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    Senior Member markcycle's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    Mark,

    Build something like this with several hundred volts of Lipo.

    http://www.wroum.dk/silvergiant/




    That would be a real Battery Box Motorcycle!

    Warren
    Warren can you get plates for that?
    If customers (not me) want to go really fast (way over 100 MPH) with the 600 series motor I'm there to help.
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    Mark,

    "Warren can you get plates for that?"

    First, they would need to get close enough to see if I had them. :-)

    Seriously though, I'd love to ride it at 55 mph for about 150 miles.

    Warren

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    Quote Originally Posted by Warren View Post
    Mark,

    "Warren can you get plates for that?"

    First, they would need to get close enough to see if I had them. :-)

    Seriously though, I'd love to ride it at 55 mph for about 150 miles.

    Warren
    You must have long arms and a high tolerance for discomfort to say the least, I wouldn't last five minutes on that bike.
    If possible lets stay on topic New Year humor aside.
    Mark
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    So many have to be asking how can a Hub motor even a 10KW hub motor compete in the TTXGP

    Well the answer is it's not going to be a 10KW Hub motor and active cooling is going to play a big role in getting more HP out of the motor.



    here is a tease of what's being developed.

    Mark
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    What....us want more power? NEVER! lol

    Looking forward to playing with it Mark.

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    So Mark, how many kW can it handle? Active cooling for a hub motor sounds very interesting and challenging I imagine. Show us more!

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    Quote Originally Posted by chef View Post
    So Mark, how many kW can it handle? Active cooling for a hub motor sounds very interesting and challenging I imagine. Show us more!
    Power up test of DU-602 motor
    Trying to Change the old school ways of doing things
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    http://www.enertrac.net
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    http://www.evalbum.com/2568

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    now THATS what I'm talkin' bout! SiiiiCK! (and posted) Thanks Mark!

    (Oh, Mark, you should add your blog to the ElMoto Blog Roll!)
    Last edited by teddillard; 06 February 2011 at 0501.

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    Now you will need more batteries.
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    Quote Originally Posted by EVcycle View Post
    Now you will need more batteries.
    How true
    The cost of batteries is the single biggest problem for my small Corp. at getting these products from the lab to the road. Luckily I have customers really visionaries who are willing to buy at a discount my fully lab and dyno tested products and give me feedback (not complaints) on the stuff. So far everything I've lab tested has worked well on the road, mostly because the new products are a variation of a road tested product. This dual stator (DU-602) wheel/motor is an extension of the standard 602 motor, with a almost identical proven through bolt axle design and torque arm.

    One thing I'm not showing ( next video) is the forced air cooling, I feel this is needed with such a long motor to get the heat out. We've developed the only forced air cooled hub motor that you can actually buy and we will have liquid cooled by the end of the year (for those who miss dealing with oil).

    Ted thanks for the encouragement we've been working our asses off developing these products - I hope you are right and the work pays off.

    One correction; this is not my TTXGP motor/wheel (backup plan maybe). I'll be showing that off next week, it also is in the testing stage.

    All this and we are shipping motors/wheels, never been busier

    Mark
    Last edited by markcycle; 06 February 2011 at 0638. Reason: typo
    Trying to Change the old school ways of doing things
    But I never Never try to break the laws of Physics
    http://www.enertrac.net
    http://www.evalbum.com/preview.php?vid=1543
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nEldNmBgIF0
    http://www.evalbum.com/2568

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