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  1. #21
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    Oh mama! I'm a fan of burning oil, but I'd daily the **** out of an electric fastback!

    Gas at the track and batteries for work. I can live in that world...
    '95 F-150 track ready street beast
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  2. #22
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    I can't tell you how bad I want to build an all wheel drive electric autocross car. If I had to do it over again and more funds the '55 Bel Air would be all electric. I love burning gas but I'm also a fan of huge torque.
    Larry Callahan
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  3. #23
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    I've always said that anything electric that was once a gas burner I probably wouldn't be interested in. I have several RC boats, some run off of nitromethane and some run off of a gas/oil mixture. The nitro boats are a pain to keep running correctly the gas ones are pretty neat. I saw my first really quick electric boat about a year ago..... I was impressed! These boats have water cooled electric motors in them, and run like a bat outta' .

    Carl Wilson
    1968 Camaro - T-56 6 speed - 383 Stroker, 2014 Mustang GT seats

  4. #24
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    Quote Originally Posted by minendrews68 View Post
    I've always said that anything electric that was once a gas burner I probably wouldn't be interested in. I have several RC boats, some run off of nitromethane and some run off of a gas/oil mixture. The nitro boats are a pain to keep running correctly the gas ones are pretty neat. I saw my first really quick electric boat about a year ago..... I was impressed! These boats have water cooled electric motors in them, and run like a bat outta' .
    the mini electric cars with lipo and brushless motors will do standing back flips from a dead stop. The larger scale cars beat the nitro cars on the track.. the club where I used to live no one ran nitro, didnt even have a class for them anymore. If it werent so expensive to convert a classic I would seriously think about it next time I need an engine.
    Kacy
    79 Corvette, 406 SBC, Holley EFI, 700R4

  5. #25
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    Quote Originally Posted by slimjim View Post


    This is all I've got..
    Here's some more EV conversions:



    https://dgit.com/10-awesome-ev-class...versions-8592/

    Rodney
    Rodney Meyers
    72 Olds 442 Rest-mod clone


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