Recently I was able to acquire an electric 2017 Chinese Zuma clone via Craigslist. The price was right and I was ready to bite the bullet. This bike is typical of Chinese eScooters in that it uses a fairly common 72v 2000w motor/controller platform, which limits it to 30mph top speed and 25mile range. I plan on upgrading this sorry excuse for an electric motorcycle into my go-to errand bike capable of 60mph/50mile range. I'll start with a photo from day 1 -- directly after picking up via Craigslist. Notice the heavy use of decorative plastics and decals. Not to my taste. Those will have to go. I like my bikes naked! So 24 hrs later, my busy hands were happy to remove the extraneous decorative plastics and decals. Note: it was easy to remove the decals: 20 secs each with a heat gun was enough to loosen 'em up, then just peal away. This "bare bones" state is where I begin the journey. Another thing you might have noticed: this clone is a full 6 inches longer than a true-to-form Zuma/BWs. I now have more leg room than an SMAX!