Crystalyte Phoenix Brute 4840 Electric Bicycle Conversion Kit
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The Phoenix Brute 4840 Electric Bike Conversion Kit will convert a standard bicycle into an excellent t non-polluting machine that is perfect for short distance comuting. With the Phoenix Brute 4840, cyclists need no prior knowledge of electrical wiring. Their system is shipped pre-wired for quick and painless installation. Just replace the standard front wheel with the electric wheel, attach the throttle and cruise control (optional on some models) to the handlebar, attach the power bag to the rack (rack included), plug in the connectors, and get going. The Phoenix Brute 4840 48 volt system is available on 20, 24, 26 inch front wheel and 26 inch back wheel.
Unlike a standard car, this product requires no license, no insurance, and elicicts no parking problems. Riders are free to go anywhere where they can ride a pedal bike, they can use the motor alone, pedal, or use both at the same time. Batteries and charger included.
This system exceeds power and speed limits established by the federal law that defines a bicycle, so ride on-road at your own risk. Choose a bike with good brakes, inspect them often, and replace worn shoes or pads as needed. You'll be putting a lot more miles on an electric bike than a pedal bike, and brakes become very important at the speeds you will reach. Crystalyte kits include an electric motor mounted in the hub of the wheel, speed controller, key switch, connectorized wiring, fuse, batteries, charger, throttle with gauge (thumb or twist - your choice), wire ties, rack, battery bag, cruise control, brake inhibits. There is nothing else to buy.This is a complete system; nothing else to buy. The Phoenix Brute 4840 is great for when you have extreme hills, pull a trailer, or do not want the speed of the Cruiser. With the 4840 controller, it reaches its top speed of 25 MPH in 11 seconds. Range (distance per charge) depends on many factors including tire tread pattern, tire pressure, weight of rider, wind, hills, stop-and-go, rider driving habits. Adding pedal power helps, particularly at start-up. A rider willing to do some pedaling and keep speed under 20 MPH may get 25 or more miles on a charge. As with a car, the faster you take-off and the faster you run, the more fuel per mile you will use. The Phoenix is the most powerful motor available for a bike.
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