Need new motors? break a chain? brakes not work? swapping out pinions or sprockets?

Moderators: robnewyork, bassiclyLouDog, gameboy

By detrailers
#25137
that is why I posted the link asking it that was the correct upgrade motor
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By zen_racer
#25139
define "correct" ...?

every member here will have their own upgrade preferences, so listing your specific goals and limitations with this build would go a long way towards generating helpful answers.
By detrailers
#25142
Others here have done the unite 350w motor, wondering if this is the one that people are using.
By detrailers
#25150
Ordered my 350w motor which looks like it can be installed with minimal modification. Looking forward to it.
By detrailers
#25153
I did. I have a 550w rated
with hall throttle from Fast Scooters
By detrailers
#25156
yep, had it for a year, but dont run my scooter too much which is why it still runs...Ordered an 80t sprocket that im doing with this upgrade so should get some good results....
By detrailers
#25214
I put it in last night. Easy mod... Haven't had a chance to test yet
By detrailers
#25221
robnewyork wrote:the 80 tooth i assume, u will like it and wanna go 36v right after
No I installed 350w last night...it actually came one tooth bigger so just a quick put around the driveway didn't notice much difference. Putting the 80t on tonight. Very interested in the 36v upgrade. I have an upgraded 500w controller from Fast scooters, do I need to upgrade that and if so could I keep my throttle that came with the controller?
By robnewyork
#25224
u need a hall throttle, 36v controller, and 36v charger.. the 80 tooth will make the acceleration awesome but top speed will be 10.7, to get back to 15 u need 36v conversion..ill send all links to parts.
By robnewyork
#25225
go with 3 larger batteries off ebay , a generic 36v controller and hall throttle to match, then u need a 36v charger and should be doing 15mph reliably..heres links

charger
http://www.ebay.com/itm/36V-1-5A-Batter ... XQjWtRQCPQ this matches ur stock charge port

batteries
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Mighty-Max-3-Pa ... Sw0HVWBXbJ these will make her run time the same as stock

controller
http://www.ebay.com/itm/Durable-36V-500 ... C2&vxp=mtr
all labeled and absolutely mindless, hook throttle charger and batteries easily (the plasic conectors will mostly all match

throttle

http://www.ebay.com/itm/24v-36v-Electri ... Sw3xJVWkDm
simple 3 wire will plug right into the controller.. 2 hrs work and 115 bux later ur done man , no instructions needed, everything is labeled or color coded..
By robnewyork
#25226
u wont notice a difference by just adding the 350watt, the amps from the controller is the same.. these parts listed will have u a high torque 15mph e300 with the same range as stock.. how u will fit the 3 12ah batteries no one cares just do it.
By codeman
#25227
Most scooters use a hall effect throttle. You can adapt most hall effect throttles to work with most any controller that needs one. The controller has three wires. A power wire (5V), a ground wire, and a throttle output wire. The output varies 0V for no throttle to 5V for full throttle. I used the stock razor throttles on my buggies, I just had to figure out which wire did what.
By detrailers
#25228
robnewyork wrote:u wont notice a difference by just adding the 350watt, the amps from the controller is the same.. these parts listed will have u a high torque 15mph e300 with the same range as stock.. how u will fit the 3 12ah batteries no one cares just do it.
Oh I beg do differ... I just rode it up a hill that the 250w always struggled with. It went up much easier, and that is with the 11 t sprocket on it. Keep in mind I do have an upgraded controller. I did switch to 12v 10ah batts last night too so maybe that has something to with the better performance he but everything I have read says the bigger ah batts don't increase performance just run time
By detrailers
#25231
robnewyork wrote:when i mean speed, if u wanna go 20 cool, 30 will cost a few bux, 40 is easy , above that is still easy but costly..
40 on one of these OMG!!

really just want it to pull me effortlessly up hills Im wondering now if I add the 80t if it will be too tall geared..if I went one tooth bigger on the front I guess its more like a 70t

Thanks for all your help, this is what make the forums so invaluable!
By robnewyork
#25232
buddy crashed e200 at 40 , thank god he had helmet.the 80 tooth will solve ur issue ( especially with new batteries) but u may get bored with top speed.ive hit 41.6 on a razor, buddy 42 , theyre not made for it except maybe the mx500
By detrailers
#25236
robnewyork wrote:buddy crashed e200 at 40 , thank god he had helmet.the 80 tooth will solve ur issue ( especially with new batteries) but u may get bored with top speed.ive hit 41.6 on a razor, buddy 42 , theyre not made for it except maybe the mx500
yep, I got the 80t yesterday (My GAWD its HUGE) and I think it will wait to use it until I go to 36v. I really like how the scooter is now with the 10ah batts and the 350w motor, It lasts a long time, pulls me up hills that the 250w struggled with and has good top speed. Happy (for now)
Afraid if i put the 80t on now this thing will wind out quickly...i might try it, however it looks like it will conflict with some upper frame points on the e300. I go to alot of car shows which is very low speed so maybe try it on at the upcoming cars and coffee in Dallas....
By detrailers
#25241
do you think peep keep the tensioner when going with the 80t? probably not, seems like to radical a bend in the chain
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