OwnerMicah Bayless
LocationSanta Cruz, California US map
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Vehicle2010 Zero MXR + XU + DS
Zero X frame with MXR Perm powertrain at 400A,
XU suspension and DS front wheel/brake/triple
clamp setup
MotorPerm Motor banded Permanent Magnet DC
Never had a problem. That's the good kind.
DrivetrainChain & sprockets
ControllerAlltrax 48V 400A
Zero MBB running switchable Speed or Torque
control firmware with low and hi torque options.
Usually running torque control with low setting.
Super-manageable.
BatteriesZero X , 58.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion
2011 spec with super limited edition black ano
aluminum case
System Voltage58 Volts
ChargerDelta-Q Technologies 48V
Mounted onboard like the 2011 XU
HeaterHa
DC/DC Converter none yet
InstrumentationZero spec of Koso; not wired in yet.
Top Speed40 MPH (64 KPH)
not fast, but...
Acceleration... it hurts to hold it wide open from a stop
in high torque & speed modes.
Rangeover an hour of hill climbing on dirt trails
Watt Hours/Mileno idea
EV Miles
Current: Miles (0 Kilometers)
 
    As of 11/3/2014
Seating Capacity4
Curb Weight0
probably heavier than OEM.
TiresKnobs
Conversion Time3 weeks to assemble including battery pack.
Conversion Costmy luck.
Additional FeaturesAn Akro bin bolted to the tail for groceries, repurposed metal parts
for a brake lever, adjustable rear shock.

Built a trailer that attaches to tailpod subframe for those tough
days toting around kids' bikes between home and the elementary school
4 blocks away.
Best toy I could have made for the family. Always a hit for the kids
dads and moms on summertime vacations in the woods. Super gratifying
to hop on for the mile ride into downtown. Easy to put up on my
tilting hitch mount on our car, especially if the battery is removed
and put in the car.

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