The process of midification from gas car to electric car.

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Yolanda
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After I wrote two blogs here to tell everyone that we have come out 7kw~10kw brushless hub motor with 60V/72V digital controller for electric car and we have modified one gas car to electric.Many friends are interested.

So now I submit the process of modification.Hope it can help everyone to know the diffierence between our electric car and others.

First, check the original rear axle and tear it down.
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Second,cut two sides of the axle,the length of cut axle is the same as the width of the motor.
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Third,add the frame for assembling the brake and motor to the axle.
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4,Put the brake on.
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5,Assemble the modified axle to the car.
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At last,Put the motor to the brake and add the suitable wheel and tire.
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And then,you can drive the pure electric car with max speed of 80km/h on the road easily.

More information of our product,please go to www.emotortech.com .

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JanSarel
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Re: The process of midification from gas car to electric car.

Has anybody converted a vehicle to electric by fitting Taizhou 8kW hub motors to the rear wheels with drum brakes?

JanSarel
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Re: The process of midification from gas car to electric car.

Has anyone converted a vehicle to electric hybrid using Taizhou 8kW hub motors fitted to the rear wheels with drum brakes. Below is the link to the website of the motor I have. The brake disc shown is removable. How do I fit this motor to a drum brake hub?

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http://tzquanshun.en.alibaba.com/product/1546666470-219925634/Electric_Car_Hub_Motor.html

Johnny J
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Re: The process of midification from gas car to electric car.

You propably have to convert to using discs...cannot see any other solution.

Jenny Snyder
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Re: The process of midification from gas car to electric car.

Hey Yolanda, thanks for giving the step-by-step process. It seems quite easy but will it really work? Is it really so much easy to convert a gas car to electric car? Electric cars are a very good invention in the automobile industry and it would save huge amount of gas and store them for future purposes. I'll definitely try your process. It's really a very bad fuel economy these days I am having. Hope it would helpful to me and also for other users. Keep sharing.

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Re: The process of midification from gas car to electric car.

very helpful tutorial with images. Thanks.

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