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07-01-2009, 01:25 AM
The DAX 80f is only on there to check for fit. I bought a 24v 20ah Li-Ion pack for the e-zip. Then discovered shortly after that the laws had changed in NH. Now I can run a gasser. I'm considering selling the Li-Ion pack too get the parts required to put the DAX on the e-zip.
The DAX currently resides here:
07-01-2009, 03:43 PM
Hey there ozzy i like the thought of buying that battery from you....just wondering how much an item like that would cost.... if you sell it.... how could you make the tribrid?...with the factory batteries?
07-06-2009, 09:31 AM
I paid $500 for it. Sounds like a lot but it lasts 2000 cycles. I have only gotten the SLA's to last 200. Well, that was before I discovered electronic desalinators which brings the SLA's back to nearly condition. The pack does have enough weight to hold the battery connectors down. You have to lock it to keep it in place. It feels like you have no batteries. It has the range of 2 SLA battery packs. Plus no SLA lag up hills! It was the first one Terry at Hightekbikes.com did. I don't know if he's done others since. It only has about a dozen cycles on it now. I couldn't take any less than $350 for it. Shop around you won't find a 24v 20ah Lithium pack custom built for less. I would also need an e-zip pack minus the batt's to put my batt's back into.
07-06-2009, 04:29 PM
hey oz if i could save my grass cutting money i might be able to do that.....i could give you my whole pack with batteries too..... it was hard enough to buy the motor kit.
07-06-2009, 07:05 PM
If your really interested. I could wait til Halloween. I planned on doing it over the winter anyway.
07-08-2009, 04:41 PM
I would hate for you to wait on me... if you could sell it go ahead... but if there comes a time when i could get it ill ask you about it... it would be awsome...
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