500w = 130nmIf I had to guess no physical difference, like how their others motors are, just software changes to limit max amps. Interestingly enough on bafangs page the m560 is listed as 750w rated but if you click the "more information" on the "oem page" its listed as 500w?
I thought the same originally that purely software but apparently the 500w is currently being supplied whereas the 750w is not yet available.If I had to guess no physical difference, like how their others motors are, just software changes to limit max amps. Interestingly enough on bafangs page the m560 is listed as 750w rated but if you click the "more information" on the "oem page" its listed as 500w?
I have just received a new E10 with the M560 500w motor. First test was extremely disappointing. The motor noise is incredibly loud. I would say twice as noisy as my M600. It also makes very strange 'grinding' noise at the point of motor engagement and disengagement when your cadence and torque input is low but enough to trigger the motor. I have gone back to the supplier and let them know that I can't accept this and will need to return it. It is that bad.Quick question, the M560, how much noisier over th M510 is it ?
I have imported 6 E10's with the M600 motor. The first 2 had the steel gears and the last 2 had Peek gears. The steel gear versions got quieter after about 200kms and now I can't tell apart from the Peek gear bikes. The noise level on them all is fine.Interesting, my M600 has the later PEEK gear and is probably quieter than the Bosch but not as quiet as the Brose. I hear rumours that the M560 has again gone to a steel main gear, is that true and if so will that be the same as the original M600, where after about a year Bafang fitted a PEEK gear.
That's a loud one. I will wait untill next year for this M560 revised.Here is a video of the M560m motor noise using throttle. Note that the pedals spin when the wheel is lifted. This does not happen with the M600. The clutch system/engagement must be different. Note also that the usual Bafang chain guard is not fitted. It seems there are now mounts for the standard chain guards available on Aliexpress.
Clip of M600 motor noise for comparison. Excuse the dirty bike as finished a big ride through clay and mud earlier that day. Bike was cleaned after filming.
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