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OwnerChad Sinke
LocationHartland, Michigan United States map
Vehicle1967 Volkswagen Avenger-GT Kit Car
1967 Avenger-GT Kit car by Fiber-Fab, on a 1967
VW chassi
MotorHPEVS AC-31 3-Phase AC
Drivetrain1967 VW 4 speed Manual Trans Axle / no clutch
ControllerCurtis 1238
100vdc, 550amp, with Regenerative Braking
Batteries90 Winston 40ah, 3.20 Volt, Lithium Iron Phosphate
90 batteries configured 3 in parallel 30 in
series to give me a 99vdc 120ah pack. 12kw
System Voltage100 Volts
ChargerElcon 1500w
Just under 7hr to charge on 220v. 9hr on 110v
HeaterWalmart Electric 1500w ceramic heat that I
rewired. Draws 13.5 amps on DC. Heats the car
DC/DC Converter
12vdc @ 40amp
InstrumentationSOC Meter & Mini BMS by Clean Power LLC, The
rest is Custom
Top Speed85 MPH (136 KPH)
4 speed manual transmission with no clutch
Acceleration0-50 in 10sec.
Range50 Miles (80 Kilometers)
50 miles @ 50 mile per hour
Watt Hours/Mile200 Wh/Mile
EV Miles
Current:3,000 Miles (4,827 Kilometers)
    As of 6/29/2016
Seating Capacity2 adults, with lots of storage in the back seat.
Back seat too small to sit upright unless your
under 5 years old.
Curb Weight1,600 Pounds (727 Kilograms)
Tires205-75-R15, 1980 IROC-Z Wheels
Conversion TimeElectric Conversion took 3 months, Completeing
the Kit Car took 15 months.
Conversion Cost10K to do Electric Conversion, an additional 5K
to finish the Kit Car.
Additional FeaturesPower Window, Remote Keyless Entry, Blue Tooth access to the SOC
Meter. Have 2kw RV generator under the front bonnet. This is my
emergency charging station, it follows me every where I go:)
I am currently adding an additional 8kw of LiFePo4 batteries to the
front of the car to increase my range to 85 miles.

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