Rixster
OwnerE-V Concepts
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LocationCharleston, South Carolina US map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle2004 E-V Concepts RIXSTER
Original design in 2002. Custom built tubular frame and chassis by E-V
Concepts.
Fiberglass body designed by Spherical Fiberglass
Designs for E-V concepts.
MotorGeneral Electric 3080 Series Wound DC
36v 6hp 4600 rpm
DrivetrainGolf cart rear end with high speed gears.
ControllerCurtis
500 amps
Batteries200 A123, 3.30 Volt, Lithium-Ion
System Voltage60 Volts
Charger
Charger and BMS by E-V Concepts
Heateroptional
DC/DC Converter
yes
InstrumentationSpeedometer and odometer.
Top Speed65 MPH (104 KPH)
Designed for city driving under 50 mph.
AccelerationFast
Range40 Miles (64 Kilometers)
Range can be increased with more batteries.
EV Miles
Current:3,000 Miles (4,827 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity2 adults
Curb Weight750 Pounds (340 Kilograms)
Aluminum frame and fiberglass body.
Tires13" wheels in front
15" wheels in rear
Conversion Time30 days.
Conversion CostFiberglass body - $1500
New Rolling Chassis - $2500
Batteries and Components -$2500
Additional FeaturesSafer, faster and smother riding than any NEV or golf cart.
Wheel base 96"
Width 68"
Overall length 144"
For Sale by E-V Concepts.

DIY kits available or conversions from your golf cart by E-V
Concepts.
Any new or used golf cart can be used for conversion.
The Fiberglass bodies were designed to fit over a golf cart chassis.
Patented by Spherical Fiberglass Designs.

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