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Electric Bike
How to Make Electric Bike at Home
I make an electric bicycle with speedometer from brushed motor it can run 30 -35 km / charge

& speed about 25km/h

Lets start-

video link part – 1

Video link part – 2

Testing video

speedometer fitting

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Step 1: Basic Needs
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1 ) 24 v DC Geared motor (MY1016Z)

2) controller 24v

3) Throttle 24v

4) battery 12v X2 (14 amp)

5) Dual freewheel ( I make it own)

6) chain

7) wire

8) a bicycle

etc—

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Step 2: Making Dual Freewheel
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I make dual free wheel from van rickshaw rear wheel hub.I cut some thread from it

And joint two normal freewheel together

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Step 3: Fitting Motor & Battery
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I make a stand on rear wheel of my cycle by welding it (but i can remove by unscrew nut)

and insert dual free wheel and small chain.

I fit motor on stand using screw & adjust chain.

I also make a box for carry battery

You can see this video

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Step 4: Connection
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I install a Throttle and a plastic box for controller

There after connect battery,Throttle,motor to controller

I also use a mofet ignition switch ,it connect to controller.

now it is running…….
Remove the wheel you need to replace. Begin by opening the rim or cantilever brake using the lever (if applicable). If the bike has disc brakes, remove the retaining or cotter pin or the clips or springs that hold the pads in place. Pull the pads out with needle-nose pliers and set them aside.[7]
To remove the front wheel, turn the bike over so it’s sitting on the seat and handlebars, then flip the quick-release lever over to the “open” position. Then, simply lift the front wheel off of the bike.[8]
To remove the back wheel, crouch behind the bike. Hold the frame with your non-dominant hand and use your dominant hand to pull the derailer backward. Then lift the bike frame up and off of the rear wheel with your non-dominant hand and unhook the chain with your dominant hand.[9]
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Transfer the tire and inner tube from the old wheel to the new wheel. Let the air out of the old tire and use a tire lever to separate the tire from the wheel. Pull off both the tire and the inner tube. Reverse the process to install the tire and inner tube on the wheel that came with the conversion kit.[10]
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Put the wheel with the electric hub on your bike and connect the brake components. Simply reverse the process you used to remove the wheel in order to reinstall it. Be sure to adjust the chain so it fits properly if you’re replacing the back wheel. If the bike has rim or cantilever brakes, simply close them over the new wheel using the lever. If the bike has disc brakes, put the pads back in place and secure them using the clips, springs, or cotter or retaining pin.[11]
Adjust the brakes as needed, either by aligning the calipers (for mechanical brakes) or pumping the brake lever (for hydraulic brakes).

Part
3
Adding the Other Electric Parts
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Attach the speed controller and the throttle. Follow the directions in the conversion kit for installing these 2 parts using the included hardware. Use the provided bolts to secure the speed controller to the frame of the bike above the chain. Then, attach the throttle to the handlebars so it’s easy to reach.[12]
If you have any other accessories, attach them as well. Secure the speed sensor to the back wheel and connect any displays and gauges to the handlebars with the included hardware.

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