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10-21-2013 11:47 AM
Re: islander 36 electric propulsion

man have I been trying to get an ALL electric cart...they all seem to be hybrid or gas with a very small aircooled plant...

Ill keep trying!

10-20-2013 09:26 PM
Re: islander 36 electric propulsion

Copy a golf cart. Its local. Use two of their motors to get over 7 kilowatts of power.
10-18-2013 04:23 PM
islander 36 electric propulsion

Is the member who used a forklift motor and controller with an Islander 36 still here and active?

I am trying to convert my islander to electric propulsion with as much diy parts as possible...

shipping to el salvador is really expensive for heavy stuff so any info for the oddbal conversion or out of state(country) advise is much welcomed

thanks so much

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