Anyone ever used a battery from DHGate.com for an Aventon Pace 500?

GibbyTheMole

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Looking at the original Aventon Pace 500 (gen 1 model) battery, they're pricey at $500 USD. I found some Reention Dorado 48v batteries supposedly for the Pace 500 at DHGate.com for around $330, which is MUCH more reasonable. These supposedly have Samsung, Panasonic or LG cells. Has anyone here ever used one of these aftermarket (and less expensive) batteries in a Pace 500?

Also, these don't have a functioning power switch. Since you enable & disable the bike with the menu button on the display anyway, I don't know if that's anything I should be concerned about. Would the battery continue to drain with the menu shut down?

Here's a link to one of the batteries: https://www.dhgate.com/product/aven...7_5|ER-B|newes|7_5.#s1-1-1;searl|3620866925:2
 

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Gibby, did you ever get any info on after market battery? I would like to get a spare for my new Aventon Level; but, not at $500.
Good luck
Jack
 

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Gibby, did you ever get any info on after market battery? I would like to get a spare for my new Aventon Level; but, not at $500.
Good luck
Jack

The new Aventons (second generation) have their batteries integrated into the frame, so you would probably have to buy from the manufacturer or it probably would not fit.

I don’t think I would trust a third party battery anyway, but that’s just me. I tend to be over cautious.
 

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The new Aventons (second generation) have their batteries integrated into the frame, so you would probably have to buy from the manufacturer or it probably would not fit.

I don’t think I would trust a third party battery anyway, but that’s just me. I tend to be over cautious.
Makes sense. Thanks for response; new at this game.
 

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Jenny from Aijiu Battery tells me the 1st gen Pace 500 takes the Reention Dorado L440 battery. They have a new 20ah model which would be a big improvement over the original 11.6 ah battery for $600 with free shipping. It uses Samsung 21600 cells. From what I've read Aijiu makes a quality battery.
 

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Jenny is good peeps :)
She will make to your specs, like if you want that battery with 30ah, she'll do it :)

I've spoke with her and she is a very nice person.
 

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Is this what you’re looking for?

Got it. Thanks. I checked their website a bit. I'll try and keep them in mind if I ever need another battery. I already bought a spare 48V x 20Ah for my TRINX and two batteries for my Himiway Cruiser ( a 52V x 17.5Ah and a 52V x 20Ah) so I'm probably full up on batteries for a while.
 

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If ya'll want to see about the batteries it is best to contact Jenny by email.
 

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Tom on the other forums has been talking with Jenny for a good while now and has got a couple batts off her with awesome results, according to him.

He'd be good to speak to about what she does/can do as far as building a battery.
 
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