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Electric Honda S2000

Electric engines are no doubt the future and one man decided to get started on his own EV right now. The owner Brian, decided to swap the Honda S2000’s factory F20C motor, drivetrain, and electronics for a dual-shaft Advanced DC FB1-4001A motor. The S2000 will run the electric motor at its highest capacity of 144 volts and will be fed by 45 160Ah lithium-ion batteries.

Brian had always wanted an electric vehicle and decided he could do the swap himself. Brian estimates the swap costed him $6,000 and only costs only $30 a month to power. Make sure to check out his blog to see all the build. There is a ton of work that went into this project.

Source: Brian’s electric S2000 blog via Jalopnik

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