I thought I would upload all the parts I use to convert so far a couple of old petrol GoPed Bigfoot scooters to electric. As well as these parts you clearly need a bunch of other stuff including metal brackets to mount the drive train and a bunch of electronics, which includes but is not limited to:
A 80-ish tooth and 11-12 tooth chain drive set plus chain, typically used for Mini-Moto and other scooters. I bought mine from Petrolscooter.co.uk.
A couple of Multistar 16ah 4S batteries which are arranged in series to product 8S of Lipo voltage (33-ish volts).
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