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- Thu, 03 Jan 2019, 21:00
- Forum: Technical and conversion discussion
- Topic: Prelude conversion project - some questions
- Replies: 132
- Views: 9548
G'day Chris This is fascinating - you hit many of the same problems that any other car builder does and then you have to deal with contactors, pre-charge and fuses. Oh, and the small matter of battery construction! "skookum" - I'm going to guess you watch AVE? Thanks for the detail you put into thes...
- Thu, 03 Jan 2019, 00:20
- Forum: AEVA WA Branch
- Topic: Dept of Transport Inspections
- Replies: 5
- Views: 408
G'day Bren and Phil FYI, that is the same list of certifying engineers that we work from in the Sports Car Builders Club when our members need to register an Individually Constructed Vehicle. Our members have used Sam Rossi a lot in the past, but he is effectively retired now. Terry Southam is good ...
"The key secret design to the winner of class C was sand paper and clag..." Haha - yes, I saw the drive method and was quite surprised, but it does avoid the inevitable parasitic friction of belts and chains. The motor controller implementation was pretty ingenious, if I understood it correctly. The...
- Sat, 03 Nov 2018, 23:42
- Forum: Electric motors and controllers
- Topic: Electric boats
- Replies: 7
- Views: 658
G'day everyone I have basically promised the wife that she can have a boat. But we agreed that we weren't keen on an outboard. So we came up with the idea that we might have fun planning and building an electric boat. It makes sense (well, for now, anyway) as in most cases the range requirements are...
Well, I attended the event as a flag marshal, along with my mates from the SCBC. It's a bit of a culture clash, as our cars aren't electric and generally don't even pretend to get good fuel consumption. However we understand some of the issues involved in the planning and construction of vehicles fr...