OwnerMarcos
Owner's Other EVs1995 Chevrolet Corsica EV
2005 Chevrolet Aveo
2010 E-CAR
LocationSt. Louis, Missouri US map
Vehicle2007 Miles ZX40
Great Miles EV Purchased on 48V system and upgraded to 96V.
MotorAdvanced DC 72V Series Wound DC
Good little motor. Re-wound for 96V. The original 48V Motor was too small for 96V
DrivetrainSingle speed with Electronic reverse.
ControllerKelly KDH09500A
Good controller for the price. but I would like a Curtis
Batteries8 Vision 6FM150, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM
Good batteries that came with the car. I had to purchased 4 more for the upgrade. but they're in overall great condition. 150 AH AGM Batteries. I Plan to upgrade to 6V Batteries soon.
System Voltage96 Volts
ChargerKelly HWC4B Series
96V - 12 Amp fully automatic charger and balancer
HeaterFactory Heat. Blows really nice
DC/DC ConverterKelly HWZ Series DC/DC
Converter 96V to 13.5V 300W.
InstrumentationDigital Instrument Panel. Meter Gauge, RPM, Speedometer. Really neat
Top Speed60 MPH (96 KPH)
Way better than the stock 48V which was limited to 25 MPH.
AccelerationGreat acceleration.
Range50 Miles (80 Kilometers)
You can get 40-50 Easy with this car. before the conversion, you could only get about 20 miles.
Watt Hours/Mile14000 Wh/Mile
I know this numer is incorrect, but I will work on that and get an accurate number.
EV Miles
Start:233 Miles (374 Kilometers)
Current:450 Miles (724 Kilometers)
Total:217 Miles (349 Kilometers)
Seating Capacity5 adults but only have 4 people so far.
Curb Weight2,998 Pounds (1,362 Kilograms)
Seats 4 people with no problem and you can't tell the difference in acceleration whether the car is full or only the driver.
Tires13 Inches
Conversion Time3 Weeks
Conversion Cost$3000 to upgrade from 48V to 96V.
Additional FeaturesI am working on an Air coditioning unit for this vehicle.
Great EV for the price. The original 48V is worthless. but once you upgrade because a dream EV.

I installed Xenon headlights for much better night driving and professionally tinted the Windows.

I installed the spare tire in the rear door.

I installed a custom made battery box in the rear of the car to accommodate the 4 new batteries. I also raised the rear suspension because of the extra weight.


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