Stand-up Scooter

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Scooter with a platform you stand on, such as the Go-Ped ESR-750.

Moover - Urban commuter

Typical range: 
30Km
Top speed: 
45Km/H

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Hi everybody,

Just wanted to share our design studio creation the Moover.

Moover is an urban commuter designed by two transportation designers

The electric scooter includes a powerful 24V 750W Hi-torque motor
the electronic controller is responsible of delivering 40A straight to that motor.
The energy come from a 24V 20Ah Li-po battery packs.

Moover can run at top speed of 45Km/H and squeezing the throttle can take you to a 30Km distance.

We included a built in 6W led light in front and applied a nice led strap on the rear
To give it a fast and furious look we integrated side white led straps.

The rigid chassis is handmade, we use some laser cut parts and its stronggggg believe me i check it out (-:

The deck received a nice graphic message.

So check it out and please comment

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Thanks buddies

Seating capacity: 
Upon request
Drivetrain: 
25# chain
Motor: 
24v 750W
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
24v 40A
Charger: 
24v 4A
Batteries: 
24v 20Ah Li-Po panasonic cells

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Watt-hours per mile: 
250W
Typical range: 
?
Top speed: 
16 Mph

Drivetrain: 
Chain driven connection to rear axle
Motor: 
Razor E300 scooter motor
Number of wheels: 
3
Controller: 
Razor 24V
Charger: 
Razor
Batteries: 
2 x 12V, 7AH
Location: 
Portsmouth, UK

TRX 3-Wheeled Electric Scooter

Seating capacity: 
1
Drivetrain: 
belt driven
Motor: 
2 x (150 watts)
Number of wheels: 
3
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Electrical Banana

Watt-hours per mile: 
Unknown
Typical range: 
Unknown
Top speed: 
20+

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Seating capacity: 
N/A
Heater: 
N/A
Drivetrain: 
Brushed motor with #25 chain drive
Motor: 
Rad2Go E-36 modified
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
Curtis 1204(?) bought from Deafscooter
Charger: 
Soneil 3605SL
Batteries: 
B&B 22AH x 3
Location: 
Louisville, Ky
Method for 12v system: 
Lucent dc-dc converter provided by Chas Stevenson
Miles as an EV: 
Zero in present configuration
Lighting: 
N/A
Curb weight: 
around 100 lbs.
Conversion time and cost: 
Several years and too much $$ to count
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