EVT

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EVT 4000E

Typical range: 
45kms
Top speed: 
64kms/hr

Drivetrain: 
hub motor
Motor: 
1500 watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
EVT
Charger: 
EVT 48 volt + meanwell 12 volt
Batteries: 
4 X Long 12 volt 50Ah + 1 Alco X 45 Ah (5 in total for 60volts)
Location: 
New Zealand
Method for 12v system: 
48V/12V DC to DC converter
Miles as an EV: 
2100kms
Curb weight: 
140kgs now with extra battery installed
Conversion time and cost: 
2 hours to add extra battery from stock
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EVT-4000e

Typical range: 
45-60km
Top speed: 
60km/h

I bought my first electric moped and I enjoy it very much

Seating capacity: 
2
Motor: 
HUB motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Charger: 
standard 220V plug 400W
Batteries: 
4x50 SLA
Location: 
Nahariya, Israel
Miles as an EV: 
25
Curb weight: 
127kg

EVT-4000e

Typical range: 
10 miles, didn't try its limit
Top speed: 
35 MPH

Motor: 
Direct Driven Hub Motor, 1500W
Number of wheels: 
2
Batteries: 
12V 50Ah x4, http://www.klb.com.tw/dbf/WP50-12NE.pdf
Location: 
Taipei, Taiwan
Miles as an EV: 
2800
Curb weight: 
125 KG
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Turbo Reggae EVT 4000

Typical range: 
10 miles
Top speed: 
30 miles/hr

This is a 2002 model EVT 4000. They get 30 miles/hr max speed and with fresh batteries will do over 20 miles range. It's very well made and the EVT corporation has been around for a long time. 2002 was the first year they were imported to the U.S. They never sold it with this color combination, but Electric Motorsport had put this bike together as a demonstration unit and I liked the mix of colors as a way of being more visible. To me visibility equals safety.

This bike was modified by Todd Kollin, Electric Motorsport, to have a turbo mode. There is room behind the seat to stuff an 18 amp-hour battery and that, along with some special circuitry, allows the motor voltage to be switched to 60 volts on the fly. The bike is normally 48 volts with 4 50-amp-hour batteries under the seat.

With the turbo mode the controller remains at 48 volts and most of the time the motor sees 48 volts. Once you get up to speed, and realize you need more speed, there is a switch under your right thumb. Pressing the switch bypasses the controller sending 60 volts directly to the motor. It's just like the passing gear you might have on a gas car, and you can zoom up to perhaps 40 miles per hour.

Generally this bike is so extremely quiet, due to the hub motor (no chain noise) that it always felt like riding a magic flying carpet.

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Seating capacity: 
1, or two if they're skinny
Heater: 
Ambient
Drivetrain: 
Hub motor
Motor: 
48 volt hub motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
EVT standard, with a modification for the turbo mode
Charger: 
2 Soneil 2416's under the seat
Batteries: 
4 12v 50ah plus 1 12v 18ah
Location: 
Mountain View, CA, USA
Method for 12v system: 
DC-DC in the controller
Miles as an EV: 
3000
Lighting: 
Normal scooter lighting
Curb weight: 
275 lbs
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock
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