Check out my Behind the Build session today!
Again come TOMORROW SATURDAY come to Red Rocks Amphitheater and you will see the coolest EVs you have ever seen guaranteed:
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Yep it's probably not possible in Australia or lots of other places but luckily for me in the state that I live homemade DIY EV conversions are embraced. My state has no safety inspections either, only emissions.How does this go with legalities of registration? Here in Australia I reckon the roads authorities would reject any EV-converted non-EV because they would say it has to go through the full engineering assessment process and there would be no place in Australia qualified or capable of doing the full compliance and engineering assessment for such a vehicle currently (since EV's here are still such a niche product in general).
The only EV 4wd's here are custom converted 79 series specifically for mining use mostly underground. There are no other EV's made here as Australia had all it's vehicle manufacturing raped when the various car makers walked away (Mitsubishi in 2008, and Ford GM/Holden and Toyota all within the last 10 years) so all new EV's sold here bar those converted 79's are imported.
Bummed I missed this. Whats your thought on a lighting E Motor system put in the 80? Would it even be possible and did you talk to them much to have an idea what their conversions would even run cost wise? I still would love to stop by there and try to get a tour but pretty sure they would kick me out.Showing off the awesome custom built EVs at the event:
Thank you for the help and the solar rack, I probably wouldn't have gone for it without Gamiviti being there.Just watched your whole presentation... well done! And thanks again for letting us be a small part of this, just so cool Jimmy.