Bms MonitorMotor couplerDrive shaft from motor to transfer case.Motor mount bracketBattery Sub frameMotor coolingEngine BayPower Tool Outlet
LocationCanterbury, South Island New Zealand map
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Vehicle1985 Suzuki SJ413
Used for around farm and is registered as a farm
vehicle so exempt from the normal certification
MotorMars ME1003 Permanent Magnet DC
Forced air cooled with pod filter. Keeps motor
clean and dry when driving through mud, and
stops gravel dust getting into motor brushes.
DrivetrainEV Motor now sits where gearbox used to be, and
connects via short driveshaft to original 2
speed high low 4wd transfer case.
ControllerKelly HPM
Batteries76Ah, 82.00 Volt, Lithium-Ion
Two 10 cell packs out of a 2018 Hyundai Ioniq. LG Chem.
Rated to 4.15 volts per cell. Setup to only charge to
95 percent (4.1 volts) to prolong life.
System Voltage82 Volts
900 watt charger. With Bluetooth programable BMS.
There’s heaps on eBay under the name ‘Ant BMS’.
Good for 300amps draw or about 4C off the pack.
Balances all 20 cells to within 0.001 volts of each other
really impressed.
Heater1200 watt 72 volt heater with water pump plumbed
into factory heater core. Takes 10 minutes to
pre heat up cabin in winter.
DC/DC ConverterKelly
12.5 volts output.
Top Speed25 MPH (40 KPH)
40kph in high range. 15kph in low range.
Stock SJ 413 diffs are 3.9:1.
Changed out with 1990s Vitara diffs at 5.12:1.
Used on a hilly farm high speed is not necessary.
Range20 Miles (32 Kilometers)
This is fine for around farm.
Seating CapacitySeats four. All EV components are in engine bay
so no cargo space was used up for conversion.
Curb Weight2,000 Pounds (909 Kilograms)
Same if not slightly lighter than factory since no fuel tank.
Conversion Cost$5000 NZD.
Additional FeaturesBuilt in 2000 watt sine wave inverter 72volt dc to 240ac. For running power tools out in that paddock.
Water proof plug on opposite side to charging port.
Currently used on a farm which is completely off grid. Vehicle charges from a mixture of solar and a
small hydro generator.

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