This really needs to be taken on by someone who is electrical/ battery knowledgeable and can understand what i have changed on this bike.
It is a kudos king mountain bike with some modifications, to start with the lifepo4 battery has been removed from the metal box case and the connections modified. They use to be on a rack on the rear of the bike, but now sit in the centre frame inside the bike bag i have had made. This lowers the weight and stops the bike tipping plus makes the bike more pleasant to ride, also takes away obvious that it's electric.
Along with the main lifepo4 battery you can add a booster battery, which is supplied, to add more speed to the bike for use on private ground, the legal assisted a electric bike can go is 15mph, the booster battery adds more volts, hence faster. ( booster battery is 2x 2cell lipo's in parallel.)
It's illegal to use on road or where public access if modified above 15.5mph in the UK.
The original speed controller and handlebar speed regulator has been changed to one that can accept more volts. A G65 i think its called.
There is no throttle it works on a sensor on the pedals. Though you could add one to the present controller if i remember correctly.
The handle bar controller has 3 settings which cut off at selected assisted speeds. I have also added a volt meter so the voltage on lipos is shown.
The bike comes with original battery rack, speed controllers, chargers, plus a spare lipo charger, pucture resistant tyres that were £70.00 plus two sets of other tyres. A bike repair stand, tool box with spares, tools ect and a car towbar rack.
It has led lights also powered from main battery.
It has hydraulic disk brakes, rear one could do with a service ie new pads and fluid bleeding.
If you was to return the bike to original standard some soldering and making good is required plus resoldering plugs and sockets on controller and cables ect.
Cables have been left on the bike unused but taped up out of the way.
I get around 20 to 30 miles out of the bike on flat to moderate ground, i weigh 12.4 stone.
The bike and main battery is about 4-5years old now, being a lifpo4 they do last longer that lipos. But understand the lifpo4 may give up, not sure how long a life they have now. However i suggest it gets replaced with lipos, which are lighter.
I can not help you in future with repairs or anything to do with the bike. It's sold as seen, if your interested please only view on a Saturday or Monday evening after work. only selling due to moving.
I am open to sensible offers but realistically my price is fair. Please bring full cash along as deposit if you want to try it. Wouldn't want anyone riding off on it.!! ??
24-08-2017, did 20 miles on it today, Rugby to draycote. All seems good. Battery lights still full on.