340 Hp 4wd PROEV Lithium Polymer Electric car racing SCCA

PROEV Electric car in race test in SCCA road race (Moroso track, west palm beach), beating conventional gas cars. First electric car to win gas versions Full traction, two engines, running in this test at half power. battery: 100Amps at 351.5 volts of KOKAM lithium polymer, storing 35kw of energy onboard. Batteries can supply peak discharges of 800 Amps (280kw) more info in www.proev.com

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Here's a brief 10 minute video that gives a nice overview of the EV West 2 speed Powerglide transmission that runs without a torque converter direct drive to 2 coupled Warp 11 motors. Depending on the voltage and current, these twin motors can put out well over 1000 lb/ft of torque, and 600+ horsepower. We used this motor and transmission combination to power our BMW M3 to the summit of Pikes Peak in 2012 setting an all time record for street legal electric cars. The strength and reliability of this system is key. For more information regarding this bolt in drive train, please visit http://evwest.com for the latest updates.





Electric Toyota Race Car: Stuns Nordschleife Lap
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The ShockWheel invention by Chet Baigh
Also check out my Tungsten Carbide watch company!: http://www.SOLARRI.com This is the FIRST RIDE of the ShockWheel in slow-motion! Whoever licences the "Shock Wheel" will dominate the bicycle world for years to come. ...and will likely put everyone else out of business. - The ShockWheel is a historical improvement in ride comfort. - The bike in the video has a disabled front shock fork. - This Prototype has a 100mm extension travel. This can be increased or decreased- as well as firmness. - I have also patented numerous methods to make the ShockWheel adjustable- For those who want a firmer/softer ride, or differ in weight. - "Bow-Spokes" may be made to handle various compressive forces to accommodate riders of various weights. Each non-adjustable wheel may accommodate a huge weight range. - The bow-spokes weigh +/- 6 ounces - Uses a standard rigid bike rim and tire - 15 years ago, the smart man would have foreseen that many bikes would have shock absorbers. In 2012, the smart man can predict many bikes will utilize the ShockWheel. - I will commit my expertise, time, business acumen, marketing acumen, and ingenuity to any company agreeing to an exclusive license. - Production methods and materials may be my "secret recipe" until agreement inked. - Venture capital backers are welcome to talk if licensing falls short of hopes. - Statistics - It can be expected that the Shock Wheel will initially be readily adopted by specialty bicycle manufacturers, specialty bicycle stores, and their clientele. Early-adopters will surely pay an excessive amount for Shock Wheel technology. This will afford the company manufacturing and selling the Shock Wheel greater revenue AT a greater profit margin. The approximately 4,200 specialty bicycle retailers commanded approximately 14% of the bicycle market in terms of unit sales in 2010, but 44% of the dollars, a dominant dollar share of the $6 Billion total U.S. bike market in 2010. 44% of $6 Billion is $2.64 Billion. - Early-adopter novelty will wear off around 2-5 years from debut of the Shock Wheel. And saturation of the Shock Wheel within specialty bicycle world should occur within 5-8 years. At this time, it may make sense to ALSO allow distribution into the mass merchant channel under a newly-formed economy brand. Approximately 75% of U.S. bicycle units were sold through the mass merchant channel in 2010, representing 36% of the dollars due to the average selling price of $79. Yet 36% of $6 Billion is $2.16 Billion. - The Shock Wheel may be best suited for mountain bikes, hybrid/cross, comfort, youth, and cruisers. Together these categories comprise 77% of the bikes sold. (Source: U.S. Commerce Department statistics) The remaining 23% comprises road bikes which seem to be more attractive without shocks. Further Projections are available. TECHNICAL FIELD: The present invention relates to a shock-absorbing performance wheel comprising bow-shaped spokes which act as bows or springs to dampen acceleratory jerks brought on by unwanted shock. The said invention also comprises a non-circular hub onto which a plurality of "bow-spokes" are directly affixed to the periphery of said hub. Patent: Shock Absorbing Bow-Spoke Wheel Primarily for Bicycles and Motorcycles United States Patent Office Filing Number: 61/686,030 Filing Date: 3/30/2012 Patent #2: Shock-Absorbing Bow-Spoke "ShockWheel" and "Adjustable Shock Wheel" versions with Alterations Inventor: Chet R. Baigh Written and Drawn by: Chet R. Baigh 4/13/2012 United States Patent Office Filing Number: 61/687,514 Filing Date: 4/27/2012





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