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  • Originally posted by Electric SuperCar View Post
    Disclaimer, I don't know what I am doing, and if you copy me it might be a bad idea.
    Don't follow me, I'm lost too )))

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    • LOL don't worry, I won't sue you if I can't open my doors. We are all learning as we go here.
      www.silverbulletrx7.com

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      • Installing the inverter board

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        • Got things to a point where I could drive again.

          Still figuring out pack 2

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          • Congrats on the back to the road!

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            • Originally posted by Vivo View Post
              Congrats on the back to the road!
              Thanks Vivo!

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              • Did a full systems check including 0-60

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                • Finished up a lot of the electrical




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                  • Still having controller issues, but switching gears to some body work.

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                    • On to installing the lambo doors. I had quite a few fit problems, but I managed through most of them.



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                      • Yeah, welcome to the adventure of door alingment ))

                        You need to keep in mind closed geometry (nice and smooth with even gaps, good hood attachment), opened geometry (enough room to get in and out), geometry in between (door travel, a wobbly one, especially when latching). When you sort this out, you put the force to it, to equalize the weight and boom, you're off to new coordinates. When you get a new balanced setup, you add speakers weight, paint thickness and you're off to new fine tuning. Good luck, and tons of positive thoughts that once it would end.

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                        • Originally posted by Vivo View Post
                          Yeah, welcome to the adventure of door alingment ))

                          You need to keep in mind closed geometry (nice and smooth with even gaps, good hood attachment), opened geometry (enough room to get in and out), geometry in between (door travel, a wobbly one, especially when latching). When you sort this out, you put the force to it, to equalize the weight and boom, you're off to new coordinates. When you get a new balanced setup, you add speakers weight, paint thickness and you're off to new fine tuning. Good luck, and tons of positive thoughts that once it would end.
                          Thanks Vivo!

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