Hi suk,So here is what I learned about motors from this site. I wanted to post a quick reference so newbs (like myself) do not have to sort through the sticky page. Correct me if i'm wrong on these.
Not bad Here's a couple of comments. Refer back to your #1 post for quote context.
Not necessarily. Many 36V motors work out well for guys on 72 or 96V systems, some even higher. That usually requires advance (shifting the brush position).(36V usually is too low)
Unless you go way overboard, I doubt you need to worry about a few motor pounds subtracting from your range.A heavier one is o.k. but it limits your range
HP is HP Electric motors and gas engines are rated differently w/r/t HP. And they have different torque curves. But one HP from an electric motor shaft is exactly the same as one HP from a gas engine shaft at the same RPMHp from an electric motor is not the same as Hp from an Gasoline engine