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    3000 watt controller

    Can you use a 3000 watt controler on 1500 watt motor?

    #2
    That would be with a 48 volt 20 amp battery

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      #3
      The idea being getting more power from motor

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        #4
        As long as it has the ability to be programmed and you have the skills to do that programming should work fine. If you still only want 1500 watts from it should be a real good deal because the controller will only be working at half its capacity. If you want to push the motor then at least the controller should survive.

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          #5
          Since the battery is only capable of putting out a maximum of 1092 watts... (54.6 volts max charge X 20 amps continuous output) it would seem to be somewhat a mute point at this time. The answer would be yes, but you would not be able to reap much of a benefit until a larger capacity battery was procured.



          Regards,
          T.C.
          See my completed Magic Pie V5 rear hub motor E-Bike build HERE.

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