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OwnerGeoff Shepherd
LocationEverett, Washington United States map
Vehicle1998 Ford Ranger
(OEM Electric)
MotorBrusa 3-Phase AC
90 HP 67 kW 3 phase 13,000 RPM max
DrivetrainSingle speed ratio 12.518:1, RWD
300 Amp with regen
Batteries39, 8.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, AGM
(2000 pounds) with heaters mounted in composite box between frame rails
System Voltage312 Volts
5 kW on-board Avcon 240 VAC inlet individual battery monitoring/balancing
Heater2 stage electric resistance (PTC) with automatic climate control
DC/DC ConverterLambda
100 Amp, liquid cooled
Instrumentationa) speedometer b) miles to empty c) "fuel" gauge d) system temperature e) warning lights for: "on" indicator, low charge, power limit, malfunction, charging, etc...
Top Speed78 MPH (125 KPH)
computer limited.
Acceleration0 to 50 MPH 12.5 seconds
Range70 Miles (112 Kilometers)
summer, 50 miles winter
Seating Capacity2 adults, or 3 very close friends
Curb Weight4,800 Pounds (2,181 Kilograms)
(700 pound payload capacity)
TiresUniroyal Tigerpaw LRR
Additional FeaturesEconomy mode to increase range
Variable regenerative braking
Variable assist electro-hydraulic power steering
Sanden 3-phase electric air conditioning
Battery thermal managment (warmers and fan)
Four wheel power ABS disc brakes
Tilt steering
dual 2nd generation air bags
alloy wheels
Explorer suspension components and frame rails
heat rejecting glass
Composite leaf springs & Watts linkage
aluminum hood
Really cool looking aluminum dropped real axle to which the traction motor is mounted.
tonneau cover

code by jerry