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When I was at the King Song facilty last October,they were still testing the new 18b prototype.So when I arrived they decided to utilize my IN-N-OUT laden 200lbs to test it on some hills behind there facilty to see if it would overheat.The hills where similiar to Griffith Park but also steeper in some areas and I could not overheat it.The ride to the watertank at G.P. shouldn't be a problem for your 18b.The real test should be @Marty Backe's monster.It wouldn't have 2 fans unless they figure a possible overheat condition.
How could you possibly have fear knowing I was covering your six?
Yeah, we can always go up the main road (what you and @jrkline took initially). Riding all the way to the peak and then going up to the water tank will overheat the wheel if it's going to overheat.
Unfortunately there is no other way to the Hollywood sign. I'll still go there but at any sign of horses I'll just turn off the wheel and 'hide' it until they pass. Nobody will be the wiser
And on the way to the Hollywood Sign we can also take a nice detour down to the Bronson Caves, where the 60's Batman TV show cave exit was shot (where the batmobile is filmed exiting the cave). It's a cool ride and fun item to see.
The KS14C and KS18 (older model) overheat and shutdown at 69c (I think that's the temperature). The ACM and MSuper (not sure about the Monster) shutdown at 79c. @jrkline confirmed this a few weeks ago when he was pushing his ACM in the mountains. I've never had any of my Gotway wheels get that hot even when pushing up hills in the 90's.
The general consensus is that with the addition of 6 more mosfets the Gotway wheels run much cooler (which I can attest to) than the KingSong's (which still use 6 mosfets).