Bought this trike on a thought , it's different. Not knowing much about electric powered carts, I figured I would just be able to resurrect it. Then I came across your web site. What a candy store. Thing is, I'm not sure about the conversion. Here are the particulars. Motor,24v permanent magnet 1hp,Chain drive, 2-12 volt deep cycle batteries, Charger, 110v output24v 6 amp,DC/DC Converter 24 v-12volt 10 amp. It has a cable throttle to a momentary spring loaded toggle, and wire for miles. Looking at all the controllers and such, I'm not sure of all I'll need. It's also streetable and has blinkers, horn, lights, brake lights. Any help in this would be great. Looks like I should be able to gut it and start new except for the motor.Thanks, Bill The first pic is my bikes electrical area, the others is to give an idea of what they are.
We have other 24 Volt controllers that have built in wiring for the battery charger, brake lights, and running lights, however they are not powerful enough to run the size motor that is in an Aurenthetic. For an Aurenthetic the lights and turn signals would need to wired independently from the controller. If the trikes original wiring is intact then the lights and turn signals should already be properly wired.
You are welcome to visit our store to go over everything. We look forward to helping you find the parts that you need.
hello just searched aurenthentic again as im looking to do something with the minibike frame i have
was wondering if these bikes had any kind of a serial number or vin number on them when they were made as someone told me that they were street legal way back when
mine has been spray bombed, if you could get a pic of where the vin is located that would be awesome or even take one of your pics and circle where it is in paint or something thanks!
couldn't take a pic, the bike is buried at the momnet. The vin number is on the battery box, left hand side. Looks like it start's with a W. If I can get a pic at some point, i'll send one, Bill