Ok these pics aren't the best.
The masking tape is ugly and I'll remove most of it but it's there for now for extra padding in certain areas of the bike where there is a lot of contact during the fold. I also use it for placeholders for getting the best fold. Yes, I will probably remove most of it soon.
I took them indoors with my cell phone but whatever...here goes.
Overall view of the bike
Closeup of the rear hub motor, rack, and bag
Closeup of the thumb throttle and 3 speed switch (and the bell)
Closeup of the controller and wiring
Closeup of the rear hub motor and torque arms. Did I install this torque arm correctly? I don't think so but they wouldn't really fit well on the other side of the bike and they wouldn't fit on this side except for right there. I also have Dr. Bass's torque arms but those were way too big to fit. Any suggestions on torque arms? Is this way really bad?
Another view from the back
View with the kill switch installed. If I just pull on that red wire that is under the saddle, it will cut power to the controller and stop the bike (in case of runaway throttle, etc.).
Closeup of how the kill switch works. As you can see, the thin red ignition wire is not hooked up directly to the red square unit. It is hooked up to that other red wire which is hooked up to the long U shaped red wire that goes under the saddle. Pulling out the red wire under the saddle stops the flow of + to the thin red wire which is needed for power on the controller.
Of course the bike still folds!
Another view of the folded bike. It takes roughly 15 seconds or so to fold/unfold the bike.