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8fun Bafang BBS03/BBSHD Lastest Model 48V 1000W Ebike Electric Bicycle Motor Mid Drive Electric Bike Conversion Kit (68MM-850C)

8fun Bafang BBS03/BBSHD Lastest Model 48V 1000W Ebike Electric Bicycle Motor Mid Drive Electric Bike Conversion Kit...

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$761.99 2 new from $755.00
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Features
  • Free install tools in package
  • Provide us warranty service
  • Color display 850C/BB length:68/100/120mm
  • Controller :integrated inside the motor
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Misc.
Brand
8fun
Label
Bafang
Product Group
Sports
Publisher
Bafang
Size
68MM-46T-850C
Studio
Bafang
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Bafang BBS03/BBSHD Lastest model 48V 1000W mid drive motor electric bike conversion kit Powerful. Cost effecitive. Compatible with 68mm 100mm 120mm Axle Maintenance and easy to install Max speed : 45km/h About the mid motor kit Powerful. Cost effecitive. Compatible with 68mm Axle Maintenance and easy to install Max speed : 45km/h 46T Chain Wheel Packing list 1.Bafang central Motor(with integrated controller and PAS sensor) 1pcs 2.C965 LCD display 1set 3.brake lever 1 pair 4.thumb throttle 1set 5.chain wheel 1pc 6.chain cover 1pc 7.crank 1pair 8.speed sensor and magnets 1set 9.1 to 4 cables 1pc 10.nuts 1set 

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Electric bikes obviously consume energy, where a conventional bikes does not (if we ignore the environmental cost of growing and processing food – see below). However, the amount of energy used is very small compared to a moped, motorcycle or car. The only consumables are the batteries, and these can normally be recycled when life-expired. As for energy use, electric bikes typically consume fuel at an average rate of 100 to 150 watts of electrical energy, against 15,000 or so for a car (admittedly traveling much faster). In terms of fuel consumption, an electric bike achieves about 290 – 700 liters/kilometer. No other commercially available vehicle can match figures of this kind. If it’s hard to place these numbers in your own lifestyle, think of a 100 watt electric light bulb burning unnecessarily for an evening – that’s enough energy to propel an electrically-assisted bike for 35-70 km…

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