OwnerHugo Barrocas
LocationVilar de Mouros, Viana do Castelo Portugal map
Vehicle2015 Brammo Empulse
Color: Eclipsed Black
Motor Parker Hannifin GVM 3-Phase AC
Parker Hannifin GVM PMAC motor, 40kW, @ 6,000
rpm (54 hp), 63Nm (46.5 foot pounds)
DrivetrainIET 6-speed transmission, 14:48 final drive
ControllerSevcon Gen 4, Size 6 AC Controller
Batteries7 BPM15/90, 105.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion
7x Brammo BPM15/90 modules in series. Built in
cell-heaters. Extruded aluminum casing for
Battery Life 1,500 cycles (approx.160,000 km) to
80% initial capacity
System Voltage105 Volts
Charger Eltek EV Power Charger 3000
L1/L2 J1772 compatible charger
3000W 240V (limited to 2.5kW)
Heatercell heaters only
InstrumentationBrammo, LCD + Analog RPM gauge
Top Speed105 MPH (168 KPH)
AccelerationSomewhat like 600cc gas bike
Range77 Miles (123 Kilometers)
Websearch range info:
120 Miles (193 Kilometers)
121 miles city (variable speed/19mph average)
56 miles highway (constant 70mph)
77 miles Combined (half city, half highway)

I've ridden this bike to complete discharge,
not intencionally.

I managed 120km from a full charge to full
stop by low energy.
EV Miles
Start:16,777 Miles (26,994 Kilometers)
    As of 6/29/2021
Seating Capacity2
Curb Weight470 Pounds (213 Kilograms)
Additional FeaturesFrame: Brammo E-Beam Aluminum, Fabricated by Accossato in Italy
Sub-Frame: Tubular Steel, Fabricated by Accossato in Italy
Swing Arm: Tubular Steel, Fabricated by Accossato in Italy
Suspension Front: Fully Adjustable 43mm Marzocchi Forks
Suspension Rear: Adjustable Sachs Shock
Brakes Front: Brembo Dual 310mm floating disk with twin four piston
Hydraulic Brembo
Brake Calipers, Radial Mount.
Brakes Rear: Brembo single disk with dual piston Hydraulic Brembo
Brake Caliper
Wheels: Front / Back 17 x 3.5 / 17 x 5.5
Tires: Front / Back Continental 120-70 ZR17, 58W / 180-55
ZR17, 73W
2021-04 27.000km - Rear Sachs shock blew up the seal. Replaced with
another Sachs unit, salvaged from a Ducati Monster, needed to
slightly modify the rear swingarm shock mount because I mounted it
upside-down in order to be able to reach the preload adjustment

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