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Holden volt parts available.

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lifeinthesun
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Holden volt parts available.

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Hi Team,
I’ve recently imported my second complete Chevy volt battery, first was a 2014, second a 2015.
So if anyone needs BMS modules, control module, coolant heater, hoses, harnesses, relays etc, drop me a line. Seems a shame to throw this stuff out. Also some nice HV Panasonic DC contractors, but probably want a few dollars for these as I may find a use for them.

I’m also selling 10kwh of batteries. On gumtree at the moment.

https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/north-w ... 1240040870

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Hi Steve,

Did you end up selling those batteries?

T1 Terry
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halfbridge wrote:
Sat, 18 Apr 2020, 13:46
Hi Steve,

Did you end up selling those batteries?
Gumtree link says they are sold. I wonder what hassles and price to import a salvage Chev Bolt, the newer version with the better motor/gearbox design.

T1 Terry
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brunohill
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T1 Terry wrote:
Sun, 19 Apr 2020, 11:01
halfbridge wrote:
Sat, 18 Apr 2020, 13:46
Hi Steve,

Did you end up selling those batteries?
Gumtree link says they are sold. I wonder what hassles and price to import a salvage Chev Bolt, the newer version with the better motor/gearbox design.

T1 Terry
Yeah. there is an idea. I would like to put Chevy Bolt running gear in my Brumby Ute. I could tell people it has a Chev 350 (volt) under the bonnet .

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:lol: Why not go for the big power plant and add a 454 or what ever the big block strokers are up to these days. Add an ultra fast charger and you can add "Supercharged" into the description as well :lol:

T1 Terry
EDIT: Just did a Google search and it appears to be a 572 big block stroker is the limit at the moment, so maybe a Keith Black 720?
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brunohill
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I did think about putting a leaf blower on my Nissan LEAF to supercharge it.

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Might be interested in the BMS and wiring if available.

Thanks

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