LocationSalt Lake City, Utah United States map
VehicleElectric Motorsport Native GPRS
QS Motor 5000W 273 V2 17" Hub Motor
FarDriver ND84530
Batteries0.00 Volt,
24S 3.7V 40Ah Ford Pack (from 2020 Lincoln
Navigator Hybrid?)
Sourced from Battery Hookup
JBD 100A Smart Bluetooth BMS
System Voltage88 Volts
1500W from GreenBikeKit
DC/DC Converter
Amazon 84V to 12V, 10A
Top Speed72 MPH (115 KPH)
AccelerationSimilar to a 250cc gas bike
Range40 Miles (64 Kilometers)
30 miles at 60mph
50 miles at 30mph
Watt Hours/Mile120 Whr/mi @ 60mph
70 Whr/mi @ 30mph
EV Miles
Current:1,500 Miles (2,413 Kilometers)
    As of 6/10/2023
Curb Weight280 Pounds (127 Kilograms)
Conversion Time9 months
Conversion Cost$2500
Additional FeaturesRegen momentary button
Rear disc mounted brake (rarely used, 90% of the time I just coast
and use regen. The front and rear brakes are safety back-up for hard
braking events)
This was originally an electric motorcycle with a chain drive, but I
purchased it as a rolling chassis and mounted a rear hub motor and
sourced new power components.

The BMS will occasionally cut power at highway speeds with a sudden
change in headwind, and after ~20 seconds at high speeds up a hill.
I plan to upgrade to a 150A/200A BMS to avoid this.

I commute 12 miles to and from work with this and it works well. It
is 8 city and 4 highway miles. I typically arrive at work with 60%
charge. With the on-board charger, I gain all that back in 60-90
minutes and I've never had an issue with range. There is easily space
to add more batteries if need be in the future.

code by jerry