500W/750W Front Geared Hub Motor


(4 customer reviews)

48V 500W/750W Geared hub motor kit

Motor weight 4kg

Motor peak torque 100Nm

Suitable for utility or heavy duty bikes

Not recommended for commuters or urban use




900W Max Power using 48V 20A controller 40km/h (limited to 32km/h) or 1200W using 48V 25A controller, 50km/h (limited to 32km/h), front hub motor, small size with simple structure, light weight and long life, super power, high efficiency, beautiful, high speed motor with gear, drive is very free and fluent, best choice for Li-ion battery on e-bike for rough road, higher weights and higher grade-ability.

  •  Motor Type: DC Brushless Geared Hub Motor
  • Motor Power: 500W/750W 
  • Voltage: 48V
  • Max Torque: 100Nm @20A,  125Nm @25A
  • Efficiency ≥80%
  • 36 Spokes
  • Flange for disc brake
  • Waterproof connector
  • Axle=100mm, Diameter=177mm.
  • Weight=4kg
  • Phase angle 120 degree
  • Manufacturer: MXUS
  • Waterproof and protection grade: IP54
  • Noise level 55dB
  • CE, EN15194 certifications


  • Wheel, A356 Aluminum
  • Magnet, 38SH
  • Wire(winding), QZ-3/155
  • Iron core, DW470
  • Bearing, C&U


Additional information

Rim Size

26", 700C/29"/28", No Rim, 27.5

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    David Oien

    Looks like unit is 135 mm rear width. What type gears Nylon or Metal. How many amps does unit need and maximum. Can a freewheel be added? Cost and shipping price. Thank you.

    David Oien

    November 25, 2018
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    Joe Shimandle

    FIO: It is street legal in Virginia. That so called law the lists the output to 500watts is just a consumer guideline for retail sales. Each State determines it’s own laws on the power and speed of ebikes and escooters.

    In Virginia an a street legal ebike (bike with pedals) cannot exceed 1000 watts and 35mph. An escooter cannot exceed 1500 watts and 35 mph.

    Some States only limit max speed and not power.

    November 19, 2018
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    Very helpful staff!

    thank you

    August 27, 2018
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    I need 60-80kph to make my commute safe! Otherwise I will get run over!!!!

    March 4, 2018

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