aidanworthington wrote:With all that extra powerYeah, I had a lot of problems stopping my E300 with the crappy drum brake. A single disk in the back will be more than enough to stop you. My hard stop stopping distance @ 12mph is about 1m, (3 feet).
how are your stopping distances
aidanworthington wrote:(twin disk at the frount would look epic)I was going to go with a single disk on the front of my E300 next month. Now, however........
aidanworthington wrote:The hight and spacing of the threads are totaly different.No, this is my point. If you get the kit from that seller, it seems to fit perfectly on the spin-on ring that the drum attaches to.
robnewyork wrote:U need more amps !!!Yeah, I tried a YK31C with that motor, (11/80 sprockets), and I wasn't that impressed. I would get a "popping" sound whenever I hit a hill. I then decided to go the opposite route and installed a YK43B. Lots of low end torque, (which I am trying to smooth out), and runs rock solid. I'm pretty happy with it.
karlgeo wrote:I'm pretty much at the max for a 1000w motor. 36v x 27ah = 972 watts.Err, it doesn't work that way, (if I am wrong, someone please correct me). The burst capacity of your batteries are much higher than the "working" capacity:
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