Frame designingtilt to the righttilting leftPlug in under the "Gas" cap!Operators viewAnd IT actually RUNS!Running down the road....Front ViewSide covers and graphics installed
OwnerJohn Head
LocationHenrietta, New York United States map
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Vehicle2010 Homebuilt 3 wheeled leaning Delta trike
A "proof of concept" Leaning Three
"delta" trike. Utilizing Yamaha 600 and
Honda 1100 parts. Powered by dual
Hub motors in the rear wheels.
MotorEnerTrac 602 Brushless DC
One Hub motor in each of the (2) rear
swing arms.
DrivetrainDual EnerTrac 602 Hub Motors
ControllerKelly Dual KBL 12271I
Batteries8 GBS Batteries , 12.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion
Battery pack supplied by Elite power
Solutions. Total 96V package (60 ah)
System Voltage96 Volts
Supplied by Elite Power solutions as a
DC/DC ConverterKelly
Kelly Controls DC to DC Converter 96V by
300W 12VDC
InstrumentationStock Yamaha, Elite power solutions LCD
Top Speed70 MPH (112 KPH)
I have ridden it to 65 mph. Still had a
little more but that was fast enough for
Range35 Miles (56 Kilometers)
25-40 miles depending on speed and road
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight620 Pounds (281 Kilograms)
Two hub motors contribute to the total
weight, vs. one motor in a typical
"motorcycle" application.
Tires120/90 18
Conversion Time24 Month's fabrication time. It is fast,
quiet, with a very low center of gravity
(cg.), and handles great!
Conversion Cost$ 6,500? Designed and fabricated by owner
Additional FeaturesA dual rear Hub motor, Leaning, Delta style Motorcycle.
(Tricycle). "Lean lock" foot pedal enables the bike to be
solidly locked in the upright position at stops. This
feature can enable this vehicle to be totally enclosed at a
future date?
A great deal of thanks goes out to Mark G. from EnerTrac
corp. for his assistance and guidance with the hub motors
used in this project. The availability of these powerful,
wheel mounted, hub motors allow for this vehicle to be
constructed without the use of chains, drive shafts etc.

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