I've finished my project with the s180 and the wheelchair motor. Well, at least really close. I got it together but I didn't have enough reinforcement to the motor and rear wheel, so it kind of bent and now I have to fix that. But when it worked, wow. One snap of the throttle and it was out from underneath me. I've decided to give it to my 140lbs brother as a wedding present. I weigh about 210, and it never slows down with me. Yippy
My new project is awaiting me in my play room. I have my first Stealth sitting in there useless because I blew up the motor. My buddy use to have a couple of e-bikes with hub motors on them. One of them was a rear mount that ran on 72v. It was the perfect size to put a scooter tire on without the spokes, but he returned it because it crapped itself. I keep reading that people can build these hub motors for speed or torque. I would like to have one set up for pure speed, so it would even itself out with the smaller wheel. A 72v 7000w brushless motor on the Stealth would be awesome. All I need is the money for the motor/controller and maybe some lipo to go with it. I have the money, but it's supposed to be saved for my Metro. Long live the xfi.
Any one have any advice for me at this point. I'm really excited. I'll try to get video of the S180 up as soon as I can.