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OwnerJames Beyer
Owner's Other EVs500 Watt Electric Scooter
500 Watt bike
2008 Phoenix Scooter
LocationLondon, England United Kingdom map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle2007 homemade
I constructed this scooter from the back end of a G.S. Moon scooter, the forks from a other electric scooter and some metal in my garage
MotorJX Motor Co., LTD MY Permanent Magnet DC
I know its in the My range but haven't found out the model number
Drivetrainbelt driven 1:15 ratio
Controller homemade
homemade on crocodile technology v.605 and PCB wizard
Batteries3, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
wired in series
System Voltage36 Volts
Charger homemade
You have too charge it up separately.
HeaterMother Nature
Top Speed20 MPH (32 KPH)
I used too get about 15mph for my test runs but I now get 20 thanks to adding another battery.
AccelerationPretty quick about 4 seconds. With a push scoot about 3 seconds.
Range6 Miles ( 9 Kilometers)
I only use 4 AH batteries because the 12 Volt 12 AH are to big. I designed this from scratch and speed
Watt Hours/Mile48 Wh/Mile
EV Miles
Current:4 Miles (6 Kilometers)
    As of 5/25/2007
Seating Capacity1 it's just about powerful enough to tow one person on a push scooter
Curb Weight25 Pounds (11 Kilograms)
I designed it to be lighter than the G.S. Moon scooter
Tiresone 7.5"(back) and one 12"(front) about 3" wide air filled
Conversion Timeonly about 8 hours welded together just a bit of non revision time during my GCSE's.
Conversion Costold scrap non working scooter's and metal from an old paddling pool. Battery's given too me in school. A fiver maybe less
Soon I will be displaying a new project a chopper 500 Watt 36 Volt 12 AH goes like the wind. I will post pictures of further development of my products check out the test run videos on my website. Thanks for looking.

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