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My custom tc from portugal

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Franknunes1612
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JonSnow
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Nice!!

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wagner
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awesome conversation!
Did you also make adjustments on power/battery?

And: where did you get this pretty backlight? 😮

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Franknunes1612
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@wagner

hi there!

In to power or battery mods i did none because I know nothing about that if I had a guide or at least some help I would definitely do it. I just put a second battery in for more autonomy.

That backlight is just a ledstrip looks amazing and costs 2/3 euros from China. 

 

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@franknunes1612

cool! And the seatbank? 

If you want help upgrading you Soco, just hit up Puntofato or ask me, mine currently has about 5kWatts of power 😀

 

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The seat I just took it to a place here in Portugal and for 40 euros they made it amazing! With quality materials.

im so open to learn howto mess with power to get a little bit more out of my beautiful tc 🙂 any help will be much appreciated:)


 

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@franknunes1612 looks awesome!

I will upload a complete guide later on this forum.
But the first step is to get a second controller (like Sabvoton or Kelly), connect the essential cables this controller needs to run (basically duplicate the hall signals/ the power-on signal/throttle signal; mount the 3 phases to the new controller) and you will have a fully adjustable Soco with regen and (a little bit) more power.
You are still limited to something like 2,5kW because the battery has an overcurrent protection at about 40A.
So if you have two batteries, connect the second one parallel to the first (DON´t use the original "Battery paralleler", it´s bullsh..). This will give you 80A*60V=4,8kW nominal power.

 

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Franknunes1612
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@wagner awesome! Is there any especific sabvoton/Kelly controller that you think is the best for it? That guide will be great to help us electric mod noobs since I’m used to normal motorcycles and normal combustion engines 😊

 

Once again thanks for the help the power mod is what I’ve been waiting to discover hot to do it 😃

 

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@franknunes1612 I currently use a Kelly KLS6035S which is fine cause I got it for free 😀
If you buy a new one, I would recommend looking for a 70V controller (if you want to increase high speed later) and field weakening, also for high speed (both my ecu sadly does not have.)
If you don´t want to change the motor(so that the original speedometer still works fine), you will be somewhat limited to 5kW I assume, before changing all cables to a bigger cable cross section. But honestly, this is way more than enough.
I placed the controller of the very bottom if the plastic paneling, so make sure your new controller is at least water repellent.

 

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@wagner

thanks, and yes I prefer to keep the original motor, for now this mod will be more than fine. I’m going to start looking for 70V controllers right now 🙂

 

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alexaraducristian
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Nice. I've just returned from Porto and I can say you have great weather which allows using electric motorbikes all year long 🙂

On my side the night is cold and everything freezes, I still have to wait until spring to use my TC again.

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Franknunes1612
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@alexaraducristian cool! Yes Porto is a great city to have a TC! I love the bike and the brand aswell in Portuguese the brand means “superpunch” 🤜🤛 🤟

 

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