More work done...
First off solid props to shortcircuit911 for modding these front forks and making the steering tube a bit longer for me. The original front forks had no shocks and are too narrow for a disk brake and had no good way to mount a caliper to them These forks had everything except the down tube was about an inch too short so he lengthened it for me.
I was concerned that the shaft to bell union was not going to hold and sure enough, two little set screws on two flats on the shaft were not enough. I suppose if the motor was turning lots of RPM's and then geared down a good bit, then they would have been enough, but my motor is direct to the back wheel so it will see a good bit of torque on the shaft. I had already cut the original shaft off too short to add anything to it, so I bought more shaft and cut it a bit longer. The new shaft is much harder than the original one. Cutting it on my band saw took 20 minutes. I could not drill it with HSS bits at all. Fortunately I have carbide end mills that cut the hardened steel easily enough. This is the end of the prop adapter that came with the motor. It uses 4 screws to bolt to the top of the bell. I drilled 4 holes through it for set screws. One set of holes are threaded straight through so a single set screw goes right through the shaft. The other two set screws just sit on flats on the shaft. The bell also has two set screws in it that sit on flats on the shaft. That ought to do the job.
I have 3 20S LIPO packs that I pulled from the blue scooter a while back. They had several bad cells in them. I finally got around to taking the packs apart and discarded the bad cells. I then made another 12S pack that went in the Currie. The two packs have their own individual BMS. The green pack is 10,000mah and the rebuilt pack is 8000mah.
The Grinfineon controller is a perfect fit under the back deck. It currently has IRF4110 mosfets in it. I'll replace them with AOT290's once they arrive. They will increase the controllers wattage by another 50% and have much less Rds so the controller will not only run at higher wattage, but run cooler too. This isn't the final controller for the scooter. I have a Power Velocity controller coming that will get AOT290's as well. It's will be added later. Obviously I need to bind up the phase and power wires a bit, but that's a couple of zip ties. Under the motor are two IP68 connectors. One is the throttle and controller enable signals and the other is for the rear lights. Power to the controller is two 10 awg wires with 5.5mm bullets.