1992 Saturn SC Conversion, running w/Li pack *Price Reduced*

Up for sale is my 1992 Saturn SC conversion. It is in running condition, but would need some things to make it truly roadworthy. According to the records I have the car was originally sold in Las Vegas and moved to Phoenix a few years after. There is no rust on this car.

The good:

9.1" Advanced DC motor

Zilla 1k 300V speed controller with hall effect pedal

- Presently limited to 170kw of power

80x GBS-LFMP100Ah battery cells, 256V nominal

PFC30 Charger

PPG base coat clear coat paint job in Fine Sublime Green, this was very expensive paint

Light weight Kosei wheels

Link 10 Meter

Kenwood MP3 CD player and Infinity speakers

Iota 55A power supply for DC/DC converter

The less than great:

Tires have lots of tread but will need replaced due to age.

I could never quite get the motor mounts right on this car, the drive train tends to jerk around, especially over bumps.

The battery pack has a 2010 manufacture date. There is no functioning BMS, just individual cell top balancers. The car would need a BMS installed in order to really use this properly. I know four of the cells in the pack are weak, but I am including four matched date cells with the pack. I would guess the state of health is around 50% on the pack so I would not plan on using these cells over the long term, but it would allow you to get up and running most definitely.

The interior is original and shows its age and would need re-done if you intended to drive the car long term.

No heat, AC, power steering or power brakes.

The charger died on me and I talked to Rich Rudman and he had an inkling that a small power supply inside would need replaced, but would need to see it to be certain.

Overall I believe this car would be an excellent set of components for someone to use in another project. I would part the car out myself, but I have had this car since High School and just don't have the heart to take it apart myself.

Condition: Fair
Odometer Miles: 9999.0
Listing created Apr 23, 2018

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