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Date: May 24, 2010
Name: Dan
State: NSW
Country: Australia

Mate Great tips. I just bought the book you recommended. Your approach is logical and easy to understand - thanks. Hope to join the green team soon... Dan

Date: May 30, 2009
Name: Brett
State: WA
Country: Australia

I would like to convert my mini moke where can I buy the conversion kit eg. Chinese one I see on the blogs?

EVric Replies:
The Chinese kit is available from Goombi's website:


Date: May 3, 2009
Name: D
State: ??
Country: USA

Why need a gear box cant you controll the motor and the can with a speed controll. and then just switch the polarity to go in reverse?
EVric Replies:In the car that I am using the drive train is east west and the gearbox and differential are together in the transaxle. Without this there is no way to power the wheels. I will mainly be using third gear and occasionally reverse. It also saves on another expensive reverse contactor.
Date: September 19, 2008
Name: vince
State: collingwood,ontario
Country: canada

I saw the video that had rob muller's 48 volt conversion and it is similar to the ev that i would like to build-bottom line you might say but it would suit me perfectly. I live in collingwood ontario canada and the town is quite flat, not too many hills to speak of right up to the base of blue mountain(hill 600ft).I s there some way i can get more details about his car, thank you, vince.

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Frequently Asked Questions...

Q. How did you come up with the weight of 81.6Kg for each passenger?

A. In the document "Vehicle Standards Bulletin 14 - National Guidelines For The Installation Of Electric Drives In Motor Vehicles" on page 11, section 2.8 it mentions 68Kg for each person and 13.6Kg for each person's luggage. See the Approval page for link to download this document.

Q. When and where do the Electric Car enthusiasts meet in South Australia?

A. The Adelaide branch of the AEVA meet once a month. Please see the EVRIC News page as the top item will always announce the next meeting for the group and where it will be held.

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