Along with the fact that you can find a Electric Wombat that someone has already made linked from their site, this kit car gets a "EV friendly" rating. I will be heading over there in a few weeks and take a test drive & lots of pics. Will follow up with a review of the car.I have several customers currently doing e-bats. Depending on how you want to secure the batteries we can add bolt tabs to the subframe to make that easier.
The frontal area appears minimal (likely less then an original mini), the drag is anyone's guess given that complicated shape - but I would think that it is very slippery.Any idea of the coefficient of drag and the frontal area of the Sterling?
Also any clue of how many batteries you could actually carry?
We don’t participate in VW car shows or VW performance events where the Riot would be popular, therefore we have decided to sell all parts and tooling associated with the Riot.Included in the sale:
1. Main body mold
2. Dash mold
3. Windshield frame mold
4. Outer engine cover mold
5. Inner engine cover mold
6. Engine box patters
7. Upholstery patterns
8. About 100 windshields
9. Riot body assembled to VW pan with headlights, park lights, tail lights and license light assembled. Engine cover hinged and latched.
Price: Reduced to $35,000. Contact Tom McBurnie at 619 444-1006
these are just vw parts that are sold
canev.com sells adaptor plates
kta has some kits and adaptor plates for vw as well
hope it helps
Clutch:good links to bad they don't list whether they use the clutch or not. here is another one http://www.canev.com/KitsComp/Components/Adapter page.htm
What happened to your visit and pictures? sorry to raise thread back from the dead...I will start with my hometown guys, the Wombat Car Company.
Along with the fact that you can find a Electric Wombat that someone has already made linked from their site, this kit car gets a "EV friendly" rating. I will be heading over there in a few weeks and take a test drive & lots of pics. Will follow up with a review of the car.