I found something like thisYou cant get 35Amps from a 25Amp battery, simple physics NO...
It still isn't clear whether you've actually experienced the situation where your battery does not provide enough amps.It's just written on the battery and the controller will power cut if the battery supply does not supply enough for the initial start
So i am thinking of a way to let it have enough for the start so once the Motor Start moving it does not really cut off and the extra load is not needed
That's what I suspect as well, and I was trying to chase the devil out of the dearth of details.That certainly helps. It establishes that a DC motor can hurt itself if you apply the recommended running voltage when it is not moving because too much current is the result. Now we consider that the Original Poster, Stevelee wants to add even more current than the usual amount...or maybe he read the labels, doesn't know what they mean, and thinks a battery of 25 amp-hours capacity can not deliver more than 25 amps.
I think this is another case of a person asking for what they want instead of what they need. A belief in the absolute value of a label, entirely misinterpreted, leads the questioner to want the opposite of what he needs.
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