hill climber fast e-bike conversion kit

A solid buy
 

I am 175, plus my bike TOTAL Weight: around 200 Installation: Simple. 5 minutes to get it up and running. My USAGE: I’ve had the 30k conversion kit for 3 months. This has been my method of transportation to work and school. I will use my bike 6-7 times a week typically ranging around 16.9 miles (google maps and a phone app that tracks distance) a day. 

*I use the kit more as a petal assist to keep my average speed around 14-18 MPH.*
Without pedaling I get: 14-17 mph on flat ground with low wind 17.. High winds (WIND: 12-20 mph) around 14 mph 6-10 mph hills moderate in steepness.. Wind will slow you down more. 

MAX DISTANCE:
Pedal assist method: you’ll get 20 miles if you use the kit the entire time you bike.
button only: 12-15 miles depending on conditions (hills, wind, terrain).

Climb POWER:
If you have moderate hills, you’ll be good to go. Anything more, you’ll need to help it out.

Conclusion:
This kit gets the job done. If you pedal along with this kit you will be fine. When I refer to pedaling, I mean a light (minimal effort) pedaling. My comparison would be this: before this kit my typical effort input going to and from work/school (the 16 mile commute) would be about 8-9 (out of 10). With this kit however, my effort input would be about 4-5 (out of 10). The 5 would be if I want to get places faster. This Is worth the money and I recommend it to my friends so they can keep up with me.
I plan on upgrading after next years tax return

TIPS:
-When charging: make sure the switch is OFF! (this is specified in the instructions, so read them.. I learned the hard way)
-The spokes have an odd gauge. I alternated between 11,12, and 13. I had to improvise on 2 of them to get the tire re-aligned.
-The battery bag is starting to open up where the wires come out, so be ready to do some sewing.

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