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EV propulsion adapters for electric conversion by lou_dias
Started on: 08-03-2016 03:58 PM
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http://www.ev-propulsion.com/adapterscouplers.html

There seems to be a Fiero adapter.
Has anyone used this?
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"•1980 Chevrolet Corvette (California only)"

Because everyone knows the 49 state Corvette, and all the other years, are so different.
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Originally posted by Raydar:

"•1980 Chevrolet Corvette (California only)"

Because everyone knows the 49 state Corvette, and all the other years, are so different.


Found this one too:
http://www.evwest.com/catal...h=36&products_id=114
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Warp 11HV motor capable of 600 ft*lbs with 280v

http://www.evwest.com/catal...ath=8&products_id=53
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http://www.ebay.com/itm/EV-...V-West-/111095115654

So you can buy electric motors with an output shaft on each end ... this lets you run this type of adapter for running traditional accessories like A/C pump.... Pretty cool.
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Originally posted by Raydar:

"•1980 Chevrolet Corvette (California only)"

Because everyone knows the 49 state Corvette, and all the other years, are so different.


Yeah. The vehicle application list is a bit weird, and seems to be wildly incomplete. I like how the metric pattern version has cover plates for the starter notch on both sides, so one side needs cut for transverse, and I think the other side might need cut for the 4WD S-truck applications (don't recall how close the forward driveshaft gets exactly).

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Originally posted by lou_dias:

http://www.ev-propulsion.com/adapterscouplers.html

There seems to be a Fiero adapter.
Has anyone used this?


I have, and I had to grind off an outcropping on one side of it that interfered with the CV joint such that you could not do a clutch job without pulling the axels off.

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"88 GT converted to electric drive"

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These look like CanEV adapters. You can probably find more detailed information on their site, CanEV.com. Supposed to be one of the best built adapters out there.
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