OwnerBr Joe Smith
LocationBrisbane, Queensland Austalia map
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Vehicle2018 Road
I converted my 10+ year old bike to an e-bike,
having made the 2-pack 41V battery myself from
recycled Llithium-Ion batteries, with the help
of Substation33 at Kingston Qld, Australia. I
ordered the motor from China and bought front
and back racks.
Motor unknown
Motor kit, labelled Bafang, 500W.
DrivetrainCrank shaft
Batteries41.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion
160 compiled ex-laptop-battery cells.
System Voltage36 Volts
Charger HTRC B6 V2 Balance Charger
InstrumentationDigital odometer
Top Speed15 MPH (24 KPH)
There is a regulator to keep the speed to 25kmph
according to Australian law.
AccelerationPedal Assist. The system detects which gear the
bike is in and helps with peddling. 5 preset
levels.
Range62 Miles (99 Kilometers)
I haven't had it long enough, but am told I can
get 100km between charges. I've done 50.
Seating Capacity1 adults
Tires28"
700 x 38 C
https://www.velogear.com.au/parts/bike-
tyres/tyre-size-guide.html
Conversion Time16 hrs
Conversion CostAU$800
Additional FeaturesI decided to get a front and back rack and put milk crates on them,
to double as a concealed battery compartment and semi dry carry
space.

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