Version 2.0Version 3.0 test setupFinal bikeleft sideImproved cooling added3D printed brush holder
LocationEbersberg, Bavaria Germany map
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Vehicle1994 Cagiva Mito 1
125cc Mito 1 converted to electric drive.
MotorAgni Motors 95R
ControllerAlltrax 72V
Batteries24 Winston 40Ah, 3.20 Volt, Lithium Iron Phosphate
I removed all CALB batteries from the pack and replaced them by Winston LiFePO4.

The CALB caused nothing but problems.
System Voltage76 Volts
DC/DC Converter
DMC, German Company
InstrumentationVoltmeter, Ampmeter, Temperature outside and
motor, EMUS BMS
Top Speed68 MPH (109 KPH)
Testrun already >110km/h, was still
accelerating. Have to make further tests.
AccelerationTurtle mode. Have to switch sprockets to get
into rabbit mode.

Update: replaced 43 sprocket by 56 sprocket, acceleration is now on fun level, however I strongly recommend installing a gear box on your built like Kymco Super Nex did it.

Range30 Miles (48 Kilometers)
Still trying. Hoping for 40 miles, will see
in the future.
Seating Capacity1 adult
Curb Weight332 Pounds (150 Kilograms)
Conversion TimeVersion 1.0 - 3 years (learning phase). I
used 30x30 aluminium profile for the
what a waste of space.

Version 2.0 approx. 2 years (learning 3D
printing, learning battery technology and
new techniques). Here I used 20x20
frame, was better but still not perfect.

Version 3 - street legal !! (10 months).
Built only with aluminium plates and
threaded rod. Had to source new frame,
tires, suspension...almost everything, but
had access to water jet cutter that saved
a lot of time. 3D printing is also helpful
for rapid testing. I also made some carbon
parts, interesting stuff for the next
Conversion Costin-between 15 and 20k (over 6 years, doesn't feel that expensive).

If you WANT an electric bike, go and buy one. Building one is way to expensive. If you want to LEARN something exciting and do your own thing...than go ahead and start builidng.

code by jerry