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Hi,

I've spent the past year playing with an electric conversion.

I've literally so close to finishing and decided to to sell it so I can work on another project.

The car is 2006, red, it has an 11 dc motor, I've done brush advancement.

I've reprogrammed the canbus with an aurdino so I can turn off any engine lights on the dash.

The motor is fitted and engine mounts fabricated.

I have a small controller 500amp 200v

I have made some DIY batteries approx 10kw. However I'd recommend not using these and acquiring your own cells.

It's a fun project so close to being finished!

£1200 for everything but the batteries.
I'm based Stockport, Bramhall
 

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Has 2 contractors, timer for the precharge, air pump for the brakes... Literally everything. Just needs batteries really.
 

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Need more information. What is the Motor type/model and nominel voltage? and what is the Controller type/model ?
Which voltage on the battery pack sad in your plan ? (E.g. 200VDC)

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Need more information. What is the Motor type/model and nominel voltage? and what is the Controller type/model ?
Which voltage on the battery pack sad in your plan ? (E.g. 200VDC)

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The motor was pulled from a balcankar fork lift. Its was 72v before the brush advancement. I'm not sure what it can handle now but I was planning on running it at 144v

The controller is 500amp with max 200v dc.

The batteries I made were from recycled laptops. I'd not recommend them. They require to much maintenance. I plan to use them in a campervan.
 
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