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Finishing my build (VESCs arrived after 2 months wait)


#1

Continuing the discussion from Board rebuild / New member:

Finally VESCs arrived after 2 months of waiting.
VESCs are bigger then my expectation and my housing can’t fit. So I did some operation to my VESC housing. Aligned both VESCs together side by side and cable tie the wires into position.

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Using some silicon to seal up the wires gaps to prevent water splash and dust.

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Using some soft porons, I seal up all the opening gaps.


Finally, BLDC tuning done. (NOT PERFECT YET, am experiencing some minor motor clocking during the standstill acceleration. Anyone can help me ??? )


#2

Does it happen when you push start? Could be the traction control when starting from standstill…


#3

Only when standstill acceleration will have motor clocking.

A smooth acceleration if I push start it. Maybe i try to switch off my traction control and test it… Will feedback!!!


#4

test it, don’t have to disable it since it’s usefull. Just need to play with the rpm limits to find ur sweet spot…


#5

may i know what is the RPM limits can i tune? Thanks


#6

what motor mount is that? and what size motors you using?. Looks like your motor is mounted onto some paris trucks, how did you manage this?


#7

its at the traction control settings. Default is 3000 rpm I guess


VESC clocking on slow acceleration
#8

I dunno… bought it from china website, it came assembled but I did additional mechanical drilling to secure it to the truck arm because it came lose after a few run. Now its super secure :grin:


#9

do you know what website you got it from?


#10

https://world.taobao.com/

This is all in Chinese, you might need help on this.


#11

Did something new :0
VESC LEDs