gas2.org wrote:...The Camaro, formerly of Lithumaniacs but now of Team Haiyin EV Racing, is as much a custom project as any drag car. A custom tunnel and floor house two Net Gain electric DC motors paired together, and the engine bay has been converted to hold two used Zilla 2k controllers...
...â€œI am aiming for 9 seconds (in the quarter-mile) but weâ€™ll see how it does. Additional batteries should be here before the race,â€ he says, patting the huge black 70 amp hour lithium-polymer battery pack that takes up the entire trunk as well as where the rear passengersâ€™ compartment. It is actually made up of 80 individual batteries in series that come from a Chinese company, Haiyin, who are Ronâ€™s primary sponsor. â€œThese batteries have a C-Rating of between 45 and 90, which means they can dump all their power very quickly,â€ he explains. â€œI have over 4,000 amps to play with, and those electric motors should be good for between 1,500 and 2,000 ft-lbs of torque,â€ he says with a smirk. â€œBut like I said, weâ€™ll see how we do on Saturday.â€...
gas2.org wrote:Ron holds one of the many battery cells that make up the Camaro's lithium-polymer battery pack
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This series built pack was only to get the show started. The company is designing me specific cells in parallel packs for EV drag racing. The second pack will be much smaller in size (ah) and use a BMS system. I might become the East Coast dealer for these new Lipo cells. I will load the warehouse when full production starts.
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Doctorbass wrote:I know Frodus discussed with that guy Ronald Adamowicz (aka LithiumaniacsEVRacing) and his EV 1981 camaro
Apparently he have the nanotech compagny as sponsor and succeded to convince them to make larger Ah 1s pack for his next updrade!!!..
He said he would become distributor for them
Big Tuna wrote:There is so many things fundamentally wrong with that chassis and setup from a race car stand point its scary, very very scary ride.
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