Originally Posted by KiwiEV
Oh man I've been slack! My sincere apologies.
KiwiEV2 may only exist in my mind at present but I can tell you this: It will be lithium powered - and it will be cheap.
KiwiEV 1 proved it could be done. KiwiEV 2 will prove it can be done with LiFePO4 (lithium) batteries, and yet done cheaply!
I'm going to need around $9,000 NZ ($6330 USD). It's a lot of money, yet for a useful, decent-performing lithium conversion that's pretty unheard of.
I've saved up my money, and now am ready to buy your premium package on how to convert to electric, but I don't want to buy it yet if you're still doing future High Definition videos that might not be included in the present/immediate package.
I want to make sure I get everything I can. Including your guide and HD videos on your dream lithium battery converted car, so I can convert to lithium batteries too! x3
So, if you're offering any future updates and HD videos, tips, etc. for free anyways, after I have bought the present premium package (around $77), then I'll go ahead and buy your package right now! If you do not, I'll wait later when your package is more updated.
Please reply back soon...Thanks.
Your potential customer,
PS: I don't want to go to a scam webpage that claims to be you selling your product, so is that web link at the bottom of your post the right website to buy your ev conversion guide?
PPS: Uh...I was wondering does your guide have any information about how to to connect 2 electric motors, like white zombies ev? Not with the couplink, but with the one long driveshaft running through both engines ("siamese twin"). I'm planning on doing a Lancer Evolution 9 with two Warp 13 netgain motor conversion. (Some time in the future to beat white zombies 1/4 mile and 0-60 street legal EV world record) But for now I'm just doing a cheap EV conversion to test out how good EV really are 0.0 (hopefully less than $10,000 x3).