So here is one of the nice stock bikes, other than a sticky throttle and a bent directional it is really nice overall. Like most of the bikes it is missing the batteries, which is too bad. But if we find someone to 3-d print those end covers for us we can figure something out.
I have yet to get enough time to test any of the bikes with a working battery, so who knows which will work and which wont
Here are some cool Xootr Stickers i found in the mess, i feel like i did not get the entire collection of stuff but there is alot...
Here is the bike I am calling the Prototype, i have no idea if it actually is...but either way it is really cool and unique! I also noticed the motor looks skinnier and is not part of the main frame. The front forks look bent but idc
It has mag wheels with internal drum brakes and the body is slightly thicker aluminum than the other bikes making its battery compartment a little smaller, overall cool looking bike. The rear sprocket is larger than the stock Voloci but the motor may be different also
Here you can see a shot of its different controller with a missing side cover(shux) and a 48v nimh battery which most likely came from batteryspace.com
I am excited since that means atleast two of these bikes have been upgraded to 48v at some point
Here is another really nice and extremely heavy bike, this is the only other bike that was clearly modified for 48v! It has four giant 12v 16ah SLA batteries stuck in it at the moment. I am having this issue with a few of the bikes...the SLA's have swelled and now they are stuck inside the frame
These items in this box actually seem to be the original mock-up pieces before the final design of the Voloci, they are freshly CNC'd and have permanent marker marks on them and rough drilled holes. The original Voloci sticker decal is also a nice touch
This i think is my favorite bike of them all. I have to believe this was Nates favorite Voloci for a few reasons. For one this bikes batteries were not stuck in the frame! And it has a completely unique blue leather seat. It also has a few aluminum shined parts instead of the black painted on the stock Voloci. Also the headlight was modified to give the bike a more bobber-ish look and i actually think it works! It seems that the bike was only used at 36v which is unfortunate. But we will have to open the cover up and see
This bike i think is also pretty old since its the only bike out of 10 that have only 1 screw holding the upper support to the main frame...