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72 volts 50amps = 0 to 60 mph in 5 seconds
Come on now you have 3,600 w and this has 16,000w to hit 70 in a 1/4 mile at 16.3 seconds, LOL wanna try again?
 
8000 watts with the settings correct will easily do 60 in 5 seconds. Not talking about 1/4 mile distance. Do you know about Hal testing and Hall angles ? I need some advise.
 
72 v and 50 amps = 3,600 watts, hal sensors are timed/phased at ether 60 or 120 degrees and drop the voltage back to ground, they can be tested with a dvm at the leads. Even with 8000 watts 0-60 in 5 seconds is not possible, the above setup with 16,000 watts did not hit 60 until around the 8 second mark with over 2x the output!
 
72 v and 50 amps = 3,600 watts, hal sensors are timed/phased at ether 60 or 120 degrees and drop the voltage back to ground, they can be tested with a dvm at the leads. Even with 8000 watts 0-60 in 5 seconds is not possible, the above setup with 16,000 watts did not hit 60 until around the 8 second mark with over 2x the output!
Thanks for the help.
 

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