He put it on the charger before I got there and it all worked. I took it home rod it a couple times up and down the street. I then took off top plate and took out the lead acid deep cells with the push button breaker in between since they are in series for 24v. I cut off the battery input plug and soldered up a deans plug.
I’ve been in RC airplanes and helicopters the past 4 years so I have decent knowledge about electrics. My LiPo collection is (4) 6s 3600mAh 30C, (6) 4s 2650mAh 25+C, and bunch 3s 2100-2250 25+C batteries. I stumbled on the idea of LiPo powered scooter on youtube and that’s what got me interested in playing with one. So I’ve done a little research beforehand.
The only left over charged LiPo’s I had from flying the other day was a couple 3s 2250mAh 45C thunderpowers. So I used a series adapter into a watt meter then into the scooter. It was noticeable faster and accelerated a little better. I ran it with the top off and my feet on the side so I could see the watt meter while riding. Average pull is 15-22 amps and 400 watts. It was hard to look down and drive to see what peak was but the most I saw was 26amps and 550ish watts.
My agenda is to clean it up first. Then next I would like to change the gearing to get more torque with acceleration but I don’t mind loosing a little off the top speed since it does fine with me only weighing 120lbs. Also curious if I can over volt it to 8s since I already have the packs to do that. Just don’t know how much the stock equipment can handle it. For fun all 4 of my 6s packs fit and I could wire them up to make a 6s 14400mAh pack in parallel.