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Rory166
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smart electric battery

Postby Rory166 » Wed Jun 04, 2014 1:59 pm

Anyone know the voltage and amp-hours of the smart electric battery? I am off to buy a set of running gear to convert a fossil smart to electric spec but the battery is rented and retained by the manufacturer. I have read that it has 17.6 KWh and 300v so just short of 60Ah. Any other info much appreciated.

Rory
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Re: smart electric battery

Postby skooler » Thu Jun 05, 2014 7:16 am

Hi Rory,

I have had the pleasure of working on a factory electric smart before. My advice would be to stay away from the 'OEM' parts and just use typical conversion parts. I found the OEM stuff to be very restrictive and overcomplicated.

Tad off topic but I have a complete conversion kit available if you're interested? HPEVS AC35, Curtis 1238, fuses, cables, heater, pedals etc. Probably a perfect match for your smart.

I can also sort a set of Sinopoly LiFePO4 to match if interested.

Cheers,

Mike
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Re: smart electric battery

Postby Rory166 » Thu Jun 05, 2014 5:36 pm

Mike

Sent you a pm about your sale.

I chose the Smart running gear because no adaption required and aircon and regen braking available.

I believe there are three versions of Smart electric, which did you work on?

Rory
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