Montag, 21. November 2011

Batterie Box Testing

I want to use 70 Calb SE180AHA batteries. It would be to easy to put 20 in the back and 50 in front.
I want to have 35 in front and the other 35 in the back, without changing the look and the normal off road use. So the car would be better balanced as original.

Samstag, 5. November 2011


The ancient story of cars and car parts in dark deserted barns. I have been there but was not able to turn the engine by hand because it is "locked". So I was not able to disassemble the cluch. Now I have to buy the whole engine and so I can do some measurements for the motor mount adapter.

Freitag, 30. September 2011

I am still waiting for a clutch housing

Tuesday I will know more.....
But which tuesday ? I do not believe that it will take sooooooooo long..?!?
Perhaps tomorrow...!!

Mittwoch, 21. September 2011

First quick check for 160 AHA batteries. 40 in the front will fit easy... :/

I took some Battery data from the net.

Weight: 5,6kg Size: 275x182x71mm = 3.553.550mm3 / 180AHA = 19,7cm3 /1AHA

Winston LYP160AHA
Weight: 5,6kg Size: 276x209x65mm = 3.749.460mm3 / 160AHA = 23,4cm3 /1AHA

Sinopoly SP-LFP180
Weight: 5,6kg Size: 279,5x182x71mm = 3.611.699mm3 / 180AHA = 20cm3 /1AHA

Sinopoly SP-LFP200
Weight: 5,6kg Size: 279,5x182x71mm = 3.611.699mm3 / 200AHA = 18cm3 /1AHA

First quick check for 160 AHA batteries. 12 in the Back...

I have a singel Toyota J4 frame. That makes things a little easier to see.

I have a FJ40 flywheel and cluch disc. So I am looking for a cluchhausing, pressure plate, thrust bearing....

I am looking hard....but no response....?!

Gearbox disassembly to find the center for the Netgain motor adapter.

Toyota Landcruiser FJ40 from 1978