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Post by evolutiongts » Feb 10 2015 1:58pm

I am excited! I'll be for your first customer for a 17" Rim.
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Re: Kinaye Motorsports

Post by drew12345 » Feb 13 2015 3:51pm

Not sure if I need to wait for your website, but can you give estimate of how much mxus 4t in 17 inch moto rim?

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Post by teslanv » Feb 13 2015 5:31pm

drew12345 wrote:Not sure if I need to wait for your website, but can you give estimate of how much mxus 4t in 17 inch moto rim?
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Post by maxRpm » Feb 14 2015 11:24pm

When will your site be up I am very interested in the swing arm.

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Post by teslanv » Feb 15 2015 10:43am

maxRpm wrote:When will your site be up I am very interested in the swing arm.
The site will be up as soon as the motors are on hand. Unfortunately, the swing arm will not be available right away. Still trying to get the fabricator to make a test sample for me, and all fab shops in my area are super busy right now. (Boeing is local to us) :/
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Post by diggler » Feb 15 2015 11:56pm

I like the updated picture in the first post.
Looks clean! :shock:
That's the genesis frame right?
What all didn't you upgrade? (figured that would be a shorter list :wink: )
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Post by maxRpm » Feb 16 2015 2:44am

Is there a bag that can fit in the triangle of the frame kinda like the hpc bags? I see on eBay.

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Post by teslanv » Feb 16 2015 8:27am

maxRpm wrote:Is there a bag that can fit in the triangle of the frame kinda like the hpc bags? I see on eBay.
Perhaps a medium iberra bag. I have not tested this, though.
The falcon and em3ev bags are too big for the Genesis' triangle, but on most hard tails, they are perfect.
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Post by evolutiongts » Feb 17 2015 12:19am

$10 husky bag from Home Depot does the trick just add Velcro straps
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Post by 2old » Feb 17 2015 5:38pm

Were you able to use the stock bearings and hardware that comes with the Mongoose with your swingarm?

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Post by teslanv » Feb 17 2015 5:43pm

If you are referring to the Stock Bottom bracket, & cranks, then yes, you can use those with the V2 Swing Arm. The Genesis ones are not of very high quality, though.
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Post by 2old » Feb 17 2015 8:30pm

Sorry, I'll replace the bottom bracket and cranks. I meant the bushings and pivots for the swingarm, that is were you able to use the ones from the Mongoose (use a bearing press to remove them or whatever) on the new swingarm or did you get new ones? Thanks.

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Post by teslanv » Feb 17 2015 8:36pm

2old wrote:Sorry, I'll replace the bottom bracket and cranks. I meant the bushings and pivots for the swingarm, that is were you able to use the ones from the Mongoose (use a bearing press to remove them or whatever) on the new swingarm or did you get new ones? Thanks.
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Post by DAND214 » Feb 17 2015 9:37pm

Are they bearings or bushings?

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Post by teslanv » Feb 17 2015 9:38pm

DAND214 wrote:Are they bearings or bushings?

Dan
The rocker arms have bearings at the central pivots. The connections to the shock and wishbone memebrs are bushings.
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Post by DAND214 » Feb 17 2015 10:55pm

Yep, just like my old Mongoose.

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Post by jimbo_bubbles » Feb 24 2015 10:27pm

teslanv wrote:The Controller Specs are still unknown, other than I know it is a Sine Wave and it has 12 IRFB4110 FETS, and has a 3-speed switch for 20A/40A/60A Battery Current. Phase Current ratio is unknown, nor is it programmable.

I have a feeling the 3T motor will be too much for it, but I am hoping the 4T through 6T motors will work well with it.
Could you give a quick overview of why the 3T motors are supposedly so iffy/hard on controllers? would owning one of these make a person need to have another at 4T for the inevitable breakage? I want the speed but not at the cost of more forced repair. :?

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Post by teslanv » Feb 24 2015 10:44pm

jimbo_bubbles wrote:
teslanv wrote:The Controller Specs are still unknown, other than I know it is a Sine Wave and it has 12 IRFB4110 FETS, and has a 3-speed switch for 20A/40A/60A Battery Current. Phase Current ratio is unknown, nor is it programmable.

I have a feeling the 3T motor will be too much for it, but I am hoping the 4T through 6T motors will work well with it.
Could you give a quick overview of why the 3T motors are supposedly so iffy/hard on controllers? would owning one of these make a person need to have another at 4T for the inevitable breakage? I want the speed but not at the cost of more forced repair. :?
The 3T motors have a lower resistance in the phases, so they draw more phase current from the controller. If your controller is not large (current capable) enough, this can overwork the FET's. The motor will not likely have a problem, but you may be more likely to blow the FETs on your controller, and have to repair or replace it. It will also cause the phase wires to get hotter (more phase current) so having larger phase wires from the controller to the motor would help with this.

The MXUS sine wave controller I tested cannot provide 60A battery current to the phase wires because the resistance is so low. With a 4T motor, the MXUS Sine wave controller reportedly does work on 60 Battery Amps.
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Post by DAND214 » Feb 24 2015 10:46pm

So are you really sure it adjusts amperage? What if you don't want 60a but more like 15-25-40?
I like the idea of the controller but I guess I'm more used to the throttle position, Or am I getting it all wrong that the 3 speed switch on an Infinion is amperage adjustment?

I still like the programmable setup/idea.

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Post by teslanv » Feb 25 2015 12:05am

The MXUS sine controller is not programmable, so you would probably be more comfortable with a Xie Chang controller, which you can program with XPD.
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Post by DAND214 » Feb 25 2015 12:08am

That I know, but still looking for something new and different.

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Post by teslanv » Feb 25 2015 12:26am

DAND214 wrote:That I know, but still looking for something new and different.

Dan
Sabvoton has a decent sino controller that is programmable. The 72V/300 phase amp one might suit the 3T nicely.
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Post by teslanv » Feb 26 2015 5:37pm

Website is now live.

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Re: Kinaye Motorsports

Post by Brake » Feb 26 2015 7:46pm

Nice job! Site looks good. [THUMBS UP SIGN]
Just ordered a 3T mxus!

Am I the first one?

Thanks teslanv

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Post by teslanv » Feb 26 2015 7:51pm

Yep. First sale. Thanks. :)
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