Modified Power Wheels Scooter motor build. 24v 50amp esc Viper rubber tires #powerwheelsaustralia

Modified Power Wheels Scooter motor build. 24v 50amp esc Viper rubber tires #powerwheelsaustralia


I picked up this,kids Trax Viper 2 seats doors open foot pedal see under there,its already has a steel chassis time to do some modifications i have this donor car Mini Cooper S , it only a single seater i have a link to the video using these rims and use these road tires 4.10/3.50 4 inch rims 2 X 24 volt 350 watt motors belt drive i want to keep the belt drive set up axle lathed to 10mm bearings with a 10mm inside diameter fits on there like that front spindle machined down to 10mm to fit the front wheels I will strip down this car for the bits and pieces i am using this motion dynamics speed controller this one has regen braking they are a good speed controller,I dont have to use a mechanical brake and that speeds up the build time Hall effect pedal you got your positive
your negative and then the control line rated 50 amp speed controller i have used them in a few of my rides these are belt drive motors, when you wire them up,one motor is going forward and the other motor is in reverse These are bi directional motors i use a 20mm square tube with long bolts to the motor mount base plate using a BMX bike chain tensioner to tension up the belt .have the 4 bolts loose so the motors slides back I’ve used this design with success and no welding involved with the frame design involved in the framework and then
obviously bolt these through the body these wheels were off a Chinese 49cc ATV
the wheels were the front wheels have a disc brake on there and I’ve just
basically mounted the belt sprocket to the disc the motor will sit up here probably may have to make some extension on this
I try to minimize any cutting in here because it’s sort of part of the
structural integrity of the of the ride if I did a live axle setup,this one
its a good set because I can put the pillow block bearings on top of that
and then if I had a sprocket i could cut around here and mount the motor up here not enough room here for the motor bingo that’s gonna
work,enough thread through there for a bolt there enough space there for the wheel i can make a PVC spacer paint the rims white,change the tires to the road tread pattern we’re taking the seats off so this is
obviously the original 12 volt battery Anderson plug style connector probably keep the batteries in the
underneath the seat so we can fit one 12-volt there and another 12-volt
there makingit 24 volt relay is rated at maximum 14V you will fry the relay if you over volt this car more than 14V best to rewire with a new harness and only go to 18V with these plastic gearbox’s over volting to 24v could possibly result in a runaway car, a increase of amps underload can fuse the foot pedal DANGEROUS can utilise the wiring for the new motor /speed controller set up flip it over
and we’ll have a look underneath and we’ll see how i can fit these motors into position that looks like a good spot,both sprockets are in line and there is room for tensioning of the belt it’s looking pretty good road tread pattern looks good on these rims,even better when i paint them white all right to the front end now I’m gonna
muck around the steering what i do like about this full metal frame is I
don’t have to build one but I can see that
this bar the back is a bit flimsy to mount the motor to so I’ll go back to
put another 20 mmm square tube on there I’ll reinforce it put a few bolts
through that plastic might even put a bit of checka plate on the inside but
I’ll go with that line because the motor will sit on there fine, it gives me a
bit of adjustment and it should line up with the sprocket what I did discover
was that spindle I made up didn’t fit so I’ve gone back to the donor car spindles
they are sitting a bit higher so I’m gonna chop off about probably 20 mm
there and that’ll actually lower the front end you can sort of see there a
bit of a gap in there with the guards the front inner guard there can come down
but apart from that it’s looking pretty cool,it’s a low rider,but I’m just
gonna have to leave it there until I get back to it next Sunday and I’ll start to have a look at what else i have to do, obviously the batteries and speed control the wiring it up but
anyway that’s it ,we will see you on the next video

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