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Hi everyone, Apologies if this has been asked before but while searching on the forum I couldn't find that specific info for my setup. I'm about to order a new battery as I'll soon be working "far away" from where I live. I have a fat Sondors 2015 with the 250w stock motor and a Storm Hot Rod 25amp controller from Luna Cycle. I want essentially to increase my range, but I wouldn't mind a bit of extra power as long as that doesn't hurt the motor. So my question is, am I better off buying a 36v battery with 17 or 20am, or would it be fine to buy a 48v 20ah as per the link below ? I'm thin
The 100%-Legality Project (for Germany) Alrighty, Ladies and Gentlemen... This is the (ongoing) story of my 100%-Legality Project (for Germany). Since my Sondors FAT would require to have an operating permit in order to get it insured and to be allowed to ride it legally, I decided to change the specs of my Sondors to turn it into a Pedelec. German regulations require a Pedelec to have a 250W motor and to have either no thumb throttle, or a thumb throttle which is limited to 6km/h (pushing aid). Further more, German regulations define a Pedelec as a bicycle, and bicycles do not requi
Hello! I have ordered a Sondors Fold the European edition (I live in Greece)..... (still waiting ) After reading many posts on the forum I got somehow confused. I know that because the new EU law all the ebikes operated in europe must have max a 250w motor and 25km/h max speed. In many posts I read that all Sondors with 250w motors, in fact are equiped with 350w motors and only the casing number changes and if you do also some changes from the lcd screen you can get even beter speed or power. Can we have a clear answer if the European edition Sondors have a trully 250w motor?