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Old 05-23-2008, 12:33 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ah, good old Digg.

For conversion parts & pricing, head to the Fossil Fuel Free forum. There's a thread going on about that right now.

FYI, the motor we have is fully capable of highway speeds. The limitation is the controller and number of batteries (system voltage).
Ah! I never knew that! Cool, thanks for the info, I'll consider that after all then.

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Welcome to EM! Maybe you can try a "Dr. Ecomodder and Mr. Hyde" approach to driving, . The fuel-cutoff has been discussed. On the Scangauge, we *know* it happens when the instant MPG goes to 9999. But, it doesn't seem to be implemented "across the board". It seems like it's on some cars and not others.

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