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Honda eCub Electric Conversion Kit

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Oct 18, 2018

Category: Rides

The Honda Cub is the world’s most widely produced motor vehicle of all time, with over 100 million built. Unfortunately, it’s set up to go the way of the dodo, just like all other gas-powered vehicles, as electric powertrains continue to gain traction. Luckily, if you want to preserve yours, you now can with Shanghai Customs’ Honda eCub Conversion Kit.

You’ll need a bit of mechanical savvy to get the job done, but this kit includes literally everything you need to turn your Honda Cub into an all-electric bike — including an electric motor, a charger, a digital display, and more. There’s even a full set of plug-and-play wires to make the build even easier. And it’s not just the powertrain systems, either, the kit also comes with new disc brakes, a custom seat, a handlebar yolk, and so much more. The only thing you have to decide is whether you want an included battery or not — which makes the price either $2,799 or $1,799, respectively.

Purchase: $1,799+

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