Garage. Tuesday , April 10th , 2018 - 23:28:37 PM
It used to cost upward of $4000 to convert a car with an internal combustion engine into an EV. Even an "off the shelf" electric motor will cost more than $800. With a Do It Yourself (DIY) conversion project at home, the whole process is substantially cheaper.
If your car is well used, the interior is likely to start to look tired and dated and in need of a little tender loving care. Thankfully, there are many automotive upholstery tools available to help you to tidy up the interior of the car and bring it back to its sparkling best. You can repair small tears and burns on the seats by darning them or applying a repair patch over the affected area. The trim of the car can be brought back to life with a good buffing using a polisher, while using specialist tools it is possible to repair the carpets or even replace them.
All these technical information may not make sense to you if you are not familiar with electrical and mechanical parts of a car. What you can do is to outsource the conversion project with a mechanic. To be cautious, you should at least have some basic knowledge of the science of EV and its component. This is to safeguard you from being charge for unnecessary parts or work done on the conversion. To gather these knowledge, you can buy an electric car modification guide from the web.
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