A lot of fabrication went into creating an EVSR. Entropy Racing has found a lot of ways to speed up the process. Here is a quick and dirty method of making a half shaft. While we initially considered this a temporary, developmental solution, it turns out these shafts have been reliable and running true for 5 years.
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Final assembly of Chassis #001:
2-months of blood, sweat, and tears to design and build our first EVSR; showing our 12-hour final assembly, distilled into 3-minutes of video. Enjoy!
We mounted a camera underneath the body work to catch the driveline action up close.
Chassis #001 (aka Sparky) makes his parking lot debut, piloted by Head Engineer & Project Manager, Charlie Greenhaus.
EVSR is always being refined and developed to keep us at the cutting edge of technology. The buss bar upgrade is a simple but effective one. The new buss bars have better conductivity which creates both lower operating temperatures and a more efficient system.
More fun with Chassis #001 (aka Sparky) during his parking lot debut, piloted by Head Engineer & Project Manager, Charlie Greenhaus.