Mar 12th 2015
Know How... 134
Hybrid Supercars, FPV250 Mods, and a Arduino Clock
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The Koenigsegg Regera, FPV250 Mods, Arduino Clock, viewer feedback, and more! The Koenigsegg Regera Koenigsegg is Swedish Automaker that is known for making some absolutely RIDICULOUS supercards. - It was founded in 1994 - Delivered it's first street-legal production car in 2002 - In 2006 it created the CCX which VAULTED Koenigsegg into stardom ** 795hp - custom engine ** Carbon Fiber reinforced with Kevlar and aluminum ** Carbon Fiber Wheels In 2011 they created the Agera * Bumped up the power to a Twin-Turbocharged, in-house, 940hp engine * RIDICUOUSLY light (Just over 3,000 lbs) * 0-100 in 2.8 * 0-200 in 8.9 * 0-300 in 14.53 Last week, they rolled out the Regera * It's a 1,500 hp supercar that also happens to be a hybrid! * Only 3,589 lbs * a 5-liter V8 - Custom in-house, twin-turbocharged engine makes 1,100 HP and 944 foot-pounds of torque * They added three electric motors (one on each rear wheel, and one on the drive shaft) -- Those electric motors add 400 hp and heap on a LOAD of torgue at 0 RPM ** The wheel motors have 192 ft-lbs of torque ** The Shaft motor has 221 lb-ft of torque -- They also included a 9kwH LiIon Battery -- It can drive for 22 miles under pure electric power. * In other words... this car STARTS with 605 foor-pounds of torque at ZERO RPM --- then it ramps up to just over 944-ft-lbs of torque as the engine gets closer to its power band. ** Also, the motors in the wheels can be used for torque vectoring. Like steering a ROCKET! ** They're only going to build 80 of them... so they're going to be EXPENSIVE! FPV250 Mods! -- Landing Struts and Power Harness Upgrades Mod - Struts You Need: 1. 18lb Nylon Zip Ties Procedure: 1. "Daisy Chain" two 18lb nylon zip ties together 2. Run the zip tie through the cutout, across the underside of the motor mount, and up through the other cutout. 3. Run the zip tie down across the strut support and llock them together with pliers. Mod - Power Harness Upgrade You Need: 1. 6" of Black 18 AWG Silicone wire 2. 6" of Red 18 AWG Silicone wire 3. 4 x 2mm Female Bullet Connectors 4. 4 x 2mm Male Bullet Connectors 5. 1/8" Red Shrink Tubing 6. 1/8" Black Shrink Tubing 7. 3/8" Red Shrink Tubing 8. 3/8" Black Shtrink Tubing 9. Wire Cutter 10. Insulation Stripper 11. Soldering Iron 12. Solder 13. Helping Hands Procedure: 1. Cut 2 x 2-3/4" lengths of black wire 2. Cut 2 x 2-3/4" lengths of red wire 3. Strip 4mm of insulation from the ends of all 4 wires 4. Tin the ends 5. Solder one male and one female connector to each wire. 6. Insulate the female connectors with 1/8" heat shrink tubing 7. Use the 2mm extensions to extend the power leads of the front ESCs 8. Slide 2 lengths of 3/8" heat-shrink tubing over the power blocks 9. Connect all 8 ESC power leads to one side of the power blocks 10. Insulate the power blocks with the 3/8" tubing