OwnerPaul Paton
Owner's Other EVs2007 Vectrix VX-1
2013 Raleigh Venture
LocationMelbourne, Victoria Australia map
Vehicle2008 Vectrix VX-1 Maxi scooter
Has been unused to 3 years. Trickle charged with
Freddie charger at 0.8 amps for 50 hours and
then driven home 40 Km.
Motor Brushless DC
Vectrix Brushless DC
20Kw 65 Nm peak output 3 phase with regenerative
Vectrix 3 phase with IGBT output.
Laird 2013 firmware installed.
BatteriesPanasonic CGR18650CG, 130.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion
1050 x CGR18650CG batteries. Electronic
balancers built into stacks. No Ni-Mh cells used
in this bike.
System Voltage130 Volts
Original Vectrix charger fitted with the Lairds
2013 Li-Ion firmware.
HeaterLeather Jacket.
DC/DC Converter
Vectrix onboard
12 volt 4 amp.
InstrumentationOriginal Vectrix Dual LCD with voltage on left
LCD display.
Top Speed63 MPH (101 KPH)
Acceleration0 - 100 Km/Hr in 6.5 seconds.
Range105 Miles (168 Kilometers)
at 60 Km/Hr. Typical city riding gives 130 Km
EV Miles
Start:10 Miles (16 Kilometers)
Current:42,000 Miles (67,578 Kilometers)
Total:41,990 Miles (67,561 Kilometers)
    As of 7/4/2021
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight403 Pounds (183 Kilograms)
The original Ni-MH bike weighs 234Kg. This my
lightest conversion.
TiresPerelli GTS front. Perelli Diablo rear.
Conversion Time2 Days
Conversion Cost$3900
This bike has better acceleration, braking and handling than
original. 60 amp/Hr conversion has sufficient range and the weight
reduction improves the dynamics of this scooter.
This conversion was easier as the instrumentation is standard. I just
installed the new firmware Laird 2013 for Li-Ion.
I removed the battery cooling fans and housing.
Scooter still in use.

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