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Old 08-08-2010, 07:31 PM   #1 (permalink)
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electrical schematics

Hello All,
I've been lurking on this site for a while, reading and learning as much as I can. I've searched for an electrical schematic of a converted ev. I cannot find one. Can anyone help me? Thanks

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Old 08-08-2010, 07:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Ask Paul for the plans.
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If America manages to eliminate obesity, we would save as much fuel as if every American were to stop driving for three days every year. To be slender like Tiffany Yep is to be a real hypermiler...

Allie Moore and I have a combined carbon footprint much smaller than that of one average American...
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kinda depends on the parts you pick, there's so many variables. Everyone's would be different.
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I can figure out mostly everything but the precharge on the controller. Have no idea why and how.
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Hey Automcdonough, Since I don't have enough posts to send messages, Where in Cleveland? I work in Warrensville Hts. Maybe a meeting of the minds might be beneficial to both of us.
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I'm in lakewood. I don't mind meeting, I've been trying to make some contacts in this area.
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The Alltrax controller site has some nice informational PDFs available.

Scroll down to the General Schematic section:
Alltrax Document Depot

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Thanks GC-Steve, I went there and there is alot of info there.

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