HONDA HRV HYBRIDMOTORCHARGERCONTROLLERBATTERYDC-DC ConvertersBATTERY PACKHONDA HRV HYBRIDCONTROLLER
OwnerMark Allen
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LocationGoldcoast, Queensland Australia map
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Vehicle2000 Honda HRV AWD Manual
I have an idea to convert a Honda HRV AWD manual to rear wheel electric and leaving the front wheel drive intact including the motor as it normally only uses front wheel drive till you loose traction ( 4WD is Hydraulically activated so easy to disable ) so I will remove the rear drive shaft shorten it and attach the electric motor to it its diff has a low ratio of about 4.5 to 1 perfect for a AC55
In electric mode petrol motor off and in neutral electric motor driving rear wheels only
It has plenty of room and clearance underneath the rear to accommodate the electric motor batteries , charger and controller , It would be a sort of hybrid drive upto 60 to 100ks on battery then turn on the petrol motor to go longer distances but retain
the regenerative braking of the electric motor to recharge the batteries a bit.
MotorAzure Dynamics/Solectria AC55 3-Phase AC
DrivetrainHonda HRV Petrol the motor is very light all alloy around 100kg I can lift one np it will power the vehicle driving the front wheels after the battries get down to 80%.
The electric motor will drive the rear wheels of the vehicle for the first 100 miles or so.
The whole car weighs 1150kg and it has a load capacity of around 600kg so
weight won't be a problem its a SUV remember and I can still drive it
around while I convert it with a lot less work involved to the only thing
that has to be made is the tail shaft every thing else just bolts or wired
together once the electric motor is mounted I'll just drive the HRV around
to a Tail shaft specialist and get them to fit a custom made one np.
ControllerAzure Dynamics/Solectria DMOC445
Batteries100 China HiPower 100amp, 3.20 Volt, Lithium-Ion
China Hi Power LFP 100AHA, 3.20 Volt, Lithium-Ion
LifePo4
WEB: www.hipowergroup.com
Contact: cs1@hipowergroup.com
System Voltage320 Volts
ChargerChina HiPower Custom
HeaterCeramic in electric mode water in petrol mode!
DC/DC ConverterAzure Dynamics/Solectria DCDC750BC12: 200-400V Input, 13.5V Output
InstrumentationVolt & Amp meter
Top Speed75 MPH (120 KPH)
Electric 75 mph or petrol 105 mph or both ?
Acceleration0 to 60 in 6sec
Range80 Miles (128 Kilometers)
80 miles electric 500 miles petrol
Watt Hours/Mile20 Wh/Mile
EV Miles
Start:64,000 Miles (102,976 Kilometers)
Current:114,000 Miles (183,426 Kilometers)
Total:50,000 Miles (80,450 Kilometers)
 
    As of 2/26/2013
Seating Capacity5 adults
Curb Weight3,000 Pounds (1,363 Kilograms)
Taking petrol motor , radiator , exhaust & fuel tank out would only save around 150kg in weight so why not keep it !
Tires16' x 70 x 215
Conversion Time12 months
Conversion Cost$20.000
Additional FeaturesPetrol motor for long range but electric mode will proberly be used 95% of the time.
Hydraulically activated rear differential clutch will allow it to free wheel in petrol mode to save fuel and not spin the electric motor over but can be locked for regenerative braking.
I have an idea to convert a Honda HRV to rear wheel electric and leaving the front wheel drive intact including the motor as it normally only uses front wheel drive till you loose traction ( 4WD is Hydraulically activated so easy to disable ) so I will remove the rear drive shaft shorten it and attach the electric motor to it its diff has a low ratio of about 4.5 to 1 perfect for a AC55 In electric mode petrol motor off and in neutral electric motor driving rear wheels only
It has plenty of room and clearance underneath the rear to accommodate the electric motor batteries , charger and controller , It would be a sort of hybrid drive up to 60 to 100ks on battery then turn on the petrol motor to go longer distances but retain the regenerative braking of the electric motor to recharge the batteries a bit.
Honda HRV the motor is very light all alloy around 100kg I can lift one np as for the rest, muffler ,radiator and fuel tank maybe another 50 kg so not much weight to be saved any way,the whole car weighs 1150kg and it has a load capacity of around 600kg so weight won't be a problem its a SUV remember and I can still drive it around while I convert it with a lot less work involved to the only thing that has to be made is the tail shaft every thing else just bolts or wired together once the electric motor is mounted I'll just drive the HRV around to a Tail shaft specialist and get them to fit a custom made one np.


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