So I read somewhere (kaly on this forum) that the higher the kv the lower resistance the motor has. Since I love the feeling of flow I want the build to have “maximum coasting abilities”. With this I mean longest distance ride after releasing the trothle. Like that brand new high speed bearings feeling.
So what would be the perfect kv for optimum coastability? And what battery pack would match with this?
I was thinking 239 to 245 kv, would this be safe for the vesc rpm limit with a 10s li ion? I’m assuming it would be a bit overkill and I’d have to go more like 8 - 9 s.
I don’t know what motor and wheel pulley I would need with this.
I weigh about 70-75 kg, wheels between 73 - 83 (don’t know what I’m gonna settle for, used to pool and street setup, never had longboard). I want maximum speed of about 47 kph without frying my electronics. Don’t care to much for torque, but don’t wanna be defeated by a bit of a hill either.
I’m assuming dual motor = dual resistance, so I’m gonna start single and work my way up to double to see what I like most. I think double would be better for more straight acceleration ( if the power is only coming from one side I think you’d ride a bit crooked no?)
Thanks fo reading, have a good day