|Location||Stockholm Sweden map|
|Vehicle||1982 Volkswagen GOLF I|
|Motor||Asea Brown Boveri LNA 132 SPEC. Series Wound DC|
9.5kW 86V 140A 4200 r/m
rumor says it was first made for a SAAB electric car project.
|Drivetrain||standard VW transmission. Uses Clutch.|
|Controller||Curtis 1221C 74xx|
|Batteries||9 Trojan 1275, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded|
In a heated stainless steal box with fan ventilation
|System Voltage||108 Volts|
|Charger|| Truck-Tema prototype|
1+2 phase charger. Normal and fast charge
Fast with 50A when batteries are empty.
When it reach 128V it cut 2Phase off and
charges only with 1phase 25A-1A.
Normal with 1phase 230V 25A-1A
|Heater||2,4kW 90-140V PTC element.|
with 3 settings 800/1600/2400W
Instead of the original heater core
Controlled by solid state relay.
|DC/DC Converter|| ACTIA Renault Clio electric|
Input 70-172V Output 13.8V 55A
(have a few for sale, new in box)
|Top Speed||65 MPH (104 KPH)|
When it is summer or at least no snow I will try how fast it goes. Tommy with his super lead made a 87 mph record.
|Acceleration||OK, could be better with other type|
of batteries like Lithium.
|Range||14 Miles (22 Kilometers)|
I have not made any real test yet,
only in traffic few days after restoration. With new super lead batteries Tommy ones reached 40 miles
|Seating Capacity||2 adults|
|Curb Weight||2,500 Pounds (1,136 Kilograms)|
|This car was originally converted by Tommy Engkvist Solteknik TE in 1992,|
I found it in bad condition 2009 and have restored it and made new uppgrades.