Under hoodChBatteries, Charger, Emergency KillDash
OwnerJohn
LocationCreswell, Oregon US map
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Vehicle1991 Acura Integra
144v with clutchless 5 speed. 15 amp DC-DC Converter. 1500w heater ran through AC button. Custom speedometer controlled w/steering wheel buttons.
MotorNetgain Warp 9 Series Wound DC
9" series wound DC set to 15deg CW advance.
DrivetrainWarp 9 Series Wound DC Motor. Warp 9 1000 amp Controller.
ControllerNetGain Controls WarP Drive
1000 amp water cooled, 144v.
Batteries12 Trojan SCS220, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
Bad battery for this application. Went off other peoples testimonials and didn't work well. Doesn't handle the heavy draws. Should have gone with AGM or Gel.
System Voltage144 Volts
ChargerZivan NG6
Setup up for 15 amp charge, wet lead acid.
Heater1500w Ceramic
DC/DC ConverterIota 15 amp
Instrumentation-Nordsgog speedometer
-Simpson Minimax Volt/amp meters
-Tach via aluminum tach flag and capacitive prox
Top SpeedHad it up to 90, running 4k rpms so backed off. Still was pulling though.
AccelerationVery fast, don't actually know. Clutchless 5 speed so doesn't shift very quickly.
Range20 Miles (32 Kilometers)
Am out of the city so all range tests have been @ 55-60mph. Would do better in town where amp draws are lower.
EV Miles
Current:400 Miles (643 Kilometers)
 
    As of 11/28/2011
Seating Capacity5 adults
Curb Weight3,000 Pounds (1,363 Kilograms)
Close to 50/50 distribution, 300lbs over factory.
Tirescheap
Conversion Time2 years worth of weekends
Conversion Cost~$15,000
Additional Features2000amp, 1500v Siemens industrial dc contactor for panic kill sw.
Am looking at selling this and possibly doing another.

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