The Go-Ped ESR 750H Hoverboard Li-Ion 24 is a top performing scooter based on the standard Go-Ped ESR750H. Instead of the Sealed Lead Acid Battery system used to power the standard ESR750H, the ESR750H Li-Ion 24 uses a three-battery, 24Ah Lithium-Ion battery system. This reduces the overall weight of the scooter while greatly enhancing range and battery cycle life. These batteries can be fully charged in 9.8 hours using the internal on-board battery charger, or in 4.5 with the included external battery charger.
The engine behind the Go-Ped ESR 750H Hoverboard Li-Ion 24 is a 24-Volt, direct current brush motor with an aluminum heat sink. The power controller which monitors and controls this engine is a programmable variable speed controller, which allows technicians or advanced users to modify the scooter’s performance and perform board diagnostics.
The Go-Ped ESR 750H Hoverboard Li-Ion 24 has two modes of operation, called “Econo” mode and “Turbo” mode. In Econo mode, the use can travel at up to 12 miles per hour, and their maximum range is expanded to 21 miles. In Turbo mode, the rider’s maximum range on this scooter is 12 miles, but the maximum speed available to them is extended up to 20 miles per hour.
The scooter is built around the signature style Go-Ped wooden deck and its 4130 Chromoly frame. Chromoly is a steel alloy containing chromium and molybdenum. The handlebar is made of hardened aluminum. Also built-in is Go-Ped’s C.I.D.L.I (“Cantilevered Independent Dynamic Linkless Indespension”)
The drive train is chain driven, and includes an auto-adjusting chain tensioner. The “Mad Dog” front disc brakes have a stainless steel “wave” disc rotor to enhance braking consistency. The Go-Ped ESR 750H Hoverboard Li-Ion 24 comes with a 90-day manufacturer’
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