I don’t know what the Think battery compartment looks like.
On the Ford Think all six batteries are under the front seats in a rectangular formation.
Just curious, are you running 96v with the Rev2 controller? Are you using a voltage spoof?
Sold, but I have a 24s Tesla 40" long.
Ready to go West tonight.
Yes 96 volts with a rev2 controller and a 15 volt spoof.
No there isn’t 12 inches of height. The seat frame sits just above the batteries limiting the height.
A sawzall, a couple angle brackets and a tub of bondo?
Dang, I got nothing that fits then. Can the tray be lowered easily?
The two outside batteries sit on top of the frame rails and the four center ones sit lower in-between the frame rails with narrow aluminum cross braces welded in supporting them.
Should fit between the cross braces maybe?
The center section (between the frame rails) where 4 of the 6 AGM eateries sit appears to be ~ 14" X 26.5" x 11.5" (depth or bottom of battery to top). If I use the entire width (between the frame rails and under the seats), the measurement is ~40.5" X 14" X 8.5" (deep / tall - lack of room under the bottom of the seat).
From the cross braces up to the seat frame is about 10" From the frame to the seat frame is about 7 3/4"
@David_Illingworth can you post pictures of your setup along with the battery specifications? Thanks
New idea. Wait for it to be edited.
I have two more modules and can make two 4p12 sets.
All my work on this one gone, but water over the dam. I need to make a useable battery out of what I have.
120ah total 88v nominal.
Two of these:
12.5 x 15 x 8
End to end 30 x 12.5 x 8 total.
I used three 16s Chevy spark batteries that I converted to 8s and then hooked them up in series to create a 24s pack. I had to remove the center seat support bracket to make them fit. In my eyes the bracket isn’t needed anyways. The seat frame is quite stout.
David, do you have a picture of your battery setup and fitment in your Think?