Full Electric Car Home Conversion - 1988 Pontiac Fiero Part 1

The process of converting my Pontiac Fiero to 144 volt electric car. Full video documentation of the process along with a few test drives. It runs on 12, 12 volt Trojan deep cycle lead acid batteries. Powered by a 9.1 in. dia. Advanced DC motor with a 500 amp Curtis controller. Part 2 and 3 will be coming soon. GO ELECTRIC!

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Full Electric Car Home Conversion - 1988 Pontiac Fiero Part 2
The process of converting my Pontiac Fiero to 144 volt electric car. Full video documentation of the process along with a few test drives. It runs on 12, 12 volt Trojan deep cycle lead acid batteries. Powered by a 9.1 in. dia. Advanced DC motor with a 500 amp Curtis controller. About $6,000 for EV components not including: car, tools, steel brackets for battery box, 12V wiring supplies, new break pads. Part 2 of 3. GO ELECTRIC!





Full Electric Car Home Conversion - 1988 Pontiac Fiero Part 3
The process of converting my Pontiac Fiero to 144 volt electric car. Full video documentation of the process along with a few test drives. It runs on 12, 12 volt Trojan deep cycle lead acid batteries. Powered by a 9.1 in. dia. Advanced DC motor with a 500 amp Curtis controller. About $6,000 for EV components not including: car, tools, steel brackets for battery box, 12V wiring supplies, new break pads. Tested top speed: 70 mph. Though this was limited by the road. Preliminary range test: 30 miles without fully conditioned batteries. GO ELECTRIC!





Электромобиль своими руками ч2-в пути EV Pontiac Fiero
Inside the converted car on the road - speed, sound, driving, comments. Pontiac Fiero converted to electric drive - At the wheel video. All done in Oregon, USA





An Electric Vehicle Conversion in a Garden Shed
This video, made for the Mechanicsburg Earth Day Festival, Saturday, April 24, 2010, in Mechanicsburg, PA, is an overview of my electric vehicle (EV) conversion from beginning to end covering many of the critical parts of the electric Saturn project. I had the video looping on a TV next to the exhibit of my Saturn EV conversion. My hope was to draw people to my booth with this video, but the picture on the TV was too hard to see in the outside light and the video itself was just too long, 10 minutes. It was simply the wrong venue to play this kind of a video -- lesson learned. All in all I spoke with a very diverse group of people about my EV conversion and electric car technology in general. This was the first public showing of my electric car, it was a good day great day. For more information about my electric Saturn, please visit www.zuglet.com




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