Hi! I am building an electric scooter from scratch. I am not very experienced, so I would like some help. I was hoping that this would be able to go 20-25 mph on off-road and on-road. I am kinda basing this off of a razor mx500 dirt bike, except this will hopefully be a scooter. What exactly would i need?
- 36v 500w motor?
- 3 12v 12ah batteries?
- power switch?
-key switch ?
-rear suspension shock?
-mx500 front and rear wheels?
what about charging?
If anyone could help me, that would be great. I have attached what I am envisioning the scooter to look like. If ANYONE could help me, I would be so grateful!
Running gear parts:
I can primarily help you with the electrical parts of the build. I can make a kit with the electrical parts that are needed. 1000 Watt motors are available in 36 Volt, 48 Volt, and 60 Volt versions. The Voltage does not affect the power of the motor, only the Wattage does. A 36 Volt system uses three batteries, a 48 Volt uses four batteries, and a 60 Volt uses five batteries. Do you know how many Volts you would like the system to be?
My vehicle has four wheels and two of them have traction ( a motor with brush on each wheel ) . Everywhere control was lost and do not know what to buy and how to connect the two engines as when making a turn will require one of the wheels rotate faster than the other. I think of putting two speed controllers , one for each motor. There is an unidentified component that is coupled to the steering lever . This component sends a signal to the speed controllers causing a motor rotate unless another during a turn ( the wheel is within a radius smaller than the outside) , Can you help me ? This vehicle looks like a Segway but has four wheels and is not self- balanced . This text was translated by Google .
The scooter in the photo you attached uses the two smaller rear wheels to turn the vehicle, and applied equal power to both drive wheels during turns. If you want the scooter to use the two fixed position front drive wheels for turning then an electronic control system may need to be designed from the ground up to accomplish that since off the shelf parts are not available.
Hello ! I am still quite interested in an electric kit that would help organize all the items i plan on purchasing here