xootr eX3, can I overvolt the controler for higher top speed?

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xootr eX3, can I overvolt the controler for higher top speed?

Hello,

I've had a xootr eX3 for a couple years. Both the battery packs are long dead. I'm going to replace them (or try to) with some LiFePo batteries.

I'm pretty sure the xootr eX3 is running 24 volt. Any one know if the controller will let me bump that up a bit to get a higher top speed?

In it's heyday I could hold it at 19mph on a flat road. I'd love to bump that up to 23-25mph if I could.

Anyone try this yet?

Thanks!

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Re: xootr eX3, can I overvolt the controler for higher top speed

Deafscooter

trash xootr EX3 Scooter and you cant over voltage the scooter or you will damage the gear drive system
& motor have brushless ( if you over voltage to motor stator winds ) inside hard to find motor assembly

I have ex3 before with 33.3 volts Li Cells packs it got damged the gear drive also smelled the motor burned

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Re: xootr eX3, can I overvolt the controler for higher top speed

So I guess I'll have to stick with a 24v pack. Anyone know how many ah I'll need to go 18 miles? on a charge.

I'd love to have Deaf Scooter's sweet ride, but I already have the xootr and can't justify spending more than a new LiFePo pack and charger to get it up and running.

I live in Encino CA and we've got a great bike path along the Orange Line. It's a perfect place to ride a quiet scooter. So I guess now I have to find someplace to make me a 24v LiFePo pack that will fit in the spaces under the xootr as soon as I know how many ah I'll need.

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