Lithium batteries for Gigabyke Groove

Lysle

New Member
I'm Lysle from Clarkston Mi. My bike is a $590. Ancheer 20" bought on ebay which I like very much. (My fifth e bike)

I just ran across your May 2016 review of the Gigabyke Groove and a gentleman from Canada asked a question about lithium batteries. The Canadian scooter Emmo Urban looks identical and offers 2 lithium options. Just google Emmo.
 
The Emmo Lithium option is a rip-off.
I modified my Gigabyke Groove with this Lithium battery ($550) that fits in the compartment (needs some additional padding to hold it secure, and some minor EE work to wire up):
http://calibike.com/product/48v20t-...angle-pack-battery-and-charger-1-yr-warranty/

It has worked like a charm. Gives me about 25 miles of range, compared to the ~15 miles I had with a new stock Gigabyke battery (talking real-life commuting miles, not advertising miles). Still wish I had more range though. The battery above fits but there is still plenty more space for additional battery volume.
 

marcozooniga

New Member
The Emmo Lithium option is a rip-off.
I modified my Gigabyke Groove with this Lithium battery ($550) that fits in the compartment (needs some additional padding to hold it secure, and some minor EE work to wire up):
http://calibike.com/product/48v20t-...angle-pack-battery-and-charger-1-yr-warranty/

It has worked like a charm. Gives me about 25 miles of range, compared to the ~15 miles I had with a new stock Gigabyke battery (talking real-life commuting miles, not advertising miles). Still wish I had more range though. The battery above fits but there is still plenty more space for additional battery volume.
Hello how would you modify it EE work? Any videos or advice on how to hook it up?
Thanks
Marco