah headways in parallel. 32ah at 320+volts gives you a 10kwh pack. should be enough range for most of us.
    Very good chance my YZF600r project is going to be heading towards that voltage.

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