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Electric Warrior

Watt-hours per mile: 
350
Typical range: 
13
Top speed: 
40 mph

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Seating capacity: 
2
Heater: 
none
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Motor: 
Advanced dc A89-4001
Number of wheels: 
4
Controller: 
logicsystems 700 amp
Charger: 
Minn-kota 4 10amp marine
Batteries: 
UB 12750 sealed 12volt
Location: 
Indiana
Miles as an EV: 
no odometer, est 300
Lighting: 
36 volt headlamp, 12 volt tail, resistive
Curb weight: 
est 450
Conversion time and cost: 
80 hours 2300 to convert

My Bionx Modified

Typical range: 
100-175 miles
Top speed: 
35 mph

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Motor: 
rear
Batteries: 
A123 w/ bms 36 amphr 2 battery setup
Method for 12v system: 
DC - DC convertors 3 onboard.
Miles as an EV: 
12,000 miles
Lighting: 
HID niterider
Curb weight: 
2 batts 60lbs Single front batt 42lbs.
Conversion time and cost: 
$7,500, 6 Months
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homemade-dual suspension.

IMG_0013.JPGIMG_0014.JPGThis is my 1st homemade bicycle.
I made this bicycle so that I would have a suitable entry level platform to learn and grow on eg, differant batteries,motors ect.
the frame is 19mm chrome-moly tube 1.2mm wall...frame and swingarm weigh 5.8kg...140mm travel bomber front suspension,manitou 4way rear shock.
400w hub motor with 48v-12a 16 cell headway pack.

Bionx bike mod

Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
Typical range: 
200 miles per charge
Top speed: 
38 mph

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Batteries: 
A123
Method for 12v system: 
DC-DC convertor
Miles as an EV: 
12,000
Lighting: 
Niterider
Curb weight: 
61 lbs.
Conversion time and cost: 
200 hours, $7500

Bike I built from scratc , rebuilt old bike from the bare frame up .

Watt-hours per mile: 
Adverage 5 miles per watt Hr Depends on speed
Typical range: 
I petal assist and go 10 miles and use hardly any battery power
Top speed: 
24 mph

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Gelato electric Moped

Watt-hours per mile: 
I don't know
Typical range: 
Manufacturer says 20Mi, my longest is 7mi
Top speed: 
Manufacturer says 20mph, the street sign says 16mph

Seating capacity: 
1.5
Heater: 
the sun
Drivetrain: 
direct
Motor: 
350W hub
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
completely un-marked
Batteries: 
Tempest 4x12v 12ah
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2010 XB-700Li

Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
Typical range: 
Manufacturer: 25 - 35 miles per charge.
Top speed: 
47 KPH (approx. 29 MPH)

Color: Black / Silver
Model Year: 2010

Likes:

  • Classified as a bicycle with an electric motor assist when the peddles are attached (so registration not required).
  • Goes faster than manufacturer states on website.
  • Looks awesome!
  • Works great for getting me to and from work, and for short errands

Dislikes:

  • Left peddle comes off a bit too easily, especially on older roads that could use repaving.
  • Speedometer is in Kilometers Per Hour... Hello??? We don't use that in the US...

Seating capacity: 
2 riders
Heater: 
None
Drivetrain: 
Rear hub motor
Motor: 
700 Watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
Sealed & Water / Rain Proof
Charger: 
54.60 +/- 0.2 V
Batteries: 
26 Lightweight Lithium LiMn04 Ion. 48 Volt DC. 20 Amp-hours.
Location: 
Lincoln, MA
Method for 12v system: 
Don't know at the moment
Miles as an EV: 
unknown at the moment
Lighting: 
Stock lighting
Curb weight: 
194Lbs
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock. 2 to 4 hours to remove from shipping crate and to assemble

Mystery Electric Scooter - goes up Mountain Highway on 500W

surf for VANCOUVER MYSTERY ELECTRIC SCOOTER -- the only scooter with video on Hollyburn Country Club, at the upper levels of Vancouver's mountainous North Shore. No "regular" 500W electric scooter can do this; not even the Ego-2 has gotten up this high.

Electric Scooter/Bike Hybrid

Watt-hours per mile: 
I dunno
Typical range: 
I dunno
Top speed: 
not sure any ideas?

This is a little project im putting together....I can't wait to finish it. I took a Panterra freedom and drilled the rim and mounted it into a bike wheel. Pretty cool. I haven't tested it but I'm going to see how fast it will go when im done. Any advice will be helpful. I have been taking photo's so here are a few to show case the weird bike/scooter thing.
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Seating capacity: 
1
Heater: 
non
Drivetrain: 
scooter hub motor
Motor: 
I think 48volts
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
See Picture
Charger: 
48 volt 15charger online (fixed it)
Batteries: 
4 12volt 20 amp/hour
Location: 
Tucson/AZ
Method for 12v system: 
left out the lights
Miles as an EV: 
umm haven't yet
Lighting: 
I'm thinking of connecting a set of lights running to the controller.
Curb weight: 
280 even with my wight
Conversion time and cost: 
it took about a month so far and a 150bucks for scooter and parts.

RAPTURE~! (means to be carried away)

Watt-hours per mile: 
79
Typical range: 
17 miles
Top speed: 
29mph

Stretch cruiser limo, sla setup right now, putting LiFePo4 together. Draws over 100 amps on fast start, pulling 4000 watts, levels to a good 1500 to 2000 watt ride at about 27mph for miles and miles. I weigh 400 lbs! Special note on the tires, Specialized control compound 2.2, have capacity for 100 psi with fantastic urban tread! Not pretty, but WOW! What an awsome tire!

Seating capacity: 
1
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor
Motor: 
Golden 48v 1000w
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
Infineon 48/72v 45a
Charger: 
Stock
Batteries: 
Tempest SLA's now Ping LiFePo4's later
Location: 
Saaint Petersburg, Florida
Method for 12v system: 
48v Pack with stepdown to 12v box.
Miles as an EV: 
150
Lighting: 
H4 LED Motorcycle headlight LED Motorcycle tail light
Curb weight: 
= /< 100#
Conversion time and cost: 
one month, $2,000

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