Converted 72 volt Jamis Hardtail

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Kent   1 kW

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Converted 72 volt Jamis Hardtail

Post by Kent » Aug 19 2017 12:30pm

Two 36 volt 12 amp hour lithium batteries connected in series.(Cellman). Upgraded hydraulic disc brakes. Sturdy front axle. Fully street legal with lights, turn signals, etc. !8" rear tire and 19" front tire (new). Custom rear 18"rim built in Mxus V2 . Fenders. Folding luggage racks. 100 amp controller. 36 v Ping charger included.Wired for additional battery if desired.Exterior charging ports on each battery. Fully street legal with transferable title.Goes like a scared rabbit and eats hills. Over $2000 invested. Price $700 I'll box it up but you pay shipping. E-mail kntlawrence7@gmail.com or call 802-345-7053
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72 V, (2x36v, 11.5 ah in series) Cellman, HS3540, 18fet Lyen, Jamis Dirtjumper Hardtail. Its streetlegal w license plate, inspection sticker.

Only by setting an example of good road manners and public courtesy can we convince the general public to take the electric bike seriously as a transportation option. Obey traffic laws!

My build: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =6&t=45706
Going legal: http://endless-sphere.com/forums/viewto ... =3&t=49390

markz   100 GW

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Re: Converted 72 volt Jamis Hardtail

Post by markz » Aug 25 2017 11:15pm

Just a bump for a fellow MXUS V2 rider
Cycle Analyst included?
Looks like a decent setup with the 100A controller.
Parts alone would be over $700usd

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