Twin 600 watt motorsCustom battery box
OwnerToby Ricco
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LocationLos Gatos, California United States map
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Vehicle Goped Bigfoot Frame
MotorCurrie 24 Volt 600 Watts (times two) Permanent Magnet DC
Two 600 watt motors running in series gives me
1200Watts and a 48 volt system.
ControllerKelly KD48200
Programmable 48 volts, 200amp controller. This
controller is overkill for my two currie motors (It can put
out 9600 Watts) but I plan on upgrading the motors
Batteries4 Panasonic 12-18, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM
I have four 18 AH batteries on this scooter which gives it
plenty of power and range. This batteries are capable of
putting out 450amps.
System Voltage48 Volts
I am using a cheap 1.5 amp, 48volt scooter charger and
it works fine.
Top Speed23 MPH (37 KPH)
Its geared for about 23mph, but I will gear it for higher speed eventually.
AccelerationFast for an electric scooter, and it can wheelie on occasion.
Range20 Miles (32 Kilometers)
Seating CapacityAt least two people standing
Curb Weight130 Pounds (59 Kilograms)
I don't know exactly how much it weighs but I'm sure it's
over a 100 lbs.
Tires10" by 3" wide
Conversion TimeMany hours
Conversion CostMetal: $140
Rolling chassis and disk brakes: $200
Controller: $200
Motors: $95 (X2)
Batteries: $220
Hardware and cutting tools: $100
Wiring, Throttle, and other accessories: $150
Total: $1200

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