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Nuts n Volts

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FS: Electric R6 with Zero Motor
« on: January 02, 2018, 01:58:10 AM »

Sad to do this but I am putting my Electric R6 up for sale.  Here in I Ohio I dont get enough use out of it due to temperature and lack of motivation to gear up and ride it other days.  Looking to turn the money into an electric car conversion.

I have had this bike together for about 4 years now and have around 7000 electric miles on it.  Zero issues with bike since getting it up and running.  Love it.  Pictures https://drive.google.com/open?id=1kal4-D2AxVNQbPj9qF_OM4YNC4gg67CB

Specs
320-330lbs
40mile highway/60mile city
~110mph top speed
0-60 <4sec
65-60kW peak

Frame/Electronics
-Clean Titled 2003 R6 frame - stock wheels, suspension, brakes
-Controlled Low-side during a track day on left side
-Completely custom 12V wiring with weather proof connectors
-35W HID lights
-clip ons with Domino throttle
-left hand Regen brake lever with pressure transducer
-racing front fairing modified for street use
-Cycle Analyst
-420 chain/sprockets

Battery
-custom welded 6061 aluminum battery box
-13 2012 leaf modules - 26s - 50Ah max confirmed capacity
-balance connectors on each cell - top balanced to 4.16V
-600A+ capable, 200+ cycles
-Gigvac contactor, shunt, Vicor DC/DC, 12V distro box

Chargers
-2 HLG320H-54A wired in series on board
-2 Eaton APR48-3G in series for 3.5kW off board charging

Motor/Controller
-2014 Zero ZF75-7 motor w/ Sevcon size6
-Controller power max'd out - can reprogram
-Clearview display
-motor rewired for dual (6) phase two controller operation - internal parallel wires split
-currently dual phase wires paralleled at controller terminals
-Ultimate goal - oil fill motor, run two size4 controllers to motor


Minor needs
-new horn
-high beam wired

Asking $4500.  Located in Columbus, OH. 
Buyer sets up shipping.  PM me with interest and I'll send you my contact info
« Last Edit: January 09, 2018, 03:04:16 AM by Nuts n Volts »
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Re: FS: Electric R6 with Zero Motor
« Reply #1 on: January 02, 2018, 10:28:57 AM »

That is a really good-looking conversion. What kind of BMS runs and balances that battery?
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Re: FS: Electric R6 with Zero Motor
« Reply #2 on: January 02, 2018, 09:22:27 PM »

Thank you sir.  Currently no BMS.
Pack is manually top balanced using a PL8 balance charger.  I’ve done that twice, but wasn’t really needed the second time.  Undercharging to 108.3V (4.165V/cell) keeps me good on the top end and the controller power limits at the bottom. I’ve only hit the lower voltage/power limit about 5 times in regular use.  I plan to rebalance the battery before selling.

Also the bike was original setup for 28s, but I decided to experiment with opening one of the modules and it didn’t go so well so I just reset everything for 26s

The new Leaf modules should also be a drop in replacement. The 82Ah modules would drop right in, give you 8kWh and only add about 15-20lbs


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Re: FS: Electric R6 with Zero Motor
« Reply #3 on: January 09, 2018, 03:04:53 AM »

Price lowered. Motivated to sell. Probably going to part it out in a few weeks if I can’t sell the whole thing. 


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Re: FS: Electric R6 with Zero Motor
« Reply #4 on: January 18, 2018, 10:41:08 AM »

Trade you a Buell XB12R for it? Its loud.... lol
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Re: FS: Electric R6 with Zero Motor
« Reply #5 on: January 18, 2018, 10:13:51 PM »

Trade you a Buell XB12R for it? Its loud.... lol

I’ll pass for now. Thanks


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