*I'm new to this kind of stuff, so forgive me if I sound ignorant*
I am putting together an electric vehicle using an AXI 5345/18 3000w motor.
It is designed to run off 30-40v and uses a Jeti 90 amp controller.
I am planning to use three 36v DeWalt battery packs in parallel.
Hopefully this will give me a range of at least 20miles at 75% power. (wish I could find a controller with regenerative braking!)
I am worried about blowing a fuse in the packs, overheating, or bad balancing with the DeWalt chargers. From what I understand, the packs have a 15 amp fuse in them, and at stall I could be pulling close to 90 amps. I would hard wire the batteries to the controller, but that would make using the DeWalt chargers I already purchased useless.... and then how would I balance the packs?
My main question is, what kind of modifications, if any, will be necessary to use the DeWalt packs in this (high amperage) application?