Mangosteen M1P chopper scooter is well known as Eahora m1p scooter too. It’s one of the most popular powerful adult chopper style Mangosteen scooter. It’s equipped with 2000W or 3000W powerful motor, 60V 20ah or 30Ah removable battery.
For the Eahora m1p was issued with 2000W motor power certificate ( certificate of conformity and Manufacturer of Origin ) so all Eahora m1p and Mangosteen m1p chopper were equipped with 2000w motor. The 2000W motor can go to max 60km/h after release the speed. As an eye-catching awesome electric motorcycle, 60km/h seems not enough, you can upgrade it to 3000W and go up to 80km/h with a lot more torque, from 124N.m to 186N.m, that means you can climb 35 degrees steep slope without a problem.
For the Eahora m1p 3000W motor need match 3000W version controller and battery with 3000W BMS. Besides, In addition, in order to separate the 2000W and 3000W electronic control systems to avoid damage caused by wrong connection, Eahora m1p 3000W version uses different connectors. So you need change the harness wire, and power cable too.
step 1: remove the oil tank
step 2: remove the 2000W controller and remove all the connections from the 2000w harness wiring
step 3: remove all the battery plastic covers on the pedal, remove the power cable and motor cable, remove the rear brake and remove the 2000w motor.
step 4: put the 3000w motor ( with tire ) on （The brake column should be aligned with the slot，put motor wire downside）put the motor cable in the tube
step 5: assemble the 3000w controller (tight the screws ) connect power cable and connect with the 3000w harness wiring
step 6: connect the speaker
step 7: connect motor wires to the controller (yellow to yellow, green to green, blue to blue
step 8: connect the speed limit wire with power cable, and connect to the controller ( red is +, black is -)
step 9: Connect the motor hall cable, the convertor and alarm, the electric door lock cable, switch cable, rear light, speedometer, headlight, mobile charger cable, Brake cut-off switch, turning light, flasher
step 10: connect the battery and test the electronic control system.
step 11: finish the rest assembling.