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  • Ford Festiva EV
    new 8 volt batteries that are installed in this vehicle running at 72 volts It will come with a new 5 10 amp adjustable voltage 12 72 VDC battery charger and a 1 2 amp float charger for the accessory battery It has installed a DC volt meter and amp meter on the dash for easy readings This car will out perform any GEM car by its speed being that they only get 25 MPH top Speeds up to 52 MPH can be reached with this EV which is what I got with this car with recent testing Faster speeds 55 to 60 MPH can probably be obtained in warmer weather being that there is a 25 loss in efficiency with the batteries in cold weather which we are currently having Also because the brushes on the motor are new once they are worn in it will pick up speed and range It will get between 25 to 50 miles on a charge depending on driving habit your speed terrain etc As the batteries cycle through after 16 to 20 charges there will also be a noticeable difference in the range per charge Normal car parts for this car are

    Original URL path: http://www.preparedness1.com/fordfestiva.htm (2016-02-16)
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  • Geo Metro Electric Conversion 1994
    More EV s for Sale Geo Metro 1994 Electric Vehicle EV More Pictures Want to run your gas car on Water Click Here for more information

    Original URL path: http://www.preparedness1.com/GeoMetro1994White.htm (2016-02-16)
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  • Volkswagen Beetle 1969 Electric Vehicle
    did or storage space luggage etc The back panel just lifts over and reveals the seat Carriage racks on the sides can be made on the back for carrying items of choice These VW conversions can run at 72 volts or 48 volts using an Alltrax Controller and a D D Series Motor This particular one is a 72 volt conversion Any Additions Changes Can Be Arranged if wanting one

    Original URL path: http://www.preparedness1.com/vwtruck.htm (2016-02-16)
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