|Owner's Other EV||Big Mo - Chopper|
|Location||Adelaide, South Australia Australia map|
|Vehicle||2002 Honda CT110 |
Honda Postie bike conversion. Former Australia Post Bike.
Originally I named it the Honda eMail, but since have
considered the Honda Post-E. Both are suitable.
The eMail has now passed it's engineering test and is the
first converted electric motorbike in South Australia!
|Motor||Perm Motor Perm-132|
|Batteries||16 Thunder Sky 40ah, 3.20 Volt, Lithium Iron Phosphate|
The Post-E is now LifePo4 powered.
|System Voltage||48 Volts|
Singlet and Thongs
(not that i ride this way)
|Top Speed||50 MPH (80 KPH)|
|Acceleration||Insane! Limited controller to 60% to prevent whiplash.|
Now tuned to 45% for increased range. Still good acceleration particularly 40-60km/h
|Range||25 Miles (40 Kilometers)|
Plenty for my short runs around Adelaide City.
|Seating Capacity||1 adult|
LifePo4 are 24kg
Lead acid were 45kg
|Conversion Cost||Bike...$400 (blown motor)|
Perm132 $600 (reconditioned)
LifePo4 batteries + BMS + Charger $1500
Alltrax Controller $700
Cables, Contactors etc... $400
|Additional Features||The Controller is hidden away nicely in the original fuel tank. (see pics)|
The batteries have now been reconfigured into two pannier style battery packs on either side of the bike. There was an issue with the original set-up where half the batteries were laying on their side and the other half upright. All batteries are now upright.
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