Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

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Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Juicerman » Thu Jul 22, 2010 1:14 am

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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Gregory » Thu Jul 22, 2010 3:57 am

I love it, more details please.

Is it your bike, and what configuration are the batteries ( edit: 36V 10Ah I see) ?
Is it running yet, and how does it go?
Do you have any rear brakes?
What are you using the "petrol tank" for?

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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Grizzlybear » Thu Jul 22, 2010 12:08 pm

Nice one mate, how cool is that? V twin batteries!!
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Juicerman » Fri Jul 23, 2010 1:15 am

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.
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Just road tested it today with the cyclometer. Here are some preliminary numbers;

Top Speed: 36mph
Range: 10mi
Weight: 70lbs
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.
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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.
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby dodjob » Fri Jul 23, 2010 2:19 am

Daaaaaaaaaamn I love it X-)))))
What bike did you used for base? We have a bunch of cruiser out here in Germany but this one.. well I've never seet it. (I want one ;-) )
The batteries packs look absolutely perfect B-). Big twin powaaaaa!!!
I'm currently building my E-cruiser on a felt "luxe" base. I have to make way more modification on the "tank" area because there is not enough place to put my batteries.
I really like the needle Volt/amp meter on the left of the tank.
For the brake you are only using the one incorporated in the rear hub I am right?
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby dodjob » Fri Jul 23, 2010 2:21 am

lol I've just read your post again.. Ähm ok for the brakes :-D
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby maydaverave » Fri Jul 23, 2010 3:44 am

I love the boardtrack racer style. 8)
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Juicerman » Wed Oct 06, 2010 10:55 am

Oil-tank finished, painted and otherwise tarted up.
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby GTR2EBIKE » Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:12 am

Awesome build! Definitely one of a kind right now
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby rebelpilot » Wed Oct 06, 2010 11:57 am

I like the v twin battery idea, the analog meter, and the dog with the attitude in the first pic. Great pics, great build.
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby lester12483 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 12:43 pm

Sweet build !
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby neptronix » Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:55 pm

Freaking awesome. The v-twin battery config takes the cake :)
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby scouser-nick:) » Wed Oct 06, 2010 2:09 pm

wow awesome idea :lol: looks rather tasty all painted up :twisted:
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby beast775 » Wed Oct 06, 2010 2:52 pm

dang cool if ya ask me.
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby AussieJester » Wed Oct 06, 2010 5:27 pm

Yup she came up a treat buddy love the series of pics to especially the one with the "Danger 33000 volts" in the back ground...classy
build all round ...you know whats comming don't you LoL :lol:

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(cept for those uncovered switches we spoke about on the other forum LOL... :wink: :lol: )

Look forward to your next offering very much, if it is half as good as this it will be a show stopper, congrats
on an outstanding professional looking build ;-)

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p.s couple more pics of that cool Bull dog wouldn't go astray either.... lovely looking animals albeit lil dopey lookin' :lol: don't tell him i said that though HAHA... would love one myself...
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Kingfish » Mon Oct 11, 2010 4:56 pm

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B-eautiful build :!:

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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby dodjob » Tue Nov 09, 2010 5:43 pm

Maaaaaaaan!!
this is is reaaaaally slick O_o'
congratulation! but really!
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby valy » Wed Nov 10, 2010 5:43 am

verrrry nice man the design of all bike it is woooooooaw
good work and dont stop to build you have good ideeas :idea: :D
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Doctorbass » Wed Nov 10, 2010 10:27 am

Really impressive desing idea!

I love the Headway/two strokes idea!!!

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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby RallySTX » Sat Nov 20, 2010 7:31 pm

Beautiful bike man. 8)
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby ktronik » Mon Nov 22, 2010 2:53 am

OHH man, the v-twin, batt-motor combo is ART!!!!!!!!!!!

great work!

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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Juicerman » Mon Feb 07, 2011 1:08 pm

UPDATE:The Juicer is now on display at Hollywood Electrics http://www.hollywoodelectrics.com/
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The 2p pack is out in favor of a signalab v2.5 BMS. You can see the slit where the LED's are visible in the black triangle between the seat and the jackshaft.
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby dodjob » Mon Feb 07, 2011 2:19 pm

ach, there is someone who's hiding your bike on the pictures :mrgreen:
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Re: Dawn of the Juicer 36v, EV-Twin motorbicycle

Postby Juicerman » Fri Jan 20, 2012 12:22 pm

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