The following weight information has been gleaned from the Nireeka story:
250W motor = 4.2kg with 48Nm of torque (top speed of 15.5mph)
350W motor = 4.2kg with 48Nm of torque (top speed of 18mph)
500W motor = 4.2kg with 48Nm of torque (top speed of 20mph)
1,000W motor = 5.8kg with 85Nm of torque (top speed of 30mph)
36V, 7.2Ahr battery: ?.? lbs (?kg)
36V, 9.0Ahr battery: ?.? lbs (?kg)
36V, 10.8Ahr battery: 4.4 lbs ( 1.99kg)
48V, 14.4Ahr battery: 8.8 lbs (4kg)
The reason for asking is to see what's the best weight/power combination suitable for each backer.
For instance, with current information available, a 500W motor combined with the 36V, 10.8Ahr battery - has a total weight of 7.5kg (16.5 lbs) and 48Nm of torque. Top speed of 20mph on a straight run (don't know what assumptions are used to get this top speed).
The 1,000W motor needs the 48V, 14.4Ahr battery. Battery weight is known, but details on 1,000W motor is still outstanding.
Would like to have some clarification on the missing information. Thanks.
Edit00: I've provided links for the 250W/350W/500W Bafang motors, but unsure if these are the model numbers that Max and N-Team are providing for backers. Some clarification would be useful.
Edit01: Up-dated the 250W/350W/500W motor based on advise from Max and Younes from IGG.
Edit02: Up-dates for 36V 10.8Ahr and 48V 14.4Ahr battery weights as advised by Max.
Edit03: Up-date to 36V 10.8Ahr battery as per story on IGG.