please help me out...................

hope u r f9.
we are planning to build a 4 wheeler battery car.
but we need a help for making the chasis.
and wch motor vl b helpfull for us, if it work for 10 min also dn it is also more dn enough for us so kindly help us out of dis.
we r vry new fr al ds.
v r gtng ac motor bt battery is dc wch is used in trucks.
v dnt want 2 use invertor in dt so kindly can u suggest any dc motor n can u help us fr gear system please............... v vl b vry thankfull 2 u if u vl help us out of dat plsssss v r hoping alot frm u sir.

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rickharris6 years ago
I will have a swat at what I think the question is.

Electric vehicles have a power to weight issue:  Batteries weigh heavy, so to equalise things out the chassis and body should be light. Aluminium tubing - square section is easy to obtain (at a cost), you can join with pop rivets and some sheet aluminium corner fillets.  1.5 to 2mm thickness should be OK.

A chassis can be either a ladder or a space frame. In our racing car we built a space frame  https://www.instructables.com/id/Building-an-electric-racing-car/

The body started out as plastic sheeting similar to that used for signs and then progressed to 1mm thick aluminium sheet.

For a motor Ebay will provide a number of 250 watt or larger 24 volt DC motors at a reasonable cost. With suitable gearing you should be able to get 50 miles at around 30 MPH out of a couple of car batteries. there are lots of other issues. you may find the information here  useful as well.
Do you think you could write that in English, not SMS ? I can't understand the question./
ARJOON Kiteman6 years ago
+3 and if he's new how can he control ac motors with so little experience
blkhawk ARJOON6 years ago
I thought that I was the only one that could not understand the question.
kelseymh6 years ago
You're going to need more vowels in order to do engineering.

You don't think you've been trolled then?

Not necessarily. Oblivious ignorance isn't the same as malice :-)