48v on XF07

sjpt

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What are the implications of changing a 36v XF07 to 48v? (standard Woosh XF07 kit with Lishui 17a controller).

Clearly a new battery is needed.
Would it need a new battery mount?
Would it need a new controller? (I guess yes)
Would it need a new display? (I guess no)
Would it still be OK without torque arms? (very robust steel tandem forks)
What haven't I thought of?

Not interested in more speed, but would like more torque at lowish speeds.
 

Woosh

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the 48V SWX02 kit or 48V DWG22C kit would power the XF07.
You need 48V KM529 LCD, 48V Lishui controller, 48V battery.
All the cablings and all dimensions remain same so the 'transplant' could be done in about 15 minutes. It does give you more torque but would rapidly damage the XF07's internal gears because it sends much more power to the motor.