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My name is Andrew. I'm 18 years old, and I've been working on electric cars for about three years now. I've successfully converted two cars, a Toyota Tercel and a Mazda pickup, and I've been very satisfied with them. All kinds of info on these and other projects is buried deep within the pages of this blog, so take a look around!
Monday, March 24, 2008
I got most of the high-voltage wiring on the component board done today. The pic shows the layout I ended up with. The most positive and most negative of the pack will be attached to the shunt and the fuse, and the motor wiring comes out the bottom of the board. Eventually, I'll put those big Anderson connectors on here to make it really easy to remove.
This is for anybody that wants to see what's really inside a Raptor. I had mine apart today for a little while. I'm mounting throttle sensor to the case of the controller. It should be a lot more portable and reliable this way.
I'm spending the afternoon today cleaning up in preparation for the Discovery Channel. They're coming over for an interview on Monday. My truck is getting a bit of a workout moving my dad's cars around.