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OwnerJean-Luc Bedard
Owner's Other EVs2009 YardWorks
1993 Suzuki GSX-R 1100
LocationQuebec, Quebec Canada map
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Vehicle2010 JLB Trike
MotorGeneral Electric Brush Series Wound DC
1976, 36 Volt, 2800 RPM and everything still
working perfect although you can't do
regenerative current with a serial wound DC
ControllerAlltrax AXE 4844
Batteries12 Thunder Sky LFP90AHA, 3.20 Volt, Lithium Iron Phosphate
System Voltage38 Volts
InstrumentationCycle Analyst V2.11
Top Speed40 MPH (64 KPH)
With a 54 teeth rear sprocket the maximum
speed is 40 mph (65 km/h)

With a 43 teeth rear sprocket the maximum
speed is 50 mph (80 km/h)
AccelerationIt reaches 40 km/h in about 2.5 second with
the 54 teeth sprocket mounted at the rear.
Range60 Miles (96 Kilometers)
It is fun to ride around with no worry
concerning the range...
Watt Hours/Mile61 Wh/Mile
When I go to work with my Dodge Caravan, it
cost me about $50 (at $1.3/L) per week in
gasoline. When I do the same with my
Etrike, it cost about $0.40 of electricity
at $0.07/kWh!
EV Miles
Current:745 Miles (1,198 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity1 adult
Curb Weight294 Pounds (133 Kilograms)
Yeah, I know nothing is optimized. This
trike was build from many recycled
components fitted together. In this way, it
was optimized financially!
Tires2X bicycle 20" at the front
1X motorcycle 18" at the rear
Conversion Timeabout 400 hours by the evening, weekend and
days off...
Conversion Costabout $5000
Additional FeaturesThis Etrike can be converted in Esnowmobile in winter.

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