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Gendronw's picture

Luyuan bike converted XB-600 motor

Drivetrain: 
hub motor
Batteries: 
2x 48v batteries pack plugged in parralel
Charger: 
Luyuan 48v charger
Controller: 
Xtreme XB-600 controller
Conversion time and cost: 
about 70hours
Lighting: 
12v incandescent
Miles as an EV: 
9km including one big big hill
Motor: 
600w
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
25km/h
Method for 12v system: 
48 to 12v converter
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XB 700 Li

Batteries: 
26 Lithium Ion Phosphate.
Location: 
Springfield, Oregon.
Method for 12v system: 
I use a 12v SLA battery for the onboard stereo
Miles as an EV: 
Have over 200 miles currently
Motor: 
48 V brushless hub motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
Could do 2 but not legally in my state.
Top speed: 
19.5 ish
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x-treme

Location: 
Portland/Oregon
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Gumby's Ride

Heater: 
Solar :) drive fast for AC
Batteries: 
48V 20AH Sealed lead acid
Charger: 
Charger Input AC 100 – 240V, Output DC 48V, BM-online
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock
Curb weight: 
72 kg
Drivetrain: 
Hub
Lighting: 
standard, stock
Method for 12v system: 
dc/dc convertor, stock
Motor: 
500w
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2
Top speed: 
32km/h
Typical range: 
50km
Location: 
Sarnia,Ontario,Canada
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GoodScoot

Heater: 
-
Batteries: 
4 x GreenSaver Silicone Power 12 V 38 AH
Charger: 
GreenSaver 5-stage Green Battery charger model HB 48050 (48 V 5 A)
Controller: 
JH A48150-HR1 (Chinese)
Conversion time and cost: 
New EUR 1495, got this for EUR 950.
Drivetrain: 
in wheel
Location: 
Amsterdam, NL
Miles as an EV: 
550 (900 km)
Motor: 
1500 W brushless DC
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
52 km/h on the meter, not GPS checked yet, only with freshly loaded batteries.
Typical range: 
30 km
Method for 12v system: 
unknown
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Xtreme 700Li

We at SolutionsGem specialize in Lithium Powered Vehicles. We want to offer means of transportation to people that are looking to supplement or replace their cars.
Lithium technology is finally becoming affordable and reliable for everyone. We personally use this vehicles to replace 98% of our transportation needs. We only use our Hybrid Car for long trips or when the weather is not fit for riding a two wheel vehicle.
Our 700Li is a classified as a power assisted bicycle or moped. Because electric bicycles have a pedal system (even though they do not need to be used) there is no need for a drivers license, it does not have to be registered with the DMV, and if you follow the bicycle laws you should be able to ride this bike any place bicycles are allowed to operate. (Per Federal Electric Bicycle Law H.R. 727)There is no need for insurance of any kind.
The best part, forget about gas. It only costs pennies to recharge. Please keep in mind that electric vehicles are famous for low maintenance costs. We have saved around $250 in vehicle replaced expenses a month. Insurance cost, gas cost and maintenance cost are all gone. The only things you will have to maintain are your tires and brakes. Batteries will last about 7 to 10 years. Compared to SLA batteries that is a huge improvement.

This is not a Toy Bicycle. It is always a good idea to wear a helmet and bright colored clothing. Unfortunately, as regular car drivers, we are not yet used to share the road with scooters, bicycles and motorcycles. Extra care must be observed while driving. Wearing safety reflective clothing when driving, specially while driving at night is highly recommended. The bright colored vests are available at any hardware store.

We at SolutionsGem specialize in customer service before and after the sale.

We look forward to the opportunity to serve you.

www.solutionsgem.com

209.250.0307

Heater: 
No availble
Batteries: 
Unknown Brand, 26 Lightweight Lithium LiMn04 Ion (7-10 Year Battery Life)
Charger: 
Lithium Charger 2 Amp 157 Watts while charging. About .75 Kiliwatt hour very time I charge it. Unknown Brand
Controller: 
48 Volts Unknown Brand
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock vehicle. Cost $1700 with installed accesories included. Scooter cost is $1650 delivered to your door.
Curb weight: 
150
Drivetrain: 
Gearless Rear Hub Motor and fuctional pedals connected to rear hub by a chain.
Lighting: 
48 volt lighting system. Soon to be convertet to all LED high intensity for lower energy consumption and better visibility.
Method for 12v system: 
Dc to Dc converter
Miles as an EV: 
200 miles as 08/14/2008
Motor: 
700 Watt Brushless Gearless Rear Hub Motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2 Comfortably
Top speed: 
22 MPH
Typical range: 
80 miles
Location: 
California
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EVT-4000e

I bought my first electric moped and I enjoy it very much

Batteries: 
4x50 SLA
Charger: 
standard 220V plug 400W
Curb weight: 
127kg
Location: 
Nahariya, Israel
Miles as an EV: 
25
Motor: 
HUB motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2
Top speed: 
60km/h
Typical range: 
45-60km
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Luyuan Condor Electric (E-Bike) Scooter

I bought this E-Bike to replace my Mountain Bike as my main commuting vehicle as well as a way to cut down on using the local transit. It has so far surpassed my expectations as far as performance goes. I can climb steep hills with the lower gear without killing my battery pack. The batteries are in a plastic case that is held in place by two keylocks. And is removeable so I can charge it at home and at work. Lots of storage spaces. Powerful geared rear hub motor. It also has Electronic Rear Braking which when applied can recover some of the electrical energy lost from braking. I also added a Gorilla Motorcycle Alarm System, seperate 2nd Motion Detection Alarm (for security backup) and a GPS Receiver and a 12V Accessory Power Outlet. The 12V is provided by a seperate 12V 3A SLA Battery I put in the Glove Compartment which I keep charged with a 12V 1watt Solar Panel when the scooter is parked or by a Motor Master 12V 1.5A Smart Float Mode Charger by plugging it into AC power. Also have a Bell wireless bicycle computer so I can keep track of time, speed, distance and temperature as I ride. I also added a FIAMM Freeway Blaster 12V car horn under the headlight fairing to let CAGE drivers know "I am here" when needed. I recently did a shunt mod for more torque, for better from dead stop startup performance. It is about the same size of a Vespa Scooter so you know it's size. It is very comfortable to ride and I feel it is worth every penny I spent on it.

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Ken Finch

Batteries: 
4 pieces Luyuan SLA 12V 20A, seperate 12V 3A SLA for 12V accessories and Alarm System.
Charger: 
Luyuan BMO 48V 3.0A Intelligent Charger
Controller: 
Luyuan 48V 25A with EABS
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock, $1545.00 plus taxes.
Curb weight: 
187 lbs.
Drivetrain: 
Luyuan Geared Hub Motor on the rear wheel
Heater: 
None
Lighting: 
Hi/Low Headlight, 6X left/right Signal Lights, Hi/Low Tail Light and Control Panel Back Light.
Method for 12v system: 
Seperate 12V 3A SLA in the Glove Compartment for the Alarm System and the GPS Receiver and 12V Accessory Power Outlet. I keep in the trunk a 12V Air Compressor as well as tools and a tubeless tire repair kit.
Miles as an EV: 
40
Motor: 
Luyuan 450 watt Geared Hub Motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2
Top speed: 
32KMH or 20MPH
Typical range: 
60KM or 40Miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
1KW of electricity used for every 100KM driven
Location: 
North York, Ontario, Canada
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derweissengel's picture

Voltfahrrad

Batteries: 
2 x Powerizer 25.9V 21AH LiPo (51.8V 21AH)
Charger: 
Unknown Chinese 3A 29.4V Li Ion
Controller: 
Crystalyte 4840 (48V 40A)
Conversion time and cost: 
$1200 for motor/controller kit, $1100 for batteries, $300 for beefed-up custom front fork, and another $500 in general bike/component upgrades
Curb weight: 
~70 lb
Drivetrain: 
Front wheel
Heater: 
Crystalyte 4840 ;)
Lighting: 
B&M 4DToplight LED taillight
Method for 12v system: 
none
Miles as an EV: 
0
Motor: 
Crystalyte 5304
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
TBD
Typical range: 
TBD
Watt-hours per mile: 
TBD
Location: 
North Andover MA
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Dream Ryder by Volt Canada

Batteries: 
SLA, 48v/22AH
Charger: 
48V, BMS, Smart charger
Controller: 
600watt, 30A, 48V
Curb weight: 
209lb
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor
Lighting: 
LED
Method for 12v system: 
48V-12V Converter
Miles as an EV: 
as of Aug 25 2008 300km
Motor: 
500 watt
Number of wheels: 
2
Top speed: 
32kph
Typical range: 
Claim 60 to 80km, unproven yet
Location: 
Oshawa, Ontario, Canada
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