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E-Sprit Fury (Erider Thunder 5kW)

Originally mounted Kelly KBL72201 was too weak regarding startup current, replaced with better suited Kelly KEB72801X to allow starting on any slope it can climb at 30km/h.
Controller mounted on 2mm thick aluminum plate instead of steel for better heat dissipation.

Grin Technologies Cycle Analyst HC with 200A / 0,5mOhm shunt added for proper monitoring and logging of energy use.

Batteries: 
GBS LiFePO4, 40Ah, 24 cells, Emsiso BMS7205
Charger: 
GBS/Elite Power solutions EMC 72-10, max 87V, 10A
Controller: 
Kelly KEB72801X, 140 cont./350 peak A, 72V
Conversion time and cost: 
Stock: 6 150.00 € including active C-BMS that exploded some capacitors on a hot day...
Curb weight: 
149kg / 328lbs
Drivetrain: 
Permanent magnet synchroneous hub motor, operated in BLDC-type block commutation (loud)
Heater: 
120W grid-powered battery heating, hand guards
Lighting: 
35W Halogen projector headlights (low and high beam)
Method for 12v system: 
DC/DC-convertor, 300W
Miles as an EV: 
5 100 / 8 200km
Motor: 
ZAP-Erider 5/8kW hub motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1.5 (only 134kg / 295lbs payload)
Top speed: 
48mph / 78km/h
Typical range: 
22...25mls / 35...40km
Watt-hours per mile: 
85 ( 54Wh/km)
Location: 
Southern Germany, in use all year (including winter)
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GSX-E

My bike is a 1993 Suzuki GSX-R, converted to 100% electric.

The pic below shows a D&D series motor.

Soon switching to AC-20, Curtis 7601.

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Batteries: 
GBS LiFePO4, 76V, 60Ah
Charger: 
Elite Power Solutions
Controller: 
Curtis 1238-7601
Conversion time and cost: 
1 year, $8000 with series motor
Curb weight: 
420 lb
Drivetrain: 
Single reduction chain drive
Heater: 
Leather jacket
Location: 
Boulder, CO
Method for 12v system: 
100W DC-DC converter
Motor: 
HPEVS AC-20
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
70 mph (with 4:1 reduction)
Typical range: 
40-60 mi
Watt-hours per mile: 
100-120
Lighting: 
Harley V-rod headlight with custom bracket, customized LED flashlights for tail and turn signals
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Xtreme BugE

Batteries: 
Odessy agm will chage to Life-po 80-100ah by April 2010
Charger: 
Quick charge
Controller: 
Curtis 1236 ac controller
Conversion time and cost: 
tbd
Curb weight: 
tbd
Drivetrain: 
Custom belt drive w/Gates Poly chain
Heater: 
na
Lighting: 
12v mc halogen
Method for 12v system: 
aux 12v batt
Miles as an EV: 
aprox. 30mi
Motor: 
Professional golf cars AC 72volt
Number of wheels: 
3
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
70mph
Typical range: 
80-100
Watt-hours per mile: 
tbd
Location: 
Takoma Park, Md
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BrammoBrian's Enertia

My Brammo Enertia Limited Edition #7 of 30.

Visit: www.brammo.com

Batteries: 
Valence, 6 x U1-XP modules, 76.8V x 40Ah
Charger: 
Brammo 850W on-board
Controller: 
Sinusoidal PWM - 96V peak
Conversion time and cost: 
Not a conversion, $7,195 at Best Buy! (10% Federal tax credit included)
Curb weight: 
324 lbs.
Drivetrain: 
Direct Drive - Chain
Heater: 
none
Lighting: 
Hella H3 headlamp
Method for 12v system: 
Sevcon DC-DC converter
Miles as an EV: 
600
Motor: 
13kW Permanent Magnet AC
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
63 mph
Typical range: 
30-40 miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
74 Wh/mile
Location: 
Ashland, OR
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小帅哥

The bike pictured on the far left, directly underneath the "V is for voltage forums" title.

Location: 
Ningbo, China (1.5 hours from Shanghai)
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
150kg
Top speed: 
80 kph. Yes, 80 kph.
Typical range: 
50 km full charge
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GPR-S

DOT certified

Batteries: 
20 HiPower 50AH
Charger: 
Prototype BMS- on board
Controller: 
Curtis 1236
Curb weight: 
280 pounds
Drivetrain: 
Chain drive
Heater: 
None
Lighting: 
DOT standard
Miles as an EV: 
50
Motor: 
AC-15
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2
Top speed: 
80+
Typical range: 
40-60 Miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
35 Amps at 30 MPH
Method for 12v system: 
DC to DC convertor
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Electric Boogie

Lighting: 
LED integrated tail light, stock headlight and turn signals
Batteries: 
24 Hipower 50+ Ah LiFP
Controller: 
Curtis AC15 mounted using transformer plate of a 500 kW Satcon inverter
Conversion time and cost: 
man, a lot of both
Curb weight: 
not yet known
Drivetrain: 
Mounted where transmition was using 100 year old diamond plate 11 t drive to 68 t driven
Location: 
Oakland, CA
Miles as an EV: 
0
Motor: 
custom wound 3 phase AC induction by Hight Performance Golf Cart
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
estimated 80 mph
Typical range: 
estimated at 30 miles
Method for 12v system: 
DC-DC converter
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HONDA CBR 600 F3 CONVERSION

My first road legal high voltage system. I wanted a sport bike and worked very hard to make it undetectable as electric. This required very complicated battery racks, and most of my hours were spent locating and fabricating a battery rack. All factory body work was retained, and very few modifications to the body work. I sold my race car, and built 2 EV's. (The CBR and the electric Kawasaki 4 wheeler.)

Batteries: 
(6) C&D TECHNOLOGIES 12V SLA AMG 75AH
Charger: 
ONBOARD: (2) POWERSTREAM 36V 3.0 AMP. HOME: (6) B&D 2/4/6 BANK CHARGING
Controller: 
KELLY KHD09600 600 AMP 96 VOLT
Conversion time and cost: 
200 HRS ACTUAL WORK, 4 MONTHS RESEARCH, $3025 AFTER SELLING OFF ICE PARTS
Curb weight: 
575 WITH 6 BATTERIES
Drivetrain: 
DIRECT DRIVE 13/56 GEARING
Heater: 
HA!
Lighting: 
ALL LED EXCEPT HEADLIGHT
Method for 12v system: 
72V-12V 300WATT DC-DC FROM KELLY CONTROLS
Miles as an EV: 
75
Motor: 
D&D ES-15A
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
2
Top speed: 
60 @ 72 VOLTS
Typical range: 
25 MILES
Watt-hours per mile: 
TBD
Location: 
RI
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