The video and specs below:
The specs of the original and Jonny’s version:
ORIGINAL ENFIELD 8000 TECH SPEC
BODYSHELL: Handbuilt aluminium two-seater
CHASSIS: Square-section tubular steel space frame
SUSPENSION: Coil-over McPherson strut front, four-link rear axle
MOTOR: 8hp / 6kw / 150amps
WHEELS: 10-inch Mini wheels
BRAKES: Non servo Hillman Imp drums
BATTERIES: 8 x 12v 55-amp hour lead acid batteries
TOP SPEED: 40mph
PERFORMANCE: Erm. Well, 0-30mph in 12.5 seconds
RANGE: 35-55 miles, depending on climate and quantity of hills
WEIGHT: 975kg (a lot for such a midget – over 300kg is batteries)
LENGTH: A mere 2.84m / 112″ (a Mini was 3.05m / 120″)
WHEELBASE: Just 1.725m / 68″ (a Mini was 2.04m / 80.3″)
FUEL: 240v mains Economy Seven
FLUX CAPACITOR ENFIELD 8000 TECH SPEC
BODYSHELL: Restored with new (aluminium) sills and bare metal painted in Lambretta GP ‘Yellow Ochre’ colour, Plastics4Performance Lexan windows, glassfibre moulded bumpers
CHASSIS: Custom Webster Race Engineering roll cage welded to original chassis.
SUSPENSION: AVO adjustable shocks, custom rose-jointed four-link rear suspension with narrowed Ford 9-inch LSD back axle with 6-inch long (!) prop shaft, bolt-on rear wheelie bars, urethane bushes on front A-arms
MOTORS: Twin series-mounted 9-inch DC Current Racing motors with Helwig carbon split brushes, silicone insulation rated for 2000 amps at 170v with a max rpm of 5500rpm. No gearbox. Direct drive.
WHEELS/TYRES: British made Wolfrace slot mag 12×5 fronts with 165/55/12 Yokohamas and 14×7 rear Nitto Extreme NT555R 205/55/14 drag radials
BRAKES: Bespoke front disc conversion with AP Racing Caterham caliper and CNC machined hub carrier by BG Developments, Ferodo pads, American spec Ford drum brake rear.
BATTERIES: ithium-ion Kokam military grade cells originally used as starter and mini-gun batteries for the Bell SuperCobra helicopter, discharge 378v/1600amps in a 10 second pulse. Hyperdrive Innovations BMS (Battery Management System)
TOP SPEED: 120mph (est)
PERFORMANCE: 1000lb ft. 500+hp. 0-60 in sub 4 seconds. Quarter-mile in 12 seconds…or less
RANGE: up to 30 miles (est)
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