Ebikeling Hall sensors failed - repeatedly

Plissken

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So I built my ebike 2 years ago. And I have gotten hall sensor failures twice. I cannot afford to keep replacing my motor every year. I need some recommendations on new motors, or a new controller, or something. Can I try a sensorless controller, and keep my current motor? Would I have to replace both the motor and controller? I'm trying not to spend a lot of money on fixing this again. The last time it happened I could not find a replacement motor by itself, and I was forced to buy the entire conversion kit again. Now I have 2 full ebike kits with 2 broken motors. I'm not going to replace it with the same thing again, as this kit is obviously trash. I would like to not spend a ton of money, but I will do what I have to do to make sure this doesn't happen again.
This is currently what I am using:
 
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Frogslayer

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Damn it seems like a sweet unit. I don't ride in the rain all that much but my cheap violamart kits have been going for a few years now with no problems.
 

HumanPerson

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Yeah i've ad no probs with me voilamart 1000w or 1500w motors.
I've rode in the rain and snow and puddles with no harm so far.

Ride Safe! :cool:



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Plissken

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Mine is a fat tire bike. Maybe should have said that to begin with.
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barbegame

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Hi! If you can, open the motor and change the hall sensors yourself! these are cheap! but the work is difficult as I saw in a video (youtube?) I would say delicate is a more appropriate word!
BTW your fat bike is impressive!
 

T03Y

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How did you go? I just made my first post here, about how my bike seems to go fine without the hall sensors wired up?!
 
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