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OwnerSylvain Cote
Owner's Other EVs2012 Mitsubishi i-Miev
2002 Hyundai Accent
2009 ZENN
2012 Ariens AMP 24 Sno-Thro
LocationSaguenay, Quebec Canada map
Web/EmailWebPage email image
Vehicle2010 Polaris Ranger EV
MotorABM ABM 40 Type DLGF112200-4 3-Phase AC
Single 48-Volt, High-Efficiency, AC-
Induction Motor, 30HP
DrivetrainSmooth Independent Rear Suspension (IRS)
ControllerSevcon G4865 GEN4
650 - Amp Sevcon Gen IV controller with
multi-mode driving and regenerative
Batteries8 US Battery 12VXC, 12.00 Volt, Lead-Acid, Flooded
11.7kW battery pack at 48V DC; Eight 12-
volt, US12VXC batteries in series-parallel
System Voltage48 Volts
ChargerDelta-Q Technologies QuiQ 922-4800
InstrumentationDigital Hour Meter, Mode Indicator, DC
Outlet, Hi-Temp Light, Change Cycle
Indicator, Battery Life Indicator.
Top Speed25 MPH (40 KPH)
40.5 km/h (using my GPS)
AccelerationPretty brisk in "hi" mode
Range50 Miles (80 Kilometers)
Up to 50 miles Range is in 'Max Range'
driving mode, flat ground and may vary
depending on driving conditions
Calculated using my current consumption:
~30 miles (off-road trails)
EV Miles
Current:435 Miles (699 Kilometers)
    As of 5/10/2013
Seating Capacity2 adults, 1 kid (center)
Curb Weight1,700 Pounds (772 Kilograms)
Tires25 x 9-12; Carlisle
Conversion TimeOEM
Conversion Cost13,500$ CDN
Additional FeaturesI have added a digital speedometer/odometer for logging
I have also ordered the quick-charge kit. It should come to
a full charge in 4 hours or less (one additionnal charger)
for 619$.

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