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    Wattage per RPM ??? [Cyclone 3000w]



    Can any one tell me the aproxamate wattage the cyclone 3000 puts out at 600 rpms [on 48volts]? I have been trying to estimate the gear reduction I need for a single speed rig, when climbing our steep hills. If no one knows I will have to put it together with all the gears to find the wattage. Then I can tell you. But this will not happen for a few months, untill I can buy the battery pack I need.

    I am wanting to keep the power usage down to about 1300 watts. And that is good enough for a 9% grade with 450lbs.

    Using this gear ratio calculator makes it very easy, but I still need an approxamate RPM wattage.





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    If it is as simple as dividing the watts by rpms noted on the Luna cycles data, but is that motor rpms or planitary gear rpms?

    It would be 800rpm รท 3000 (calulator input) [or 3000/800] = .2666 or at 1300 watts about 346 rpm??? but of course with 450lbs on 9% grade it will be a bit less? Especially with motorcycle tires? Or will that only affect the speed; the effect being rollng resistance.

    Well only a reality check wil tell for sure. Could some one actually test it out?

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      #3
      The answer to this question is here: Mt. Goat Cycletruck Gearing

      https://endless-sphere.com/forums/vi...83004#p1383004

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