Light Scooter

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Small carryable scooter such as the Go Motorboard 2000

2000 X Transporter Motorboard

Need battery replacement info.

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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Baja Motorsports BE500

Typical range: 
20 miles
Top speed: 
30mph


My Little Fusion

Watt-hours per mile: 
Unknown
Typical range: 
15 Miles W/ extended range pack
Top speed: 
17mph

Seating capacity: 
A spartan 1
Drivetrain: 
Direct Drive
Motor: 
1000 Watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
Currie 30A 36V
Charger: 
Currie 36V
Batteries: 
6 x Power Patrol 12V 12AH
Location: 
Austun Texas 78704
Method for 12v system: 
None
Miles as an EV: 
100
Lighting: 
Pyramid
Curb weight: 
Approx. 120lbs
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock EV, 549.00 Plus Tax W/single batt pack.
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Modified XB-500, Shunt Mod & 72V power

Watt-hours per mile: 
45 - 60 wh/mi
Typical range: 
18 miles
Top speed: 
28 MPH

Bought July 18, 2008. Delivered July 25 from Neo-Scooters. Modified controller to afford additional torque (current), and withstand input voltage up to 90V. LED headlights. See my blog at:

http://www.bergerweb.net/xb500

Miles as an EV: 
566 (5/27/2009)

Randel24

Typical range: 
supposed to be up to 35 mi
Top speed: 
19-12 mi per hr

Seating capacity: 
2
Heater: 
hopefully soon!
Drivetrain: 
Super rattletrap design
Motor: 
700watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
somebody please tell me!!
Charger: 
48 volt
Batteries: 
26 lithium ion
Location: 
Hanford Ca
Method for 12v system: 
huh?
Miles as an EV: 
100 mi
Lighting: 
wrong type
Curb weight: 
150 lbs ?
Conversion time and cost: 
stock

Trusty but testy XB-700Li - Litium-ion scooter

I make fun of the bike and some is justified. If the manufacturers and Extreme ever get their collective quality-control act together they could get quite a market share of the American/Canadian EV bike riders.

I ride my 700Li every day to work, both day and night since I works graves. I use my 2002 Volvo S60 when making longer than 30 mile trips.

Motor: 
700w brushless
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
U-one-der
Location: 
Modesto, California
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x-treme

Location: 
Portland/Oregon
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X-Treme XB-500

Watt-hours per mile: 
40 wh/mi
Typical range: 
15-18 mi
Top speed: 
23 mph

I have had my XB-500 for two months as of Sept 26, 2008. Have driven to and from work about 8 times (10 miles each way) Like the bike, but would like more power and speed. I'm considering a "Ride Green Capri".

Seating capacity: 
1
Heater: 
none
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor
Motor: 
500 W
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
OEM 48V
Charger: 
OEM 48V
Location: 
Fenton, Michigan
Method for 12v system: 
Voltage Converter
Miles as an EV: 
350 MIles
Lighting: 
12 V Automotive bulbs
Curb weight: 
100 lbs
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Xtreme 700Li

Typical range: 
80 miles
Top speed: 
22 MPH

We at SolutionsGem specialize in Lithium Powered Vehicles. We want to offer means of transportation to people that are looking to supplement or replace their cars.
Lithium technology is finally becoming affordable and reliable for everyone. We personally use this vehicles to replace 98% of our transportation needs. We only use our Hybrid Car for long trips or when the weather is not fit for riding a two wheel vehicle.
Our 700Li is a classified as a power assisted bicycle or moped. Because electric bicycles have a pedal system (even though they do not need to be used) there is no need for a drivers license, it does not have to be registered with the DMV, and if you follow the bicycle laws you should be able to ride this bike any place bicycles are allowed to operate. (Per Federal Electric Bicycle Law H.R. 727)There is no need for insurance of any kind.
The best part, forget about gas. It only costs pennies to recharge. Please keep in mind that electric vehicles are famous for low maintenance costs. We have saved around $250 in vehicle replaced expenses a month. Insurance cost, gas cost and maintenance cost are all gone. The only things you will have to maintain are your tires and brakes. Batteries will last about 7 to 10 years. Compared to SLA batteries that is a huge improvement.

This is not a Toy Bicycle. It is always a good idea to wear a helmet and bright colored clothing. Unfortunately, as regular car drivers, we are not yet used to share the road with scooters, bicycles and motorcycles. Extra care must be observed while driving. Wearing safety reflective clothing when driving, specially while driving at night is highly recommended. The bright colored vests are available at any hardware store.

We at SolutionsGem specialize in customer service before and after the sale.

We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.

www.solutionsgem.com

209.250.0307

Seating capacity: 
2 Comfortably
Heater: 
No availble
Drivetrain: 
Gearless Rear Hub Motor and fuctional pedals connected to rear hub by a chain.
Motor: 
700 Watt Brushless Gearless Rear Hub Motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
48 Volts Unknown Brand
Charger: 
Lithium Charger 2 Amp 157 Watts while charging. About .75 Kiliwatt hour very time I charge it. Unknown Brand
Batteries: 
Unknown Brand, 26 Lightweight Lithium LiMn04 Ion (7-10 Year Battery Life)
Location: 
California
Method for 12v system: 
Dc to Dc converter
Miles as an EV: 
200 miles as 08/14/2008
Lighting: 
48 volt lighting system. Soon to be convertet to all LED high intensity for lower energy consumption and better visibility.
Curb weight: 
150
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock vehicle. Cost $1700 with installed accesories included. Scooter cost is $1650 delivered to your door.
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