AW 26″x1.75″ Rear Wheel 48V 1000W Electric Bicycle Motor Kit E-Bike Cycling Hub Conversion Dual Mode Controller
45 – 48 KM/H top speed
Wheel size: 26″x1.75″
Motor specifications: 48V / 1000W / 470rpm
High motor efficiency: >80%
Motor diameter: 245mm
Thumb throttle with 3 LEDs indicator lights
Durable 600D Oxford cloth carrying bag along with a zippered main compartment for battery
It’s for bicycle only
1x 1000W 48V brushless hub motor
1x 26″ Rear wheel (the whole wheel with tire!)
2x Brake pullers
1x Electric controller
1x Speed throttle
2x Handlebar grips
1 set Widing pipe/Cable tie
1x Battery extension line
2x Terminal box
1x Controller bag
Battery Recommendation: Electrokinetic cell battery ( Li, lead-acid, NiMH battery etc.) featured in nominal voltage 48v, nominal capacity not less than 17Ah is compatible with the motor.
Battery and Charger are Not Included
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- The kit includes motorized wheel, motor controller, speed throttle, power break lever, wire harness
- 45 – 48 KM/H top speed , Motor specifications: 48v / 1000w / 470rpm
- Drive system has no moving chains or gears, no friction, more efficient, less chance to break!
- Dual Mode Controller: Motor works under Hall effect and non-Hall effect, extend life for electric bike
- Provides you with a whole wheel with tire, not just the tire frame Takes less than hour to install
Worked out well the bike is a blast.
Fun as hell So far i’m loving this kit, I weigh about 250lbs, so i was a bit skeptical about the amount of power i could expect, However my bike flies now! That’s with an additional 50lbs of lead acid batteries as well!Some thing’s id like to share with perspective buyers right off the bat1. While lead acid batteries are cheaper, damn are they heavier, my bike is basically impossible to pedal without the motor.2. Make sure you mount your batteries as low as you can on your bike, it…
Decent kit I’ve ridden on this kit for about a month, 3-4 days a week, and am very happy with it. It arrived with the tire installed and inflated, so was close to bolt-on. Figuring out how to rig the wires and store the controller was where most of the work went. The motor easily outruns any human powered cyclist, much to the chagrin of Washington DC type A cut-throats. As the other comments have said, it’s best to have some mechanical knowledge when dealing with this. Specifically, wire routing skill…