How to Do it yourself DIY electric bike bicycle conversion kit battery front wheel tire motor

http://kintips.blogspot.com/ Do it yourself Electric bike Conversion Kit 24v 12ah Complete kit With Batteries. You can buy these kits to mod your existing bi…
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24 thoughts on “How to Do it yourself DIY electric bike bicycle conversion kit battery front wheel tire motor

  1. you should get slicker tires the less rolling resistance the
    better speed and range knobbys get the job done but a nice city tire
    can make a big difference

  2. Did u get your kit from eBay, and how much did it cost, also does it work
    well?and would it be adequate for a heavy rider

  3. Would an old washing machine motor be a good source of power on a home made
    conversion, obviously good engineering skills required to rig up, then only
    need to buy speed controller and throttle kit, where could a speed
    controller be sourced to power such a motor? Omg I’m talking talking to
    myself again:-) 

  4. Okay easy way to find this product. High Power 24 volt, use your context
    clues google it. and got from there.

  5. i got mine from a local bike store. But you can get them online everywhere.
    mines just a regular bike frame. These kits will fit almost any bike.

  6. Front wheel easier to install, pedal assist you don’t really need. The
    battery lasts a long time i get about 20km before a recharge. The weight
    thats a big one, the battery weighs a lot. it adds about 30-40 lbs on to
    it, you can buy a lithium one which weighs less and better charge but that
    costs a lot more. I needed to file down the sides to make the wheel fit
    more snug.

  7. If you switch to lipos will also need a charger that can charge lipos.
    Nitro Planes and Hobby King sells chargers that will charge 1 to 4
    batteries at a time. Some will need a external 12 volt power supply.
    Currently, I am using 4 5000mah lipos and if traveling longer distances and
    no power is available for my charger, I bring along 2 4000 mah batteries as
    a reserve.

  8. thanks, i think my bike size is 700c, what kind of battery u use?…kit
    usually come with everything but the battery and what specific name bike is
    that because it look nice

  9. Thanks for the tip, didn’t know they made solar panels for this. I know you
    can get them for cell phone charging.

  10. thats a nice setup there. I just built myself a 1000W 48V ebike. The
    thing’s a beast. The only thing I dont like is that I am running SLA’s @
    20Ah weighing in at 60 lbs. They were cheap though. Im saving for a lifepo

  11. My bike is old.. its CCM. Since its old i didn’t mind doing the conversion
    on it. You’re correct you usually need to buy the battery separately. Its
    sometimes cheaper to get it bundled with the kit. I use a lead acid battery
    its much cheaper.

  12. 160 of 166 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Good product, but online description needs details, July 19, 2008
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    This review is from: Allen Sports Tension Bar Bicycle Cross-Bar Adaptor (Sports)
    The bar does exactly what it is intended for. However, on the packaging of the bar it specifically says the distance from the seat post to handle bar post needs to be at least 18 inches, no where does it say that on the online write up. So, it doesn’t work for my daughters’ bikes. Something to be aware of.

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  13. 69 of 72 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Cross Bar Adaptor, July 10, 2007
    By 
    William Stokes “billybob” (Cameron Park, CA USA) –
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    This review is from: Allen Sports Tension Bar Bicycle Cross-Bar Adaptor (Sports)
    Very handy item for multiple bikes on a rack. Keeps from having one bike tilted at an awkward position from the other(s). Very easy to use, just be careful as the spring tension can fool you and you can get a finger pinched. It only took one pinch and now I can set the bikes up like a pro.

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