|Location||Ashland, Ohio US map|
|Vehicle||1999 Chevrolet S-10 |
I found the base vehicle on
eBay and made the mistake of
buying it sight unseen. It
started out being an Xtreme
S-10 but on delivery it was
obvious it had suffered a lot
|Motor||Advanced DC FB1-4001A Series Wound DC|
9.1" double shaft.
At 120 VDC, 25.2 HP continuous,
|Drivetrain||Base 2.2, 5 speed, air, p/s, |
|Controller||Evnetics Soliton 1|
300kW DC Motor Controller
800 -1000 AMPS
Fully programmable using a
laptop with an ethernet port
and web browser.
|Batteries||20 US Battery US-250-HC-XC, 6.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded|
|System Voltage||120 Volts|
SINO-US HANGZHOU TIECHENG
120 VAC / 230 VAC 15A input
120V DC output
|Heater||Ceramic electric heater and |
relay in place of the original
|DC/DC Converter||AC Propulsion DLS 45|
IOTA Engineering, L.L.C.
Input Voltage: 108 - 132 VDC
Input Watts: 750 Watts
Input Frequency: 50-60 Hz
Output Volts: 13.4 VDC
Output Amps: 45 AMPS
|Instrumentation||Curtis Model 900R battery |
VDO Vision Speedometer #918-
CEN-TEC 50-Amp Meter
|Top Speed||65 MPH (104 KPH)|
|Range||35 Miles (56 Kilometers)|
Depending on terrain and
speed driven. In a pinch it
will do a bit better and
still stay within the
recommended 80% battery
|Seating Capacity||3 adults|
|Curb Weight||4,320 Pounds (1,963 Kilograms)|
Front: 2020 lbs.
Rear: 2300 lbs.
|Additional Features||There is also a fun YouTube video of this |
|I have taken this truck to several car shows |
since it was completed and it never fails to
draw a crowd.
While I normally don't drive it in the snow
a recent unexpected snow fall proved the
near 50/50 weight distribution also makes
this vehicle very agile on slippery roads.