You did a really great job with the conversion and this forum! I converted a 240sx to electric and need to get the lead out. The car has 1100 lbs of batteries and is not happy. http://vintage-voltage.com/240sx You have inspired me to go for the LiFePo, but I'm concerned sea freight may take 3 - 6 months to get delivered.
Do you remember how much the FedEx shipping cost you? I counted 240 cells in your pack. Did you ship all cells using FedEx? I'd like to talk to you more about your experiences with these cells.
Doctorbass wrote:JD.. This forum ia a very nice place to learn about EV!!
You just can't imagine how many people i refer to our forum!
What is imoprtant is that you correctly understand what we explain.. otherwise it mean we(guru) don't do our job correctly!!
I'm thoroughly impressed (and somewhat jealous. haha!). Great work
SRySwe wrote:I'm impressed!
Maybe it's the overvoltage to the DC-DC converters that causes the heat at charging?
For a 500A 50mV shunt, you would want to set the RShunt value in the high range mode to 0.1000 mOhm . If you tried to set it to 0.0500 mOhm, it would have reset itself to 0.078 or so since that is as low as it can go.
pwbset wrote:*bump* What's the latest oatnet? More videos please!
jag wrote:Any news on the e-conversion of the poptop camper? or commuta car?
The updates with battery pics, wiring and youtube videos used to keep me glued in front of the screen.
Hoping the thread won't roll off the end of the forum. Will there be a grand finale?
Former poptop bus addict (wife negotiated reduction of fleet), now eBike addict; maybe time for an ePoptop for me also sometime...
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