its a e100 razor scooter.
. I doubt if your scooter has the wiring/components necessary to use the motor as a generator to charge the battery. It should be possible to modify the scooter to charge the battery, but probably not practical. See "regenerative braking".
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it would charge if you went forward while the controller was hooked up in reverse, with a diode to prevent the motor from spinning in reverse. while it's 'off' it would do nothing.
Depending on what scooter you have, i would say no tho. the e100 Definately does not support this feture
Yay i dont need this question anymore. Im getting a pocket bike(minature motorcycle gas powered) . It goes 55 mph at top speed