Last shot of the day!MiMod & BatteriesGood and clean
OwnerTroy Lentz
LocationLee's Summit, Missouri US map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle1969 Bradley GT II
Bradley GT II with lots of modifications. from the ground up she is all new! Shaved doors, lots of fiberglass work. Air duct system allowing air flow to the batteries and motor. Diamond plate battery box. drives like a dream.
MotorNetgain Warp 9 Series Wound DC
DrivetrainVW type 1 Transmission with cluchless shifting 4 speed.
ControllerCurtis
Batteries12, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
Currently I have a 12v system running 144v to the motor. I'm looking at purchasing new batteries... and running Lithium batteries to get better distance.
System Voltage144 Volts
ChargerKelly
HeaterWell for now Electra is more of a show EV. I'm very proud of the work that we all have put into the vehicle. I'm not driving as a daily drive. I'm taking it to shows to show others what can be done to EV's
InstrumentationMiMod by EVInstruments
I'm using the MiMod by EVInstruments it allows me to see all the individual battery voltages and gives me reporting that can be used to make the car preform better all at the touch of a button.
Visit www.evinstruments.com for more information on MiMod
Top Speed95 MPH (152 KPH)
I'm just breaking it all in to be honest... I don't drive long distances yet.. I get to many looks just driving it around town...
AccelerationIs pretty good lots of power in that warp 9
Seating Capacity2 adults
TiresSome great looking Firestone tires I picked up from the store here in Lee's Summit
Conversion TimeLOL From the ground up... Lots of friends to help out... about 1 year.
Conversion Cost20's
Additional FeaturesTouchscreen running MiMod EV. Allows me to control the car and all the gauges. From one central point. GPS, Radio, Car switches. Custom Seats... Lots of extra's in body work. LED lighting except the headlights looking to change them out as well. Shaved door controlled with poppers. A true modern day EV with a great look.
This has been a great learning project for me. I wanted something that would test all my life's work. I have accomplished my goal of building an EV I can be proud of and I look forward to building my next EV. Visit me a www.evorbust.com to see my next project.

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