MachE parts already on the market!

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MachE parts already on the market!

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For those interested in MachE stuff, Sandy thinks it is pretty good, some of the parts are already showing up on "Car-Part". :D
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Ford is also releasing an E-Crate motor separately.

https://twitter.com/FordPerformance/sta ... 7856019456
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Supply your own inverter, too. Need to figure out how to power one of these units with a Camry inverter...

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Very interesting that OEMs are seeing what people are doing and catering to the demand of retrofits!

I had a conversation with VW a while ago, who are allegedly letting you tap into their supply chain, so you can buy new batteries and devices from them directly.
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janosch wrote: Thu Nov 18, 2021 11:47 am Very interesting that OEMs are seeing what people are doing and catering to the demand of retrofits!

I had a conversation with VW a while ago, who are allegedly letting you tap into their supply chain, so you can buy new batteries and devices from them directly.
That's just what the 'classic' auto manufactures do - you could go to a Ford, Porsche, Audi etc... parts centre and order a new engine if you wanted/needed, or whatever car part. Seems only Tesla who are restricting what you can buy, like restricting sale of the £20 - £30 pyro fuse so second hand prices are crazy.
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