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pickup truck used to be one of the least expensive new or used conversion platforms you could buy Its sturdy frame is specifically designed to carry extra weight and extra or heavier springs are readily available if you need them an important safety criteria not found in car or van conversion platforms
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The additional battery weight presents no problems for the pickup s structure The pickup isolates the batteries from the passenger compartment very easily, The pickup is much roomier The engine compartment and pickup box or bed
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space offer flexibility for your component design and layout, and a front-wheeldrive model gives you additional flexibility for battery mounting
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A late-model, compact, or intermediate pickup offers frontal-area comparable
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to equivalent-sized cars, yet front grill and engine areas can be more easily blocked or covered to reduce wind resistance and engine compartment turbulence
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The pickup truck can be made into an instant hybrid just load a portable emergency electrical generator and one or more five-gallon gas cans into the back (Figure 4-13)
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A pickup tr uck conversion is the best alter native over a car or van
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Your Batteries Make a Difference
Of all the pickup truck advantages, its extra room makes the biggest difference because it makes more space available to mount batteries With car conversions, you must either choose a larger chassis or go to 8- or 12-volt batteries With a pickup truck chassis, you can use more powerful 6-volt batteries to produce 120 volts and more Both the 6- and 8-volt (more energy storage) and 12-volt (less total weight) options are available with the pickup conversion More batteries means higher voltage, which dramatically improves your performance (see Figure 4-14) Vintage EV designs from the 1970s found 72 volts acceptable Today, you would be unhappy with anything less than 96 volts, and 120 volts the setup used for 10 s conversion is even better Beyond that, a 144volt battery setup is still better for motors designed to use the extra voltage Remember, you need to have enough voltage to push the current you need to get the torque you need to go the speed you want It is usually more efficient to run higher RPMs than higher current to get the power you need Both maximum RPM and maximum current must be kept within the motor s design spec When the battery pack is more than 80 percent discharged is when you are most grateful for extra voltage A 120-volt battery string comprising 20 6-volt batteries (about 1,200 lbs) typically delivers a top speed of 60 mph or more and a 60-mile range (at reduced speed) in a 3,000-lb curb-weight pickup truck with 4-speed transmission You might get more or less depending on your design and components Jim Harris Ford Ranger pickup conversion covered in 10 goes 75 mph, and his range was still increasing at press time Increasing voltage will increase maximum motor speed and that equates to being able to drive faster Increasing battery amp-hr will extend range Adding batteries will add voltage and weight But it is possible to increase voltage without changing weight by changing to a different battery
Figure 4-14
More batteries are alw ays better than less up to a point
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T h e B e s t E l e c t r i c Ve h i c l e f o r Yo u
Table 4-2 presents all the dimensions of the conversion trade-off: chassis, motor, controller, batteries, and charger versus OK, ideal, best, and unlimited money alternatives If money is no object, you customize your chassis, add the latest powerful AC induction motor with custom controller, and tool around the countryside powered by nickel metal hydride or lithium polymer batteries towing your power-boost trailer The rest of us have to take it a bit slower; our movement toward the best category can only proceed as fast as our pocketbooks allow: a pickup, readily-available series DC motor, Curtis PWM controller, lead-acid batteries, and an onboard 120-volt, 20-amp charger Actually, anything from the OK or ideal column is acceptable And while I am obviously prejudiced towards pickups, that doesn t mean you have to be The point is, use what s available DC motors, Curtis controllers, and lead-acid batteries are with us in abundance today and at a reasonable price While not state of the art, they are proven to work, available from many sources, and you can get lots of help if something goes wrong By starting with known quantities, your chances of initial success and satisfaction are very high You can get up and running quickly When you re ready for your next conversion, you can experiment a bit, push the outside of the envelope, etc You know what it s all about, what s working, and where you d like to make the changes
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