Bike Conversion Guide Information

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The before picture


Here is Steve‘s bike. A classic Schwinn, full suspension with a very unique frame style! This bike was a pleasure to convert And I had a lot of fun doing it. Please check out pictures of my battery build.

Strip handle bars


Remove the grips, shifter and brake levers. If you have a grip shift, sorry but that has to be moved all the way to the left, unless you have a thumb throttle. We have all types available. Then the right brake lever throttle and finally your grips.

Then we do the same for the left side.

Mount your display play and buttons.



Display S830

Mount the rear motor


This can be a tough process by your self. You will need to spread the swing arm for a little to insert the washers. If you don’t you will not be able to reach your lowest gear without the chain rubbing on the frame. Ask a friend for help, or we can do it for you!

Mount the controller


Find a good spot for the battery and controller.

Steve's bike


The bike is finally done. It's very fast topping out at 47 mph. Decided to go with a 48v battery for this reason. I actually rebuilt a battery so Steve will be safe.

13s5p 48v for Steve’s bike in "Ibera" triangle bag!

Summer Special! $50 battery diagnostic which will be applied to repair

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