VitaminJ
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Re: Removing stock controller and using my own.

Mon Oct 16, 2017 9:10 am

This guy has a Nissan Leaf motor using custom batteries and electronics in his Honda CRX. It dyno'd over 300hp/220kw at the wheels using his parts and tuning.

https://www.facebook.com/underground.electrics.nanaimo/

It's safe to say there is A LOT more power to be had from the Leaf's motor, though supplying that power from the stock battery is likely not possible.
2013 Ocean Blue SV w/ QC and LED
- +0.2 mi/kwh Aeromods
- 2lb 5Ah LiFe 12v battery

RNM
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Re: Removing stock controller and using my own.

Tue Oct 17, 2017 3:56 am

arnis wrote:LeafSpy shows now (newest version).

You mean this?
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arnis
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Location: Estonia, Europe

Re: Removing stock controller and using my own.

Tue Oct 17, 2017 12:24 pm

Yes. This.

Nissan Leaf motor will overheat rapidly if it is loaded to 200kW. Same thing with Tesla's.
Short range EVs <30kWh -- Medium range: 30-60kWh -- Long range: >60kWh
Charging: Trickle <3kW -- Normal 3-22kW -- Fast 50-100kW -- Supercharging >100kW

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