Now I did mention last blog I would have the wheels turning however I had anticipated my new drive shaft and CV joints to arrive, well they didn't but now I have little excuse. I managed to grab one day this Easter long weekend so here’s the update.
Here it is!
Next get the battery back in place, this will run all of the ancillary things like lights horn and so forth I had hoped to use a flexible solar panel on the roof of the car to keep it charged however a DC to DC charger is about half the cost
Just a little look at how I crimp the 50 mm square cable to the lugs, a few tons of hydraulic pressure
In, squeeze and presto
Now all of the HT cables are connected to the controller and motor, just those pesky little important wires that do everything else to work out
The electric vacuum pump for the brakes this will also need a vacuum tank to store enough vacuum for continual braking (on-off)
Are yes the hot water device, thanks for plumbing supplies for all those brackets and fittings in such handy sizes.
there we are now supported
Gives you a good look at the support bracket, Denis that's the bracket off the battery tray support
More plumbing supplies this time 75 mm down pipe and end caps with a couple of air pressure fittings
Mounted next to one and other there is a one way valve in the centre of the connecting pipe
Just a look from the side
Required a cross brace for the heater for extra stability
And my VW electric water pump for the heater mounted on the fire wall next to the heat exchange inlets
almost done with the control wiring