Bottom price for Cheap Electric Bicycle (EB-070) Wholesale to Malaysia

Bottom price for Cheap Electric Bicycle (EB-070) Wholesale to Malaysia

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Electronic specification
Motor brushless hub motor 250W
Battery 36V12AH/48V sealed lead-acid battery All battery with electric protection circuit
Dashboard  common meter
Controller Brushless controller
Charge AC 110V-240V  50/60HZ
Charging time 6-8 hours
Lamp LED
Performance & Main components
Max.speed 25km/h (EU) 25km/h(USA&Canada) ; 32km/h(Europe)
Range 40km(36V12AH)
Max load 120KGS100KGS
Tyres 24″x1.75
Product colour customer’s request
Front brake V brake
Front fork steel with suspension
Rear brake Expanding brake
Brake lever cut-off when braking
PAS with pedal
Throttle Twist intelligent speed control
Unit packaging Each in Color Box
N.W/G.W 36 kgs/40  kgs(  36V12AH)
Qty / Export carton 1   pc /ctn
Export carton dimension 150×26×74CM
1×20′footer FCL quantity 92 pcs
1×40′footer FCL quantity 184pcs
1X40′HQ 202pcs
Optional Parts
 Helmet +USD6.5
Tool Kits +USD2

The price above are based on FOB Ningbo(Zhejiang Province,China).

The quotation is valid within 15 days, we reserve the right to modify the prices if needed.

The prices above are for your reference only, it is subject to our final confirmation.


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    riley elwood asked “can you make a rubber band powered car out of 4 toothpicks 2 straws and 4 bottle caps”. I was going to add it to my list to do later but I couldn’t resist making it now. The video is virtually real time without any speeded up sections so the total build time was only about 15 minutes.

    The back toothpick simply has a very short piece of toothpick glued to it so it forms a hook to hold the band as you turn the axle.

    Measurements: How long is your straw? You need holes for the axles to go through and they need to be the same position on both straws or you car will not go straight. You need holes in both straws for the cross-members to go through and they need to be the same position on both straws or the car chassis will not be straight. Other than that you can put the holes anywhere you like on the straws. Probably as near to the end of the straw as you dare without weakening the straw. If you watch the video carefully you can see I am using a ruler that is marked in centimetres and it looks like I am probably marking the holes about one centimetre from the end and then the next hole about one centimeter from that.

    Making the holes might be an issue. Melting the plastic is better than trying to drill it or push a sharp spike through but it can be done. Using a hot wire or soldering iron may be a safety problem but you get a stronger hole. In the straws it is important that the holes for the cross members are a tight fit and the holes for the axles are very loose. The holes in the wheels need to be a very tight fit.

    “Does adding the clay make the car move further? If so, what is the science behind it?”
    The answer was already explained in the video. The car was too light so the wheels lacked grip and slipped on the floor, spinning round without moving forwards. Adding the clay to the wheels made them heavier so they had more grip, stopping them slipping, so they could drive the car forwards.
    The science is about friction.

    Main components
    4 toothpicks
    2 drinking straws
    4 bottle caps
    rubber bands or loom bands
    hot glue
    Modelling Clay for extra weight

    Main Tools
    Hot Glue Gun – If you get the relevant holes nice and tight you probably don’t need hot glue but I always like to use it.
    Soldering iron – At 03:45 I explain I am using my soldering iron to melt the holes. You could just use a sharp nail or a drill but using the soldering iron means there is no chance of the plastic splitting, you need a steady hand to do it.

    Filmed using FujiFilm FinePix S4800
    Edited using Serif MoviePlus Starter Edition

    Snowman plays247 asked “What other types of materials can you use other than straws?”. I have split the reply video over 4 episodes and placed it in it’s own playlist.

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    Connecting rubber bands
    Connecting the band to the axle
    Making the CD wheels
    CD Wheels with Cardboard Hubs
    Putting rubber tyres on CDs

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