unknown, book says: 40 mile. Range simulator says less with me on it.
40+. Book says:Top Speed: 45 MPH, 51 MPH if you change the gearing (use a different size sprocket)
104 amp-hour, 24 volt VRLA advanced battery pack
VR24 drive system with integral helical gear speed reduction
Fully automatic on-board charger
Electric, power-assisted regenerating rear brake with anti-lock features
Hydraulic fork with aluminum triple clamps
Twin coil-over-shock, adjustable rear suspension
Full floating hydraulic caliper front disk brake
Cast aluminum alloy helical style wheels
Dunlop TT90 GP performance tires
Chrome foot pegs
Electronic twist grip "smart" throttle
Safety neutral mode with "Power" select
Keyed ignition switch
State-of-charger (fuel) meter - not working on mine - using a Packtrakr
Reserve fuel mode - see above
Sealed beam hi/lo/flash headlight system
Turn and tail light package
Dual rear view mirrors - not on mine.
Tool kit - missing.
From the Right
With my Yamaha Fazer 600 in the background
The Lectra has an Amphenol socket with 4 coloured wires that allow you to monitor (or charge) the 4 batteries individually, I made a diagram of this:
5:1 primary gear reduction, then 14:54 chain & sprockets final drive.
24v DC Variable Reluctance (VR24) 2-phase brushless design, Air Cooled. 8HP peak, 3HP continuous
EMB custom 2-phase brushless
EMB onboard 440 watt charger. 110 to 265v 50 - 60Hz 24v 2 stage for VRLA. Brings the four batteries of this 24 volt system from 20 per cent to 95 per cent charge in two and a half hours.
normally has 4 Optima yellow-tops, I have 4 new Exide copies (spiral) that are deep cycle 50Ahr. 2 series & 2 parallel so 100 Ahr.
Miles as an EV:
I've done 15 miles as I've just got it. It has done 1340 miles total. Date of first registration: 22/12/1997
Conversion time and cost:
A stock EMB Lectra. Bought it 2nd hand (I'm the 4th owner) and put new batteries in, in an afternoon.