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OwnerJeff Wilson
Owner's Other EVs1996 Solectria E-10
1998 Ranger EV
LocationPeoria, Arizona US map
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Vehicle1995 Chevrolet S-10
Solectria E-10
MotorBrusa gtx20T 3-Phase AC
two
DrivetrainDirect drive
ControllerBrusa AMC325
two controllers
Batteries24 Deka 8G24, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Gel
Dominator 74 Ah
System Voltage144 Volts
ChargerBrusa NLG412
HeaterYes, and its HOT. (electric)
I also have AC and it's COLD
DC/DC ConverterBrusa
InstrumentationBrusa AmpHour meter, ammeter, voltmeter
Top Speed75 MPH (120 KPH)
Accelerationabout 25 seconds
Range45 Miles (72 Kilometers)
Started in 2005 with 45 miles... now 2013,
same batteries and still getting about 25
miles.
Watt Hours/Mile175 Wh/Mile
EV Miles
Start:15,000 Miles (24,135 Kilometers)
Current:25,000 Miles (40,225 Kilometers)
Total:10,000 Miles (16,090 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight4,000 Pounds (1,818 Kilograms)
approximately
TiresGoodyear Allegra P215 75 15
Conversion Timeabout 100 hours to get it running again
Conversion Costabout $4,000 in parts, batteries and stuff
Additional FeaturesPower steering, Power brakes, A/C, AM/FM Cassette, tinted rear
slider window, bucket seats. The other neat feature is that it
is green instead of white like almost every other E-10 on the
road. (I know of only 4 others and two of those are being
parted out.)
This is an LS version of the S-10, very few of these were
converted by Solectria. It has about 15,500 miles on it. The
truck was originally an Arizona truck so it has absolutely no
rust. When I bought it, it had 12 dead Hawker batteries and
about half the Arizona desert in it. After a substantial
bath, it started looking like a truck again. The batteries
were a wash as well. New Dominators and a little re-wiring
got me into a really nice truck.
UPDATE: It's been almost a year and over 5,000 miles and
going strong. No serious problems, only a loose wire that
caused a dead truck. Traced the wire and no problems since.
What a TRUCK!
UPDATE: It's been 2 years now and over 10,000 miles. Still
running great. This is a daily driver.
UPDATE: I put this truck in service back in 2005. Its Jun
2013 and I'm using the same batteries and still get about 25
miles range. They are getting old but still work.
Update: Its December 2015, batteries are dead. Need a new
set. I'm finally going to part with this truck and sell it.
Any takers? See it for sale on the EV Tradin' Post!

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