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Rebirthauto EV VW 96Volt Kit #001

Rebirthauto bench run of kit #001. rebirthauto.com


 


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ReBirth Auto's Fully Electric 1978 Porsche Carrera- 2 WarP 9's - Inside and Drive
This is the inside of the custom built fully electric vehicle built by Rebirth Auto in St. Petersburg, FL. It is a Porsche Carrera from 1978 which these guys put some serious time and effort into. This is one amazing system that uses tons of the Headway 10ah lithium cells and accelerates like a bat out of hell. It uses 2 WarP 9in motors in series running off of a single Soliton 1 from Evnetics. It outputs 400hp and 600ftlbs of torque with the conservative setting they run to help save their clutch. Thanks to all of the guys out there for being such wonderful hosts, we will be doing just about all of our electric business through those two companies. Copyright P2 Design Technologies 2011





New generation light weight batteries for electric vehicles
The new efficient battery packs from Lithium House for electric vehicles. 10 times lighter. I wrote about my opinions on Electric vehicles. See that at https://sites.google.com/site/cpsconversationpieces/home/tidbits-on-toyota- prius#PHV make sure you leave comment there.





衝撃の走り!ビートルEV! VW Beetle EV!
http://carnifty2.cocolog-nifty.com/yumeno/2010/07/ev-ev-lovecars-.html このビートルEVは、とにかく仕上がりが素晴らしい。  るで量産車のようだ! と思ったら、それもそのはず... 以前にご紹介した、「 エスハチEV」のメカニック Iさんが、 趣味車としてではなく、販売のためのデモカーとして仕 上げられた車両です...





HR-EV part 1
Compilation of my works on Honda HR-V electric vehicle conversion project covered in my blog http://hr-ev.blogspot.com/





Electric VW Beetle Jeans 1974 - HiG (GUC)
An electric VW Beetle Jeans 1974 with a Clark 5,2 kW series-wound DC motor - A student project at Gjøvik University College by 2nd year machine engineers (2010/2011). Students: Atle Bjerke, Bjørn Dammand, Kjetil Kvammen Kolset, Jonas Langeland, Nils Turi, Daniel Helms Ålien and Jo Øyen. Project owner: Magnar Eikerol Song: Edward Sharpe & the Magnetic Zeros - Home





Electric Starion EV - Electric Car Conversion - Part 4
Most of the hard part of cabling through the sub-frame has now been done. The car's been pretty well stripped to the bone but all this work should be worth it. While a lot of EV builders get their cabling to run under the car, protecting it in the sub-frame is my preferred option and this has been checked by the road-legal engineer and so far so good. Metal saddles are used to clamp the conduit flex where exposed, so nothing is loose. The main issue has been space in the engine bay, making sure the batteries sit comfortably under the hood and trying to fit the ancillary stuff. With the laser-cut mounting plate for the AC air-con and pwr steer driver motor etc, orientation had to be decided upon, and the battery placement largely dictated this, so its placement may appear odd at first, but will be very secure when completed. Battery balancing was also performed prior to installation and now we're on the road to re-assembling everything, dash, final wiring etc. I bought some Electrolube DCA200H conformal silicon spray for the BMS PCBs but we'll install and test everything first. Some BMS modules such as the TS-90 have all components protected in a resin block and maybe BEV who build the modules in Australia will integrate moisture protection in a future version. Nathan has done an excellent job welding up the supports for the ancillary drive components and the pulley part I supplied (which I happened upon by chance in my big box of junk in the shed) should do the job well for control. Also, the trunk/hatch area is painted and ready for battery installation. The next video will show the batteries installed with their BMS and the car will be (fingers crossed) basically drivable (with cooling system installed later if time runs out (but we've both got jobs to bring in da regular bux so time has been tight)). Despite some other issues with the car, it should be mostly ready for our annual EV show in Sydney (while down the road the bigger money Motor Show shows off the rip-off complicated hybrids and guzzlers - and we wonder if anything will really change and if governments will really listen (it starts by replacing greed with need but convincing them is a difficult thing)). Check out www.electriccarsforeveryone.com for updates, and I'd like to thank you all for your great support and comments (even the naughty ones are appreciated ;-P ). Oh, sorry re miscount on episode version (working on cars and video's and doing jobs means we're both need a hell of a lot of sleep!)





#1) Project ForkenSwift electric car conversion: 1st powerup
http://www.ForkenSwift.com - First power-up of the freshly installed forklift hydraulic pump motor in our beer budget, low speed, Geo Metro electric vehicle conversion. --- Project ForkenSwift is an electric car conversion made using parts from a Suzuki Swift, Geo Metro, Baker electric forklift and a golf cart. http://www.forkenswift.com





Electric Vehicle Hits and Misses - Autoline This Week 1647
They arrived with such fanfare a couple years back, that you'd have thought we'd all be driving electrics by now but that's not the case. In fact, even today some manufacturers are reticent to even offer an electric option. But that hasn't stopped everyone from the biggest OEMs to the single car startups from designing and building all-electric cars. On Autoline This Week John McElroy and his panel look at the world of electric cars, if there's a want, a need or a business case to be made for their existence. Joining John in studio is Csaba Csere, the former Editor-in-Chief of Car & Driver magazine and Jim Hall of 2953 Analytics. Get more video everyday at http://autoline.tv





Small Budget Honda Accord Electric Conversion
http://www.useafuel.com - This video shows the DIY simple conversion of a 1990 Honda Accord from gas to electric. It's pretty simple. Remove the gas motor, install new electric forklift motor, batteries, and motor controller. After that, charge from any outlet and enjoy.





Test: Elektromobil VW CityStromer
Test elektromobilu VW CityStromer v ramci Autoshow 2007, Praha. Zdroj: iDnes. Video review of the small factory run of electric car VW CityStromer. Recorded at the int. electric car expo - Autoshow 2007, Prague (CZ). OSE~Czech EV Club: http://www.elektromobily.wz.cz/ http://picasaweb.google.com/OSElektromobilyCzechEVclub Note: All featured short news clips are within the scope of fair use provision under the copyright laws.





Electric Go Kart
72V electric go kart.





Behind the scenes of building an electric car - The journey
Follow us on a journey of the successes and dissapointments that were tse_10. Team Swinburne Electric 2010, AKA tse_10, was the first year a group of Swinburne engineering students endevoured to develop and build an Electric Vehicle for the Formula SAE competition. The team hit trouble when they blew up their motor controller, just over a week before the competition. The team then borrowed another motor controller which also ended up blowing. The team then borrowed ANOTHER motor controller, to which they had some success, until the night before the competition, when it also blew up. In total the team blew up 3x $4,000 controllers, 6 times (after repairs). It is thought that the motor is faulty and is causing the issues. Team Leaders: Stefan Smolenaers Matthew Femino Final Year Members: Joel Moses Jason Whittle Non Final Year Members: Wayne Murphy Jacob Vu Tran Adrian Cowen External Support James Kirk Ken ? Kevin Woodhouse ATA and MEVIG Warning: Although edited, this is behind the scenes footage and may contain some course language and/or offensive behaviour.





How to convert a VW Bug to electric the EV4U way.wmv
Overview of a VW Bug conversion by EV4U Custom Conversions www.EV4Unow.com





Chevy S-10 Electric Vehicle
Robert Green of DIY Electric Car interviews Craig Dusing about his Chevy S-10 EV Conversion. Specs: 144v Trojan Battery Pack 9" ADC Motor Curtis Controller Filmed on 9/19/2008. For more info, visit: http://www.diyelectriccar.com





This Is crazy! Electric car On Speed!
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