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All Electric

  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Honda
  • Model: CRX
  • Type: Hatchback
  • Trim: CRX HF
  • Year: 1991
  • Mileage: 91420
  • VIN: jhmed8365ms001307
  • Color: White
  • Engine size: Siemens 1PV4133WS20
  • Fuel: NO GAS!!
  • Transmission: Siemens Simovert 6SV-1 100kW short inverter
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Blue
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
  • Location: Saint Peters, Missouri, United States

Description

Up for auction is Victor Tikhonov’s 1991 Honda “CRX Voltmatter” from MetricMind.com. Victor built this several years ago and it has gone through various changes from the original. You can read the full story here http://www.metricmind.com/ac_honda/main2.htm and here http://www.evalbum.com/194.

Some of the items that are not on the car currently from the project page:

Battery pack

Ultracapacitors Stack

BMS

Wheel Covers

Door Locks

Air Conditioner

Items that are still on the car:

Siemens 1PV4133WS20 (higher torque version of the 1PV5133WS18) $3,495

Siemens Simovert 6SV-1 100kW short inverter, programed to work with motor above $3,050

Brusa NLG513-WA 3.3kW water cooled charger $1,700

EVision 2 Battery Monitoring System

12V DC-DC converter integrated into power inverter

Schaltbau main contactors

Bosch Throttle Pot $200

Washbash Regen Pot

Laptop with Saidis Software installed

Top Speed: 135 MPH – guessed, speedometer pegged

This story starts and ends like a lot of EV conversions. Purchased from Victor only needing batteries installed. Time and money got away from me and now I’m on to other projects. I have lots of information that Victor sent me that I’ll forward to the winner of the auction. Stuff like the Siemens Inverter Manual, Operating Instructions for the inverter straight from Siemens, Default Inverter Data with notes on important settings, Saidis Software, drive motor torque and power vs. speed data, ChargeStar2 E software and profiles for the Brusa charger.

Interior is rough, not much time spent on it. Rear tail light had crack in it, I have replacement for it. Rear looks like car is jacked up like hot rod, however it is set up to handle the extra weight from the batteries. Once loaded with batteries body sit level.Let me know if you have any questions about specific items and I’ll do my best to answer them.