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Electric Bicycle Kit 1000W

Electric Bicycles / April 6, 2021

This high power electric bike kit from Dillenger delivers 1000W and peaks at 1200W. Giving you more than enough to propel you up to 45 km/h. Along with the high power comes high torque, thanks to our capable 48 volt motor. You will no longer struggle up hills, sweating; you will fly up them, grinning ear to ear.

Included Upgrades

Dillenger’s 1000W electric bike kit comes with a few freebies and upgrades. Military grade plugs have replaced the old wiring connections. Our latest version of the rear rack is now suitable for both hard tail and dual suspension bikes as well as being free with this kit. The display comes upgraded to LCD – displaying speed, distance and charge level metrics.

Pedal Assist

Along with the throttle override, we have built this kit with five levels of pedal assist to give you the option to get as much or as little exercise as you want. A lower setting means that the motor is not helping you as much while you are pedalling. At full assist, the motor delivers higher power so you use minimal energy while cycling.

Large Battery

To power such a large motor reliably, we needed to come up with a great battery. This Lithium Ion Polymer electric bike battery has a nominal voltage of 48V and an actual voltage of 54.6V, making it perfect for the job. Not only does it deliver reliable power, it also has a capacity of 480-watt hours, which is enough to get you 35 to 50 km of range.

Will this kit fit my bike?

There are thousands of different bikes out there, so there is no list to guarantee that any electric bike kit will fit any style of bike. However almost all bikes, whether they are mountain bikes, road bikes, cruisers, choppers, BMX and most other variants have very similar measurements.

  • Standard axle slot width at approximately 10mm.
  • Standard front and rear fork dropout widths at approximately (+/-5mm) 100mm and 135mm.

When installing a kit, these are the most important measurements, so they are the ones we focus on, making our electric bike kits as close to universally compatible as you could get.

If you are not sure about what rim size you should be buying, the information you need to know should be on the tyre sidewall of the bike you are converting.

Will the 700C Kit Fit My 29er?

There is often confusion around this question. If your wheel is a 29er, 28″ or 700C, the correct kit for your bike is the 700C. The 29ers can have wider rims and hubs, so double check the dropout clearance prior to ordering. We have not yet had a 700C, 28″ or 29er that has been incompatible. So long as you select the 700C listing and use the tyre that was on your wheel, your 29er will make a great electric bike.

Our 1, 000W hub motors use a freewheel 'screw-on' style thread to mount a single, 6, 7, 8 or 9 speed gear set. This is something you can buy from Dillenger or from a bike shop however we do suggest purchasing a new freewheel because some bicycles may have a splined cassette which is incompatible and those that have a freewheel style gear set may have troubles removing it from the bicycle. The simple solution is to buy the correct gear set from us when purchasing your kit!

Source: dillengerelectricbikes.com.au