I have an X-Treme Scooters XM-3150 for sale.
Not sure what is wrong with it. See my posts regarding this on this forum. When powered on there is a slight audible "thump" noise in the hubmotor and the wheel turns about one degree. I was sitting on the bike about 4 feet from a wall talking to someone. When I just rested my hand on the throttle it launched forward and slammed into the wall. As it went down with me it broke the throttle. I picked it up, turned it off, reassemble the throttle as best I could (needed to get home about two miles away). As soon as I turned on the power it launched again. I braked hard, stopped it and shut the power off.
I have purchased a new Magura throttle as recommended on the forums. That is where I am now. I am far from an electrical genius but it is my feeling from reading the available information on the forums that it is likely at least one failed hall sensor in the hubmotor. I have no way of knowing that to be true.
The bike is somewhat disassembled, not structurally, just the plastics, but all there excluding batteries. Located in Rutland, Vermont 05701.
I will not ship. I will not part out. Make me an offer. I just want it gone. It has the potential to be a great bike again even if you junked the existing hubmotor and controller and replaced with new from Golden Motor. Please email me @ firstname.lastname@example.org