|Location||Silver Spring, Maryland US map|
|Vehicle||1974 Porsche 914|
|Motor||Warfield Warp 9 Series Wound DC|
|Drivetrain||Warp 9 inch, Canadian EV adaptor plate and 5-speed |
|Controller||Manzanita Micro Zilla 1K HV|
|Batteries||48 Sinopoly 200 Ah, 3.20 Volt, Lithium Iron Phosphate|
24 cells up font and 24 cells in the back. 30.7
|System Voltage||154 Volts|
|Charger|| Thunderstruck TSM2500|
Two TSM2500 chargers in series, EVCC charge
BMS. 240 volt J-1772 charge port.
|DC/DC Converter||Meanwell SD-500H-12|
40 amp, 480 watt, 72-160 volt input
|Instrumentation||12 volt meter, ammeter, Orion LED SOC display|
|Top Speed||90 MPH (144 KPH)|
We're not sure of the top speed yet but it can get
to 60 mph with
plenty of throttle left.
|Range||100 Miles (160 Kilometers)|
|Seating Capacity||2 adults|
|Curb Weight||2,700 Pounds (1,227 Kilograms)|
Original weight is 2194 pounds. After gas parts
conversion, the estimated weight is 2700 pounds.
|Additional Features||The car features a solar array on the front and rear trunk which will |
provide a trickle charge for
|Originally converted in 2000s by Mark Hanson with a Prestolite motor, |
homebuilt controller and NiCd batteries. Mark drove it 80,000 miles and
sold it to Charlie Garlow.
After the motor wore out, Charlie had Chip Gribben upgrade the car with
a Warp motor, Zilla controller, Orion BMS, Thunderstruck TSM 2500
chargers, lithium batteries and J-1772 charge port.