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Re: Growing trend of classic car conversions to EV power.
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the aural loss of electric is like losing one of the senses

Jimmy Goldstein would agree he still has some sense LOL
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Posted on: 10/21 9:48
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Re: Growing trend of classic car conversions to EV power.
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Ford has got it started for EV guys looking for a beauty
https://www.fordracingbyspeedshopdirec ... hVSxkifvsyPYaApb5EALw_wcB
M-9000-MACHE FORD ELUMINATOR MACH E ELECTRIC MOTOR

Peak power: 210kW (281hp)
Peak torque: 430Nm (317 lb.-ft.)
Max speed: 13,800rpm
Gear ratio: 9.05:1
Weight: 93kg / 205 lbs

under 4k USD!!!!

better value than any engine
fits beautifully in any bay

57cm Long x 37cm H x 34.5cm Width

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could be a nice rotary engine replacement by Mazdas past Big Brother and partner
now for a battery, controller/inverter and charger

13,800rpm

Posted on: 11/3 1:06
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Re: Growing trend of classic car conversions to EV power.
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Looking at this Ford crate EV engine again it even fits all Japanese kei cars!!

Posted on: 11/10 2:31
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Re: Growing trend of classic car conversions to EV power.
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What controller are peeps using with it? If it was a DC motor could use a Zilla 1000-amp controller and any batteries you want (lead-acid or lithium), but with AC motor i got no idea

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Re: Growing trend of classic car conversions to EV power.
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Thats the next step I suppose, always the motors come out first then the industry makes their own controllers to suit their needs
In reality halve of that output in a smaller package would be a great step for the majority of commuters.
Thats 105kws and 150lbs of torque! almost still more than most need daily.

Posted on: 11/14 2:32
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