A2B 24″ hybrid electric bicycle

A2B 24

project on progress.. replacing the controller and adding speed throttle, finding the connections of the motor… some help will do 2.7.2013: i connected a t…
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8 thoughts on “A2B 24″ hybrid electric bicycle

  1. Hi ilan, I got the same bike and I was thinking rather than replace another
    controller, it is possible to installation another set of front conversion
    kit instead(Ezee) as a secondary motor for the extra miles.

  2. You might already know about this but there is a good e-bike forum at
    endless-sphere (dot) com where people share this kind of information. Good
    luck!

  3. thank you friend. i replaced the controller and it works fine :-). the
    original controller is here, for testing it in another time 🙂

  4. thanks friend, i will look for information at endless-sphere. now the bikes
    is running well, just in full speed. good day

  5. it’s truth, i did that and it works. if you connect the PAS to a push
    button so it gives a full speed. after some test, we replaced the
    controller to a 350W open controller, and the ebike go now for 42km/H 🙂
    powerful and fast ride, with twist throttle that works great ilan

  6. Always wanted to see inside the A2B HYBRID 24. Thanks for sharing. I think
    it is possible to just cut the wires 20cm from the controller and add molex
    connectors to it will work with your controller. I have done this to
    several ebikes. Once in a while it won’t work to match the Green, Yellow
    blue wires Hall and Phase wires. Then you have to go through all 36 Phase
    and Hall sensor combination. Good luck.

  7. i got an a2b hybrid nov 2013 and i think you may be able to do a turbo
    press button from some of the computer conections because , my bike pulled
    away at fast speed when my computer connects got damp

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