What makes the Xebra go?

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masonsteele
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What makes the Xebra go?

I've read all over the ZAP website, and in forums and reviews, and cannot find anywhere the type of motor used in the Xebra three-wheeler. Does anyone know what it is and who makes it?
thanks,
M

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What makes the Xebra go?

masonsteele
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I suggest you contact http://visforvoltage.org/user/wizard

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thanks.

I sent him an email, and also found pice of the motor on his site.
thanks for the help,
M

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Xebra Motor Pics

The Xebra is a 72V system using 6 12V batteries to power the DC traction motor below.

Motor_side_view_400.jpg

Motor_label_400.jpg

You can see many more up close pictures of the motor as well as many other components of the Xebra here

http://xebraworld.com/Parts%20Pictures/Xebra%20Parts%20Pictures.htm

Mark Higley

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Mark Higley

http://www.midwestev.com

They are here and they don't even know it.

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thanks for posting the pics

thanks for posting the pics again mark. good stuff.
m

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