This is the first incarnation of the 36v Juicer. As of now it is 12s1p for initial road-testing, but have plans (and the batteries) to bump it up to 2p.* It has a 1000w scooter motor and a generic scooter controller which is in the "tank". Also in there is a voltmeter, charging outlet and a fairly useless keyswitch.
Just road tested it today with the cyclometer. Here are some preliminary numbers;
Top Speed: 36mph
Ft Brake: Caliper
Rr Brake: Coaster
I live in Los Angeles on a hill, so to get some decent numbers I had to throw the bike in the ragtop and go to the bottom of the hill where it's fairly flat. I started near Dodger Stadium and went upstream along the LA River, through Griffith Park, to Forest Lawn where celebrities and lithium batteries end up when they are dead.
Well, the batteries weren't exactly dead, but after nearly ten miles of riding fast without pedaling, they no longer wanted to go 20mph. The volts read 38 or so, but I still had to pedal most of the way back. Still, the bike is very comfortable and I'm pleased with my top speed as I reached it on a slight incline and my tires were a little soft. Hopefully I can get my useful range up to 20mi when I connect the last 10 batts.
*in fact, two of the 14 batteries that make up the ev-twin are disconnected, waiting for the rest of its series to be mounted in the oil tank space.