|Location||Nimbin, New South Wales Australia map|
|Vehicle||1991 Mazda RX7 Savannah |
series 5 rolling shell somewhat dilapidated, been restored. Motor in, have got everything but the battery pack and BMS, wiring...
|Motor||Advanced DC 9001 Series Wound DC|
extra shaft at other end unused
|Drivetrain||Advanced magnetics 9001 Dc Series 9" motor directly coupled to a 2L Ford escort box via into custom escort/mazda tailshaft (under construction)|
|Controller|| EPC corporation Jr model|
|Batteries||0.00 Volt, Lithium-Polymer|
|System Voltage||144 Volts|
|DC/DC Converter|| Chennic 144V- 14.5V DC to DC converter|
400W switchmode with LiFePO4 12V pack from electric bicycle with 12V BMS,
+ solar converter/regulator 10W
lightweight solar panels being built into bonnet
|Instrumentation||Voltmeter, ampmeter/shunt, accessory voltage meter, cycle analyst. ZEVA EVMS|
|Top Speed||unknown at this stage|
|Acceleration||presuming less than stock (ridiculous fast car as a twin turbo 13B no doubt)|
|Range||unknown at this stage|
|Seating Capacity||2 + 2|
predicting around 1350 kg,
original weight distribution
|Tires||low rolling resistance ones next for comparison|
|Conversion Time||lots, mostly researching, finding parts, restoration so far|
|Conversion Cost||so far about $6590 aus|
|Additional Features||Racing seat by Bride came with it. Comfy!|
Great bargains along the way to do it within this budget so far. Still have BMS/batteries to buy and a lot of work to do.
strutbrace with adjustable stops.
must have been being setup for track/street racing once upon a time.
|Has been a fun project and serendipitously progressing so far. Needs work on the capital injectors. Motor is in, messing with mounts and wiring at the moment. 12V system messy...|