Running On Lithium: White Zombie vs. Mazda Turbo

This is the beginning of the docu "Running On Lithium" and it features John Wayland's Electric White Zombie vs. Mazda turbo Rotary Power. Clip from the documentary: Running On Lithium. Are backyard engineers pioneering the future of the electric car? As street-legal electric cars race against muscle cars, this documentary provides a thrilling insight into the future of renewable energy: Journeyman Pictures. Thanks for looking!

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Running On Lithium: Electric Ford Cobra vs. Subaru Impreza RS
Michael Kadie and John Wayland are racing their electric cars on a Saturday night at Portland's International Raceway. It is Michael's first electric kit car - a Ford Cobra and he is preparing for his first race against a Subaru Impreza RS. Are backyard engineers pioneering the future of the electric car? As street-legal electric cars race against muscle cars, this documentary provides a thrilling insight into the future of renewable energy: Journeyman Pictures. Thanks for looking!





John Wayland: The White Zombie
http://www.plasmaboyracing.com/whitezombie.php www.zeitgeistmovement.de





How to Make a Car - Mini Electric Car - Tutorial - Very Simple
How to Make a Car - Mini Electric Car - Tutorial - Very Simple





Running On Lithium: Converted Electric Honda
Clip from Running On Lithium docu. Victor Tikhonov, metricmind.com shows us his Converted 1995 Honda and explains the difference of AC and DC drive systems in electric cars. Transcript: Victor Tikhonov: This is a converted Honda CRX from 1995 year of production. And what you see here is an AC drive system made by Siemens. A German company which manufactures these systems specifically for electric cars. Here is the main inverter, which runs AC induction motor which you see on the bottom. And this motor is made to work with a standard transmission. A very simple design. Currently fewer people use AC drives because first of all it's new and not many people know what is and how to use it and right now they are more expensive then DC drives which have been on the market for quite a long time. Situation might change when volumes of production will pick up or somebody will produce more of them. Certainly AC drives have advantages over DC drives. It might not necessarily be the raw power, but other things like regenerative breaking or the ability to drive at high speeds are very highly desirable characteristics of these drive systems.




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