Engine bayRear boxVolt
OwnerYves Munger
LocationRoberval, Quebec Canada map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle2002 Chevrolet S-10
Standard cab with long box
MotorNetgain Warp 9 Series Wound DC
DrivetrainOriginally with automatic transmission i converted it to a original manual 5 speed transmission.
ControllerCurtis 1231C
Original settings for now will try to fine tuning later.
Batteries24 Exide GC145, 6.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
System Voltage144 Volts
4000W HF/PFC use only 1700 watts on 120Volts@15 Amps to be able to charge anywhere.
Heater2 X 1500 watts on 144 volts, controlled separately with the original HVAC system air delivery.
DC/DC ConverterGo Power PFC-45
InstrumentationLink 10 E-Meter from Xantrex
Top Speed75 MPH (120 KPH)
120 Km/hr reach for now but the top speed will be about 130 km/hr.
AccelerationGood from 0 to 60 km/hr but slower over this.
Range63 Miles (101 Kilometers)
100 kms in town, less on highway
Watt Hours/MileTo be fill...
EV Miles
Start:126,000 Miles (202,734 Kilometers)
Current:126,475 Miles (203,498 Kilometers)
Total:475 Miles (764 Kilometers)
    As of 1/4/2010
Seating Capacity3 adults but 2 is more comfortable
TiresWinter Bridgestone Blizzak (December in Quebec at this moment)
Conversion Time4 month with my students.
It is a school project and it took 450 students hours.
Conversion Cost$20000 investment plus sponsors plus some tuning parts.
Additional FeaturesA total of 33 layers of paint and clear
$5000 of paint material
No strips only paint and airbrush
Strobes lights kit from Streetglow
Chromed wheels
Black housing headlights
LED rear stop light
LED upper stop light
Full chromed grill
Chromed pedals
Home made shifter
Complete sandblasted and paint engine bay
Home made rear box aluminum cover
Sport rite Rear air suspension
Full Duraguard protection in rear box
Hybrid power steering (electric-hydraulic)
Hybrid power brakes (electric-vacuum)
Special thanks to Randy Holmquist from Canadian Electric Vehicule (canev.com)WebPage for his excellent service and technical help.

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