2007 Proton Jumbuck GLi running Nissan eNV200 Gear
Cheers mate, I was actually going to just dump the whole Leaf setup into the car as is, it'll fit physically, and then we have a custom drivetrain specialist in town who reckons he can make me custom CV shafts to suit, I'll just have to flatbed the car into him and leave it with him for a few days. He normally makes driveshafts for 1,000HP Drag cars and Top Fuellers, Doorslammers, and stuff like that. So this will be a piece of piss for him he thinks. However, like a Glass Coffin at a Funeral, Remains to be seen.I uploaded my Scan of the Leaf Motor:
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Maybe it will help you. It's hard to create a solid out of the mash. You can still use it for measurements. I would modify this adapter plate if you want to create your own motor adapter: Free CAD Designs, Files & 3D Models | The GrabCAD Community Library
Though to me, this sounds like a more elegant solution than mixing and matching more and more parts, the more and more parts I mix, the more things to go wrong. In my eyes if I keep the things together that were meant to be together, I'll have less dramas overall. I won't have to worry about a clutch being 5mm out of alignment because someone machined the adaptor wrong ever so slightly, or screwing my input shaft bearing on the box for the same reason. I trust what I can design, but I'm not so full bottled on trusting things I can't make, so I generally overkill it (Like a 1,000HP driveshaft builder making my CV's, if he can make shafts for top Doorslammers, he can probably make something suitable for 80kW)
I've learned this from my mates doing things like Big Block Chev Motors into 4x4's, and Rotaries into Family Sedans and stuff.