Electric Car Conversion: Dodge Neon

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Should I use AC or DC, and how big should I make the motor? I'm thinking about converting my 99 Neon to electric. Hi, Andrew - You can use either AC

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FEV, Inc. to Unveil Dodge Caliber-Based Range Extended Electric Concept Vehicle at SAE World Congress

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A conventional MY 2009 Dodge Caliber. will unveil a Dodge Caliber-based range extended electric concept vehicle (ReEV) powered by a UQM propulsion system and generator at the 2009 SAE World Congress next week. Click to enlarge. FEV , Inc.

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Audi power-dense 2.5L TFSI engine with electric biturbo delivers 591 hp from 2,480 cc; 48V subsystem for the turbo

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The 2015 Dodge Challenger SRT Hellcat’s supercharged 6.2-liter (6,166 cc) HEMI V-8 engine is rated at 707 hp (527 kW) and 650 lb-ft (881 N·m) of torque: 85 kW/L and 143 N·m/L. A DC/DC converter provides the connection to the 12‑volt electrical system.

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FEV, Inc. Partnering with EIG on Li-Ion Pack Development for Range-Extended Electric Vehicle Project

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The battery pack is expected to be demonstrated in a ReEV concept Dodge Caliber that was shown by FEV at the 2009 SAE World Congress. FEV’s internal development project converting a Dodge Caliber to a full ReEV was designed to demonstrate its full spectrum of capabilities in hybrid engineering. The energy storage system described in January consisted of a 20 kWh liquid-cooled lithium-ion battery pack that operates at 346V, with a Delphi DC/DC converter. FEV, Inc.

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FEV Showcased Partner and Internal Advanced Hybrid Development Projects at SAE World Congress; Demonstrations of Capability

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FEV’s internal development project converting a Dodge Caliber to a full ReEV was designed to demonstrate its full spectrum of capabilities in hybrid engineering.

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Chrysler unveils new electric minivan for the US Postal Service

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With more than a 40 percent market share, our Chrysler and Dodge minivans continue to lead the segment we created more than 25 years ago," said Frank Klegon, Executive Vice President-Product Development, Chrysler LLC. produces Chrysler, Jeep, Dodge and Mopar® brand vehicles and products.

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CortezHigh School : Plymouth Laser, Dodge Rampage and Pontiac Fiero KearnyHigh School : Porsche 924 {Returnto top of page} EV RacingSites and Organizations Carolina EV Challenge : Highschool EVs Demseys World Record Associates :electric streamliner "White Lightning" did 245.524 mph. Battery chargers and DC/DC converters. DC PowerSystems : Mega-controller and battery regulators. DC electric motors and controllers DE HAARDT : controllers andremote control equip.

Lotus and Harmon partner up to add sound to hybrids

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Breaking News Feed Chryslers first EV will be the Dodge Circuit Vectrix in trouble, may be for sale REPORT: Toyota claims 40,000 pre-orders for new Prius Cadillac Converj reportedly approved for production *UPDATED New York 2009: Mitsubishi confirms i-MiEV will come to U.S.

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Where Plug-In Hybrid Conversions (mostly Priuses) Are

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February 2007 (Washington, DC) Jackson EMC electricity cooperative by EnergyCS, February 2007 (Jefferson, GA), contact ashedd@jacksonemc.com GreenTomato Cars by Amberjac/EnergyCS, February 2007 (London, UK), contact simon@amberjac-projects.co.uk David Taylor, 2005 Dodge Ram Pickup by David Taylor ( Taylor Automotive ), June, 2008 (Sanford, NC), contact David Taylor. About CalCars Plug-In Hybrids FAQ How to Get a PHEV Where PHEVs are Car-Makers Say.

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Cleantech Blog: Smart Grids and Electric Vehicles

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Remember its PURE D.C. Cleantech Blog Cleantechblog.com, the premier cleantech site for commentary on news and technology relating to clean tech, greentech, energy, climate change and carbon, and the environment. Find investors, resumes, and free research Get Cleantech Blog in your email Enter your email address: Subscribe in a reader Join us on Linked In Follow us on Twitter Join us on Facebook GHGBlog.com - The Greenhouse Gas Blog Loading.

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