ProdecoTech Phantom X3 with a large 38.4V 16ah LiFePO4 battery and a solid mix of brand name components (SRAM, AVID, Rock Shox, Truvativ, Continential, etc.) has arrived for testing and review!
In this first part of the review there are a BUNCH of detailed pictures and specifications to get you familiar with this electric bike.
The ProdecoTech Phantom X3 is priced at $1,899 and comes with a 2 year warranty.
Part 2 of the ProdecoTech Phantom X3 review will give you info on ride characteristics, results from the range test, pros, cons, and overall thoughts on this e-bike.
Alright, let’s get into the details of the ProdecoTech Phantom X3 electric bike!
Checkout the Video & Pictures of the ProdecoTech Phantom X3 Electric Bike
The Phantom X3 basking in an Arizona sunset!
Ready to roll! The Prodeco Phantom X3 is decked out with high quality components from Rock Shox, SRAM, AVID, Truvativ, and more!
Here is a close up of the Phantom X3 frame with large aluminum tubing and thick welds.
This is a view of the large seatstays of the Phantom X3 aluminum frame. Note the quick disconnect connector for the rear hub motor.
The Phantom X3 has a 500 watt direct drive rear hub motor that powers the bike up to 20 mph. You can also see the AVID DB hydraulic rear disc brake attached to the motor. These provide good stopping power!
This is the high capacity 38.4V 16ah LiFePO4 battery that comes stock on the Phantom X3. That is a much larger pack than the typical 36V 10ah pack found on a lot of e-bikes.
This is the key that turns the bike on and off and also locks the battery in place.
View of the cockpit of the Phantom X3. The Truvativ handlebars are wide!
This is the twist grip throttle on the right side of the handlebars. It has a battery level indicator and an on/off switch for the throttle. The on/off switch for the electrical system is near the battery pack on the rear rack.
The left side of the handlebars with the SRAM X7 8 speed grip shifter, AVID DB hydraulic disc brake lever, lock on grip, and bell.
This is the AVID DB hydraulic disc brake lever on the left side of the handlebars along with the SRAM X7 8 speed grip shifter and the bell.
The SRAM X7 8 speed rear derailleur.
The Rock Shox XC32 suspension fork with 120 mm of travel provides a smooth ride and also offers a lockout option.
The Truvativ crankset with a single chainring keeps things simple.
The Truvativ HUSS pedals have a large platform and solid grip.
Continential tires are a well known brand of tires and their Traffic tires are a good hybrid tire for road and some off road riding.
This is the tread of the Continential Traffic tire. Notice a relatively smooth center tread for road riding with side knobs for riding off road.
The Velo Plush saddle on the Phantom X3 is a performance style saddle.
The Prodeco Phantom X3 and the open road!
ProdecoTech Phantom X3 Electric Bike Specifications
Frame: Aluminum frame
Fork: Rock Shox XC 32 with 120 mm of travel and a lockout option
Motor: 500 watt direct drive rear hub motor
Battery: 38.4V 16ah LiFePO4 24 Cell battery
Assist Options: Twist grip throttle
Drivetrain: SRAM X7 8 speed shifter and rear derailleur. 42T front chainring with 11T-28T cogset
Brakeset: Avid DB hydraulic disc brakes
Cranks and Pedals: Truvativ
Tires: Continential Traffic tires 26″ x 2.1″
Accessories: Double leg kickstand and bell
Weight: 64 lbs.
Price: $1,899 USD at the time of this review.
Here is a link to the specifications page of the ProdecoTech Phantom X3 electric bike.
Now checkout Part 2 of the ProdecoTech Phantom X3 review with info on the ride characteristics, the range test, pros, cons, and overall thoughts!
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