Small seated scooter

Seated scooter that can possibly be converted to a stand-up scooter, can possibly be folded for carrying, and is smaller than the Vespa-type scooters.

Stretch Limo Scooter

Chopped 2 Ezip 1000s, welded together for a 'stretch limo'.
Doubled the battery packs, mated two plastic decks together
Cut the seat post and put new wide cushy seat low.
Turned handlebars around. All black and chrome.

Nuvinci developer kit, CVP transmission embedded within rear wheel, auto-shifting controller with custom shift maps.
CrystalFonts LED display

System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
before comments
KPT238's picture

EVT America R30 Electric Motorcycle scooter

2009 R30 Electric Motorcycle
Altering the classic retro style of our R models is unthinkable so the 2009 R30 looks almost identical to our prior R models. However, technically there are significant improvements. Here is a look at what is superior.
•The R30 has a 3000-Watt, three-phase, 60-Volt, Brushless Hub Motor built on a 10 Inch Rim and sports 10 Inch X 3.5, 6 ply DOT tires.
• color: Metallic Red
•The floorboard is an aluminum plated cover set over the area where the feet go and itself also covered with a thick customized floor rug.
•The range of the bike should exceed a 30-mile range at normal cruising speed when used with fully charged good working batteries.*
•The R30 has a kickstand, Kill Switch, rear shock absorbers, DOT compliant front and rear disc brakes.
•The dash contains a speedometer/odometer with both MPH and
•The R30 is powered by five (5) - 12V, 35AH sealed lead acid batteries customized for EVTAMERICA.
•Lighting systems is completely DOT compliant.
•Customized automatic 60V Chargers (they turn off automatically when the batteries are charged).

System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
before comments
kocacolakid60's picture

I need help with my charger. it keeps blinking red and green

Im looking for any info on the charging aspects of this scooter. Yes I am having a problem

Batteries: 
CB 12-12 (12v 12ah/20hr
Charger: 
QILI Power,24v
Location: 
Bakersfield,Ca.
Motor: 
KYD-6B
Number of wheels: 
2
Top speed: 
15mph
Typical range: 
17miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
System Voltage: 
Vehicle Type: 
before comments

Daughter #2's Razor e200s

This in my 9yr old daughter's scooter. After many hours of experience on a push scooter, she adapted well to this much heavier powered scooter. She learned to ride it standing up(without the seat installed), but now she prefers sitting down.

Batteries: 
Qty: 2/7ah
Charger: 
Razor 24w charger
Controller: 
Razor CT-201C6
Conversion time and cost: 
n/a
Curb weight: 
52lbs
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Heater: 
No
Lighting: 
No
Method for 12v system: 
No
Miles as an EV: 
~35
Motor: 
MY1016 200w
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
10-12mph
Typical range: 
8-10 miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
Location: 
Southeastern, Pa
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
before comments

Daughter #1's Ezip 750

This is my 11yr old daughter's scooter. She's been riding EVs(Power Wheels) since she was 3yrs old and is more than capable of safely riding this scooter. I plan on adding a rear drum brake to it in the near future.

Batteries: 
Qty: 2/12ah
Charger: 
Currie Smart Charger
Controller: 
stock Currie 24v w/gauge
Conversion time and cost: 
n/a
Curb weight: 
60lbs
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Heater: 
No
Lighting: 
No
Method for 12v system: 
No
Miles as an EV: 
~35 miles
Motor: 
Currie Tech. 750w
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
~15mph
Typical range: 
unknown(longest trip: 10mi)
Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
Location: 
Southeastern, Pa
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
before comments

My ST800E

This is my first small electric scooter. It was purchased with the intentions of riding with my kids. My plans are to bring it up to PA bicycle safety specs and add a rack and/or bags for carrying light cargo.

Batteries: 
Qty:3/12ah
Charger: 
Qili Power 36v
Controller: 
Yi Yun 36v w/gauge
Conversion time and cost: 
n/a
Curb weight: 
85lbs
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Heater: 
no
Lighting: 
integrated LED headlight(stock)
Method for 12v system: 
unknown
Miles as an EV: 
24 miles
Motor: 
MY1020 800w
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
fast enough for me
Typical range: 
longest trip to date: 5 miles
Watt-hours per mile: 
unknown
Location: 
Southeastern, PA
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
before comments

S-350 (Sasha)

Hopefully going to be upgrading this schwinn s350 I bought from craigslist (and named her Sasha) just to zip around downtown from my free parking spot to work *15-20 leisurely walk*. Plus just to tinker around.

Batteries: 
12v 10ah 20hr
Typical range: 
not far enough
Top speed: 
not fast enough
Number of wheels: 
2
Motor: 
stock 24v
Location: 
Charleston,SC
Drivetrain: 
Chain driven
Curb weight: 
probably too heavy
Conversion time and cost: 
???
Controller: 
stock 24v currie controller
Charger: 
stock
System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
before comments

The Crippler

We built this for fun. We ended up taking this to race tracks all over the country. Drifting, wheeling and jumping became a past time for our crew members. Mangling only a few. This probably got the same attention as to our factory Viper race cars.

Also, check out The Crippler in the snow on YouTube! Key words are crippler, snow, Lux Performance. Its crazy.

Thanks.

Heater: 
na
Batteries: 
20ah lead
Charger: 
20 amp 24v +2
Controller: 
alltrax 48v @535 amp
Conversion time and cost: 
20 hours to build. Cost: expensive but truly priceless.
Curb weight: 
148lbs
Drivetrain: 
6:1 chain
Lighting: 
Headlight
Method for 12v system: 
na
Miles as an EV: 
100+
Motor: 
early etek
Number of wheels: 
3
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
46 mph
Typical range: 
3 miles of poping wheelies or 15 miles at 12 mph
Location: 
Portland Or
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
before comments

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
System Voltage: 
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
before comments
Private Nukem's picture

The "eShark"

Got a great deal on this scooter so that my son has something fun to ride while waiting for the eRex to be complete. Built like a tank and tons of torque - climbs steep hills without hesitation even with me on it! Got me interested in building one for myself - but I want a 48V, 1200W powertrain and a bigger deck - might have to build my own chassis.

eShark1.jpg

eShark2.jpg

Heater: 
The sun
Batteries: 
3, 12V scooter batteries from China (stock)
Charger: 
Rad2Go 36V, 1.6 A charger
Controller: 
Stock Rad2Go E-36 controller
Conversion time and cost: 
$170 used off eBay (new they are ` $500); repair/update costs of ~ $40 so far
Curb weight: 
80#
Drivetrain: 
36V, 800W motor; 11t primary gear
Lighting: 
LED blinking tail lamp for conspicuity - working on LED headlight - both with independent batteries
Method for 12v system: 
None needed
Miles as an EV: 
> 100 miles
Motor: 
800 W Rad2Go stock
Number of wheels: 
2
Seating capacity: 
1
Top speed: 
20 mph
Typical range: 
8-10 miles
Location: 
SE Wisconsin
Vehicle maker: 
Vehicle Type: 
System Voltage: 
before comments

Use code"Solar22" and enjoy 12% off for all solar Kits.

Subscribe to RSS - Small seated scooter


Who's online

There are currently 0 users online.

Who's new

  • JCunnius
  • U156531
  • Shoney
  • Deadvx-1
  • OnTimeSport

Support V is for Voltage