[DML] Re: Electric DeLorean Conversion
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[DML] Re: Electric DeLorean Conversion


I have cut my floor out to do a rhd conversion, and it doesn't 
appear to cause any structural problems. I didn't cut further than 
the edges, so the pontoon bits were left intact. There is a lot of 
extra room under there, so I think it will be worth the trouble.

Good luck with the project, I like the sound of it.

Garry Hewitt

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, doctorDHD@... wrote:
> Well Tom Neiland and I removed the cooling system and gas tank 
yesterday in  
> further preparation for the conversion to electric power.  Now a 
big  question.
> I am thinking of removing the "floor" of the front bonnet 
> including the recess for the spare tire, to allow more room for 
batteries.   Anyone 
> have an opinion as to whether this will have any structural 
impact?   I plan 
> to leave about a 2 -3 inch border of fiberglass around the  
> BTW the engine and tranny are already out and the new electric 
motor has  
> arrived....
> Thank  you,
> Dave Delman
> 1981 Electric DeLorean  Project
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