Pretty straight forward. My intuition says no, but I figured it would be best to ask the experts.
Besides the straight science behind it, I’m curious as to would it lower heat if you consider the fact I can climb hills quicker at higher voltages?
If I climb a hill slowly, I pull more amps than if I plow up the hill (due to momentum), so by this logic, shouldn’t a higher voltage system mean I need less energy to climb a hill since I can keep my momentum up, which would mean less motor heat?
Any thoughts are appreciated.