Well, I'm almost all but finished with my project. I did a quick and dirty hookup of the electrical to see how it works. This thing is awesome. I'm going to clean up the wires a bit, replace the deck and seat and...oh yeah....hook the breaks back up
. I will post pics and a vid once I have everything together for a nice clean look. BTW, I did this with the intention of no welding since I didn't own a welder and wanted to avoid the cost of buying one (more money for scooter parts
). This is my first mod and things went pretty well. Only had to make a couple of extra trips to hardware store and one extra order to tnc for a chain breaker, connectors and 40 amp DC circuit breaker that I forgot on original order. I'll go ahead and list the parts for those interested.
- 750W Motor - 36 Volts with Mounting Bracket (Style: MY1020-B)
- 48V Controller (Model LB37) Yi-Yun Brand Controller
- (4) 9ah SLA's
- Twist Throttle Cable with 48 Volt LED Meter
- 48 Volt INLINE Charger FAN COOLED!
- INLINE Charging Port (3 Pin)
- 40 Amp DC Circuit Breaker
- #25 Chain (70 Links)
- Chain Breaker Tool For #25 and 8mm (T8F) Chain
- Various connectors
To my knowledge I think this is my complete list (minus a 13tooth motor sprocket, 65 and 85 tooth rear sprocket). Speaking of, what can I expect by changing the sprockets? I have a pretty steep inclined hill on the way to my sisters house. The stock sprockets have no problem climbing this hill with my 210lbs frame.