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72v 15000W 13 inch heavy long run large dual motor electric off road electric scooter

Plus, because of their placement – outside of the battery component – they are air-cooled which prevents overheating, and ensures the longevity of your Viper in the long run. Crucially, they are also self-regulating. Well, the liberal estimate suggests that distance could be up to 100 miles – providing you don’t make that throttle work too hard.

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Parameter
FrameHigh strength aluminum alloy 6061, surface paint
Forking forksOne forming front fork and rear fork
Electric machinery13 “72V 15000W brushless toothed high speed motor
Controller72V 100 SAH*2 tube vector sinusoidal brushless controller (mini type)
Battery84V 70 AH-85 AH module lithium battery (Tian energy 21700)
MeterLCD speed, temperature, power display and fault display
GPSLocation and telecontrol alarm
Braking systemAfter one disc, does not contain harmful substance, in compliance with international environmental requirements
Brake handleForging brake of aluminum alloy with power breaking function
TyreZheng Xin tire 13 inch
HeadlightLED lenticular bright headlights and driving lights
Maximum speed125 km
Extension mileage155-160km
Motor7500 watt per piece
Wheel13 inch
Net weight and gross weight64kg/75kg
Product sizeL* w* h: 1300*560*1030 (mm)
Packaging sizeL* w* h: 1330*320*780 (mm)

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NEW YORK – The New York City Council on Thursday approved several bills that will legalize the private use of electric scooters and bicycles in the city’s five boroughs, a change long-sought by food delivery workers and transportation advocates. The city will also create a shared electric scooter pilot program that will allow e-scooter companies to apply for permits to operate in the city, with the exception of Manhattan. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo in January approved the legalization of electric bicycles and scooters across the state, but excluded the Manhattan island from any shared, app-based scooter programs. Electric scooter companies Lime, Bird, Lyft and Ford Motors Co’s-owned Spin have said they would apply for permits. E-scooter companies have long complained about not being allowed to operate in the largest U.S. The debate over electric bicycles heated up in recent years when city police issued fines and impounded bikes of delivery workers, who rely on the vehicles to deliver food orders quickly to New Yorkers in all weather. We apologize, but this video has failed to load. Under the city bill, bikes with electric motors can travel at up to 25 mph (40 km/h), and e-scooters at up to 20 mph (30 km/h). The pilot program is scheduled to start by May 2021 and is expected to last no more than two years, according to the bill. Corey Johnson, a NYC Council speaker who supported the bill, in a tweet on Thursday said the new bill delivered justice to those delivery drivers who kept the city running during the coronavirus pandemic.
Rather than being cast, they’ve been forged from aluminum – a design drawcard that makes the strength-to-weight ratio better than their casted counterparts, as well as more durable. Elsewhere on the scooter, the NAMI Burn-e’s dual NUTT hydraulic brakes – which are backed up by a five-strength regenerative braking system – are an equally powerful testament to Sha’s attention to detail. Other areas of the Burn-e’s design that are geared towards safety include a mechanism that stops the handlebars from over-rotating, as well as an anti-theft digital lock that requires you to enter a 4-digit password to start the scooter up. Refreshingly, these brakes are also easy to upgrade, should you need to – in this case, Magura brakes are a great option for performance and ease of maintenance. The braking system’s 160mm discs are sharp and well-calibrated – as they should be, given the speeds the Viper can reach. The Viper’s all-around levels of quality manifest themselves in the style and substance of its frame, too.
More impressive still, the Viper’s total output even beats out that of the Dualtron X 2 (our top 65-70 mph scooter), a scooter whose $6,500 price tag makes even the Viper look cheap. It’ll swat away any inclines you put in front of it. Take the Burn-e’s swingarms, for instance. Two KKE 165mm hydraulic coil-over-shocks inure you to even the most daring, mountain-esque terrain, with rebound adjustment letting you customize how quickly your Viper’s suspension bounces back from impacts. Versatility is another of the NAMI Burn-e’s strong suits. In fact, in some cases, it continues to accelerate despite going uphill. The Viper is no stranger to a steep slope, either. We can attest to its ability to scale 35-degree inclines. Better still, you won’t even need a spanner or a wrench to tinker with your scooter’s shocks, allowing even the greenest of riders to get to grips with the mechanism.
Not many scooters as expensive as the NAMI Burn-e Viper are worth the money; this one is. For this, it has enormous 1500W dual motors, a Turbo mode (which pumps an extra 12% of power into the motor for a death-defying injection of speed), and a pair of exclusively designed Sine Wave controllers to thank. Where to begin? There’s so much to unpack, but – since it’s the reason you’re here – let’s start with speed. Looking at similarly-priced models, only two other models (Dualtron variants – the Storm and Ultra 2) are comparable, and – despite both of them just pipping the Viper’s top speed (62 mph) – neither can match the Viper’s secret weapon…. 25% and 56%, respectively. The Viper has 60 mph in its locker, making it one of the fastest electric scooters on the market. …acceleration. Put simply, the NAMI Burn-e has a brutal acceleration curve.
Crafted from a single piece of welded, heat-treated, aviation-grade aluminum, the words ‘Viper’ and ‘wear and tear’ don’t even belong in the same sentence. But don’t fret – with a hidden USB charging port, super-bright 2000 lumen headlight, side swag lighting, turn signals, and a motorcycle-grade horn, the Burn-e very much has you covered. As well as monitoring your scooter’s condition with temperature and power readouts, you can also calculate both the amount of G-force you’re experiencing, as well as the number of miles your Viper’s 72V 35Ah battery has left. Those lucky enough to step up onto the Viper’s deck will also marvel at how much information its industry-topping interface provides. Of course, not even the most well-built scooters are worth their salt without the extra features to back them up. The Burn-e also relies on carbon fiber for its stem, rather than the more standard alloy steel material SCM400, and then slaps on not one, but two water-resistance ratings (IP55 and IP56) to protect it all.
Speaking of which – how far will the Viper take you? For this, the Burn-e has to thank not only its battery – which is bigger than those of all the models in its price and weight class – but its dual 50Ah Sine Wave controllers. As well as pulling battery power more efficiently – thereby enabling longer range – these controllers allow you to take control of each motor independently. With this full century of miles in its locker, the Viper’s maximum range trumps the Wolf Warrior, Wolf King, Dualtron Storm, and X 2 for endurance. Plus, because of their placement – outside of the battery component – they are air-cooled which prevents overheating, and ensures the longevity of your Viper in the long run. Crucially, they are also self-regulating. Well, the liberal estimate suggests that distance could be up to 100 miles – providing you don’t make that throttle work too hard. They’ll cool down automatically if things get too hot, and manage the amount of power you’re using.
Water damage, worn electric wires, all can lead to a short-circuit in the system, rendering the scooter inoperable. This issue is easily fixed with proper tools, but if it happens while you’re riding, then you will have to stop your ride immediately. Loose handlebar. Some e-scooter models have minor design flaws that may lead to safety issues. I have never experienced it, but personally know people who had this happen to them. One guy fell flat on the pavement while riding his electric scooter, after his handlebar came loose. Brake problems. I have never had any problems with the brakes, but I’ve heard of situations where the brake became loose and the user had to push the scooter for his own safety’s sake. It runs out that the handlebar folding mechanism tends to become loose with time. Nobody should be riding any type of vehicle that has no or bad brakes. You just need to have the right tools for the job on hand. Fortunately, adjusting the brakes that have become loose is quite simple.
Each e-scooter model will have different specifications, so be sure to check the owner’s manual for proper values specific to your device. In practice, I usually do it once every three or four weeks. I would like to add that some e-scooter models are equipped with regenerative brakes. Acceleration. The way you are driving your e-scooter has a considerable impact on the range of distance. In order to extend the range, you should ride at a steady pace, at an average speed (avoid going too fast), and keep away from accelerating/decelerating too much. It is recommended to check the tire pressure on a weekly basis. I literally can’t say enough good things about them, that’s how much I enjoy riding them. Please note, these values will be given in “pounds per square inch” (PSI), will be different for the front and rear tires, and will vary based on the rider’s weight. This technology is supposed to charge the battery while the brakes are being applied. Higher psi will be needed for heavier users, but is associated with increased risk of tire puncture. In the past, I never thought that I would ever ditch the car for anything. Electric scooters are a great and fun way of traveling short distances. Maybe I’m wrong and am missing something, but based on my experience, I have yet to find it to provide any real advantage. In all honesty, I have not found this to be of any real benefit. Read more: practical tips on increasing the range of an electric scooter. In general, a lower psi will give you a smoother ride. Interestingly, I found that the longest range of travel was with tire pressure of around 45-50 psi.
Electric motor. The tires are directly connected to the electric motor. Battery maintenance. A healthy battery will provide more power, giving you longer range. In other words, avoid temperature extremes. As a result, the scooter will not roll freely. In general lithium-ion batteries are best used at temperatures of around 77°F (25°C). Higher temperatures tend to cut the life of the battery and will result in the need of a replacement sooner than expected. Lower temperatures will cause the battery to provide less power to the electric motor. How to extend the range of an electric scooter? The amount of resistance is not much if you try pushing the e-scooter a few times, but it does get cumbersome with relatively longer “trips”. There is resistance provided by the electric motor that is not operating at the moment. First of all, do not overheat it. There is no clutch or “Neutral”.

Can all e-scooters be used manually? This safety mechanism has been deployed in e-scooters as a way of preventing injury to those standing near the scooter. Imagine someone accidentally pressing the gas throttle while trying to move the scooter. You see, in order to increase the safety of the rider, the gas throttle along with the electric motor will only work when the scooter is in motion. Within a second or two the electric motor starts working and the scooter begins to accelerate. In theory, all electric kick scooters can be used manually. So, in order for the e-scooter to start moving, the rider must first kick or push it, while applying pressure on the gas throttle. This is true by the way that they have been designed. Had it not been for this mechanism, the e-scooter would immediately start accelerating, potentially hitting anyone standing in its way. Most models have to be moving at least 4 mph (7 km/h) for the electric motor to engage.

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Weight65 kg
Dimensions145 × 55 × 65 cm

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  • Min.Order Quantity: 1 Piece/Pieces
  • Supply Ability: 3200 Piece/Pieces per Month
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  • 1piece price:3204usd per piece
  • 10piece price:3105usd per piece

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