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ERider 5000w

Well I heard yesterday that my 5000w scooter has been picked up at Melbourne and should be delivered to my home in Canberra this Friday may 6th!

my new scooter

Recently i just bought a new sccoter. firstly i want to purchase a small size, but my brother didn't agree with me, say that it can't keep up with my body...
150cc Moped Scooters
http://www.motosportsmax.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&cPath=76&products_id=348, MP150-M 150cc Moped Scooters,

with a complimentary helmet, aha , generally i am satisfied with it.
need some time to see more..good or bad

My Gelato

I've been looking for an electric scooter for about a year. I wanted to start with something inexpensive to see how it goes before spending any real money. Seeing that spring is here and the price of gas is going up again it was time to make the jump. My requirements were: it had to cost less than $400, did not require special registration or licensing, and had pedals.

New Baja Motorsports BE-500 Scooter, 145 miles so far...

Hello,
I am new to all this electric stuff and really having a grand time with it. I have put 145 miles on my BE-500 so far, and only seem to be having a problem with the charger and charger light not going from red to green to let me know when it is fully charged. I would like to meet others who have the same bike and learn more about how I may care for and keep up my fun little ride. Open to any ideas. Thanks a ton!
-Ethan Tudor W.
www.imdb.com KEYWORD:Ethan Tudor W.

currie throttle can't handle the volts

Hey guys, My project scooter is a schwinn s-350, stock controller, stock diagnostic throttle from currie, and stock 24 volt motor, Got 3, 12v 12Ah batteries and I'm trying to run the thing at 36 volts but when I turn it on the lights on the throttle just blink and won't go anywyere, is there any way I can just bypass what seems to be that safety voltage level without buying a new throttle? thanks

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Modifying my Piaggio Boxer mo-ped Part 2

(Originally posted: July 6, 2008)

Well, I went to Tractor Supply Center (TSC) today and all they had were imperial sized pulleys (1/2" and 3/4" bores). The motor that I have must be a metric size one because the 1/2" hub pulleys were too large. I bought some 1/2" hub pulleys anyway since I wanted to see if it would work as a proof of concept (and just around how much more power I'll need).

Now I just have to make a mount for the motor. I think I'll just use a piece of 2x6 wood that I have laying around and make a simple mount.

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