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    Yamaha 1974 AT2 conversion.

    Hi everyone!

    I got an old Yamaha AT2 from 70's without engine. And... I decided to convert it electric!


    I'd like to get more or less the same power that the original engine, so something like 11kw continious and 100/130 km/h max speed (60/80 mph)

    I (with my team...) have already made a verry powerful motorcycle conversion on a Suzuki 800DR basis with a 80kw motor... But never something light with a hub motor. It was powered by a 80kw (peak) Emrax 208 motor, Emsiso 300 controler and big 110V/800A 6.5 kWh battery pack Lithium-ion co-developped with PYMCO technologies Paris.

    https://electricmotorcycles.news/80k...re-motorcycle/

    This time, I would like to go for something a lot more simple, cheaper, and lighter. No racing stuff but just a cool electric bike for urban use.

    Have seen that Enertrac are making hub motors that could do the job.

    Do you know any other serious manufacturer for that kind of motor?

    Cheers,

    Ben

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    Love your suzuki conversion. Nice Work!!
    I know this one: http://www.cnqsmotor.com/en/article_...012KW/445.html
    I don't know the quality of this motor..

    Presently I using an enertrac motor 602
    converting a dr650.

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    What king of battery pack you are looking for? It's a really small frame. You should buy a smaller motor around 8kw.. Your battery pack need to have at least the power of your motor.

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