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Electra/Voy/Scoot 'n' Go Phantom 4

Lighting: 
head light, tail light, turn signals, and brake light
Number of wheels: 
2
Batteries: 
3 12volt 12 amphour
Controller: 
36v
Conversion time and cost: 
$190.00
Drivetrain: 
hub motor
Miles as an EV: 
5
Location: 
Portland, ME
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
15
Typical range: 
10+
Motor: 
500
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
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Just acquired one of these from craigslist, so my new PROJECT came fully ebquiped with rusty fasteners, cobwebs and dead insects (basement kept). I didn't even know what the thing was, since there were no markings, and had to "reverse engineer" the ID based on the battery! I got the thing, and an electric skateboard for $35.00 bucks, sans chargers. In other words, I now have a "PROJECT" (YIPEE!) to compliment the perfect storm of mid-life woes (lost job, 50, yada, yada, etc.) I gather the company that sold this thing went under, and parts sources may be limited, so my questions are as follows:
1. I found the owners manual on line, but there is little tech info. Is there a source for wiring diagrams, etc?
2. Can I replace the really dubious looking factory wiring harness with a "generic"? (i.e., make a new harness from say Radio Shack stock and connectors?)
3. Is there a comparable bike, made by an un-dead company that I can buy the parts for and swap into this bike?
4. Don't know that much about this technology, so keep it simple.
5. Charger, I need a charger!
6. Batteries: a good generic replacement recomendation.
Thanks, and god help me...

reikiman's picture

Please start posting questions in the forums... The answer to most of your questions is YES.

The only undead company I know of in this field is at www.AtomicZombie.com

Okay: will re-post to forum.
Thanks


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