Under the HoodUnder the BedWith New Paint!LECTRKThe proud owner wearing an NEEAA Jacket
OwnerMichael Okrent
LocationMayfield Heights, Ohio US map
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Vehicle1997 Chevrolet S-10 LS
MotorNetgain Warp 9 Series Wound DC
DrivetrainClutch with 5 speed manual rear wheel
ControllerCurtis 1231C-8601
(96-144V, 500 Amp Output) now 1000 amps
David Mosher upgrade to 1000 amps 10/2012
Factory rebuilt in 2010 due to end plate blow
Batteries24 Trojan T-125, 6.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
System Voltage144 Volts
ChargerElcon PFC - 3000W
AC Input Voltage - range 90 - 260VAC
AC Input Voltage - nominal 120 VAC / 230 VAC
AC Input Frequency 45 - 65 Hz
AC Input Current - maximum 30A
HeaterEVA Electric Resistance
DC/DC ConverterIota DLS-55
55 amp
InstrumentationAmp and Volt Meter on aftermarket post
Range40 Miles (64 Kilometers)
EV Miles
Start:152,000 Miles (244,568 Kilometers)
Current:156,542 Miles (251,876 Kilometers)
Total:4,542 Miles (7,308 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity2 adults plus 2 children
Curb Weight5,500 Pounds (2,500 Kilograms)
TiresNew in 2010
Conversion Time1 year
Conversion Cost17K Including the donor vehicle.
Additional FeaturesEVS S-10 Transmission Adapter Plate (S-10 to NV-1500)
EVS Warp9 Motor Coupler (taper lock - clutch style)
EVS Front Motor Mount (WarP9 to S-10)
EVS Front Battery Box (4-battery capacity)
EVS Bolt-In Battery Box Frame System with hardware
EVS Control Circuit Enclosure (UL approved enclosure)Aluminum
Heat Sink (with heat
sink compound)
Heat Sink Fan (12V DC)
Curtis Potbox (PB6)
Albright Contactors (SW-200, 12V coils, w/blowouts)
Littelfuse Power Fuse (L25S-400 - 400 amp fast acting)
Pack Voltage Control Fuse (KEK-20 - 144V, 20 amp)
Anderson Battery Cable Connector Set (SBX-350, Red)
80 -180V Voltmeter
0 - 500 A Ammeter
50 mV Ammeter Shunt
Anderson Connector (SBX-350)
Anderson Connector (SB-50)
First Inertia Switch
E-Stop Dash Palm Switch
Gast Vacuum Pump (12V)
Square D Vacuum Switch
Tilt Bed Package (includes 2 - 200lb gas lifts & hinges)
New extra leaf leaf springs
New extra heavy duty Shocks in rear
Break job at rebuild 2010
Electric resistance Heater
Power steering pump and switch
J1772 charging receptacle in front grille.

2015 - Time to sell this amazing machine first $6K takes it. It
a new set of batteries. With my new job I can't use it so its time
for a leaf.

Thanks to Bob Rice, Tony Rish, Craig Dusing and the members of the

2012 - July. Power Steering is working! Bought the power steering
and an SOC from EV
Works in Australia (Quality is seriously lacking). SOA board is
installed but not working with in
Dash Fuel gauge as advertised.
Installed J1772 connector into front Grille. Rewiring of the DC-DC
Charger. Thanks to Tony Rish
at erevmotors.com

2012 - Feb. Thanks to Tony Rish for helping to install the EVA
Electric Resistance Heater!

2011 - February New Black Grille
2011 - January New Graphics
2010 - December Totally Repainted
Had to replace the tires this Winter. Just replaced the 12v
battery. First one lasted 2

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