The wattage is not determined by the motor.Hi Guys, how can you tell what size rear wattage motor is on the bike, std its suppose to be a 250w (Australia) but the bike feels punchy as i don't want to buy a 500w if it already has one
I don't know if they have optional 500w motor.ok as i already have the of road kit which has raised my speed limits, by putting the optional 500w motor in, in theory that should in increase the torque or is it all in the controller? & on another note I've been chatting with Jenny Mao regarding a larger amp battery she is absolutely fantastic to deal with.
how would you do that ? as I've reset the speed limits for the PAS & throttle control I don't recall any amp selectionBe wary what controller they install as they have a few with different amp. settings, think its same controller just amp setting is changed. Some can be unlocked via display and others cant, as you have the offroad kit see if amp level can be set.
yeah I don't think there's amp selection.how would you do that ? as I've reset the speed limits for the PAS & throttle control I don't recall any amp selection
Correct i also saw that.yeah I don't think there's amp selection.
There's a thread somewhere on NCM forum people importing North American 18A controller.
We're talking about NCM Moscow, not Bafang.Correct i also saw that.
Adjusting the amp setting on my controller from the display with a Bafang hub drive changes nothing at all. I did Google and found my controller as my hub drive is stamped 500 but the display watt reading kicks up to 1000W and beyond.
I realise that I was just making comparison i was also researching NCM bikes not long ago as i was thinking of getting one.We're talking about NCM Moscow, not Bafang.
It's powered by DasKit so Bafang setting may be different.
Also the typical 500W rated Bafang motor can be pushed more.
In addition, when ebike companies say 500W, they usually mean nominal power, not max power.