2 added 103 characters in body edited Apr 13 '16 at 6:05 Filek 2,22099 silver badges1313 bronze badges It can be done with proper batteries, but the ones your looking at are for toy cars and planes etc and just don't have the capacity etc that you require. I replaced the lead acid batteries in my lawn mower with used lithium batteries from a Nissan Leaf electric car. I had to disassemble the battery and rebuild it to a 24 volt, 30 Ah battery. It is actually more like a 22.2 volts nominal and 25.2 fully charged, but it works to replace the former 24 volt, 18Ah battery. The lithium battery can supply 120 amps sustained so easily meets your needs. MY motor is 24volt, 1200 watt. So you would just need two of what I built, Which is a 6S1P battery. With that battery you could tow a trailer full of rocks behind your scooter! By the way, the battery cost $150.00 US and weigh 1/3 the old lead acid battery. It can be done with proper batteries, but the ones your looking at are for toy cars and planes etc and just don't have the capacity etc that you require. I replaced the lead acid batteries in my lawn mower with used lithium batteries from a Nissan Leaf electric car. I had to disassemble the battery and rebuild it to a 24 volt, 30 Ah battery. It is actually more like a 22.2 volts nominal and 25.2 fully charged, but it works to replace the former 24 volt, 18Ah battery. The motor is 24volt, 1200 watt. So you would just need two of what I built. With that battery you could tow a trailer full of rocks behind your scooter! By the way, the battery cost$150.00 US and weigh 1/3 the old lead acid battery. It can be done with proper batteries, but the ones your looking at are for toy cars and planes etc and just don't have the capacity etc that you require. I replaced the lead acid batteries in my lawn mower with used lithium batteries from a Nissan Leaf electric car. I had to disassemble the battery and rebuild it to a 24 volt, 30 Ah battery. It is actually more like a 22.2 volts nominal and 25.2 fully charged, but it works to replace the former 24 volt, 18Ah battery. The lithium battery can supply 120 amps sustained so easily meets your needs. MY motor is 24volt, 1200 watt. So you would just need two of what I built, Which is a 6S1P battery. With that battery you could tow a trailer full of rocks behind your scooter! By the way, the battery cost $150.00 US and weigh 1/3 the old lead acid battery. 1 answered Apr 13 '16 at 5:46 Filek 2,22099 silver badges1313 bronze badges It can be done with proper batteries, but the ones your looking at are for toy cars and planes etc and just don't have the capacity etc that you require. I replaced the lead acid batteries in my lawn mower with used lithium batteries from a Nissan Leaf electric car. I had to disassemble the battery and rebuild it to a 24 volt, 30 Ah battery. It is actually more like a 22.2 volts nominal and 25.2 fully charged, but it works to replace the former 24 volt, 18Ah battery. The motor is 24volt, 1200 watt. So you would just need two of what I built. With that battery you could tow a trailer full of rocks behind your scooter! By the way, the battery cost$150.00 US and weigh 1/3 the old lead acid battery.