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66 MGB by Roger Klisch

“66 MGB - EV”

 


Member Name: Roger Klisch

Project Title: 66 MGB

Project Status  3 - Almost Done

Owner: Roger Klisch

Location: Stillwater

System Voltage: 96

Vehicle: 66 MGB

Web Page: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pThTHBF3p_s

Motor: 203-06-4001A Advanced DC Motor

Drivetrain: 4 Speed Manual Transmission

Controller: Kelly KDH09500A

Batteries: Trojan 30XHS

Battery Management System: Home Built

Charger: Home Built

Heater: none

DCDC Converter: none

Instrumentation: AuotmationDirect PLC and touch screen. Monitors and displays all batteries individually, battery box temperature, running amp, and rpm.

Top Speed: 60 mph

Acceleration: average

Range: 20 miles

Watt HoursMile: 52

Seating Capacity: 2

Curb Weight: 2000

Tires: stock

Conversion Time: about 250 hours including car restoration

Conversion Cost: $5000 for EV portion. $2500 for vehicle and restoration

Additional Features: Heated battery boxes. Individual battery charging and monitoring. PLC controller. Touch screen.

Project Comments: It would have been nice to have a cleaner (no rust) vehicle, but on the positive side it was easier mechanically to convert than some new cars, and it is a classic. I do wish I had a longer range. I live in a remote area and it does not serve me well.

 

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