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The Batt mobile - Aussie Autocross racer

Watt-hours per mile: 
466
Typical range: 
10miles
Top speed: 
100mph

This is a purpose built car for grass roots motorsport including Autocross, khanacross, motorkhana and hill climbs.
It has an Advanced DC FB1-4001 DC motor and weighs 530kg

Seating capacity: 
2
Heater: 
none
Drivetrain: 
DC Series - Front wheel drive through a standard 5 speed
Motor: 
Advanced DC FB1-4001
Number of wheels: 
4
Controller: 
Zeva 1000amp
Charger: 
Thundersky
Batteries: 
Chevy volt 7KWH pack 3p42s
Location: 
Brisbane Queensland Australia
Method for 12v system: 
Auxiliary bike battery (AGM)
Miles as an EV: 
50
Lighting: 
None
Curb weight: 
530kg
Conversion time and cost: 
11months $15,000 (including around $3,000 in mistakes)

Electric Warrior

Watt-hours per mile: 
350
Typical range: 
13
Top speed: 
40 mph

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Seating capacity: 
2
Heater: 
none
Drivetrain: 
Chain
Motor: 
Advanced dc A89-4001
Number of wheels: 
4
Controller: 
logicsystems 700 amp
Charger: 
Minn-kota 4 10amp marine
Batteries: 
UB 12750 sealed 12volt
Location: 
Indiana
Miles as an EV: 
no odometer, est 300
Lighting: 
36 volt headlamp, 12 volt tail, resistive
Curb weight: 
est 450
Conversion time and cost: 
80 hours 2300 to convert
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Xtreme BugE

Watt-hours per mile: 
tbd
Typical range: 
80-100
Top speed: 
70mph

Seating capacity: 
1
Heater: 
na
Drivetrain: 
Custom belt drive w/Gates Poly chain
Motor: 
Professional golf cars AC 72volt
Number of wheels: 
3
Controller: 
Curtis 1236 ac controller
Charger: 
Quick charge
Batteries: 
Odessy agm will chage to Life-po 80-100ah by April 2010
Location: 
Takoma Park, Md
Method for 12v system: 
aux 12v batt
Miles as an EV: 
aprox. 30mi
Lighting: 
12v mc halogen
Curb weight: 
tbd
Conversion time and cost: 
tbd

500W 48V electric kart conversion from salvaged electric scooter parts

Typical range: 
35-40km
Top speed: 
27kph (17mph)

More information on this kart can be read at http://electrickart.blogspot.com

Seating capacity: 
1
Drivetrain: 
Sprocket chain
Motor: 
Rear wheel from an electric scooter, 500W, 3/4HP
Number of wheels: 
4
Controller: 
Controller salvaged from scooter
Charger: 
100-220V 17AH charger from scooter
Batteries: 
4x12V deep cycle lead-acid, 18AH
Location: 
Antwerp, Belgium
Method for 12v system: 
transformer salvaged from scooter
Miles as an EV: 
~300km
Lighting: 
LED lights, optional 8x8 LED blinkenlights matrix
Curb weight: 
~100kg
Conversion time and cost: 
6 months thinking, another 6 months thinking, 1 week of converting (we're not mechanics), about 850-1000 euros

Foldable Electric Tricycle

This special tricycle incorporates innovative design with practical daily use, and it features two wheels in front and one in rear; the front two springs will adjust and balance the rider when turn around corner or any sudden changes of the direction is made.this trike can be folded to fit into the car trunk or van.20090819165.jpg20090819164.jpg20090819163.jpg20090819162.jpg20090819161.jpg20090819160.jpg20090819159.jpg this triycle is very fun and easy to go ! Keep in mind, we only used high quality parts putting all our bikes together and dedicated to become number one manufacturer in the field of ebikes and tricycles in the world .20090819167.jpg

Drivetrain: 
brusheless geared motor
Motor: 
250W motor
Controller: 
36V 15A
Charger: 
36V
Batteries: 
36V 10Ah Li-Ion batteries
Lighting: 
headlight and tail-light

Bumble BEE VEE Riding Mower

Typical range: 
1.5 Hours
Top speed: 
5 MPH

Seating capacity: 
1
Heater: 
Summer Air
Drivetrain: 
5 Speed Belt Drive with Reverse
Motor: 
MARS ETEK-RT
Number of wheels: 
4
Controller: 
48v Contactor 300Amps DC
Batteries: 
Four 12 Volt, Optima D31 Yellow Tops,
Location: 
Northern Virginia
Miles as an EV: 
Mowed Lawn 3 Times, 1.5 Hours Each Time
Lighting: 
Front HeadLights
Curb weight: 
600 Pounds
Conversion time and cost: 
6 Weekends, $1500
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Electric Old School Mini Bike

Typical range: 
10 miles
Top speed: 
50

Seating capacity: 
1
Drivetrain: 
Direct drive
Motor: 
Etek
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
Alltrax 4834
Charger: 
Soneil
Batteries: 
B&B EVP-20
Location: 
Glendora California
Method for 12v system: 
2x 100w Qudas
Miles as an EV: 
~1000
Lighting: 
2x 55w Spider Eyes and LED Maltese cross tail light
Curb weight: 
140
Conversion time and cost: 
4 weeks $2500 total

ELECTRECUMBENT

Typical range: 
25 to 30 miles
Top speed: 
39 MPH

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Seating capacity: 
ONE
Heater: 
none
Drivetrain: 
none
Motor: 
48 volt Pantera series Hub Motor
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
stock controller from pantera freedom electric 48 volt scooter
Charger: 
36 volt EZ-GO w/the pack split in two via on/off switch
Batteries: 
6 count 20 Amp Hour SLA's brand unknown
Location: 
Phoenix AZ.
Miles as an EV: 
last pedometer said 2130 miles
Lighting: 
AA powered lighting
Curb weight: 
????
Conversion time and cost: 
????

extreme xb 500 electric bicycle

Typical range: 
18 miles to 23
Top speed: 
23 mph

It's all stock and everything works great . I bought it about 2 months ago.

Seating capacity: 
2
Heater: 
no
Drivetrain: 
motor
Motor: 
500 w brushless
Number of wheels: 
2
Controller: 
whatever comes in the xb 500 eb
Charger: 
48v
Batteries: 
4 12v 12 amp agm
Location: 
lakewood ca
Method for 12v system: 
4 12v batteries
Miles as an EV: 
100 est miles
Lighting: 
12 v bulbs
Curb weight: 
100 lbs
Conversion time and cost: 
stock
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Modified Board

Typical range: 
twice around the block,more with nimh to be reported at a late date
Top speed: 
15

This is a conversion of a chinese knock off of the BMW street carver as designed
by Rudi Meuller. It was a short board of 150 watts and a 3 button wireless controller
that featured slow acceleration and braking ramps. This is a nice feature, actually.
I made it into a long board ( 48 inch ) and added a bigger 450 watt Unite motors MY-7618
24V motor.
I have a hitech R/C transmitter and reciever going to a Jetti 80 amp brushed speed
controller. It also has a deadman's switch so if you step off it shuts down.
The original 7 Ah SLA batteries would only deliver 4 aH's at the power levels the
450 watt motor requires. I have since changed to 4 aH Elite brand Nimh sub-c batteries
( 20 total). This saved over 10 pounds! These deliver enough instantaneous amps that the HTD belt snapped on the first try with the Elites! A new belt is on order. More to come.

Seating capacity: 
On a skateboard??
Heater: 
A hot mamma
Drivetrain: 
HTD belt
Motor: 
MY-6812 ,brushed
Number of wheels: 
4
Controller: 
Jetti 80 amp brushed
Charger: 
Hitech R/C charger
Batteries: 
20, Elite 4000mah Nimh
Location: 
InsaneDiego
Method for 12v system: 
none
Miles as an EV: 
2 miles per charge. SLA's fail at 20 amp load,just installed Nimh
Lighting: 
street
Curb weight: 
25 lbs. with nimh
Conversion time and cost: 
Rietti short board,150 watt, to long board 450 watt . $130 for board,$75 motor,$100 batteries,free controller,$75 R/C equip.

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