I want to upgrade the old ecoMetro. (Unite 500W 36V)
Looking around here I see a Currie MOT-SD 36750 motor at 750W. I'm thinking this one because it's short. On this scooter the motor sticks out sideways so with a case size that's about same as mine hopefully it won't stick out worse. Also, the Currie appears to have the same 3 7/8" OC three point mounting. (maybe I could mount a different motor but it would probably stick out farther)
I'd like to know what all parts are needed. I assume along with a motor there's a controller and throttle, and maybe other things.
I'm a reasonable mechanic and I like keeping things simple. Is this as simple and easy as I think?
Please note that only the original Ecosmart motor and controller are bolt-and-go and plug-and-play on the Ecosmart scooter and any other motor and/or controller would require custom installation and wiring to install.