Electric Truck Conversion Video – 1987 Chevy S10

Most Comprehensive Electric Truck Conversion

I found the video above on electric truck conversion on Youtube. Based on the View Counter, not a lot of people have seen it. It is a video walk through of a 1987 Chevy S10 pickup truck converted into a Pure Electric Vehicle.

To generate torque, the electric truck was fitted with a Warp 9 electric motor. It uses 29 unit of 6V deep cycle battery (7 in the front and 22 in the back of the truck). It has a top speed is 70+ mph and has an around town range of about 50 miles at 35 mph.

This is one of the most comprehensively built electric truck that I have seen so far. It has everything! From liquid cooling system for the electric controller to a power regenerative system.

From the video, you know the electric truck owner has put a lot of love and passion into his vehicle. The video above shows if you have the time and dedication, you can convert a conventional pickup truck using an internal combustion engine (ICE) into a pure electric vehicle.

DIY Electric Truck Conversion Guide

Do you want to know how to convert a truck into an electric vehicle? If you do, check out Gavin Shoebridge’s Electric Conversion Made Easy guide.

Gavin is from New Zealand and is known as the EV Guy. He has personally converted his Mitsubishi Treadia into an electric car in his home garage.

For tips and tricks on how to save money in your EV conversion project, check out Gavin’s web site.

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3 thoughts on “Electric Truck Conversion Video – 1987 Chevy S10

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  3. Rick Pitts

    This is exacttly what I have been looking for…thanks very much. I am in Victoria BC Canada and am nuts over E vehicles. I am a retired plumber and have an 89 S10. Just in the planning stage at this point but really don’t have clue….but will find out thanks to your video. Anything else you can help with would be appreciated.
    Thanks Rick

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