|Owner's Other EVs||Corbin Sparrow|
1989 Mazda B2200
|Location||Greenback, Washington US map|
|Vehicle||1995 Ford F-250 |
Long Bed, 4WD, SuperCab.
|Motor||Netgain Impulse 9 Series Wound DC|
Dual Motors in series both mechanically and
|Controller||Cafe Electric Z2KHV|
|Batteries||120 Nissan Leaf Modules, 8.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion|
40 groups of 3 60AH modules in parallel.
180AH (nominal, actual measured at 150AH)
|System Voltage||330 Volts|
|Charger||Manzanita Micro PFC-50|
When plugged into a 50A 240V outlet, it takes about
5 hours for a full charge.
|Heater||Single ceramic core mounted where heater core was.|
|DC/DC Converter||Vicor 4 x Vicor Modules|
V375B15C300AL2 x 4, for 1000W of DC-DC
|Instrumentation||LightObjects AH Meter|
|Top Speed||65 MPH (104 KPH)|
2nd gear - 35 mph
3rd gear - 65 mph
4th gear - Probably about 110 mph (I don't drive
|Acceleration||Quite good with Z2K turned down to 600 Battery Amp |
limit. Better than my Diesel version of the same
|Range||60 Miles (96 Kilometers)|
|Watt Hours/Mile||600 Wh/Mile |
|Seating Capacity||3 in front (middle not so good)|
3 in back (kind of cramped)
|Curb Weight||6,200 Pounds (2,818 Kilograms)|
|Conversion Time||Too bloody long. (most of a year)|
|Conversion Cost||Way too much. Somewhere around $28,000|
|Additional Features||Installed a Tilt-bed kit.|
Electric Power Steering Pump.
Electric Vacuum pump for Brakes.
Stock Cruise Control still works.
|Fun to drive.|
The only stock item that doesn't work is the Air Conditioning. I just
didn't bother adding a motor to drive the air cond pump.