Submitted by Webmaster on Mon, 05/07/2012 - 15:45
Submitted by Scotter on Mon, 04/30/2012 - 20:43
"Much better then the rover!"
"Wow, I can go 4 times further on the moon!"
"Why doesn't my shadow show the flag?"
Submitted by markxr7 on Mon, 04/16/2012 - 04:03
I have an xb 600 with 5 18Ah batts. (New) and only get 15 miles. What gives. Its supose to get 20- 25 stock wit 4 12v 12Ah batts. Any answers or options Mark
Submitted by markxr7 on Sat, 04/07/2012 - 08:24
When I turn the key to on my back wheele spins and the throttle has no responce. Is it the controller or throttle
Submitted by markxr7 on Tue, 04/03/2012 - 06:25
I have a 07 cougar xr7 48v 600w scooter. 22mph. I add 1 battery and Bam 29mph. Now I bought a 800w 60v controller will it hook up. The wires on the new controler are thinner does that matter and more of them. Do I need a 60v charger after the change. How do I know what wires go where. I need help please markxr7
Submitted by NewAgeMa on Wed, 03/28/2012 - 17:24
How can we determine if our electric motorcycle had a BMS? We imported 2 electric motorcycles in late 2010. They were ordered with a 5000W motor and 72V90AH LiFePO4 battery packs with a BMS. They were routinely charged and test ridden. One bike had about 500 miles. A few weeks ago, it was ridden 20 miles and parked. Approximately 50 minutes after the ignition was turned off, the bike burst into flames and was demolished. Fire marshall determined no signs of foul play. We trying to determine the cause. We are speculating that the battery pack was NOT LiFePO4.
Submitted by Tonyxhb on Sat, 02/25/2012 - 06:52
12 inch hub motor with tyre 36v 250w for electric scooter. Rated voltage:36v Rated power:250w Dropout size:125mm Weight:4.6kg
Submitted by Boyd6944 on Tue, 02/21/2012 - 09:01
Hi to everyone, I'm working on upgrading an electric scooter and wanted to know if anyone has a 1500w 60v controller and a matching motor. Or know where to get one that won't ask questions when it pertains to shipping to Canada and our laws about power ratings. The rear rim it has to fit is 16" diameter. The white one is the one I need the parts for.
Submitted by current-logic on Sun, 02/19/2012 - 19:03
Current Logic now introduce a new series of DIN rail DC-DC Converter. They can quickly snap onto a DIN rail with built-in DIN rail clips that require no additional brackets.
First made converter in din rail mountable enclosure is a 24V to 12V converter with rated power at 100W (120W max). It is for industrial use and is more tightly regulated than former 24V to 12V converter. The module also has an adjustable output from 11~13V. This give user more convenience in designing their own system.
Submitted by peeters06lee on Thu, 02/09/2012 - 08:17
I bought an electric scooter that has 2 motors one in the front wheel and one in the back wheel for some reason the back motor only works when it wants too. I have no idea what to do or the make or modle of this scooter. Any help would be gratefully appreciated.