get some supercaps and jack it into the motor controller, put the supercaps on a rail and stick them out of the hood for cooling, make sure to put them in with the charging loop on a nice fat relay so they're topped off when not in boost
This is the future. Not slapping a turbo or super on, but soldering as many super caps as you can to the motor without melting it
>tfw the future is literally just electrical nitrous
in 4 years, the first Model S cars will reach shitbox age.
then you'll see the quite a few really fucked up conversions.
especially when the battery pack is fucked and more expensive to change than the car is worth.
I-is that a wooden-framed rectangular headlight I see to the right?
I mean I get that there might be people rich enough to afford to buy a Tesla just to modify it but why that ghetto nigger-rigging?
Trying to be ``unique'' aka no better than this which is unanimously agreed upon to be dogshit
why the fuck wouldn't he get it done at least a little less half assed?
I imagine even a frame bent tesla wouldn't be so cheap that literally homeless could afford it.
I doubt a second-hand head light would cost more than 80 bucks.
no, because you need a lot of space to dump all that shit in, so you're gonna need a big vehicle either way, and the whole drivetrain is heavy as fuck, so whatever you put it in will then be heavy.
What I was thinking - 1999 Volvo V70 with all the tesla shit in it. If you can fit everything in, that thing will surprise so many people (up until about 100mph kek)
You could probably do a tube frame for it if you were really dedicated. But do you know if it'd even be possible? Like will the thing even run if the computer notices that you took a bunch of stuff off?
Something third party could probably be interfaced with it, but it would probably cost a lot unless you were really electronically minded.
You probably wouldn't have all the fancy torque vectoring goodies and whatnot, but I don't really doubt interfacing a control system with the batteries and motors is impossible.
>old gramps buys old e-motor
>buys cheap laptop batteries and controller
>rips out twingo engine and slaps the e-motor to the original tranny
>gramps and granny enjoy cruising to grocery stores (100km/h max) while having to pay a fraction of what they had to pay in gas before
old shitboxes and the possibilities of electric engines are magical.
the future is a strong smell of ozone, burning rubber, screaming straight cut gearboxes, sparks flying, glowing coils, and power like you have never seen.
i think everything's gunna be alright
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>while having to pay a fraction of what they had to pay in gas before
Actually an electric car is only marginally cheaper than conventional options in Germany where both me and that Twingo reside thanks to the government absolutely horridly malfunctioning "Energiewende" and high electricity prices. Electricity is roughly as much cheaper than diesel as diesel is cheaper than petrol, which means that for the running costs of an electric car you can positively just as well drive a CNG or LPG car and enjoy greater range and easier refueling.
>MAKES K AND NON K CARS
what do you mean?