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    I lost 1/2 of my power going up a hill with full throttle applied and it remains all the time now.

    Yes I did this and one battery at a time had the same outcome about 1/2 power when the throttle was turn to full power.
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    I lost 1/2 of my power going up a hill with full throttle applied and it remains all the time now.

    I put one battery in at a time and tested it and they work by them self but with reduced power. I did this test with both batteries and they were the same , reduced power.
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    I lost 1/2 of my power going up a hill with full throttle applied and it remains all the time now.

    The 1/2 power has been reduced all the time. I do not have a volt meter on the bike but have bars that light up. The bars show full power that means all bars are lite up. The batteries are paralleled with a splitter.
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    I lost 1/2 of my power going up a hill with full throttle applied and it remains all the time now.

    I lost 1/2 of my power going up a hill with full throttle applied and it remains all the time now. I have two 48V batteries one 48V 1000w motor and 48V 1000w controller. Need some help annualizing the problem.
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