Do these packs look ok?

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ebike11   100 kW

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Do these packs look ok?

Post by ebike11 » Oct 19 2019 5:54am

Hi all!
Could I get your thoughts on this pack and if I got 2 of them and wired them to get 72V, would it be suitable for a QS205 motor with a Sabvoton 72200 controller?
I know aliexpress is hit or miss, but I need a battery pack that is already assembled and plug and play? I have no way to build my own pack, no equipment for that type of thing plus it takes a bit of know-how. Its more comfortable for me to pay for the pack assembled. OR em3ev?? Hobbyking instead of ali? Thanks!!

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/3285023 ... b201603_52
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LeftieBiker   10 kW

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Re: Do these packs look ok?

Post by LeftieBiker » Oct 19 2019 6:23am

In that price range I'd get a Ping Pack, instead. I have two of them still going strong, one from 2014 before Ping was bought up, and one from 2015, after but still supervised by Mr. Ping.

ebike11   100 kW

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Re: Do these packs look ok?

Post by ebike11 » Oct 19 2019 6:29am

https://em3ev.com/shop/em3ev-72v-20s10p ... ah-29-5ah/

I found the 72v pack on em3ev as well

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