61-72 volts

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A compact, reasonably light weight single-occupant vehicle

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Batteries: 
various 6x12v 12ah
Controller: 
Crystalyte 35a 36v to 72v
Lighting: 
27 bright LED headlight, LED stop and directional signals
Conversion time and cost: 
approx $2000.00 to build prototype
Drivetrain: 
Hub motor mounted to a 16" rim
Curb weight: 
210lbs
Top speed: 
30mph
Heater: 
no
Location: 
PARMA, OHIO
Motor: 
Crystalyte 404
Number of wheels: 
3
Seating capacity: 
1
Miles as an EV: 
60+
Watt-hours per mile: 
40+
Typical range: 
15miles at 75%
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Wookie's picture

1990 El Ninja 750

I live in a very rural area so I built with range in mind. That is why I decided to go with lithium. I don't think I could have gotten the range I needed with lead acid. As we all know lithium is more expensive and somewhat more complex but I am glad I spent the extra money to go that route. My only regret is that I scrimped on the doner as I had to spend alot of time and money to get her into shape.

Batteries: 
20 Thundersky 60 ah LFP
Charger: 
Cheap Yang Ming on board charger, BCO 6006BL balancing charger
Controller: 
Alltrax 7234
Lighting: 
Explained in method for 12v system:
Conversion time and cost: 
About six to eight months. Ispent alot of time fixing up doner and waiting for batteries. Cost was about $6,000.00.
Drivetrain: 
Direct chain drive, 14t drive 60t driven
Curb weight: 
Not sure but I believe it is lighter than stock.
Location: 
Greenville Ca.
Heater: 
California sun
Miles as an EV: 
About 1,500 EV miles
Number of wheels: 
2
Motor: 
Perm 132
Typical range: 
Effective range of about 50 miles. I road 60 miles but just barely made it home. My average ride is about 35 miles at 45 to 50 mph and I use about 20 amp hours per ride.
Method for 12v system: 
For now I use stock battery for lights. Headlight and running lights are not hooked up yet. Contactor is run on stock 12v battery.
Watt-hours per mile: 
need to calculate
Seating capacity: 
Two
Top speed: 
65 mph
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RMartin EVD

Location: 
Colorado Springs, CO
Miles as an EV: 
350
Batteries: 
BB 50ah
Top speed: 
58MPH downhill, 52 MPH on the level
Typical range: 
30 miles / driven without regard to speed/acceleration/hills
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Green, Mean XB-600

Batteries: 
4 12v 20 amp, 1 additional 12v 8Amp, soon to be 1 additional 12v 14amp
Drivetrain: 
Hub Motor + Pedal Start
Charger: 
1 stock 48v and 1 12v digital charger for additional 12v SLA 8Amp battery
Conversion time and cost: 
$1000 new plus a radioshack 12v 8amp SLA for 35bucks, 12ga wire and some connectors, already had solder iron.
Curb weight: 
Feels like 150lbs to me
Controller: 
Standard with extra lg. paperclip Shunt-Mod
Number of wheels: 
2
Heater: 
n/a
Method for 12v system: 
DC/DC step-down convertor rated to at least 60v stock
Miles as an EV: 
So far about 6 miles total
Motor: 
600 Watt Brushless
Lighting: 
Headlight High/Low beam, front&rear turn signal with audible beep, brake light+reflectors too.
Top speed: 
31-32mph
Seating capacity: 
1-2
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LinkOfHyrule's picture

PackCycle 2.0 (PCX)

I'm too lazy to redo all the documentation I put on the Endless-Sphere here:

http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=3&t=4102

A few pics!

The BD36 after it's been ground smooth, sanded, and clear-coated.
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Batteries: 
Random four (4.5Ah) pulled from my skateboards and two 5Ah PowerSonics. I can get all of about 1.5-2Ah out of them.
Charger: 
Pair of random SLA chargers.
Heater: 
It's like 90+ degrees around here lately WTF do I want a heater for?
Controller: 
Modified Yi-Yun YK-42 (I think) with 4110 FETs
Curb weight: 
30lbs sounds about right.
Conversion time and cost: 
Like $300 and too much time.
Top speed: 
31.5mph
Drivetrain: 
It's a hub motor. The drivetrain is non-existant. :p
Location: 
The ghetto.
Motor: 
Wilderness Energy BD36
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
One
Miles as an EV: 
Um, like 30 so far, LOL.
Watt-hours per mile: 
No idea since I can't use the Doc Wattson anymore, but I'd venture a guess of around 20-25.
Typical range: 
2 miles ROFL
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Far's Ebike In Progress



Gotta Love My Winter Tires I DO. :) Nokian Freddie's Revenz }:) http://www.suomityres.fi/sw336.html

Batteries: 
6 Dewalt 9360's 66V
Lighting: 
2 Mr12 led's Up from for Spot lights and 2 Luxeon Rebels at 540 lumen each ;)
Charger: 
Dewalt Charger
Controller: 
72V 50A
Motor: 
5304 Crystalyte
Seating capacity: 
1 and Burley D'Lite Kids Trailer for Gear and Visibility
Method for 12v system: 
12V 1.4Ah mounted in the Frame
Number of wheels: 
2
Location: 
Anchorage, Alaska
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Work in progress

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1981 Yamaha 650 XJ Conversion

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66 volt bobber

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Batteries: 
2 DeWalt 36 volt lithiums in series
Charger: 
DeWalt for now
Controller: 
Crystalyte 72/40
Lighting: 
none
Conversion time and cost: 
3 months, mostly due to money. Which was about 1200 or so.
Drivetrain: 
Hub motor
Curb weight: 
70lbs. give or take
Location: 
Tinton Falls, N.J.
Heater: 
n/a
Miles as an EV: 
only rode 4 times before controller fried
Number of wheels: 
2
Motor: 
Crystalyte 5303
Typical range: 
n/a
Method for 12v system: 
none
Watt-hours per mile: 
n/a
Seating capacity: 
One
Top speed: 
36 mph
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Neodymics New Electric Cyclemotor

Neodymics New Electric Cyclemotor includes several innovations which may be of interest to others developing electric bicycles.

Instant installation and removal allows use of your existing bicycle for longer and more otherwise strenuous trips.
http://www.neodymics.com/installation.htm

A half-cross spoke pattern results in a strong 16 inch wheel using a standard rim and hub motor. http://www.neodymics.com/drivetrain.htm

Batteries: 
(4) Stock DeWalt DC9360, 72 Volts 4.4 AHr total for series parallel combination
Charger: 
(4) Stock DeWalt DC9000, 36 volt, 1 hr charge
Drivetrain: 
Complete intrgrated drive with suspension, battery, control and quick release clamps to replace your front wheel in 30 seconds.
Controller: 
Crystalyte 72 V, 20 A
Conversion time and cost: 
Conversion time once built is 30 seconds. Cost to build was about $2K, excluding NRE.
Location: 
Madison, WI
Curb weight: 
69 Lb
Motor: 
Crystalyte 406/409
Number of wheels: 
1
Typical range: 
10 to 20 miles
Miles as an EV: 
500+
Seating capacity: 
2 with Trail a Bike and a youngster. Can also tote saddle bags to carry chargers, books, or groceries.
Top speed: 
27 Mph
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