But with the right motor and gears, you don't really need two motors.
can do this with One battery pack, One throttle, One 3-Way &
Cruise & EBrake using Two controllers paralleled, Two motors
individually tied to each controller, and Two CAs - one for
The overall power is divided somewhat arbitrarily
between the two controllers depending on load.
don't measure Amps; I measure pack Voltage because the shunts have
been modified by trace-beefing and I do not have equipment capable of
measuring scant ohms accurately, so I just measure voltage. I know
the battery capacity, I know from experience how to set the amount of
theoretical current to the wheels, and thus am able to calculate
roughly the overall power consumption. The CAs validate this by using
Miles per charge; I know how many miles I should have covered by
x-amount of voltage drop - which is not exactly linear, but then I
understand that too.”
The overall power is divided somewhat arbitrarily between the two controllers depending on load.
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