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24v motor 250w will it pull a bike? Answered

It is a 24VDC 250W 3000RPM motor will it pull a bike?

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The MadScientist

Best Answer 7 years ago

There are too many variables to put into account you need to put down more specifications torque is very important.

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TSCThe MadScientist

Answer 7 years ago

I'm going to probably get a 36v 1000w motor!

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The MadScientistTSC

Answer 7 years ago

I just had a look at electric scooter parts and at 36V 1000W's seems to be as big as they get it should work great judging by that. Electric bikes use 200-500w's but they can't accelerate the bike only keep it going after you've peddled first 1000w's should be able to accelerate it.

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TSCThe MadScientist

Answer 7 years ago

Do you think a 36v 750w would pull a bike with out having to peddled?

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The MadScientistTSC

Answer 7 years ago

If you gear it correctly yes, I am sure you will need to give it a bit of a kick of with your feet though.

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TSCThe MadScientist

Answer 7 years ago

Yeh they have bike kits that are 36v and 48v but their in hub motors!

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rickharris

7 years ago

With suitable gearing yes - Your going to have the potential for 20 - 30 MPH - BUT you will need good streamlining.

https://www.instructables.com/id/Building-an-electric-racing-car/

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steveastrouk

7 years ago

Depends on the size of the wheels, and how you gear the motor to them.