Quick question for ezee bikes
A friend of mine has an ezee sprint bike, and the battery has recently died.
In the manual it states that it uses a 36v Li-ion battery pack.
Now, am I right to assume that they are using 10 cells in series?
Li-ion cells tend to spend a lot of time at around 3.7v, but they tend to be 4.2v when fully charged so a 10 cell battery pack would give 42v when fully charged.
I ask as I'm looking into building a replacement battery pack for him, and was wondering if 42v was to much power for the ezee controller and motor?