EV West has unveiled its new Tesla crate motor mount package to drop into V8 muscle vehicles in electrical conversion initiatives.

Tesla electrical motors have change into a staple of electrical car conversions.

Their energy have made them standard with folks making drag strip electrical monsters and even simply eager to have some torque beneath them in cool traditional automotive conversions.

We’ve seen many crazy electric car conversion projects utilizing Tesla’s highly effective electrical motors and quite a lot of totally different battery packs.

Some corporations have been making an attempt to make it simpler to improve a car with salvaged Tesla motors by packaging them to slot in vehicles and creating controllers for them.

Now EV West, a well-liked EV elements and conversion store in California, have unveiled their very own Tesla crate motor for muscle EV conversions:

As you may see, its a whole Tesla drive unit with energy inverter and with the brackets to be mounted like a block motor.

EV West wrote within the product announcement:

“Prepared for a Tesla drive in your V8 muscle automotive? We’ve you coated. Our new Revolt Tesla crate motor mounts to your small block motor mounts and attaches on to your driveshaft permitting you to make use of your present rear axle. An enormous money and time saver, and will let you change gear ratios in your third member.”

As they level out, it ought to save time in an EV conversion by significantly simplifying the motor mounting, which might additionally get monetary savings.

Nonetheless, they haven’t launched the worth but and whereas they are saying it should get monetary savings, don’t count on the package to be low-cost. EV conversions might be costly and sometimes runs into the tens of 1000’s of {dollars}.

After you will have your electrical motors, you additionally want battery modules to feed it and a solution to mount these within the car.

Test our of EV conversion section for a few of the coolest initiatives we have now coated over time.

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