NAMI Burn-e 72V 28AH

This Nami Burn-e is equipped with a large 72V 28Ah battery with standard capacity 18650 cells which are among the most efficient cells on the market. Two powerful brushless motors of 1000W each for a total of 2000W, with a peak at 5040W, gives this scooter monstrous torque. To slow down the 47kg of the Burn-e, Nami has chosen to equip its electric scooter with Logan...

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This Nami Burn-e is equipped with a large 72V 28Ah battery with standard capacity 18650 cells which are among the most efficient cells on the market.

Two powerful brushless motors of 1000W each for a total of 2000W, with a peak at 5040W, gives this scooter monstrous torque.

To slow down the 47kg of the Burn-e, Nami has chosen to equip its electric scooter with Logan 2 piston hydraulic disc brakes with 160mm disc, as well as the traditional electromagnetic brakes adjustable in intensity, which equip the majority of current electric scooters.

Nami has innovated and installed a large waterproof colour display on the Viper Burn-e 2! 5 driving modes are available and the settings of the two controllers are independent: you can therefore independently adjust the acceleration power of the front and rear motors, but also the intensity of the electric braking to establish a perfect balance between the front and back according to your preferences!

NAMI engineers have opted for 30 amp Sinewave controllers, allowing for quieter motors.

For riding comfort, the Burn-e electric scooter is equipped with two adjustable 165mm hydraulic coil suspension. A powerful 2000 Lumen headlight is positioned on the upper part of the scooter, under the handlebars, for optimal lighting. A motorcycle-type horn is also fitted.

The steering column is entirely in carbon, the frame in 6082 aviation aluminium and the folding mechanism is machined 304 stainless steel.

The Nami Burn-e is fitted with 90 / 65-6.5 road or off road tubeless tyres on demand, on 11 inches rims.

Queensland Rules for Personal Mobility Devices

Please ensure you are aware of the rules in relation to electric scooters in Queensland (or the state you reside).  The current Queensland rules can be found HERE.

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