Frontier v6 AT Rollin on the beach at Coney Island

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Re: Frontier v6 AT Rollin on the beach at Coney Island

Postby Burgerman » 19 Sep 2019, 20:57

This is a 1100 watt brushless motor. I may add that size has nothing to do with motor power either. On the ground, loaded (no airspeed) it pulls around 1650 watts. At 54,000rpm. Because it is even lower impedance than a wheelchair motor and has way greater efficiency.
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Re: Frontier v6 AT Rollin on the beach at Coney Island

Postby shirley_hkg » 21 Sep 2019, 09:08

Jay_x wrote:
Gnomatic wrote:The V6 has a long and wide base, so the chair seems pretty stable to me when elevated. As far as speed goes I've seen websites list the top speed spec at 6.5mph and other sites list the same chair at 7.5mph. So I take those numbers with a grain of salt. As BM mentioned, a lot depends on the tires, and how full they are. When I go to the beach I lower the air pressure in my tires a bit. Which slows the chairs top speed, but gives the chair better flotation on light fluffy sand.. If I know I'm going to be rolling on pavement I fill them up good. Chair goes a bit faster this way. And of coarse programming matters.

And if you're running off a lithium pack you can bump up the max motor voltage and get a little a speed boost as well from that..


thanks, what are you using to fill up your tires with?


This is a very handy & useful piece of tools one should have .

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Re: Frontier v6 AT Rollin on the beach at Coney Island

Postby Jay_x » 21 Sep 2019, 14:44

shirley_hkg wrote:
Jay_x wrote:
Gnomatic wrote:The V6 has a long and wide base, so the chair seems pretty stable to me when elevated. As far as speed goes I've seen websites list the top speed spec at 6.5mph and other sites list the same chair at 7.5mph. So I take those numbers with a grain of salt. As BM mentioned, a lot depends on the tires, and how full they are. When I go to the beach I lower the air pressure in my tires a bit. Which slows the chairs top speed, but gives the chair better flotation on light fluffy sand.. If I know I'm going to be rolling on pavement I fill them up good. Chair goes a bit faster this way. And of coarse programming matters.

And if you're running off a lithium pack you can bump up the max motor voltage and get a little a speed boost as well from that..


thanks, what are you using to fill up your tires with?


This is a very handy & useful piece of tools one should have .

viewtopic.php?f=2&t=9005


Thanks that does indeed look quite useful. do you have a name in English for it? Or a amazon link or any link that works in the US?

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Re: Frontier v6 AT Rollin on the beach at Coney Island

Postby Gnomatic » 21 Sep 2019, 16:17

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Re: Frontier v6 AT Rollin on the beach at Coney Island

Postby Jay_x » 22 Sep 2019, 23:20

Gnomatic wrote:https://www.aliexpress.com/item/33033959581.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.40c03c3ditJbKe&algo_pvid=503ac834-6bdd-45f4-b2d5-ad1386fbc3f5&algo_expid=503ac834-6bdd-45f4-b2d5-ad1386fbc3f5-14&btsid=4d43a1f7-318c-411f-a911-fdc295511ebe&ws_ab_test=searchweb0_0,searchweb201602_5,searchweb201603_60


excellent, thank you
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