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I still have to learn a lot. I had no idea that the engine was so invented. I was just wondering how it works. I thought the engine was in that handlebar rod, and that it was somehow geared. So this surprised me a lot. It immediately raised another question in me ... why don't they steal it from a big homeless man, just because of the copper. Can anyone tell + - how much copper the engine can contain. But probably not much, if I imagine the size of the wheel. So it will be a maximum of 0.5kg. I thought that the engine is technically the same as the engines in rc helicopters .. only in a larger version.
Hi, maybe someone can help me...ramsesp wrote: ↑Sat Dec 21, 2019 4:53 amIt’s christmas time and so here is a little gift: I’ve managed to convert a Lime 3.0 to a personal scooter.
And here are the essential informations to do it yourself.
I’ve used these parts:
https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B07DB6 ... UTF8&psc=1
https://www.amazon.de/gp/product/B07JG7 ... UTF8&psc=1
While the tail light uses 4,5V which is provided from the controller f.e. at the PAS-plug (as shown in the wiring scheme), the head light needs 6V. At the original Lime scooter this comes from a small rechargeable battery that also powers the GPS-Connection-Pack in the green box. So I removed the green box completely and used a LED-Lenser-Light instead.
You don’t need to connect the three thin cables (white, black, red) in the motor wiring harness as well as the cables for breaking.
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