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Does a Currie E-Force Flyer use a controller?

Does a Currie e-forc flyer use a speed controller or is it built into the motor?
The Currie E-Force Flyer electric scooter has a brushless motor with built-in speed controller. It simply needs to be connected to the power wire plug and the throttle wire connector in order for it to run.

Please let us know if you have any questions.

well any throttle work on the e-force flyer electric motor

The Currie E-Force Flyer electric scooter uses a 5K Ohm throttle. Most electric scooter throttles are the Standard (Hall Effect) type and not the 5K Ohm type.


We have 5K Ohm throttles that work with the E-Force Flyer scooter which are available on this page: http://electricscooterparts.com/throttles5kohm.html


On the page linked to above throttles item number THR-AWI5K and THR-MAG5KC have connectors on them that will plug directly into the E-Force Flyer scooter's motor.


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Please let us know if you have any questions.

Is there a simple way to test the electric motor on the E-forc flyer before I order the thr-aw15k throttle?

An inexpensive 5K Ohm potentiometer could be used to test the motor to make sure that it works before purchasing a throttle.


Here is an image showing how to wire a 5K Ohm potentiometer to the motor.


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Please let us know if you have any questions.


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