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    Electric Cobra

    This was posted over on the other site. This is the rear drive motor and he said there was one in front that makes it effectively a four wheel drive. Not what I would want but it seems to work.



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    What's the compression ratio?

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    Good video Gian. Did that one have electric motors in both the front and back? It looked to me as if it had just the one in back.

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    Ron, I believe its the same car which is shown on your first post.
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    Gian, I thought it might be the same car from the color but I wasn't sure.

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    Why not just wire up the seat to some 440V and get it over with?

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    Sorry, but a Cobra has to sound good too. I'll stick to the good ol V-8
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    I agree Greg. Besides who wants to start out on a trip with a car that has limited range and then spend 8/10 hours charging it if you can find a place to do so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GregAgrest View Post
    Sorry, but a Cobra has to sound good too. I'll stick to the good ol V-8
    Hell, I would take a 4 or 6 cylinder before an electric Cobra.

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