Currie E-bike Battery Replacement

Posted on July 13 2017

Currie rear rack battery replacement

Is your Currie e-bike battery not giving you the power it used to? We are the official repair center for legacy Currie batteries! Send it to us and we'll rebuild it to get it running better than new! We use fresh, grade A lithium ion battery cells and we have a variety of options to balance your budget with the performance you need. Often, we can upgrade the capacity of the original battery to give you even more range!

Currie eFlow Battery ReplacementCurrie Technologies Electro Drive E-bike Battery Replacement

Currie Electro Drive units can be found on Raleigh, IZIP, Diamondback, and Yuba Bicycles brand e-bikes. We'll support most brands and models, even if they're discontinued or the manufacturer is out of business. We've rebuilt standard downtube, water bottle type, and rear rack batteries and even the less conventional seat tube battery for the Currie eFlow shown above.

Our experienced battery pack technicians rebuild, repair, and replace batteries for all types of personal light electric vehicles (LEV's). Our packs come with a full 12 month warranty. Give us a call or fill out our Battery Intake Form and let us get you back on your wheels. We'll even recycle your old battery for you!


  • EBike Marketplace: January 12, 2020

    @Scott – Yes, we’d be happy to rebuild and upgrade that battery for you!

  • Scott J Moore: January 12, 2020

    The battery on my 2015 or 2016 Yuba Spicy Curry no longer charges. I believe the battery was manufactures by Currie Tech. Would you be able to repair the battery? Thanks.

  • EBike Marketplace: December 23, 2019

    @Dan – We will be in touch with our current options.

  • Dan Duerr: December 23, 2019

    I have a diamondback 48v li-on, used to charge to show 40 mile range in the #1 setting,then one day it would only charge showing 32 mile range. Still has the same power, just lost range. Please contact me on what you recommend & possible prices.

  • EBike Marketplace: December 03, 2019

    @Michael – Yes, we can rebuild that battery.

  • Michael: December 03, 2019

    Do you rebuild Currie 48v batteries that were once stocked on Yuba Spicy Curry models (we have a 2014 bike model)?

  • EBike Marketplace: November 12, 2019

    @Jay – We can rebuild your battery if you send it in to us, but we do not stock new ones.

  • Jay: November 12, 2019

    We need diamondback 48v Li-ion – do you sell that?

  • EBike Marketplace: October 04, 2019

    @Saran – We do not have these for sale any more.

  • Saran: October 04, 2019

    I need a charger for the diamondback trace EXC 48 V lithium battery. Do you have them for sale?

  • EBike Marketplace: August 06, 2019

    @Bob – We will be in touch with our current pricing.

  • EBike Marketplace: August 06, 2019

    @CJ – Our current pricing for the TranzX BL-17 rebuild can be found here:

  • bob: August 06, 2019

    have 6 and 10 amp lipo currie batterys ball park on repair? for ezip….

  • CJ Westring: August 06, 2019

    I have a Diamondback Trace EXC e-bike. It has a Currie 48V 8.7ah battery pack. It is a BL 17 TranzX. What would you charge to rebuild this? How long would it take? Also, how much to rebuild this for more capacity?

  • EBike Marketplace: June 07, 2019

    @Michael – We would be happy to rebuild the BL-07 battery. We will be in touch with our current pricing.

  • Michael Martin: June 07, 2019

    I need to rebuild the battery pack from my Raleigh it’s a Curry I believe a B a Dash BL07 Dash 001 how much will it cost to rebuild?

  • EBike Marketplace: May 02, 2019

    @Henry – Upgrading the capacity will give you longer ride time. This won’t break the display, but if your bike has an estimated range remaining, that will be off. Usually the battery power meter will still function though.

  • Henry: May 02, 2019

    I need to rebuild the 48V TranzX (BL-07) battery for my Diamondback Lindau eBike. If I upgrade the charge capacity from 8.8 Ah to 10 Ah will this cause problems with the charge meter on the bicycle (i.e., will it register as a charge overload and cease to function)? Alternatively, can you rebuild the battery to the same original specifications (i.e., 8.8 Ah)?

  • EBike Marketplace: April 23, 2019

    @David – We can upgrade the battery to 48V 10.5Ah which should give you ~20% more range than the original. Unfortunately, we cannot do anything about the screen.

  • David: April 22, 2019

    2015 Diamondback EXC – battery doesn’t get me as far anymore (and I didn’t gain a pound!) It never got me as far as I wanted, so maybe time to up the game as far as capacity. Also, problem that the Currie status screen, though working fine, was broken on the back where the plastic held the screen to the mount. I can send a photo if you give me an appropriate email. What will be my choices. Thanks.

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