Ok, I bought a 48V 1000W Electric Scooter Speed Controller. 48 Volt 1000 Watt output. Designed for 500-1000 Watt motors. Under Voltage protect 41 Volts. Current limiting feature prevents controller damage due to over-current conditions. Under voltage protection feature prevents over-discharge and extends battery life. 12AWG battery and motor connection wires. Uses variable speed hall-effect throttle.
and i bought a 48 Volt 1000 Watt Electric Scooter Motor
48V 1000W electric scooter motor. Powerful four brush permanent magnet electric motor design with 100% ball bearing construction. Motor speed: 3000RPM. 24" long red and black power leads. Shaft rotation reversible by reversing power leads. Dimensions: 4-1/4" wide x 6" long excluding shaft, 7" long including shaft. Includes factory installed 11 tooth sprocket for 8mm chain. This original sprocket can be replaced with 11 tooth sprocket for #25 chain (item # SPR-2511C), or 10 tooth sprocket for 8mm chain (item # SPR-810). Motor shaft starts out at 12mm OD and is stepped down to 10mm OD with two flat spots where the sprocket mounts, past the sprocket there is a threaded post for the nut and washer which hold the sprocket in place. Made by Unite®
and i use (4) 12volt 10ah batterys on the scooter right now, and i have (4) 12 volt 7.5 ah batterys that i dont use for anything, so i was wondering if i can use 8 batterys on there 2 pairs of 4 batterys in series, then the to sets parallel to each other. i would try it but i dont want to risk blowing up the controller or motor.
So... if you would know what bigger batterys i could get or if the thing i said above would work.
THANKS FOR ANYTHING!
ANY INFORMATION WOULD HELP!