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  • D.808
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    If you have some pics of the battery in your bike I would like to see them. In a few months going to build a 72v for my 3k hub motor. I'm looking for some ideas for the battery build.

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  • DaHose
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    Wow! If you don't have size issues (they are 130mmX190mmX9mm), those are AWESOME! A quick check shows 36V at 60A is 2160W. With a high amp controller, these would work great at lower voltages!

    Anyone running saddlebag batteries should jump on those. I suppose some triangle mounted setups might be able to use them too.

    Jose

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  • rymste
    started a topic Cheap high current cells for DIY batteries

    Cheap high current cells for DIY batteries

    I found a really cheap source of high current SPIM08HP cells. These cells can output 200A continuous and 400A peak and they are only 4$ each. I was able to make a 72v 8AH for under $100 with these cells. Here is a picture of the battery pack that I made. There is no soldering required to build this battery pack, I just used some 1/4 inch threaded rod and some nuts.
    Here is a link to where I got these cells:
    https://bit.ly/3jnXMbb

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