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Honda Cub Electric Conversion Kit

The Honda Cub is one of the most produced and most iconic bikes in history, and an electric version, is a bike we all wish Honda would build. Now, thanks to this all-inclusive kit developed by Shanghai Customs, you can convert the popular bike into a 100% electric bike! The eCUB kit provides everything you need to convert a Cub from petrol to electric power in less than a day, with basic mechanical skills and hand tools. The awesome ride combines the much loved Honda Super Cub chassis with a hub mounted 1000 watt electric motor, it has a removable Panasonic lithium-ion battery pack, and the ability to do a 25mile ride at an average speed of 30 mph. The electrified Honda Cub also features a rear disc brake, a custom leather seat, foot rests, adjustable shocks, high-powered LED headlight, a smartphone mount, and a LED taillight in the rear. A cool DIY project.

If you are not good with tools, the guys also sell a production-ready version




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