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Leaperkim Sherman L 151V 4000wh 20" 102lbs


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  • Ronin Ryder changed the title to Leaperkim Sherman L 151V 4000Wh
26 minutes ago, Merkyu Kyu Kyu said:

Reliable people from Telegram groups provided some information.

  • Name: Veteran Sherman L
  • Weight: 46 Kg
  • Voltage: 151.2 v
  • Battery: 4000 Wh
  • Design: Mix between Sherman S and Lynx

6kg heavier than the Lynx and 1300Wh more battery. Can't wait to see it, the stats sound interesting!

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When the Lynx dropped, I thought a 6P config would be ideal.  As long as the price stays in check, I think this wheel will be a big success!  

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1 hour ago, Merkyu Kyu Kyu said:

Reliable people from Telegram groups provided some information.

  • Name: Veteran Sherman L
  • Weight: 46 Kg
  • Voltage: 151.2 v
  • Battery: 4000 Wh
  • Design: Mix between Sherman S and Lynx

Shut up and take my money. As long as it comes with a Smart BMS, this will be my next wheel.

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A bigger battery Lynx. Pretty much exactly what they should offer, as in "makes sense and will sell".

I wish they would offer more wheels, though. How about

  • Patton but with higher voltage and big battery (3000+Wh). Not everyone wants a 20 inch tire.
  • Try another Abrams! I never understood why there wasn't an Abrams-S, for example.
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26 minutes ago, Stickysock said:

I think the extra weight on a 16" wheel would defeat some of the pros of having a 16" wheel. (Patton owner here).

 

I for one would have a lot less fun if my Patton weighed over 95lbs.

I'd take a 151V Patton with smart bms if they kept the weight the same.  Should be doable considering Lynx and Patton are practically the same weight.

I think a smart move would be 151v across the whole lineup: patton with 4P, Lynx with 6P and Sherman with 8P.

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The Lynx is 4p, and the Sherman L 6p.

So an upgraded 151V Patton would be 2700Wh, like the Lynx. Basically a baby Lynx. Why not! With some weight savings, I also think a moderate to no weight increase is possible.

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  • Ronin Ryder changed the title to Leaperkim Sherman L 151V 4000wh 20" 102lbs
35 minutes ago, YCC said:

Spec of battery is 4050WH or 4000WH?

Assuming using Samsung 50E or 50S cells.

36 cells x 4.2 V = 151.2 V

36 cells x 3.7 V x 5 Ah x 6P = 3996 Wh

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5 hours ago, techyiam said:

Assuming using Samsung 50E or 50S cells.

36 cells x 4.2 V = 151.2 V

36 cells x 3.7 V x 5 Ah x 6P = 3996 Wh

4050Wh  if we use 3.75V 

3996Wh if we use 3.7V

So it seems like both calculation were available.  But this time they ( LeaperKim) prefer the number of 4000WH. 

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12 minutes ago, YCC said:

4050Wh  if we use 3.75V 

3996Wh if we use 3.7V

So it seems like both calculation were available.  But this time they ( LeaperKim) prefer the number of 4000WH. 

Actually, the nominal voltage is a specification of a cell.

For the LG M50LT cell the nominal voltage is 3.7V.

For the Samsung 50E or 50S, the nominal voltage is 3.6V.

I think people have just adopted the 3.7V across the board because they are so close. And by doing so, the LG cells wouldn't be able to enjoy a higher charge capacity advantage in marketing.

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Full specs leaked online.

 

Edit: I see this was also posted on the other Sherman L thread a few hours ago. Maybe the two threads could be merged?

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On 7/4/2024 at 5:30 AM, Merkyu Kyu Kyu said:

It is possible that "L" stands for "Long Range" (3600+), considering that Sherman wheels are renowned for their substantial battery capacity and impressive range. It is unlikely that they would introduce a model with a battery capacity of less than 3600Wh.

could the "L" stand for Lynx instead? after all, this new wheel appears to be a Sherman-Lynx hybrid.

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43 minutes ago, WheelGoodTime said:

Full specs leaked online.

 

Edit: I see this was also posted on the other Sherman L thread a few hours ago. Maybe the two threads could be merged?

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The other topic is not a Sherman L topic, it's just about asking what comes next. This topic introduces first the wheel and specs. 

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4 hours ago, The Brahan Seer said:

Looks really good. Nice the front handles are tapered in slightly and a little wider body too. Very impressive with the size of the batteries. More robust. Really looking forward to the real world range.

I think Sherman L may run 200 Kilometre in terms of the 4000WH battery.

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