Kaylor Motor Install.mov
Kaylor Motor Adaptor Electric Car Kit. This is installed in a 69 VW Ghia.
We are testing a modern controller to power the old Starter/Generator
motors for these Kits. These conversion kits were specifically built for
the old VW platform. They work great but work best on the old fiberglass
Inverter Generator Project web
This is my AC Induction Motor and Inverter Generator Project. Being
designed to be towed behind your EV and allow you to drive and charge at
the same time or to even just pull over and take a break and charge while
sitting. The intention is to use a small/medium sized diesel engine to
drive the motor and to use biodiesel to keep the fuel use to at least a
carbon neutral fuel. In our area there are no fast chargers and no on the
road places to stop and charge. This is hoped to give you a reasonable fast
charge anywhere you need. No need to worry about finding a charge station.
80+ mph Electric Truck Conversion Part 1
http://www.useafuel.com - Converting a gas powered 93 Mazda pickup to a
100% electric vehicle. This is a freeway capable conversion kit with
speeds of 80+ mph. Part 1 shows all of the steps taken to remove old and
install new components.
Walnut trees being shaken by our resident tree shaker. Its harvest time and
we are now picking up our crop. We will sort and crack and bag our walnuts
for sale. They are grown with no pesticides and using organic practices.
This is what we do for all our things we grow.
1968 karmann ghia
This is my 1776cc VW karmann ghia! And, I know the idles really high It had
just warmed up!
Electric Car 2 Owner 1971 VW Squareback EV Beetle Bug Karmann Ghia wagon
This is a Very clean 1971 VW Squareback Wagon. If your looking for one of
these cars this is as clean as it gets it is a 2 owner from what i know of
the car. The coolest thing possibly is the fact that the car is a Electric
Vehicle / EV also if you want i will include the Generator so you can make
it a Hybrid. This is a great car and the electric part is done right these
kits cost $7500 to $9500 and then you have to install it and have a vehicle
prepped for it etc there is $15,000 to $20,000 you will not have to dump
into yours if your looking for the ultimate Hybrid. call anytime Nathan 406
eGhia Electric Conversion
Conversion of a '72 Karmann Ghia to full electric. Please see
http://ev.dougandtomo.com for more details.
This scope is set on calibration and connected to itself. When you see the
jaggies the inverter next to it is running but the scope is not connected
to the inverter. The scope is picking up ambient noise through the air.
Bradley GT2 Electric
This is an all-electric kit car that used batteries salvaged from the EV-1,
General Motors' electric car from the 1990's. Built by Richard Slatin in
Arizona in October, 2006.
New VW Bus - Concept Bulli
Back in 1950, Volkswagen engineers called it the Transporter 1, or T1.
Americans later called it the Microbus. But Germans always labeled it the
Bulli, and in 2011, the Bulli is back. This time, however, no fossil
fuel-fed mill can be found under the rear hatch.
The six-passenger Bulli concept you see here is a reinterpretation of a
reinterpretation. At the 2001 Detroit Auto Show, VW rolled out its first
Microbus concept powered by a 3.2-liter V-6. Nowadays, priorities have
changed, and the internal combustion engine is replaced by an 85 kilowatt
electric motor with 199 pound-feet of torque.
A 40-kilowatt-hour battery cell resides under the flat floor and can propel
the 3190-pound, front-wheel-drive bus to 62 mph from a standstill in 11.5
seconds. Top speed is limited to 87 mph. Engineers say the new Bulli can
travel 186.4 miles on a single charge -- far more than the Nissan Leaf's
claimed 100-mile range. A full charge can be had in an amazing 60 minutes
when it's plugged into the correct power outlet (what voltage outlet was
The front hatch was constructed to accommodate a multitude of Volkswagen
mills, including 1.0-liter and 1.4-liter gas or diesel direct-injection
engines. So those wanting some classic gasoline powered fun could
theoretically have it if the Bulli hits production lines.
Designers wanted to stay true to Ben Pon's original bus design by
maintaining simplicity. Blunt ends with short overhangs define the vehicle,
as do extra-large badges and wide windows that allow a multitude of light
The cabin space continues on as a simple environment. Two bench seats can
be folded in a variety of ways, or if need be, the entire rear bench can be
completely stowed. An iPad serves as the main passenger interface and
controls entertainment, Bluetooth, and navigation functions.
So we have to ask: Do you want the Bulli back?
We'll have more information on the newest Bulli, so stay tuned...