TREK MTB with BBS02 Max acceptable heat

Humy

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Hello everyone, I’m new here and I’m hoping to get your help!
I’ve got an MTB with 7 rear gears and a BBS02 750W set at 24Amps max current draw with the 860C display 9PAS, along with a 44T front Chainring.
I use my E-bike for commuting mainly to work and back with a distance of 16 to 20 miles round trip up/down hills.
I recently installed a temperature probe/sensor on the outer body of the motor (strategically placed with thermal paste and what not) to get an idea of the motor temperature as I drive.
Now my questions are:
1- What’s the maximum acceptable heat the motor could reach without affecting its components?
2- How does my shifting up/down affect the motor? Especially when going up hills! What’s recommended

Many thanks in advance
Cheers
Humy
 

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Hello everyone, I’m new here and I’m hoping to get your help!
I’ve got an MTB with 7 rear gears and a BBS02 750W set at 24Amps max current draw with the 860C display 9PAS, along with a 44T front Chainring.
I use my E-bike for commuting mainly to work and back with a distance of 16 to 20 miles round trip up/down hills.
I recently installed a temperature probe/sensor on the outer body of the motor (strategically placed with thermal paste and what not) to get an idea of the motor temperature as I drive.
Now my questions are:
1- What’s the maximum acceptable heat the motor could reach without affecting its components?
2- How does my shifting up/down affect the motor? Especially when going up hills! What’s recommended

Many thanks in advance
Cheers
Humy
You should check with Luna cycles they do a lot of development work with the motor that you have.
 
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