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Goped stock controller max voltage? >>>>>>>

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  • Goped stock controller max voltage? >>>>>>>

    I have a stock Goped ESR 750 and am interested in upgrading the battery pack with an 8s lithium pack that has a max voltage of 33.6volts. Does anyone know if I can use this ? I have access to a Goped programmer. Thanks for any info. God Bless

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    Originally posted by JDELUNA View Post
    I have a stock Goped ESR 750 and am interested in upgrading the battery pack with an 8s lithium pack that has a max voltage of 33.6volts. Does anyone know if I can use this ? I have access to a Goped programmer. Thanks for any info. God Bless
    I know this is so old thread, but looking at the components on the controller board: some caps are 35V while IC chips are 50V. Thus, should be ok to run 33V. However, I think you would have to disconnect the stock charging board (completely from scooter) + controller while charging and use external charger for that application. Also your controller shut-off voltage should be matched to the level of the batteries used (or at least monitored)

    Edit: Reading on other forums they say 30V is recommended max.
    Last edited by ESR_RSE; 04-03-2019, 09:47 AM.

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      Rusty from goped told me that people take it to the extreme and race electric gopeds and he has seen people use up tp 36 volts.
      How long the controller and motor will last is an issue, it may be harmful long term.

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        I swapped the caps on my controller to 50V for good measure.
        caps.jpg
        Last edited by ESR_RSE; 07-29-2019, 09:52 PM.

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