Can the bike run from 348v fully charged by chance?
I want that bike bad Dice!!!!
What voltage pack does it need?
Curtis 1239 manual
I can appreciate your effort. (been there, fried that)
Now you know why I went with the best technology at the
Here is a story about a group of riders that entered a Zero FX in a Southern California M1GP 24-hour cart track race. They came in fourth, but could
When the day comes that I have my fxr72v on the road, I have a solution to this debate in the public parks/buildings outlet issue. The municipality pays
I guess I better not fill my water bottle in the park drinking fountain anymore, might be considered stealing.
Same argument: if the electricity in this public building wasn't meant for public consumption, why was there an outlet there?
Sent from my
Guerrilla charging did work out very well for this poor guy: http://www.fastcompany.com/3022941/f...worth-of-power
That can't be good for your sex life.
Interesting...so not an RPM limit. The 20 really has nothing more to give.
I don't think you'll get less heating. Luke explained this somewhere
well the pack lost two cells yesterday - .4 volts...
i got the cells out before they could do anymore damage...
im not sure
Another thing, there is an AC23, which the site says:
The graph for the AC23@144V/500A looks more like an AC20@108V/650A.
It's EMP ( ElectroMagnetic Pulse) just like in some sci-fi movie.
But they exist. They are made using a powerfull oscillator and explosive
Also, Athlon, where did you get that table of information?
HPEVS has graphs for the AC-20 at 108 and 144V. Both peak out at about 73.5 HP. I thought maybe because the 1239 is 500A, vs 650A for the 1238. So you
(Athlon, use "CODE" formatting for tables...)
A couple of months ago (before the 1239 was available),