Latest Under the HoodThe additional batteries in the back witThe J1772 connectorClutch attached to the motorAt an auto showUnder the hood 2Under the hoodThe additional batteries in the backLatest Under the Hood
OwnerJose
LocationTampa, Florida US map
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Vehicle2004 Nissan Sentra
SE-R SpecV
MotorNetgain Impulse 9 Series Wound DC
DrivetrainManual Transmission
ControllerEvnetics Soliton 1
Batteries96 Nissan Leaf Batteries, 7.50 Volt, Lithium-Ion
Batteries from the defunct Batter Place company in Israel. These batteries came from a Renault Fluence. This car was originally designed with Lead Acid batteries and upgraded in 2014 to use lithium batteries.

Added on September 2015, a second set of Nissan Leaf batteries from a 2013 Leaf
System Voltage120 Volts
ChargerElcon PFC 2500
120 and 240 V charging
HeaterPortable 12 V heater. It is enough for Florida
DC/DC Converter 500-DCDC-636 636W 53A
InstrumentationJLD 404 and Voltimeter for accessories battery, vacuum gauge meter with alarm for brakes.
Top Speed90 MPH (144 KPH)
Acceleration0-60 in about 12 seconds.
Range130 Miles (209 Kilometers)
Longest drive: 95 miles in ideal conditions at about 70 mph average and still had about 30 miles left.
Watt Hours/Mile308 Wh/Mile
EV Miles
Start:139,000 Miles (223,651 Kilometers)
Current:162,000 Miles (260,658 Kilometers)
Total:23,000 Miles (37,007 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity5 adults
Curb Weight3,480 Pounds (1,581 Kilograms)
I had the car weighted after I upgraded to lithium batteries.
TiresStandard Nissan Sentra tires
Conversion Time400 hrs in 21 months of weekends.
Conversion Cost18,000 including the car.
Additional FeaturesAdded an electric power steering from a Chevrolet Equinox. The driving experience improved a lot. Steering now feels like an OEM and it is now quiet. It has adjustable power steering assistance level
Lithium batteries upgraded from April to July in 2014 and then added a second set in September 2015. Range increased to 130 miles.

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