37-48 volts

Electric Warrior

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Heater: 
none
Batteries: 
UB 12750 sealed 12volt
Charger: 
Minn-kota 4 10amp marine
Controller: 
logicsystems 700 amp
Conversion time and cost: 
80 hours 2300 to convert
Curb weight: 
est 450
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Lighting: 
36 volt headlamp, 12 volt tail, resistive
Miles as an EV: 
no odometer, est 300
Motor: 
Advanced dc A89-4001
Number of wheels: 
4
Seating capacity: 
2
Top speed: 
40 mph
Typical range: 
13
Watt-hours per mile: 
350
Location: 
Indiana
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My Bionx Modified

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Batteries: 
A123 w/ bms 36 amphr 2 battery setup
Conversion time and cost: 
$7,500, 6 Months
Curb weight: 
2 batts 60lbs Single front batt 42lbs.
Lighting: 
HID niterider
Method for 12v system: 
DC - DC convertors 3 onboard.
Miles as an EV: 
12,000 miles
Motor: 
rear
Top speed: 
35 mph
Typical range: 
100-175 miles
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homemade-dual suspension.

IMG_0013.JPGIMG_0014.JPGThis is my 1st homemade bicycle.
I made this bicycle so that I would have a suitable entry level platform to learn and grow on eg, differant batteries,motors ect.
the frame is 19mm chrome-moly tube 1.2mm wall...frame and swingarm weigh 5.8kg...140mm travel bomber front suspension,manitou 4way rear shock.
400w hub motor with 48v-12a 16 cell headway pack.

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Bionx bike mod

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Batteries: 
A123
Conversion time and cost: 
200 hours, $7500
Curb weight: 
61 lbs.
Lighting: 
Niterider
Method for 12v system: 
DC-DC convertor
Miles as an EV: 
12,000
Top speed: 
38 mph
Typical range: 
200 miles per charge
Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
System Voltage: 
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Bike I built from scratc , rebuilt old bike from the bare frame up .

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Top speed: 
24 mph
Typical range: 
I petal assist and go 10 miles and use hardly any battery power
Watt-hours per mile: 
Adverage 5 miles per watt Hr Depends on speed
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Gelato electric Moped

Batteries: 
Tempest 4x12v 12ah
Controller: 
completely un-marked
Drivetrain: 
direct
Heater: 
the sun
Motor: 
350W hub
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1.5
Top speed: 
Manufacturer says 20mph, the street sign says 16mph
Typical range: 
Manufacturer says 20Mi, my longest is 7mi
Watt-hours per mile: 
I don't know
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hi-tech_mod-monkey's picture

2010 XB-700Li

Color: Black / Silver
Model Year: 2010

Likes:

  • Classified as a bicycle with an electric motor assist when the peddles are attached (so registration not required).
  • Goes faster than manufacturer states on website.
  • Looks awesome!
  • Works great for getting me to and from work, and for short errands

Dislikes:

Batteries: 
26 Lightweight Lithium LiMn04 Ion. 48 Volt DC. 20 Amp-hours.
Charger: 
54.60 +/- 0.2 V
Controller: 
Sealed & Water / Rain Proof
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock. 2 to 4 hours to remove from shipping crate and to assemble
Curb weight: 
194Lbs
Drivetrain: 
Rear hub motor
Heater: 
None
Lighting: 
Stock lighting
Method for 12v system: 
Don't know at the moment
Miles as an EV: 
unknown at the moment
Motor: 
700 Watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2 riders
Top speed: 
47 KPH (approx. 29 MPH)
Typical range: 
Manufacturer: 25 - 35 miles per charge.
Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
Location: 
Lincoln, MA
Vehicle maker: 
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Mystery Electric Scooter - goes up Mountain Highway on 500W

surf for VANCOUVER MYSTERY ELECTRIC SCOOTER -- the only scooter with video on Hollyburn Country Club, at the upper levels of Vancouver's mountainous North Shore. No "regular" 500W electric scooter can do this; not even the Ego-2 has gotten up this high.

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Electric Scooter/Bike Hybrid

This is a little project im putting together....I can't wait to finish it. I took a Panterra freedom and drilled the rim and mounted it into a bike wheel. Pretty cool. I haven't tested it but I'm going to see how fast it will go when im done. Any advice will be helpful. I have been taking photo's so here are a few to show case the weird bike/scooter thing.
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Batteries: 
4 12volt 20 amp/hour
Charger: 
48 volt 15charger online (fixed it)
Controller: 
See Picture
Conversion time and cost: 
it took about a month so far and a 150bucks for scooter and parts.
Curb weight: 
280 even with my wight
Drivetrain: 
scooter hub motor
Heater: 
non
Lighting: 
I'm thinking of connecting a set of lights running to the controller.
Method for 12v system: 
left out the lights
Miles as an EV: 
umm haven't yet
Motor: 
I think 48volts
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
not sure any ideas?
Typical range: 
I dunno
Watt-hours per mile: 
I dunno
Location: 
Tucson/AZ
Vehicle Type: 
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RAPTURE~! (means to be carried away)

Stretch cruiser limo, sla setup right now, putting LiFePo4 together. Draws over 100 amps on fast start, pulling 4000 watts, levels to a good 1500 to 2000 watt ride at about 27mph for miles and miles. I weigh 400 lbs! Special note on the tires, Specialized control compound 2.2, have capacity for 100 psi with fantastic urban tread! Not pretty, but WOW! What an awsome tire!

Lighting: 
H4 LED Motorcycle headlight LED Motorcycle tail light
Batteries: 
Tempest SLA's now Ping LiFePo4's later
Charger: 
Stock
Controller: 
Infineon 48/72v 45a
Conversion time and cost: 
one month, $2,000
Curb weight: 
= /< 100#
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor
Location: 
Saaint Petersburg, Florida
Miles as an EV: 
150
Motor: 
Golden 48v 1000w
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
29mph
Typical range: 
17 miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
79
Method for 12v system: 
48v Pack with stepdown to 12v box.
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