What about the rest of the hybrid system... where does the power come from for this motor?
Why would it need to run faster? Do you know the ratio of the gearing in that rear final drive (diff)? Unless it has a high reduction ratio, 5,000 rpm would be more than enough... and a VW/Audi Haldex usually has a near 1:1 ratio.I know that the warp 9 hv goes up to 5000rpm but I would like to mount it driectly to the rear diff so is there is a way to rev it higher safely?
What are you expecting the electric motor to do? Unless you are running only the electric motor, it isn't accelerating the whole 3,000 pounds. Also, especially after replacing a Haldex clutch with a motor, controller, and battery, 3,000 pounds for the vehicle with passenger seems very optimistic for a TT Quattro.Since its going to be a hybrid will 1 warp 9 be enough for the load (about 3000lb) or should I go with 2?