edaz40 wrote:Has any one got tired of the factoyr power plant? .what is the next hop-up?48v-15/20AH,fry the stock hub motor for lack of info ? , do you need a new rear hub motor?,a new controller?thanks ,ed
baltiace1 wrote:edaz40 wrote:Has any one got tired of the factoyr power plant? .what is the next hop-up?48v-15/20AH,fry the stock hub motor for lack of info ? , do you need a new rear hub motor?,a new controller?thanks ,ed
I know another Phantom X owner has swapped out the 36V battery with a 48V 20AH ping with no problems using stock controller. He said at 48V it goes 27 mph on flat grade. My Phantom X recently got totalled in an accident. I'm not sure what I'll do with it now...motor still looks good but I have no way to test it with the battery busted. I probably break apart the motor to see exactly what it is. Not up to that right not but maybe in a couple of weeks I'll post some info.
Art Vandelay are you an architect?
motorino magnet wrote:I'm this close . .to pressing the buy it now button on eBay for a friend who wants one and i think i will when they answer my direct email
all i want to know is who will do the warranty work in Canada when we buy it?
plus a lot of ambiguity when we ask about aha and extra battery.
hopefully one day we an go to home depot and buy it and all the parts off the shelf?
so simple and so complicated
I think it is such a nice looking,solid -USA bike and I want to buy in to the tech and the warranty!
but grand is a grand!
lot of money could come there way -IF-they answered the call ????
they are out there and they could if they wanted too
Art Vandelay wrote:baltiace1 wrote:edaz40 wrote:Can you PM the other Phantom X owner who went 48V? I've got a few questions about his conversion. I'm thinking about going with a Topeak rack, and DXP trunk bags to put the battery in....other considerations...
ambroseliao wrote:I wouldn't plug your 48V battery into your Prodeco. You will blow up the controller if you do! Your 48V battery is probably closer to 54V when fully charged. Most 48V controllers have 60V caps so there's a bit of room there. You can probably replace the controller with a higher voltage model if you can rewire the connections.
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