48 Volt 500 Watt Motor, Controller, & Throttle Kit

Item: X98-1073

48 Volt 500 Watt Motor, Controller, & Throttle Kit

Item: X98-1073
$109.99
$109.99
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Save some money when you purchase this great 48 Volt 500 Watt motor, controller, & throttle kit. All three items at one low price.

C80-8733
48 Volt 500 Watt Electric Motor with 11 Tooth 8 mm 05T Chain Sprocket (MY1020) Here is a great electric powerhouse for for electric scooters and bikes.

Note: This motor is capable of rotation in either the clockwise or counterclockwise direction by reversing the motor's power wires.

T53-6119 (Full Grip Throttle)
Hand Throttle with 3 Wires
Electric scooter, pocket bike, and dirt bike 3 wire hand throttle. This is the most common type of throttle used on electric scooters.

T53-6109 (Half Grip Throttle)

Like the full grip throttle listed above, this three-wire hand throttle is typically used in a variety of electric scooter, pocket bike, and dirt bike applications. For situations where a half grip throttle would be more appropriate, we recommend this version of the kit.

Z09-1689
48 Volt 500 Watt Universal Speed & Voltage Controller
Seven connectors: motor, battery, indicator, to put, power locks, brake, and brake signal.

This controller comes with the most common wiring connections found on electric scooters. However, depending on your make and model, you may need to cut and splice a few but not all of the wires.

Questions & Answers

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i have a knock off of an e wheel 3 wheel scooter 48 volt 500 watt. can I trouble shoot controller with meter and do I need to trouble shoot motor also? electrical system works, horn, lights, beeps in reverse mode, etc. but wont move thank you
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We recommend getting the batteries voltage and load tested first for troubleshooting any electric scooter. Often times if a scooter sits for a few months without use or charge, the batteries lose their ability to hold a charge when put under the stress of running the scooter. A load test at a battery supply store will tell you if the batteries are good, or if they need to be replaced. Batteries are the most common replacement part for electric scooters.
same controller for brushed or brushless?

can a higher wattage controller be used on a lower wattage motor or vice versa?

do i need to check how many wire throttle?
Our universal controllers are made with brushed motors in mind, but it does not state if it is only for brushed or brushless motors. The brushed variety is just more common, so it is purchased for that more often.

Controllers can be a higher wattage than the motor, but the motor can never be higher than the controller. The voltage also needs to match across the controller, motor, and batteries. No one component should have a higher voltage rating than the rest.

Sadly, there is not an easy way to test the throttle. For most end-users, the only way to test it is trial and error via replacing the controller or getting the batteries voltage-tested and load-tested.

Specifications

Motor:
MODEL: MY1020 Motor by Unite Motor Co. Ltd.
TYPE: Brush
VOLTAGE: 48 Volt DC
RATED SPEED: 2500-3000 RPM
RATED CURRENT: 13.4 Amp
SPROCKET: 8 mm O5T Chain
OUTPUT: 500 Watts
WEIGHT: 9.25 lb

Throttle:
INSIDE THROTTLE DIAMETER: 7/8"
WIRE LENGTH: 61"

Controller:
VOLTAGE: 48 Volts>
CURRENT: 25 Amps maximum>