I built this Kepler to explore outrunners but I seem to be finding more time for hubbies, so I may as well share it with someone who will get more use out of it.
Kepler drives sold out, and AFAIK this is the first used one to come up for sale since his first run 6-7 months ago. It is fully assembled and operational, so you don't have to hassle with sourcing components and fiddling about, just bolt it on and go. I only took it around the block a few times, so it is pretty much new, easily less than a mile on it. I had the drive custom-anodized black for stealth, the motor and ESC are were recommended by Kepler and seem to be quality kit. I have all the extra bits and manuals etc that came with the products, as pictured in the bag.
While the Kepler drive is top notch, I got the throttleizer from a different vendor, whose build quality I was not thrilled with. However, after some minor surgury it works fine, so you can plug in a standard ebike throttle and go. It has the (2) optional temperature probes that can be put on the motor and ESC to protect them, and comes with the optional USB programmer. I have it taped into a external project box right now, to keep the wires sorted, but with some work I think it could be squeezed into the throttle adaptor bay inside the kepler drive.
It cost me over $700 in parts and shipping to build this, not to mention the labor involved. It could be yours $650, including FREE shipping to domestic US addresses.
Kepler drive anodized black
Castle Creations Phoenix ICE 100a (Full version, not lite)
Turnigy HXT 64-74 200kv (EQ-5420)
Throttelizer from evlogix.com
- 120a version
- dual temp sensors
- USB programmer
Here is the build thread where I "wrote the book" on assembly: