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  1. Here are some more pics of the inside. This is a 36V 14ah battery pack for reference. I assume, based on the label, that the red cells are panasonic batteries. The blue cells are not batteries, but just standoffs to support the internal pack frame.
  2. Actually, the blue one's aren't batteries. They are just standoffs for internal frame. I inspected them and they aren't connected to anything. There's actually a ton of open slots, even in the area where the red batteries are. I can take it apart again and verify what type the red batteries are.
  3. I couldn't find any pictures of the inside of the Sondors Triangle Battery case, so I thought I'd post some pictures here. I'd really like to keep this case because it looks nice and fits into the bike case nicely, plus it has a lock, so I'm trying to determine if I can just upgrade the pack inside the case. There is a bunch of empty spots, so this has room to be a bigger, more powerful pack, which is probably how they do the stock 48V packs.
  4. Thanks to all of you for the great info! I will spend some time going through the threads you have suggested. So many great options and builds! Can't wait to start upgrading!
  5. I just recently got my Sondors Original with upgraded 36V battery and LCD. It's pretty good on flat ground and very slight inclines, but has a tough time on any type of grade and unfortunately there is a grade on the way to and from work. All this to say, I'm interested in adding a second 350W motor to the front wheel and create an AWD Sondors. I've been trying to research this for hours online, but I can't seem to find the necessary info and thought maybe someone here could help me. I want to use my existing upgraded 36V battery to power both motors, have one throttle to power both (50/50), and one LCD (preferably the one I got with the bike) to control both and provide PAS for both. Is this even possible? If so, what do I need to do to make it so?
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