Out of the context of the rest of the manual, the alphabet soup is a bit daunting. This is what I found:No pin outs or much
That's the sensible layout if making modern EV components fit in a Sevenesque chassis.
None of the Ford controls matter if you use the Eluminator as a bare motor with encoder, connected to a non-Ford inverter.AEM Electronics mentioned (as an aside in a YouTube video about an unrelated project) that an Eluminator installation which was at the SEMA show used a Cascadia inverter, borrowed from AEM's project.
See 1:45 in Our '71 Pinzgauer EV Conversion is FINALLY Coming Together!
They mentioned a team working with Ford, so although a consumer probably gets no information or support, a commercial operation building something for a show promoting Ford gets assistance.
I didn’t ask, and I am not sure in the UK with the DMVL how it all works. But folk have been building 7 chassis for 70+ years now.
Yes, and one result is that among cars including those loosely referred to as "Lotus 7" style or inspired or whatever, there are many variations in design, some of which are unlike (in the details) any real Lotus/Caterham 7. A common area for differences is the rear suspension, which is highly relevant to using a drive unit placed in the rear; it wouldn't work with a live beam axle and I wouldn't want to try it with a de Dion axle.But folk have been building 7 chassis for 70+ years now.