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Old 01-25-2010, 11:02 PM
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1-8 trash talkin
9 Magura throttle
11 Kelly controller
12 Life tech cells
13 Motenergys arrive
17 LiPo cells
19 Motenergy ME0913
21-24 magnets
27 first track outing
30 custom rotor
32 ramair
33-34 first round 2011 eFXC Eastern Creek racing & trophy
35 battery design
38-40 water cooling
41 air cooling controllers
42 new higher voltage LiPo pack 177v and controller probs
43 round 2 eFXC 2011 Winton
44 round 3 eFXC 2011 Wakefield
47 blown motors
48 Swingarm pivotectomy
51 fan forced air cooling for controllers
53-54 40s10p LiPo pack
55 141kg weigh in
59 charging process
60 BMS
61 Wakefield 2012 & Boost function
63 damaged LiPo's, 12v power source, weight distribution
63-64 Currie thumb throttle as regen lever
64 Revision A stators
65 YGS LiPo
65 Willowbank eFXC
66 The QuadStack begins
73-74 Electroless Nickel Plating
76-77 YGS LiPo pack 42s10p
77-78 twin Kelly controllers for 1200A
78 QuadStack outrigger bearing and stator temp monitors
79-80 testing, 12.5 second quarter 200kmh. busted synch chain
81 oil slicks, dynos & GSXR radiators.
82 The competition, Varley, quad water pumps, New YGS lipo's Wheelspin video
83-85 first round 2013 eFXC Wakefield
84 more synch chain drama and 154hp dyno run
86 battery case cooling ducts SMP test session
88 pit cooling fan and Caveman V Alien
89 chain lube guard and first crash
90 twin battery packs (quick swap) and eFXC round 2 Queensland
91 cooling fans on the LiPo pack
93 Round 3 eFXC Sydney Motorsport Park and hydraulic regen lever
95 Welded Kilovac
96 2013 Australian eFXC champion !!!!!!!!!
98 Windows 8.1, motor rebuild, Battery and motor rebuild
100 2014 eFXC QLD race report

Hi people new guy here.
Im E-verting my 98 Yamaha R1 track bike.
Ive had this bike since 2002 and have done 50k km on road, lost my license and track biked it. got it down to 145kg in ICE format. (worlds lightest R1)
But Ive become thoroughly disgusted with all thing combustion hence the E-vert.
This project has very specific design criteria the most interesting of which is it only has to run for 20 minutes.
Top speed 280kmh
Built weight 110kg
Motor is a Mars Electric Double Stack PMAC ME0913
which doesnt come on the market untill Feb 14 2010
Battery is A123 26650 solderless framing 120v 13.8Ah 720 pA
Controller is a Kelly 120v 600A.
Heres a couple of shots of the frame reinforcment.





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Old 01-25-2010, 11:05 PM
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3D model of motor and bat stack

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Old 01-26-2010, 05:08 PM
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Hey come on some one say something

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Hello ,please could you tell us where you got the information about the Mars , was it direct from John, do you know it's specifications ?
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Old 01-27-2010, 12:19 PM
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Hello ,please could you tell us where you got the information about the Mars , was it direct from John, do you know it's specifications ?
Yes Ive been pestering Mr Fiorenza for over year since I found out he was modifying the standard AC motor. Hes just added a second set of windings on the other side of the rotor. They are timed together
I only found out about it because I was hell bent on using an AC motor in my bike and was nosey enough to ask him if he had anything better than the 3001. Zero ebikes have also tested this motor
He will ship a sample to you. Hes just quoted $550 plus shipping to me this morning.
John has tested at 72v 400A but dont have figures.
I look at a motor as just a transmission. it will put out 85% of whatever you put into it as long as it doesnt melt. The more you can cool it the more amps it will handle granted the shaft and keyways dont break.
The real motor is the battery and controller.
Im developing a ram air cooling system for my R1. The motor will have aluminium ducts around either end and it will snort large volumes of kinetic wind.
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Hi people new guy here.
Im E-verting my 98 Yamaha R1 track bike.
Ive had this bike since 2002 and have done 50k km on road, lost my license and track biked it. got it down to 145kg in ICE format. (worlds lightest R1)
But Ive become thoroughly disgusted with all thing combustion hence the E-vert.
This project has very specific design criteria the most interesting of which is it only has to run for 20 minutes.
Top speed 280kmh
Built weight 110kg
Motor is a Mars Electric Double Stack PMAC ME0913
which doesnt come on the market untill Feb 14 2010
Battery is A123 26650 solderless framing 120v 13.8Ah 720 pA
Controller is a Kelly 120v 600A.
Heres a couple of shots of the frame reinforcment.



this bike is going to be one hell of a ride am guessing it could even give the "killacycle" a run for its money or I am I carzy!?! oh and how much will it cost to build!

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Old 01-29-2010, 01:23 AM
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how much will it cost to build!
Motor $600
Controller $1600
240 x A123 $1680
end frames $100
Toothed drive belt and pullies $300
2x 60v Battery chargers $1200
$5400 plus


Heres a cross section of the Double Stack with my plans to improve the air flow


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this bike is going to be one hell of a ride am guessing it could even give the "killacycle" a run for its money or I am I carzy!?!
Yes, you are "carzy". It's nothing close to the Killacycle, look up the specs. That Kelly 600 amp controller is probably not going to be anything spectacular, especially compared to the Zilla 2000 amp High Voltage the Killacycle uses. http://www.killacycle.com/about/
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Motor $600
Converter $1600
240 x A123 $1680
end frames $100
Toothed drive belt and pullies $300
2x 60v Battery chargers $1200
$5400 plus


Heres a cross section of the Double Stack with my plans to improve the air flow

thanks how much more money will someone have to put in to make it road worthy
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Yes, you are "carzy". It's nothing close to the Killacycle, look up the specs. That Kelly 600 amp controller is probably not going to be anything spectacular, especially compared to the Zilla 2000 amp High Voltage the Killacycle uses. http://www.killacycle.com/about/
yeah it may not be able to win but when I say a run for it money i mean it well still not be as easy as other diy bikes but thanks for the specs i'll take a look
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