Thank you so much for your help!!Any battery capable of delivering enough power to drive the vehicle usefully will be capable of accepting charge fast enough to gain 20 miles of range in an hour and a half, and almost any battery choice that is workable for the range will be capable of accepting charge fast enough to gain 85 miles of range in 10 hours. So these are really just charger requirements, not important to the battery choice.
They're definitely not directly important to the motor choice, although the choice of voltage will determine what charger is needed. I would suggest just not worrying about these charging requirements as far as the motor and voltage choices are concerned.
in this message and the other!!
I really need to do more research... lol
With the understanding that my battery and motor choices need to be linked, how can I determine the appropriate batteries to go with a given motor (or vise-versa)?
As in, what specifications (voltage, current, size, power, etc) should I be paying the most attention to?
Note, please, that for size, it is fair to assume that I have unlimited space (for now)
I know this is not really the case, but my car certainly has a LOT of open room, and I could take out the backseat to fit more batteries... you get the idea
Thank you again!!!!