Michael Sha started the Viper project by asking a number of simple questions of the current crop of large, high power super scooters. The Nami Burn-e is his emphatic answer.
Start with the structure – was there a better solution than the standard extruded box construction? His answer was a one piece aviation grade welded tubular frame. The folding mechanism was worked on to eliminate the flawed clamps of old. The result, a highly stable, patented design employing high-grade stainless steel. The drivetrain uses high quality sine-wave 50a controllers with 12 mosfets and IP65 waterproof connectors able to deploy 8.4kw of power.
The rider controls are programmable via a new central display unit with a host of smart features. These include 5 rider including the ability to customise a ride mode to suit your style. The two speed controller settings are independent which allows the rider to adjust the acceleration power of the front and rear motor individually. Cruise control is available for long rides and a built-in overheat protection system keeps you safe during extreme riding.
The Burn-e electric scooter features a 2000 lumen front LED light which is fixed at handlebar height, side LED strips integrated with turn signals and horn which are either side of the deck.
We believe that this electric scooter will be seen as a game changer – the Nami Burn-e will set a new benchmark in the super scooter segment.
One piece aviation grade aluminum welding frame, solution and aging heat treatment
Swing arm, front suspension holder, folding lock, kick stand:
One piece 6082 aviation aluminum forging
103 lbs, 47 kg
Range with average speed 30km/h
115 miles 185 km (claimed)
1500W per motor, with hall sensors, peak at 4200W per motor
12 Mosfet, 50a max current controllers, sine wave ip65, waterproof connections
Front and Rear Logan hydraulic brakes with 160mm rotors, cooling fin pads
165mm length standard hydraulic coil shock with rebound adjustment
Lights & Horn
2000 lumen front led lights, side led strips, turn signals, motor cycle horn, ip55
Cable System and IP Rating
quick connections for all electric components, for the cables close to handlebar and under deck
ip55 for whole scooter in process
patent designed thread lock taper folding system, 304 stainless steel folding parts
Handlebar and Steering Column
31.8mm diameter, 620mm length aluminum handlebar, full carbon fiber steering column
tubeless 90/65-6.5, street or off-road tires
Overall size: 1346mmx 620mm x 1446mm
Handlebar to deck, 1090mm in height
Deck Cover: 564mmx312mmm 716mm in length to include rear foot rest
Ground Clearance: 150mmm main
Top of deck to Ground: 292mm
1354mm x 620mm x 640mm
Honey comb cardboard 1405mm x 355mm x690mm
New Age Mobility Innovation. These four words sum up NAMI’s ambition to design, develop and manufacture high-end / top of the line electric scooters and mobility vehicles.
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* It is currently only legal to use an e-scooter and other micro-mobility vehicles on private land with the permission of the land owner. It is each customer's sole responsibility to ensure that their E-scooter is used in accordance with all laws in their country of residence. Under current UK law, E-scooters are not to be used in the UK on public roads, cycle lanes or footpaths.