Simulation CorePower Consumption
OwnerKevin Vincelette
LocationLaval, Canada map
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Vehicle1995 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
I am a student in electrical engineering, this is my first build. The goal is to simulate the entire vehicle before building it
MotorGolden Motors HPM10KW72V-LIQ Brushless DC
DrivetrainChaindrive, 11 teeth in the front, 43 teeth in the back
ControllerGolden Motors Vector 500 72V
Batteries48 CALB/Skyenergy SE70AHA 70Ah CALB EV, 3.20 Volt, Lithium-Ion
Will mix supercapacitors with main battery pack to ensure higher regenerative braking efficiency and draw less current in the battery, to extend the range.
System Voltage76 Volts
Charger TSM2500
From thunderstruck motors, 72V charger, compatible with 110V and 220 Volts.

Will use a J1772 connector
DC/DC Converter
Not planned yet
InstrumentationCycle Analyst V3
Top Speed72 MPH (115 KPH)
Theorical speed known only --

Nominal Motor Settings : 116 kph, will be
limited at 70 kph for local regulations
(Will be registered as a scooter)

Max Motor Settings: 97 mph - 156 kph
AccelerationTheorical acceleration known only --

(0-100 kph) (0-60 mph)

Nominal Motor Settings : 9,7 s

Max Motor Settings: 3,43 s
Range56 Miles (90 Kilometers)
90 km is a project condition for the range.

Present simulations results in a 4.03 kWh pack to sustain the desired range.
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight377 Pounds (171 Kilograms)
Conversion TimeYet, 60h for making calculations, buying and
moving the motorcycle, stripping off all
components, planning the motor mount
Conversion Cost[They are in Canadian Dollars)
360$ For the donor bike
2592$ For Motor, controller and Cycle Analyst
1700$ For charger, BMS and charge controller
143$ For painting job and accessories
153$ Rear and front Sprocket + Chain
125$ Machining Rear Sprocket
67$ Front and Rear Wheel new bearings
36$ Greases and lubing stuff
I am in planning mode, more planning then
spending by now
Additional FeaturesSpeakers would be awesome

code by jerry