Electric car plans

Electric Car Plans

You’ve decided to build your own electric car and now you need reliable electric car plans. We’ve found some good plans that we will share with you to get you started.

First, what do you need to begin?

·        Simple tools found in any household workshop- saws, drills, wrenches etc.

·        A place to work- shop, garage, barn or even outside is fine

·        Detailed electric car plans

Before you get started you will need a vehicle to do the conversion with. I say conversion because any vehicle will work for this project, but some are better than others. Gas or diesel doesn’t matter as you will be removing the engine anyways, and everything related to fuel and exhaust.

Your new electric car will produce no fumes either. We think that’s great.

You will need a vehicle with a standard transmission though. Automatic transmissions just don’t work with electric motors for cars.

Don’t worry; you won’t have to learn how to drive a standard though if you don’t know how. Your electric car will drive just like an automatic. Just put it in gear and drive. It’s that easy, no shifting in town at all.

When you pull up to the stop light for instance the electric motor just stops. It’s all explained in detail in the electric car plans.

Your new electric car will have great acceleration too. We were amazed at how fast it was off the line in town.

Your electric car will be able to go 50 mph and have an effective range up to 200 miles on a single charge depending on your choice of vehicles and your driving habits.

We kind of lean towards using small trucks now that we have done 3 conversions ourselves. Small trucks like the older Toyota Tacoma (around 1995 or so) offer a lot of room for battery placement. They are light and strong too, a perfect combination for this project.

Small cars work well too, but offer fewer options for battery placement.

Our best range vehicle is actually our Toyota Corolla, well over 200 miles between charges.

This is not a difficult project either although you will need a helper at times. Those extra hands when you are attaching the DC motor are needed.

How much does it cost?

You can build your own electric car for only a few hundred dollars (including the cost of the detailed plans). If you use the sources of free batteries and free DC motors found in the electric car plans you can keep the cost down to a very reasonable level.

Imagine the first time you drive by a gas station while others are filling up. Did you know that gas is expected to reach $7 per gallon next year?

Isn’t it time you did your own electric car conversion? Let’s get started.

Electric Car Plans is the best place to start to do your own conversion and stop paying outrageous gas prices at the pumps; it really isn’t that difficult and makes a great family project with detailed electric car plans.

To learn more visit this site and click on the link CONVERT2EV.

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