For Sale Woosh SWX02 48v kit with 15ah battery and additional 100cst motor

tprime74

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jul 11, 2020
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Hi,

For sale is a SWX02 48V woosh kit that was fitted to my MTB for around 1600 miles. However I am unable to get the freewheel or side plate off the original motor, which makes me suspect the end/side plate has fractured. However with the kit I will also include an Aikema motor that I purchased with the intention of using as a replacement. Both motors have been built into 28 inch or 29er or 700c rims. The original 48V SWX02 motor was rebuilt into a dtswiss 28 inch trekking rim with DTswiss double butted spokes and sapim nipples. This has been used for around 600 miles on top of the 1000 miles the original rim covered. The Aikema motor has been built into a WTB SX19 rim with double butted spokes and sapim nipples.

The Aikema wheel will also come with an 8 speed Shimano cassette HG51. The kit is in working order, the battery was discharged to storage voltage before being stored over winter. There is some scuffs and scrapes to the battery casing but this is cosmetic only. Both wheels have Schwalbe Big Apples fitted. The aikema wheel/motor has never been used.

The only parts that are missing from the kit are a elongated washer for the battery mount (only one is present) and the pedal sensor. These can be acquired from Woosh. I will be removing the brake disc from the SWX02 motor/wheel. I still have the original box but since I have rebuilt the motor into a larger rim it will no longer fit.

I would prefer collection given the size of the wheels and amount of bits with the kit.

Looking for £250.00 Kit is located in Runcorn, Cheshire

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Woosh

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May 19, 2012
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However I am unable to get the freewheel or side plate off the original motor
the thread on the freewheel is left hand.
have you tried clamping the freewheel socket to a vice?
 

tprime74

Finding my (electric) wheels
Jul 11, 2020
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Freewheel will turn freely in either direction. Looking through gap it looks like part of side plate is turning with it. I struggled to undo the screws on the side plate as I don’t have a screwdriver that fits well enough.
 

Woosh

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May 19, 2012
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Southend on Sea
wooshbikes.co.uk
I put the motor on two blocks of wood and use an impact screwdriver when the screws on the sideplate is too tight to be unscrewed with a normal screwdriver.
last resort, send your motor to Southend.