Clutchless adapter60 Hypower 100AH LiFePo Cells 4 Ligoo Battery Monitor Units (BMU)Ligoo BMS and Samkoon 5.7" DisplayWarp 9Hipower 100AH Lithium CellsUnder the BonnetKw Meter1987 Chevy S-10
OwnerWayne Anderson
Owner's Other EV1987 Specialized Hardrock USA
LocationTwin Falls, Idaho United States map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle1987 Chevrolet S-10
Chevrolet S10 pickup, 4 cylinder, 4 speed transmission, bench seat, NO Power options, AM Radio.
MotorNetgain WarP 9 Series Wound DC
9.25" diameter, with Advance Timing.
Drivetrain4 speed manual transmission, front disc brakes.
ControllerCafe Electric Zilla Z1K HV
Controller and Hairball ,with Hall Effect Pedal Input, speed sensor, water cooled 1,000 Amp.
Batteries60 Hypower 100Ah, 3.20 Volt, Lithium Iron Phosphate
60 batteries total, 30 on each side of the drive line.
System Voltage192 Volts
ChargerManzanita Micro PFC20, with Buck Enhancement
120/240 VAC input, 12/450 VDC output, charger is designed to charge any battery pack from 12 volts to 360 volts nominal (450 VDC peak.)
Heater1500 Watt Ceramic, with High & Low heat settings.
DC/DC Converter CHENNIC, JDC135-19212
CHENNIC, Isolated DC-DC Converter(JDC135-19212)
155-250V 500W 40AMP DC/DC
InstrumentationDigital 500 Volt DC, 20 Volt DC, 1000 Amp DC, a 2" Digital Tachometer and 5.7 Samkoon touch screen display.
AccelerationVery good!
Range65 Miles (104 Kilometers)
Watt Hours/MileStill testing..
EV Miles
Current:13,650 Miles (21,962 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight3,040 Pounds (1,381 Kilograms)
The same as it was with the gas engine!
Tires165/80R15, 35 PSI front and 35 PSI rear.
Mounted on 15" X 4" Wide, S10 Space Saver Rims.
Conversion Time12 months for Lead acid and 3 months to upgrade to Lithium.
Conversion Costest. $15,000.00 for original Lead conversion and the upgrade to lithium was an additional $10,000+
Additional FeaturesClutch-less, Tilt Bed & KW Meter.
First Lithium Test drive March 4, 2013.
First test drive Aug. 22, 2008 with the lead acid pack
My original goal was to have the S10 EV ready for it's 1st road test on July 4th, 2008. To declare my "Independence" from the tyranny of gasoline.

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