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Old 06-10-12, 05:04 PM   #1
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2500 watt muscle bike

if anyone has any questions about e-bikes maybe i can help. i have a 2500 watt motor with 2- 38 volt 10 amp batteries bike its very very fast lol....
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Old 06-10-12, 06:53 PM   #2
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if anyone has any questions about e-bikes maybe i can help. i have a 2500 watt motor with 2- 38 volt 10 amp batteries bike its very very fast lol....
10 Ampere-hour batteries maybe? Batteries that could only deliver 10A would suck.
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What is the price of this 2500 watt muscle bike ?
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Old 06-12-12, 07:13 AM   #5
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What is the price of this 2500 watt muscle bike ?
Doesn't look like he's going to come back.
From his post in Introductions it sounds like he is riding a Hi-Power bike. Their website lists their range from $1600--$4K. No mention that they are not street legal and they have videos of their bikes on the road. Given the power output of their bikes I would not feel comfortable with the level of components they list.
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2 38 Volt 10 AH batteries = muscle bike ??
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lmao.. silly rabbit... my daily driver ( commute bike ) runs 100v 60 amps on a 100v 5ah ( 8 lbs ) battery = 6000w !

the " fun bike " i built for my neighbor runs a 9C motor at 100v 120 amps = 12,000w !

and it gets better if you got the balls for it !
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