This thread is aimed at TNC Scooters who recommended I post the question here for their engineers to answer the question
The easiest thing to do would be to replace the burned out motor with another 36 Volt 500 or 650 Watt motor, because then the MX500's original speed controller and wiring could be used.
would the 36v 650watt motor give the bike some more low down power? or do you need to change controllers? Also which sprocket would you recommend for that .?
I have a razor mx500 and the motor is burnt out, i have 3 12v 22amp hour batteries in it so no room to go 48 v, was wondering what to do for a replacement motor,
Thinking possibly a 500w 24v and a smaller sprocket, also noticed you have a 600v 24v would that fit into the razor with out any modifications..
If not what part number for motor do you recommend and what sprocket, this is for a 55lb kid going threw lots of tall grass in fields and up slight grades..
or would we go to a 750w motor with a higher amp controller if so what part numbers would those be..