A guy in the UK sent me some photos (which I lost,,,) And then sent me some more
different ones of it in bits.
It uses 4x Optima batteries (Yellow
Top Deep Cycle) and a Penny and Giles control system. And relatively stock
powerchair motors. It has a 120 amp R-Net controller and looks a real off road
monster. This photo is old pre production model. The following ones are of one
Soden dropped off at a customer in the UK personally.
The problem is I lost the emails due to a computer drive
failing. So I only have the photos and no names. Please get back in touch
whoever you were!
Production unit. Delivered by hand to a customer in the UK. Front - seat
Side view of tracks. Much changed since the prototype at the top.
Front with seat. Cover removed.
Handle to "hold on" on steep downhill and rough ground. Or while driving over
cars and through houses.
Another front view.
Controller module is just 120 amps. I would have wanted at least double that!
Cant see how that can be enough.
And the other way around... It uses 4 large Optima D34 Deep Cycle 55Ah batteries (and it
Tank chair front with seat removed again.
Motor and gearbox. Looks pretty standard like my wheelchair motors.
Again. Note brake removed. This was done for some overheating reason
(incorrectly I suspect?) by the new owner. But I lost his email so cant post the
other photos or the movie he sent me. Pleas get back in touch! I don't even have
your name now
So this isn't for everyone then! What it really needs is a 125cc petrol
engine and a hydraulic drive system. Would be lighter and more powerful and
faster. And about the same price. Don't see the point of battery power outdoors
and this thing isn't going indoors anytime soon!
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