120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

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120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

I saw http://www.alibaba.com/product-gs/279191706/120V10KW13_hub_motor.html motor on Aliba has anybody seen or used this motor???

I want to build aan 3 wheel Tillting vehicle with such an wheel.
Can anybody give me an speed estimate on such a wheel?

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

How does you or any one else buy from Alibaba? I am signed up for emails from them for battery chargers and wheel motors but trying to get price quotes and availability is next to impossible. Sure would be nice to have some over head in power with a 10 KW motor. I just did a 21 mile trip on my XM-3000 and motor was hot. Maybe not as hot as VX-1 but that is a bigger scooter with larger motor.

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

If you want to get all that power through one motor you better increase the size of those phase wires in that picture. If you ran that motor at 10kw at that voltage with that wiring I can tell you it will last for about 20 seconds. That insualtion on the phase wires will get so hot it will melt then the hall wires will be fused with the phase wires and it will stop working. The overall design of the hub motor axles is going to have to be changed to accomodate for larger wiring. Dual motors work nicely, but you would still need to increase the size and quality of the phase wires.

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

we have 5000W motor for escooter

http://www.electricscooterschina.com/

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

How about upgrading this scooters's http://bestarmotor.en.made-in-china.com/product/MeUnZVBDCHcE/China-Double-Motor-Electric-Scooter-50QD13L-.html 500 watt front and rear hub motors with two of these 10KW ones, I know it's easier said than done but what if it could be done.

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

YES WE HAVE TWO MOTOR IN ONE ESCOOTER .. VERY POWERFUL Electric scooter HR-0323.jpg

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

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THE best models in the USA , we call it HR-USA..it is very popular in the USA

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

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Re: 120V 10KW 13" hub motor for motor/scooter

Is it possible to do this:

Attach a sprocket to the 5kW wheel and install it into a motorbike or scooter.

Then it might be possible to have a hybrid EV conversion motorbike. Batteries could go on the passenger seats and in saddle-bags. Very few batteries would be needed because there would be no range problem with the ICE still present.

This information may be used entirely at your own risk.

There is always a way if there is no other way!

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