I got a customer who ordered the Custom made E Scooter with Fastest 50 - 60 mph stand up scooter
Hi Craig, Deafscooter
what I'm looking
for (I need a fold down handlebar). I am thinking maybe it would be
better for me to order a custom scooter from you. Can I tell you what
my ideal scooter would be and you can tell me whether it is possible to
build to that spec, and if so, how much it would cost?
So ideally, I like something based on a BladeZ frame because I need to
be able to fold down the handlebars. I also need some modification to
lock down the handlebar in the back so I can pick it up by just the
handlebar like a luggage. I do this currently by wrapping a chain
around the bottom of the scooter and on top of the handlebar, but it
takes time to do the chain each time I have to carry it up stair.s
I'd like it to go 50 - 60 mph, with a range of 8 miles.
For batteries - I was thinking four of those new A123 batteries. I'd
need to have the BMS still installed because often I cannot unplug it
when it is done charging - I need to be able to plug it in and leave it
plugged in over night.
As for the components - I really like the work you did on the 2002
Currie Lightning where all the components are in the housing. I leave
the scooter locked outside sometimes in the city so I can't have the
parts exposed for people to try and steal.
I also like how with the backplate on the Currie you can have a second
person hanging on behind.
I'd also like the charger itself to be housed inside the main unit, so
can pull out a cable on one of those spring action cable winds and plug
it in. The charger definitely has to be part of the scooter though so
don't have to carry cords separately.
It'd also be nice to have some kind of trunk or basket to carry small
things or attach grocery bags. Also, I need to carry around a chain to
lock it up. I like to ride standing up, so no seat is necessary.
What do you think?