Doesn't the SR/S come with a charging cable?I just upgraded my SR to an SR/S, love it except some belt noise they are working on. We also have a Tesla and I'm wondering about charging the bike with the Gen 2 NEMA 14-50 we use for the Tesla. Anyone found an adapter for a reasonable price that works?
Your cable the bike came with--what are the ratings listed on the box? Voltage range, current and/or watts?Thanks Don, the SR/S does come with a cable, I was just trying to see if I could use my faster Tesla port for charging. Not sure I wanted to spend $300 on that though. The bike charges fine overnight on a standard plug. I did see that the 40Amp TeslaTap is $200, I'm guessing the bike can't use much more than that. I would just use my existing Tesla cable plugged in to the Nema 14 - 50 with the TeslaTap at the end?
Charging with 240 VAC with J1772 will be twice as fast. So if you already have the 240 VAC you can use the NEMA 14-50 cable from your Telsa and use the cheapest Tesla-Tap you can find, since you only need 12.5 amps at 240 VAC for 3,000 watts.The SR/S is 3KW, the premiun has a 2nd 3KW, but not mine, sounds like the 40A is good.The charger says 120V,60Hz, 12A, 1440W
I guess you will not use your bike for any long trips! I charge my 2017 SR above 7KW. That means I can take the bike for a reasonably long distance as long as I can find 240 VAC to charge with (either 14-50R, J-1772, Tesla destination) while in route.Geez, Faster charging?? mine only takes about 6 seconds, plug it in, 3 seconds, unplug it 3 seconds, I'genally don't just stand there and wait for it to charge, there's refreshing beverages need consuming, wimmin need chasing, books need reading , wimmin need chasing, and some not important stuff too.