6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

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Mountain chen
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6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

Product size 203 x 107 x 112cm
Carrying capacity 200kgs
Weight 250kgs (include 60kgs battery)
Range per charge 50km
Max speed 40km/h

Battery 10x 20AH12v Greensaver battery
Rated continuous output power 2x3000W dual motor drive
Type of motor Permanent-magnet brush DC motor
Control Hall unit
Output of charger DC 60V 10A
Input of charger AC 220V or AC 110V ?
Bugle and bulb voltage 12V
Charging duration 5-8h
Container QNTY 10 pcs /20' , 22pcs/40'container

See attached,They can climb any slope...... and big body suitable for western people and 2 riders.

You also may watch video on YOUTUBE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FlSN6C8lTLQ

Mountain_chen [at] hotmail.com

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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

6kW is excellent. Is it geared so that it can make us eof that power and pull a lot of weight? e.g the Gorilla Vehicle (www.gorillavehicles.com) only does 10mph max but can pull 4000lbs!

The batteries still need covering. An electric quad needs to be immune from splashes. Also standardised wheel nuts all around would be useful. I had a 4000w with different wheel nuts on front axle than back axle? From the factory.

Are the hub motors in the wheel not an issue with driving into water? I like hub motors myself but obviously a quad is a special kind of vehicle. another good comparison is the GEO from Italy. www.geoquad.it. In mass production. Pricey but very well engineered.

What real-world figure can be given for towing range for this 6kw quad? It would be a great machine for doing work around a farm but would need to be able to pull a trailer and attach other implements. Are there plans for making use of the 12v system to run other accessories? Like a standard atv can.

Thanks

Mountain chen
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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

Yes,it is hub motor and very clear above the chassis.

All water proof wiring and motors.
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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

Do you have any videos of the ATV riding through wet and muddy terrain? I must admit to being wary of using an eATV in the sort of harsh environment that the customers of regular ATVs are used to.

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Remember: " 'lectric for local. diesel for distance" - JTH, Amp Bros || "No Gas.

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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

I have ordered 2 samples of this ATV from Mountain. They will be available for test in Gothenburg, Sweden when I have recieved them. Feel free to PM me if you have any questions.

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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

Yes,expect to ship you in 10 days.

Nice to meet you here !

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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

The ATVs has arrived last week, here is a picture of the first ride deep down in the woods!

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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

Hello Wiggo,

you've had your samples a while now. Can you give us an update on performance of the 6kw atv?

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Re: 6kw Adult size E-ATV with 2 hub motor drive

Here is an ATV being promoted from Canada and through agents in the States by an outfit called ElectroWheels. These are online for almost a year now. May have been revised since then.

http://www.electro-wheels.com/Electric-ATVs/E400-ATV.html

Anyone know much about this company and the provenance of these atvs?

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