You can find pictures of the motor and the dyno curves on our web site www.hpevs.com
. Here you will find the original torque speed curve of the AC31 and the AC35 curve that was used in the eBay listing. Note: The motor picture may not be exactly what you bought since we had two different versions of the motor. One of them had the motor leads coming out through a slot near the drive end on the motor, the other had the leads coming out the other end. Still electrically the same motor. The AC35 however is a completely different motor inside.
We designed this motor for a low speed truck and a NEV car that Miles built from 2008 to 2009. It is built for low end torque and fairly low RPM since the vehicles had a max speed of 25 MPH and the motor ran between 3900 and 4500 RPM, depending on if it were in a truck or a car.
Let me be clear, this is a good motor when used in it's original or similar application. It has been used in some light weight on road vehicles with okay performance. My only issue with Cruisin is he has misrepresented the motor and has it listed as 82 HP and 130 lb ft of torque, when it clearly is not. You could run it on 144 volts to increase the horsepower, but it would still not be 82 HP. The best you could hope for is mid to low 70 HP range and 115 to 120 lb ft of torque on 144 volts.
When we called out cruisin on the the misleading rating and posted it on our web site, he changed his listing to read AC45 and pasted AC45 on our AC35 graph. Still doesn't change the fact that it is an AC31 motor that we built in 2008. Even if you look at the graph he has posted, it is not even close to the rating he is giving it in the eBay listing.
I think in the listing he is comparing it to the Azure AC24 motor, not saying it is.
Hope this clears it up for you.