Dirty GirlBare BonesMotor and motor mountMotor and Motor Mount AssemblySprocket CoverPower plate!Speed controller in the mix!2 Tier Battery tray
OwnerStephen Adams
LocationLoveland, Colorado United States map
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Vehicle1989 Yamaha FZR 600
This bike was purchased after sitting in a garage for 10 years. The motor had gremlins in it, so I had to pull out the fire breathing beast and send it back from which it came!
MotorAgni Motors 95 series Reinfoced Permanent Magnet DC

21HP - continuous 240A
40HP - 30 second burst 400A
6,000 RPM (Max)
93% efficiency
(Can you feel the power?)
Drivetrain#40 Chain
17 tooth front sprocket
80 tooth rear sprocket
ControllerKelly KDC72601
The KDC72601 has been purchased and has been given a home. Running the last of the wires to the controller and motor.
Batteries24 CALB/Skyenergy 100Ah, 3.80 Volt, Lithium-Ion
Battery sub frame completed and ready to be installed into the painted frame!
System Voltage72 Volts
ChargerZivan NG1
72V 12A onboard charger
HeaterThe Sun or the second passenger....

DC/DC ConverterSevcon
300W DC-DC converter
72V-96V Input
13.5V @ 25A Output

InstrumentationFound something and waiting to finish system wiring to add this to the mix.
Top Speed60 MPH (96 KPH)
Still in the process of building. (All works out in my head)
AccelerationHoping for 0-60 in 3 seconds.....
(Forgeting you live in the real world?)
Range80 Miles (128 Kilometers)
Hoping for this good of a range with 100Ah batteries.

There are many factors that can change overall range.

(lets pretend that everything is perfect and it all works out....)

EV Miles
Current:0 Miles (0 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight0
The Bare Frame......

Speed Controller, Motor Mount Assembly, Contactor, Main Fuse, DC to DC converter, Battery trays.........

Total Weight: god only knows.... lol

Goal of this build is to stay at or below 400lbs! (yeah right!)
Tires17" motorcycle tires.....

Conversion TimeTotal time spent on this project: Lost track, to many hours!
Conversion CostTotal spent so far is 11k, with an end result of about 14K.
(She is one expensive date!)
(Who says money can't buy love?)
Additional FeaturesAll metal used on this build is recycled scrap metal.

All motorcycle components are recycled parts from wrecked bikes!
(One man's trash is another man's treasure!)

Its been a long time since I've updated, but things are moving along at a snails pace. Wiring is 75% done and the bike looks better with each day!

Portable solar charging station to charge the motorcycle is in the works..... Stay tuned

3 years and still counting.... lol

code by jerry