Originally Posted by streetridaz
"A 150amp controller that will only get the 30amps max that the 12volt 7ah gel cell. Hmmmmm? Where is the extra amps you speek of?"
Well not really understanding that, but i think our answer is in one of the same. He will see a power increase with just a new controller. Now will that increase be a big one? No! he does't have the powerplant nor the fuel to see it's real benefits. but your idea I don't think is really helping him. He doesn't want to get involved with really modding the bike and or having to fabricate and stuff.
He's going to have to get a different motor and fabricate a mount for it. Hes got to wire up the batteries and the controller with a charger series. I don't have a clue where you found a 48volt fast charger for 30-35 bucks that charges in 2 hours but please share if you have. lol and a 50 amp controller, he's already got a 30amp if i'm not mistaken. That is nothing in the power department while running 48volts. Then there is all the extra weight he's loosing run time. I think his best bet is just gonna be a new controller and maybe a replacement 350 that should bolt right up.
you came up with this great idea that to use hose clamps, good idea by the way! that can get any one to buy a new motor.
also the charger is the Panra 4.5 amp charger..http://www.scooterparts4less.com/web...8v_charger.htm
charges 48v12ah set up in less then 2 hours. Also Amps dont make the bike go faster, it is voltage. Then on the other side of things a 12volt controller would need more amps to get the kind of speed and power a 48volt50amp controller. That 48v50amp controller is the best for the money....
a likle spaz
look at a 24-36volt 100amp TSP100 they sell for $130-150 new, it is a very high end solid state low cost controller. I do belive Streetz uses this one in his bike.
The parts list I posted is the best option for you
1) Four(4) 12volt 7amp hour gell cells $15-20 each(you only need to buy two)
2) 50amp 48volt controller $35
3) 48volt fast charger $30-35 (just over 2 hours)
4) 500-700watt 36volt motor $40-45