RE: [DMCForum] Electric DeLorean Conversion
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RE: [DMCForum] Electric DeLorean Conversion

You mean the piece held in place by pop-rivets?  It's not structural.  In
fact, anything you build in there to hold batteries will probably add to the
rigidity.  Do you have any pictures of your progress?






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Subject: [DMCForum] Electric DeLorean Conversion


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

I am thinking of removing the "floor" of the front bonnet compartment, 
including the recess for the spare tire, to allow more room for batteries.
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 perimeter.

BTW the engine and tranny are already out and the new electric motor has 

Thank you,

Dave Delman
1981 Electric DeLorean Project

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