E-bike hub motor kit 72V 2000W 17 inch

It just takes two to six hours to assemble this 17-inch, 72V, 2000W hub motor kit for an e-bike. This hub motor can support loads of between 250 and 290 kg. The motor voltage is 72V, and any Li-ion 72V 45 Ah or LFP battery that we advise using can be used (LIFEPO4).

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A 72V 2000W hub motor kit with a 17-inch wheel size is a robust setup for an electric bike conversion. Here’s what you can expect from such a kit:

  1. Power and Speed: With a 2000W motor and 72V battery, you can expect high performance and acceleration. This setup should provide ample power for climbing hills and reaching higher speeds compared to lower-powered electric bikes. However, keep in mind that the actual top speed and performance will depend on factors like rider weight, terrain, and aerodynamics.
  2. Hub Motor: Hub motors are popular for their simplicity and reliability. The motor is integrated into the wheel hub, providing direct drive propulsion. Make sure the motor is compatible with your bike’s wheel size and axle specifications for proper fitment.
  3. Battery: A 72V battery pack will likely consist of lithium-ion cells configured to achieve the desired voltage. Look for a battery with sufficient capacity (measured in ampere-hours, Ah) to provide the range you need for your rides. Higher power motors like a 2000W one can drain the battery faster, so consider your range requirements accordingly.
  4. Controller and Wiring: The kit should include a controller to regulate the power flow from the battery to the motor. Ensure that the controller is matched to the motor and battery voltage for optimal performance. Proper wiring and connectors are crucial for safety and reliability.
  5. Installation: Installing a hub motor kit involves removing the existing wheel and replacing it with the motor wheel, connecting the controller, mounting the battery pack, and wiring everything together. Depending on your mechanical skills and experience, you may choose to install it yourself or seek assistance from a bike mechanic.
  6. Legal Considerations: Be aware of the regulations in your area regarding the use of e-bikes. Laws may dictate maximum power and speed limits, where you can ride, and whether registration or licensing is required for higher-powered electric bikes.

What is a hub motor eBike?

A Hub Motor Scooter Kit 72V 2000W Hub motor Kit 17 inch for E-Bike is the most common type of motor you’ll see on cheaper E-bikes, with the motor integrated into the front or rear wheel.
The latter is more common, but a few e-bikes even have motors on both wheels. A hub drive directly applies torque to the wheel, operating independently of your bike’s gears. e-bike hub motor or mid-drive motor is a BLDC motor. that can’t run on DC directly, it needs a controller. The controller takes the DC and converts it into a variable frequency 3 phase AC
A hub motor commonly is planned in one of three arrangements. Considered least down to earth is a hub motion engine, where the stator windings are commonly sandwiched between sets of magnets. The other two arrangements are both radial designs with the motor magnets bonded to the rotor; in one, the inner rotation motor, the rotor sits inside the stator, as in a conventional motor. In the other, the outer-rotation motor, the rotor sits outside the stator and rotates around it. The application of hub motors in vehicular uses is still evolving, and neither configuration has become standard.


Rated voltage72
Rated power2000
Peak power4590
no-load RPM595
tire Size90-100/17
Max torque64
carrying capacity200-350 kg

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