|Location||Newark, California US map|
|Vehicle||1982 Dodge Rampage |
Front wheel drive pickup based on the Dodge Daytona. Low, light, good aeros.
|Motor||Advanced DC 9 Series Wound DC|
Bought it used, on the road 9 years and 24k miles. Had it tuned up during my upgrade to TS Lion.
|Drivetrain||9" ADC motor, 144 volt Curtis controller, 40 Thunder Sky 160ah Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries, 110-220 volt charger, Elithion BMS,|
|Batteries||40 Thunder Sky 160 AH, 3.70 Volt, Lithium Iron Phosphate|
|System Voltage||140 Volts|
110-220 volt charger, 2000 watts.
|DC/DC Converter||Iota 35 amps|
|Instrumentation||Volt and amp gauge, Elithion display|
|Top Speed||75 MPH (120 KPH)|
Pb was 70, now hits 75 and has more if I stayed on the throttle.
|Acceleration||Pb required a start in first gear, now second gear works better and pulls to 60 on an onramp. Use to get to 40 or 45 on an onramp. Works great!!|
|Range||60 Miles (96 Kilometers)|
Been on the road 2 weeks, two trips of 50+ with power to spare.
|Watt Hours/Mile||Don't know|
|Seating Capacity||2 adults when I have a passenger seat!|
|Curb Weight||2,440 Pounds (1,109 Kilograms)|
With 20 6 volt flooded cell, 3370, with 15 8 volt flooded, 2940, with 40 160ah TS, 2440.
|Conversion Time||3 years for lead truck, 7 months to convert to Lion|
|Conversion Cost||Original conversion $3k because I got used parts. Lion conversion $13K.|
|Additional Features||The batteries are in a tray under the bed of the truck so I can haul motorcycles and other big things.|
|The 8 volt conversion was a mistake, the range dropped too much. The Lithium is the wave of the future!!|