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  • Dillenger/Crystalyte 3,600W High Voltage 40mph Conversion Kit

    Dillenger has developed the first commercially available 'plug and play' 72V conversion kit now available in limited numbers. We certainly have no shortage of high powered off road kits in our range, however this is an all new level of performance. The patented Dillenger Hardcase houses a high drain, high capacity 72V 12.5Ah (900Wh) battery pack which can be mounted safely to most large size mountain bike hard tail frames (and some dual suspensions frames). The Hardcase system makes it possible to run the right size battery system for this kit, without the dreaded soft bags. The Hardcase battery features the same safeguards, redundancies and warranties as our 36V and 48V packs. This kit has been in development for too long and we're stocked to be able to now offer this kit, the most powerful plug and play conversion kit - in the world.

    All customers are required to sign this waiver (link) after purchase, prior to dispatch.

    Regular Price: $2,199.00

    Special Price $1,299.00

  • Dillenger/Crystalyte 6,500W High Voltage 40mph Conversion Kit

    The fastest, highest powered plug and play conversion kit in the world is now on the market. The Dillenger/Crystalyte 6,500W kit uses the best components from Dillenger, Crystalyte, Grin and LG to create one absolute monster of a conversion kit. This is manufactured for the custom bike build market. The power and torque of this kit makes it considerably unsuitable for the majority of regular bike frames. Whilst the kit comes with Dillenger's 'Mega torque arms' which remove the risk of the bikes dropouts from spinning out, the performance is just not suitable for most 'bicycles'. If you're building a custom e-bike and you're looking for a state of the art, high powered system with plug and play connectivity and the most power possible, then this kit is for you.

    All customers are required to sign this waiver (link) after purchase, prior to dispatch.

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