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Unread 05-07-2019, 03:53 PM   #341
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Default Re: 92 CC DS gas, convert to lithium electric rebuild thread

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Well here is the useless reply Redhawk gave me on the motor.



Brad,



Below are the specs on this motor. However, what we have posted on the website is what we recommend. Anything beyond that we cannot guarantee its functionality.



MOTOR NUMBER

MOT-A4

OPERATING VOLTAGE

48V/DC

LOAD TORQUE

12.40.2(N*m)

LOAD ROTATING SPEED

32008%(RPM)

LOAD CURRENT

≤110.0(A)




I guess I'll see if Alltrax support has better information...
Man my .02 for what it's worth...

If the motor isnt going to get you the speed you want at the rpm they will support you have two options.

Sell it for a loss and buy one that will or

Run it as is at the rpm you want and if it craps out replace it or have it rebuilt to better suite your needs.

I would think you would be fine running it at 5-6k you'll be surprised how little you actually go that fast anyway. The only real killer of these motors is heat. Short bursts of 5-6k rpms isnt going to heat them up. I'm on pavement 99.9 percent of the time and I bet my average speed is 15-20.

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Unread 05-08-2019, 06:42 AM   #342
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Default Re: 92 CC DS gas, convert to lithium electric rebuild thread

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Man my .02 for what it's worth...

If the motor isnt going to get you the speed you want at the rpm they will support you have two options.

Sell it for a loss and buy one that will or

Run it as is at the rpm you want and if it craps out replace it or have it rebuilt to better suite your needs.

I would think you would be fine running it at 5-6k you'll be surprised how little you actually go that fast anyway. The only real killer of these motors is heat. Short bursts of 5-6k rpms isnt going to heat them up. I'm on pavement 99.9 percent of the time and I bet my average speed is 15-20.

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The top speed at about 34 MPH is fine with me. Especially since most of my riding will be off road, I'll rarely ever go up to that speed.

I'm just wanting to be able to have the choice to put the motor to it's limits. Not knowing the specs on it, does not allow me to do so. I find it very weird that they sell a performance motor, but don't give you the specs to be able to dial in the performance. I'm new to this, but that just doesn't compute for me. Especially when you consider that the Alltrax came with 6k RPMs set for the "normal" user profile. So right out of the gate Alltrax sends their controller programmed at 2,544 RPMs over what Redhawk will warranty their motor for?!?!

I want to operate it within the limits of the warranty. Once the warranty year is up, then I'll see what it can do.
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