yes sure - the factory wireing is not bad.icecube57 wrote:Lets face it PTFE and Silicone wire can carry way more current than the PVC wires. It can carry way more current cause the jacket of the wire can tolerate the temp. PVC jacketed wire startes to melt around 80C and gets soft and tacky well before this temp. The phase wires have a PTFE coating. It begins to deteriorate after the temperature reaches about 260 °C (500 °F), and decomposes above 350 °C (662 °F) So if you are getting the phase wires anywhere near these temps you are doing it wrong. They should see no more than maybe 120 140C near the windings and much less near the axle. So at this point the jacket of the wire is fine but its not really abrasion resistant.All I do is apply a thin layer of heat shrink so that it can take the few minor scuffs related to reinserting it into the axle and it should be golden. Keeping the wire length short is the key. Short pieces of wire even though its a smaller gauge can carry more current than a long piece wire of the same gauge. So as long as you terminate the phase wires outside the axle you are fine. Upgrade the phase wires from 6 inches outside the axle to the controller.
PTFE is much better than silicone - the silicone could get easiely damaged - thats an disadvantage.
Its okay that the PTFE could handle much heat - but this is not realy good.
At my problem i think i found the reason for the damage:
One of the inside factory Hallsensor was not realy good mounted. after some time the magnetic damaged the halsensor.
i replaced them about 3times and found at first step no realy reason for it.
Thant i take a look to the sensor and i could see that it geting damaged over mechanical.
I reworked the place on the stator where the Hallsensor are placed - and now no problem.
But - with my 6mm² wires - i could use the adaptto mini - with about 60A at 14S Limn - for the hole time.
The motor is getting not warmer than 80°C - and thats a good setup - for a safe ride.
With a 24" rim i could drive about 65km/h at street - with 3 - 3,5KW - and thats perfect for an street bike.
Uphill also no prob.