Avanti E-Foldster vs Super73 S2

Compare Specifications of Avanti E-Foldster and Super73 S2

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Avanti E-Foldster
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Super73 S2
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Technical Specifications
Fuel Electric Electric
Motor 250 Watt Shimano E5000 motor Class-1 Mode Output: 750 watts nominal / 1200 watt peak
Class-2 Mode Output: 750 watts nominal / 1200 watt peak (Default)
Class-3 Mode Output: 750 watts nominal / 1200 watt peak
Unlimited output: 1200 watts nominal / 2000 watt peak
Charging Time -- 6-7 hour / 3-4 hour
Maximum Torque 40 Nm --
Load Carrying Capacity -- 325lb
Seating Capacity -- 2-up seat, Optional: Single passenger Cafe Racer Style
Top Speed 25 kmph 32 kmph
Speed -- Class-1 Mode: 20mph (throttle deactivated, pedal assist only)
Class-2 Mode: 20mph Class-3 Mode: 28mph (throttle deactivated, pedal assist only) Unlimited Mode: 28mph +
Riding Modes -- 4 modes (ECO, TOUR, SPORT, SUPER)
Battery E8014 418Wh battery 960 watt-hours, 21700 cells
Charger -- 3A (6-7 hour charge time) / Optional: 5A (3-4 hour charge time)
Display -- Transflective monochromatic LCD display with Bluetooth connectivity
Frame Lightweight alloy folding frame with semi-integrated battery and mid drive Shimano motor - KlickFix heatube port and ABUS lock port included 6061 / 7005 Aluminum Alloy, 1-1/8" to 1.5" tapered head tube
Stem Alloy folding --
Handle Bar Alloy Riser, 15 mm degree bend --
Fork Lightweight full alloy --
Seatpost Alloy with micro-adjust --
Grip Ergonomic comfort --
Crankset Shimano E5010 with CR050 Alloy, 44T chainwheel 125mm alloy crank arms, 36T chainring / Optional: 44T chainring for 10-speed gearing
Pedals Wellgo folding --
Chain KMC E-bike chain --
Shifters Shimano Nexus 7sp RapidFire Plus --
Gear -- Single-speed 16T rear cog /10 speed gearing (11-36T):
Saddle Selle Royal Lookin comfort with RoyalGel padding --
Headset Semi Integrated headset --
Derailleur Rear -- Single-speed fixed gear/ 10 speed Shimano Zee: optional accessory sold separately.
Hub Front Shimano Nexus 7sp Disc --
Hub Rear Shimano TX505 Centrelock 36H 9 x 135mm, steel axle
Spoke Stainless Steel --
Cassette Shimano 18T --
Bottom Bracket -- 120mm sealed bearing, square taper
Headlamp -- High output triple LED Halo
Taillamp -- Roxim R3E LED w/ brake light
Tyres
Front Kenda Konversion 20x1.95 with Iron Cap Belt & AV tube 20 x 4.5"
Inner tubes: 20" x 4.5-5", angled valve stem
Rear Kenda Konversion 20x1.95 with Iron Cap Belt & AV tube 20" x 5" BDGR All-Terrain
Inner tubes: 20" x 4.5-5", angled valve stem
Wheel / RIM -- Rims: 20" x 100mm alloy with lightening cutouts
Brakes
Front 180 mm Centrelock Rotors Shimano MT200 Hydraulic Disc Tektro Hydraulic, 2-piston forged aluminum caliper, 180mm
Rear 160 mm Centrelock Rotors Shimano MT200 Hydraulic Disc Tektro Hydraulic, 2-piston forged aluminum caliper, 180mm
Brake Lever Shimano MT200 Hydraulic --
Suspension
Front -- Air Spring Fork with adjustable Pre-load, Compression, and Rebound damping, 120mm travel, 32mm stanchion
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Colors Available
Colors Black / Green Galaxy Black
Apollo White
Hudson Blue


Physical Specs
Length -- --
Weight -- 33 kg
Seat Height -- 310
Overview
About 32kph for NZ model, 25kph for AU model Read More --
Features - Lightweight alloy folding bike with smooth and powerful Shimano mid drive motor
- Shimano hub gearing and hydraulic disc brakes for smooth and controlled braking
- E-bike powered lights, rear rack and full fenders for any weather or light conditions
- Easy fold design that's light enough to carry up stairs, in the office, boat or camper van
- KlickFix frame closure & headtube port plus ABUS lock port* and battery lock (so one key can lock battery and lock*)
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Additional Details Sizes : 20" Wheel
Stand : Alloy twin-leg, centre mount
Folded Dimensions - L82cm*H78cm*W42cm
Stand : Alloy twin-leg, centre mount
KlickFix headtube port
Rear alloy carrier rack
Full fenders
Rider's Height: 5'3" - 6'8".
DC/DC Converter: 48v to 12v (120 watt)
Turn Signals: Optional accessory sold separately
Horn: Roxim ZHRK-01 w/ integrated horn switch
Throttle: Thumb throttle

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